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- Print Length: 310 pages
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- Publisher: Seaside Publications (October 31, 2016)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MDK8VII
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Resurrection Morning by Caleb Pirtle III: This short story is part of an on going series about Ambrose Lincoln who is an American spy who allows his memories to be erased before every mission. He feels this makes him a better spy as it allows him to not go into mission with any preconceived fear. Lots of twist and turns in a story set during Hitlers reign.
Black Out by Sue Coletta: A killer plays eenie meenie miney mo in picking out victims on Bear Cat Mountain. When a storm takes out power to 4 houses little do the neighbors know one of them has evil on the mind and one by one takes them out. Author throws a surprise ending in this one..
Sweeton’s Shangri-La y Rachel Aukes: When myth is really reality. A student in archaeology “borrows” a map that leads to a place called Shangri-La. He convinces his girlfriend to trek through the forest to find it while telling her the haunting myth behind it – not knowing that the myth was based on truth.
The Sideshow by Kimberly McGath: Very strange story with the stage being a creepy walk through the circus seeing multiple deaths that leads to a surprising (and confusing) ending.
Three Days by Jennifer Chase: One of the down falls about boxsets is sometimes the short length of the story makes it hard to get what the author is trying to convey. I think the point of this one was a woman who lived her life under such tight control at both work and in her personal life had a supernatural force step and and throw her in the middle of chaos fight for her life so that when she came out of the nightmare she would finally slow down and notice the things she was missing out on in life.
Smile For Me by Kristine Mason: Kristine is one of my favorite authors. She writes a great suspense series with evil serial killers. I was curious on what her mind would come up with for a “horror” short story. So many women are vain and as they age they want to keep the youthful looks they once had and become very judgmental of those around them. Not happy with her husband whose only fault is gaining a few pounds over the years and never updating his wardrobe and envying her own daughters youthful skin she jumps as the chance to go to a bed and breakfast that her friend went to that left leaving looking years younger. What so many people don't understand about looks is – if your ugly on the inside that effects how you look on the outside – and in this twisted tale she finds that out the hard way.
Bleeder by Paul Dale Anderson: When push comes to shove none of us know what we are capable of until that moment. This one was especially evil (in a good way). When an armed injured man forces his way into her house he thinks he has the upper hand with his death threats if she doesn't help him. That wasnt his first mistake in life but it was certainly his last. The “reveal” in this one was oh so good. Loved the twist..
A Love Story by Kathy Love: An urban legend tale coincides with a prank gone wrong by a group of high school students.
The synopsis set the stage for each of these and the authors came though with some interesting tales. There were a couple that really messed with my head and I enjoyed every one of them.
If you like dark, macabre, stories and some surprise endings, you’ll enjoy this collection.
I was gifted a copy of this book.
Recently I’ve fallen in love again with short stories, and have now read a fair amount of collections and anthologies, along with single shorts. This anthology, speaking from some experience now, is awesome! There is something for everyone and each tale has a decided twist.
Good stuff! Well worth grabbing a copy for yourself!