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Gruesome Faces, Ghastly Places: A collection of horror stories by South Dakota authors Paperback – October 10, 2014
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About the Author
ADRIAN LUDENS is a short story author and radio station program director & announcer. His collection, Bedtime Stories for Carrion Beetles, is available in multiple formats from Amazon and Smashwords. A lifelong South Dakotan, he lives in Rapid City with his family. He enjoys horror, hockey, and heavy metal. Visit him at: adrianludens.com A native of Rapid City, C.W. LASART now resides in Watertown, SD with her family and a menagerie of rescue pets. A lifelong fan of all things horror, her stories have been published by Cemetery Dance Publications, Dark Moon Digest, Eirelander Press and many others. She is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association and. For more information visit CWLasart.com or drop her a line at C.W.LaSart@hotmail.com DOUG MURANO, who was born and raised in South Dakota, makes his home in Rapid City. Most recently, he co-edited an anthology of small-town Lovecraftian terror called Shadows Over Main Street, featuring multiple Bram Stoker Award®-winning authors, along with a number of new voices in horror. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association, is the organization's promotions and social media coordinator. Follow him on Twitter @muranofiction.
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I am from the black hills area, and I look at the people around me in a new light thanks to these excellent writers.
I have to make special note of Doug Murano's "Savior, teach us so to rise," because I think this story really stands out in this collection. I enjoy everything Murano writes. There is never really one big scary moment, it's more like a long, slow psychological dismantling of the reader that takes over a week to recover from. I am still trying to get past this one, and I read this over a month ago. Bravo, Mr. Murano. Walking in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, by the river will never be quite the same again.