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Have you ever wondered what lurks in the deep, dark, abyss?
No, we aren’t talking about your toilet (hopefully)! We’re talking about the human soul, the deepest part of the pit of hell, or the dead eyes of the local zombie. We’re talking about the face looking back at you in the mirror, the seductive appeal of secret knowledge, and pleasure at any cost–even your life, or the lives of others.
In this wicked collection of short stories that veer wildly between satire and straight-up horror, a motley crew of authors with Bard and Book Publishing threaten to expose humanity’s darkest corners. This one pokes fun at the gratuitous sensuality of modern society; that one reminds us that death is always near; another that zombies may just be a literary device that allows us to speak frankly about the human condition. And so it goes, in this collection of short stories designed with the ‘indisposed’ reader in mind.
The Driving Dead by Derek Elkins, Tastes Like Chicken by Anthony Horvath, Interview with the Bigfoot by Chris Morrow, Deep Cove by Jamie Greening, Pretty Much Just One Shade of Brown by OJ Wolfsmasher (Michael Pape), Better Than Sex by Anthony Horvath, Among Wolves by Derek Elkins, Zombiez! by OJ Wolfsmasher (Michael Pape), Dinner for the Dead by Chris Morrow, Morbid by Jamie D. Greening, The Hanging Tree by Derek Elkins, Cerberus and the Hound of Heaven by Anthony Horvath, and Jolly Rogers by Jamie D. Greening
|See all by Anthony Horvath||See all by Chris Morrow||See all by Graham Kell||See all by Derek Elkins|
See all by Jamie Greening
|See all by Robert Cely||See all by OJ Wolfsmasher (Michael Pape)||
See all by James Yarbrough
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