• Title: Hapless Halloween: Twenty-Five Twisted Tales Of Terror And Suspense
  • Author: Terry Le Feber Greece NY Writers Group K.L. Gore Ellen Sorce David Ennocenti Sally Steele David Scheg Cristina Wilhelm
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Hapless Halloween Twenty Five Twisted Tales Of Terror And Suspense Twenty five short tales based on Halloween written by members of a writers group in upstate New York Suitable for an audience and older although some may have adult content Illustrated by members
    Twenty five short tales based on Halloween written by members of a writers group in upstate New York Suitable for an audience 14 and older, although some may have adult content Illustrated by members of the group as well A Vampire Smoothie by Linda Sawicki Despite being a vampire, Morris Beale of the infamous Bloody Beales needs to donate his blood in order to rectifTwenty five short tales based on Halloween written by members of a writers group in upstate New York Suitable for an audience 14 and older, although some may have adult content Illustrated by members of the group as well A Vampire Smoothie by Linda Sawicki Despite being a vampire, Morris Beale of the infamous Bloody Beales needs to donate his blood in order to rectify a curse Karen s Kitchen by Terry Le Feber Not the place you want to have your last Halloween meal Gray Eyes by K.L Gore Lucas needs his mother to believe his innocence, even when the evidence points to his guilt Marian the Librarian by Ellen Sorce Marian meets the man of her dreams and gives her the shock of a lifetime Would Descartes Have Taken the Fifth by David Ennocenti Michael Merde, thief extraordinaire, discovers one can still trip over the best laid plans A Warning a poem by Sally Steele What could this creature be Going Home by David Scheg When Wilfred forgets to perform a simple task the spirit world is disturbed The Coastal Seashell by Cristina Wilhelm and Desirae Saiers Trusting a voodoo man may have consequences A Byzantine Dream by John Caligiuri What might the final day of Constantine XI Palaiologos life be like Sara Foley Rests in Peace by John Steele Tommy and Eric meet a very adamant ghost You Can t Escape the Grave by S Arthur Yates In 15th century France, Gabrielle a free lance mercenary has to deal with a day beyond her wildest imagination Situations that take her so far outside the world, she may not make it back The Charge by S Arthur Yates an extremely short story with a twist A Ghost Story by Sally Steele There s something not quite right at the Parker house Barnaby s Story by Sally Steele Baranby s wife is about to have a baby, but he encounters a surprise on the way to fetch the doctor Frozen by Elle A Rose Verick lives on what is formerly known as earth, and Halloween takes on an entirely different meaning these days Another Halloween by Tippi Young memories of her father on Halloween, 1945 Three Knocks at the Door by M.E Farruggia Her father made a promise to her for Halo Day Can he keep it Faulty Foundation by Carol DuPr Selling a house can be freeing in so many ways The Assignment by Joe Tersigni Shortly after Bridgett walks into his classroom, Professor Stoughton is summoned to rid the world of evil Could there be a connection Homeless by Phillip Tomasso Safety means constant vigilance for Char and Kyle Can they avoid the dead My Mask and My Halloween Epiphany by Melanie Blow A bad dream leads to harsh reality Old School by Pat Gore Meeting with a professor proves to be a macabre learning experience for a student Lightning by the Fire by Mark Payton These aren t ordinary lightning bugs The Healer by Kate Stanford Being a witness to an important woman s death seals her fate Fright Night by Marie DeSimone After a car accident, Van and Nat meet the oddest of situations The Mad Hatter of Wardroom Cemetery by K.G Wehner Mama Hattie discovers that the best revenge is success.

    One Reply to “Hapless Halloween: Twenty-Five Twisted Tales Of Terror And Suspense”

    1. There was a little bit of everything in these twisted tales. I loved some, and liked others. Overall this made for an excellent October read at 2am on various mornings. Some of the stories were spooky. & some of these authors have a bright future in horror writing ahead of them! I would recommend this to horror fans!

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