The Dead of Winter by A.B. Gibson

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"Gibson combines tropes from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and other slasher films with elements from the gothic novel to develop a disturbing, if familiar, horror story. Occasional lapses into past tense are distracting and awkward, and having the story occur in the present doesn’t work with the otherwise original and inventive conclusion."
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In this atmospheric horror novel, four young professionals from the city pick the wrong weekend to overnight in the B&B of a family friendly pumpkin patch.
 

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Published October 20, 2015 by Xlibris US. 194 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction
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BlueInk Review

Above average
on Feb 22 2016

"Gibson combines tropes from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and other slasher films with elements from the gothic novel to develop a disturbing, if familiar, horror story. Occasional lapses into past tense are distracting and awkward, and having the story occur in the present doesn’t work with the otherwise original and inventive conclusion."

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