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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1946777439
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- Publisher: Holt Smith Limited (September 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: September 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B076339QFL
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Christopher J. Valin’s “Carving in the Pumpkin Patch” – Lee is sitting in the pumpkin patch on Halloween, waiting for his friends to join him, even though they fear the murder spree going on in their town. As meet all of them, the night gets stranger. What is going on here?! This is a darker, more grown-up and satirical take-off of “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” featuring the Peanuts characters as teens in a horror movie, complete with beer, weed, chaos, murder and an unknown killer. The humor comes from taking these characters and putting new spins on them. But it’s also a scary tale that builds suspense until it reaches its deadly climax.
Kevin Lauderdale’s “James and the Great Pumpkin (Carving Contest)” – Reggie and his faithful servant James are visiting his friend Woody, who is opening a big play but he needs more investment money or the play won’t go on! Reggie doesn’t have the money but has an idea on how to get it. A madcap adventure ensues, filled with fantastical events, flying pumpkins, and magic. This one was innovative in its ideas and uproarious in its execution as one unlikely thing led to another and I was swept along for the entire journey.
Lara Frater’s “The Real Estate Market” – The Tanner family has outgrown their small overcrowded home filled with two children and a third on the way. Finding their dream home in a great neighborhood for a reasonable price was unrealistic until today. So, what happens when they look at the house? A humorous and horrifying tale of letting the buyer beware and an unusual, strange feature of this home that must be read to be believed.
Peter Cawdron’s “Mirror, Mirror” – Jenny, Lisa, and Deon are kids living underground, trying to survive a world changed after an alien invasion. As we learn the story of the aliens and this conflict, the kids venture out in the world unattended in search of candy. What will they find? This terrific tale is filled with plenty of surprising twists and turns, one giant revelation and a jaw-dropping solution to what looked like an unsolvable problem.
Daniel Arthur Smith’s “The Lost Tapes – The Madness of King Street” – Sean is an actor being interviewed about what he witnessed at the King Street Station. As we listen to his tale, what frightening events did he witness and who slaughtered all those people? The disturbing events here slowly mount as the tension rises and culminates into many grisly deaths and a deliciously shocking ending. A hair-raising tale of fright!
While this collection is perfect for the Halloween season, it’s also perfect for anyone looking for some delightful storytelling, ingenious twists and some tales of horror that you will enjoy! Darkness has never seemed so sinister and so funny, as this collection perfectly illustrates.