Ten Frames at the Galaxy Bowl by Kyle Dickerson

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Less than a hundred yards off Hwy 14, just outside of Lockwood, the Galaxy Bowl has lurked in the shadows for more than a decade, discarded and forgotten. Once the area’s greatest attraction, the abandoned lanes are now only a reminder of what life used to be. However, a stranger has ventured into town, breathing new life into the lanes, and bringing with him an evil this town has never known. As the bonds of reality are twisted and torn, the citizens of Lockwood find themselves in a struggle for their own existence - a struggle that will reveal them for who they truly are, and bring them face to face with the darkness of their inner demons.

About Kyle Dickerson

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Kyle Dickerson has walked a colorful path in the workforce - from patrolling the streets as a police officer to slinging lumber on the green chain for a sawmill, he's had his hands in a little of everything - but his heart has always brought him back to the writing. He takes the craft seriously, and prides himself in the work he does. Kyle lives just south of Nashville with his wife, Kasey, and their dog, Katie.
Published March 14, 2012 by Post Mortem Press. 196 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Fiction

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