Gateway to Hell by Adrian Scott

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~ A horror novel by multi-published Australian author Adrian Scott ~ In 1869, Richard and Donna Hanniger move into their newly purchased home. The only reminder of the derelict mansion recently removed is a dead twisted tree left in the yard. Rumour has it that a man was hanged from the tree, but they determine to remove the eye-sore which proves more difficult than expected. Removal of the tree, at great effort and expense, leaves a gaping, seeming bottomless hole. Odd storms, awful smells, eerie sounds, and unbelievable sights begin to fill their days and nights – then the unusual accidents occur. Are they losing their sanity or have they unwittingly opened a gateway to Hell?

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In 2008, Adrian Scott switched from writing short stories in the horror genre, several of which have been published locally, to writing novels.The first ten novels he has written have since been published as ebooks by Renaissance E-Books, California, and he saw the first of his novels published as a paperback by Odyssey Publications, Canberra, in 2011.To date, Adrian has written sixty-one horror novels, and is now working on his sixty-second.A widower after losing his wife to pancreatic cancer, he lives in Caboolture, and maintains close contact with his eldest daughter Larissa, who lives in Bundaberg, and his two younger daughters Sandra, and Tanya, both of whom live in Brisbane.At 65 plus years of age, he sees no end to his career, putting in up to eight hours a day on his novels. He describes himself as 'addicted to writing'.Visit Adrian's website at:
Published July 30, 2012 by Rebecca J. Vickery. 140 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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