Night Terrors Vol. 22: Short Horror Stories Anthology Paperback – October 17, 2022
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Terror lurks just out of sight. But it won’t stay hidden for long…
A terrifying science experiment unleashes a phantasmal killer from beyond the grave. An ancient tome devours the minds of all who dare read its endless pages. And a donut shop waitress discovers a sinister secret ingredient, that keeps customers coming back for more…
Scare Street is proud to present a breathtaking new collection of diabolical tales. Every page unleashes a new terror, torn straight from the darkest shadows of the night.
You’ve seen them before, just out of the corner of your eye. Dark, slimy things, slithering through the shadows when you turn off the light.
And now you hear them, scraping on the door of your bedroom, as you pull the covers over your head.
And as their footsteps creak across the floor, you wonder…
Will this be the last sound you ever hear?
This volume features the following stories:
1. Soul Bottle by Jack Neel Waddell
2. Good Help is Hard to Find by Nina Wachsman
3. Snowblind by Clarence Carter
4. Jaws of Glass by Matthew R. Davis and Roger Davis
5. Aiyana’s Hearth by Craig Crawford
6. The Dashwood Donut Emporium is Now Hiring by Kat Sokol
7. Black Wolf's Sedan by P. D. Williams
8. Something in the Water by Margaret Eve
9. At the Cemetery Gates by D. C. Marcus
10. The Nobody Book by Adam Vine
11. Good Company by Madeline Jacobson
12. Haunting Memories by Justin Boote
13. Darling Daughter by Justin Moritz
14. The Doll by Ron Ripley and Kevin Saito
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- ASIN : B0BJ4YVGB7
- Publisher : Independently published (October 17, 2022)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 197 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8358675742
- Item Weight : 9.6 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.45 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,798,599 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Sometimes you don't know what the evil is until it reveals itself, often in a gruesome manner, at the end of the story. I did feel that some of the stories ended a bit abruptly-that there was more to tell. This might have been merely a product of my overly active imagination. This can be a deficit when reading horror, but there it is. Nevertheless, good stuff here.