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Shane Ryan is returning to his hometown of Nashua and the childhood memories that have haunted him throughout his adult life. The sinister demon lurking behind his family home threatens to spill over and destroy all he holds near and dear...spurring Shane on a journey that will challenge everything he knows about himself and the world.  

This audiobook set contains all nine of the thrilling supernatural novels in this best-selling series:  

Berkley Street: Twenty years ago, Shane Ryan’s parents disappeared within the halls of their family home. Now, more relatives have vanished. But a childhood memory is stirring in his mind - of a long-forgotten encounter with the sinister monster that has always lurked just beyond the house.  

The Lighthouse: The beautiful lighthouse watching over Squirrel Island has given Shane a false sense of escape as he encounters the terrifying forces within.  

The Town of Griswold: Taking a small break, Shane spends a day exploring. His plans change when he comes across the deadly ghost of Abel.  

Sanford Hospital: Shane Ryan is in the hospital for burn treatments, but his recovery is thwarted when he crosses the Angel of Death.  

Kurkow Prison: When a new owner cuts the iron chains keeping the ghosts locked inside Kurkow Prison, the town becomes overrun by restless souls.  

Lake Nutaq: Shane’s getaway in the woods is cut short by a maniacal ghost. Nothing could prepare them for the evil spirits eager to cause misery and death.  

Slater Mill: Shane has another job in Slater Mill. As he prepares for battle, he’s visited by an old friend whose timing couldn’t be worse.  

Borgin Keep: Shane assumed his jobs were random until he ran into the Watchers. When they send him a gruesome message, Shane knows he must stop them before it’s too late.  

Amherst Burial Ground: A little boy possesses an appetite that keeps residents on edge. Meanwhile, Shane is in a deep depression. He quickly realizes this encounter with Samson and the Watchers may be his last.

©2016 Ron Ripley (P)2018 ScareStreet.com

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Amazing series for just one credit!!

How could you not spend a credit on over 65hrs of pure chilling terror?? I've listened to each of these and they all got better and better as the series progressed. The stories are chilling and some of the settings make for an atmospheric read. You go from a house, to a lighthouse, to a town (which was extremely spooky!!), to an even creepier hospital and on and on for a total of 9 different settings, each scarier than the last.

Then we have Shane, poor Shane!! He is such an awesome character. I connected to him right from book 1 but he gets battered and bruised, and is missing pieces of himself, yet he still fights, and that's why I love this series so much. He is just so strong and brave and selfless. He seems to be getting emotionally better and stronger and just all round awesomer ;)

I can't recommend this series enough. This series is one of my favourites. The author never fails to grab my attention and give me chills. Each book is better than the previous ones and each leaves me wanting more. I can't wait to see what the author has in store for Shane next!

Thom Bowers really knows how to capture the essence of the story and knows how to bring the scariness and spookiness to life. He has also portrayed Shane perfectly. He brings across Shane's personality really well and always keeps me entertained.

I was given this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. This in no way affected nor influenced my thoughts.

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Supernatural bargain!

Wow. This book bundle is one heck of a killer deal. Not only do you get 9 books for a single credit, you get 9 incredibly enjoyable books for a single credit. Ron Ripley has crafted an excellent series of ghost stories, featuring some great characters and fun, intense, creepy stories. Mr. Ripley keeps putting his main character, Shane Ryan, through a series of meat grinders as with each volume he faces new threats he has to deal with and overcome. The first story is an 'intimate' haunted house tale as Shane returns home to the haunted house he grew up and tries to uncover the truth behind his parents long ago disappearance. In the next volume Shane is lured into investigating a bizarre suicide at an isolated lighthouse, then in the next we shift to yet a new local, a ghost town that is truly haunted. Whether it's his own house, a creepy hospital, or even a prison, again and again poor Shane finds himself in a battle with the supernatural. Each of the tales is incredible entertaining and well worth the time. Thom Bowers does an absolutely fantastic job with the narration. His voice and delivery bring these stories to life. I can't recommend this collection enough.

I received a copy of this audio title in exchange for an unbiased review.

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Superb listening !!

 No spoilers here but suffice it to say I was surprised. This is not my first from this author and won’t be my last.

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AMAZING SERIES!

Those who have said it before me were right - this series is an amazing value! 66 hours 26 mins long (notice the 6's haha!), and great stories at that!

I LOVE these types of stories, and am an aspiring horror/paranormal writer myself, and it's all that much better to listen to so many chilling and suspenseful stories!

This series is GREAT. I loved the stories, the writing, and also the narration! It was a blast to listen to, and I'm a definite fan!
Excellent job, definitely recommended!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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Great Deal for a good spook

Man, was I surprised by how good these books were. You can't beat this deal if you look some good old horror with some awesome characters. The performance was great too. Full marks.

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Meh...not even a little scary

This has to be the most laid back non-scary book that I have ever read. There isn't any emotion, definitely aren't any scares, actually pretty boring. I know it's fiction and deals with the unbelievable (ghosts) but the hero's nearly magical powers starting with language and ending with being loooooved by all non-nasty ghosts that make him able to physically beat the nasty ghosts to death is a little too far fetched. If you're looking for scares, look elsewhere.

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  • Amanda
  • HOUSTON, TX, United States
  • 10-02-18

creepy and kinda ew

it was a great bundle of stories with a very spooky first story. I really enjoyed listening to all of them but it gets gross in places. the main character is intense but likeable and other characters add a lot to the story line. enjoy.

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  • DB
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  • 10-14-18

Great value for audiobook junkies

If you have to have an audiobook playing in your ear at all times and like horror stories, this would be a good bet for you. I think all the books together runs something like 60 hours. Be forewarned, there is some graphic violence in the books.

I received the audio books in exchange for my review, so I felt compelled to listen to them back to back. I will tell you that it would probably be best to listen to one or two books at a time and then take a break.

The reader has a pleasant voice and I didn’t mind listening to him for all that time. The stores are pretty good although our alcohol soaked hero does seem to run into more than his fair share of ghosts.

For the price of this collection, I don’t think you can go wrong.

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"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

Enjoyed listening to this series. It was not what I was wanting but it was worth listening too.

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wow what a series

Ron Ripley has a sick and twisted mind and I loved every second of it during this series. This is a series where the ghosts are in the staring roll for me at least. I have read/ listened to a lot of horror books some good some not so much. This whole series is a winner if you like ghosts and Gore. The ghosts kill and not gently. Each book features a different ghost who gets off on torturing the living. Retired Marine Shane Ryan goes back to his childhood home to find out what really happened to his parents. His home has always been haunted and not by 1 but several spirits. Shane takes on the ghost of the girl in the lake in book 1, in book 2 the ghost in the lighthouse, book 3 the ghost in an abandoned town. Each book features a new ghost that Shane must get rid of. This is a very long series but we'll worth it.

I received this book at my request and chose to leave this review.

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  • B. Yarde
  • 09-21-18

This is really bad!

Don't do it, don't bother! This book is a boring cliché of every horror story written. I had no sympathy for the main character Shane Ryan or his mother and father. When something tries to drag you into a lake you pack up and get the hell out of dodge, when a ghost beats your son black and blue you don't hang around to find out why!!! They knew the house was haunted but kept living there. I am on part two and I'm not holding out much hope, just really bored, stopped caring about the characters but will stick with it till the end.

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