Tales from the Gallery by Scott Arnold Arminas and María Basora-Arminas M.D.

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The tales of spooks, specters and ghouls…(are) a good bet for fans of comic-book terror looking for a quick fix of gore…
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A Gallery, standing as a sentinel between our world and that of another,
a world of mayhem and horror, invites you the reader, to peruse
through it’s hallways and rooms, promising nothing more than unrest,
to beguile your senses as you journey into subterranean labyrinths, to
damned and forsaken planets, revisit with the restless spirits of our
ancient past, casually stroll along the highways and byways with the
living dead, and walk through a mirror into another dimension while
trying to escape a pursuing demonic horror. Come, enter now. It is the
witching hour, and well past midnight. The doors are open but soon
will shut, so no more may enter and more importantly, so that nothing
 

About Scott Arnold Arminas and María Basora-Arminas M.D.

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Scott Arminas : Scott Arnold Arminas was a cosmetic chemist for many years in Research and Product Development and is an award winning poet. He is the author of Sojourn on Eternity's Edge. a Poetic Inspirational which was recently published in 2004. Scott's biography has been published in the Marquis Who's Who in America 2004-Present, Who's Who in the World 2005-Present and Who's Who in Science and Engineering 2006-Present. Maria Basora-Arminas. M.D.: Maria was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. She is a Doctor of Pediatric Medicine. Maria married Scott in 1987 and they have a son named Robert who is in high school. Maria's interests are reading, movies, and theme parks. Their dogs are Nicki, Stella, and Cocoa Puff.
 
Published August 10, 2010 by Xlibris US. 128 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Above average
on Oct 21 2013

The tales of spooks, specters and ghouls…(are) a good bet for fans of comic-book terror looking for a quick fix of gore…

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