Echoes Of Terror by Nicholas Grabowsky

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Echoes of Terror, Lachesis Publishing, 2007 Terror is the Nemesis of mankind, peeking over our shoulders, following us into shadowed corners, and making our worst nightmares come true. If you want a true taste of the myriad forms terror can take, try a sampling of fifteen stories by some award-winning stars of the horror genre, including John Everson and Nicholas Grabowsky. Follow the bloody trail of tortured spirits, macabre monsters, and worst of all, diabolical human beings, into a world we all know exists but try to avoid at all costs. Echoes of Terror explores the darkest reaches of what is, what might be, and what we hope could not possibly be true. With a vivid variety of styles and voices, there is something for every horror fan in this chilling collection. Beware, they might lead you into the darkness...

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Published February 1, 2007 by Lachesis Publishing. 432 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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With most collections, you will find a mix of good stories, bad stories and a few great stories.

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