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Terror in the Shadows Vol. 10: Horror Short Stories Collection with Scary Ghosts, Paranormal & Supernatural Monsters Kindle Edition
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- Publication Date : October 19, 2020
- Publisher : Scare Street (October 19, 2020)
- ASIN : B08KRRG3JY
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 158 pages
- File Size : 366 KB
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,551 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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"Cosplay" by David Longhorn: Contemporary "SF" strumming the theme of Thought Creation and boggling the mind!
"Grandfather Clock" by Ron Ripley: Very few authors can terrify like Ron Ripley. Totally glad I read this in daytime and under electric light--but there will still be nightmares.
"Black Sand" by Ron Ripley: Another terrifying Ron Ripley story: this one both SCARED THE DAYLIGHTS OUT OF ME and made me weep.
"Old Habits" by Ron Ripley: Not much is better in this world to me than Folk Horror, and this is a sterling example. Wonderful characterizations here, and subtle, gentle approach to the Horror.
"Dinner at Six" by Ron Ripley: I liked this SF story first of all, because of its historic setting (1954, plus lots of references to the recent terrible Korean War), but also because the revelations blew me away!! Totally unexpected!! Protagonist Philip reminds me a lot of the more contemporary protagonist Shane Ryan.
"In-Laws" by Sara Clancy: Very inventive, I might even say "wildly inventive" and so unexpected! Neatly crafted and polished and definitely thoughtthought-provoking.
"Mining" by Ron Ripley: Greed leads to some Spooky discoveries and fatal mistakes. Never go caving (or exploring in an abandoned mine) all alone.
"The Coin of the Realm" by Ron Ripley: Wow! Unexpected premise, definitely unexpected Denouement. Left me wondering "what could possibly happen next?"
"Knight Errant" by Ron Ripley: Called in by James Moran to locate a haunted object gone missing, ghost hunter extraordinaire Shane Ryan uncovers history and commences drastic response.
"Class Dismissed " by Bronson Carey: implacable Horror on a potentially Cosmic level; I was left thinking, "this could possibly happen!"
"Old Blind Dog" by Ron Ripley: in 2020, year of the seemingly implacable Coronavirus pandemic, the premise here is far too plausible and upfront. The conclusion: terrifying.
"A Life in Darkness " by Ron Ripley: Mr. Ripley has a specially tuned flair for Poetic Justice, demonstrated here and particularly in "Mr. Willow."
"Mr. Willow" by Ron Ripley: I have a passion for stories containing Poetic Justice and recompense for victims. If only there were enough Mr. Willows to cover the globe.... Again, tremendous Folk Horror.
"The Tinkerbell Factor" by David Longhorn: A wealthy infantile Narcissist develops an expensive golf course in Ireland, only to discover that one crosses the Fae at one's own regret. The ending is subtle--so subtle--but so thought-inspiring.