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Cradle Paperback – September 21, 2015
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About the Author
Award winning, bestselling author Joshua Skye was born in Jamestown, New York. Growing up, he split his time between Pennsylvania and Texas. Ultimately he settled in the DFW area with his partner, Ray - of nearly two decades, and their son Syrian. They share their lives with two dogs, Gizmo and Gypsy, and a chinchilla named Bella. Skye’s short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies including Childhood Nightmares: Under the Bed, and periodicals such as The Sirens Call. He is the author of over ten critically acclaimed novels, among them The Angels of Autumn that takes place in the same nightmarish universe as Cradle.
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Cradle is a quick read that taps into the kind of eerie, supernatural suspense of Stephen King, complete with a small town, a disturbing legend of a specter in the woods, and a little boy whose curiosity gets the best of him. Balancing the innocence of the child character is the big city gay man who thinks getting away from it all is a good thing…despite the warning of his friend about small town life for a gay man. There’s a nasty little twist at the end of this one. The town and history of the house makes for perfect horror, so I hope the author revisits both.