This collection, from an acclaimed master of dark fiction, consists of 21 tales. Some are straight genre entries, others are stories of psychological terror, and a few are shorts that include science-fiction elements. The first 18 are short stories written solely by Rick Hautala; the final three are collaborations with Jesse and Matti Hautala, Matthew J. Costello, and Jim Connolly.
The stories include:
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"Rick Hautala’s writing shines with dedication, hard-earned craft, and devotion." (Peter Straub)
"He brings his own brand of ice and fire and blood to his work and he never forgets to entertain the reader." (Joe R. Lansdale)
From the vaults of the prolific speculative fiction and horror writer Rick Hautala, comes this compilation of short stories showcasing his diverse talents. All 29 tales are entertaining and sort of make you wonder what it is about horror fiction writers from Maine. Great read for the subway/train/ waiting rooms.
Narrator Jack really adds to the experience with a surprising array of audio interpretations with so many characters to portray!
This book was a gift.
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