Black Water by Jon Fore

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Black Water, a small comfortable town nestled in the shadow of Black Water Mountain, whispers dark legends—stories of a secret colonial-era military prison hidden somewhere within the landscape. Other tales depict the torturous conversion and burning of witches just before the Civil War. They speak of a brutal prison warden and a cruel priest, who even today haunt the wood of the mountain side. Legends are what they have always been, that is until visitors arrive at the Heart House—a homestead on the very top of the mountain and one-time stop on the Underground Railroad. These students, intent on documenting the historical house, stumble upon the root of these terrible legends and the unspeakable horrors of its antiquity. Now this evil stirs, emanating from its sanctuary and seeking revenge against the trespassers and the sleepy town of Black Water below.
 

About Jon Fore

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Jon Fore was born in Marysville, Ohio in 1968, the third son of Dave and Judy Fore. After graduating Manalapan High School in 1987, Jon enlisted in the United States Navy, serving a combat role during Desert Storm. Now he lives in Florida with his beautiful wife and three wonderful children.His first professional short story, Mid Watch published in 2004 to The Pow Wow Paper. This was to proceed a number of short stories, thesis, and even poetry publishing credits over the next two years with periodicals such as The Story Teller, Events Quarterly, Crime and Suspense Magazine and Dystopia magazine. In 2006, his short story, Undone, was nominated for a Push Cart award by Story Teller Magazine.In 2007, Jon published his first full length novel, Black Water, with Chippewa Publishing. Since then, Jon has completed six novels, the most recent, Paradise in 2011.
 
Published July 23, 2011 230 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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