The Scare by Robert Shaw

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With a masterful hand, author Robert Shaw paints a vivid picture of guilt and fear and how the bond of love can carry a group of close friends through a battle against a supernatural foe driven by lust and bitter jealousy. The Scare is a modern-Gothic tale reminiscent of classic horror movies such as A Nightmare on Elm Street and I Know What You Did Last Summer. The characters leap off the pages, the dialog crackles and the action rocks along at a rollicking pace. The mystery deepens as gallant teenagers Ethan Harris, his girlfriend Shay and their heroic friends follow a trail of dead bodies that seem to be coming back to life, until they find themselves tumbling down a labyrinthine path that plunges them into a hellish nightmare world.
 

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Robert Shaw has worked in film, television and live events as a location & production assistant, production coordinator, assistant director, stage manager, producer and writer. He has been a diamond courier, truck driver, salesman, cinema usher, video game tester, voice & data cable installer, gas station attendant and factory laborer. He co-wrote the indie action/horror film Mexican Devil starring Danny Trejo and wrote, produced and directed the short film "Bedbug" which can be seen on YouTube. His first novel, The Scare, was adapted from a screenplay he wrote as an homage to 80s/90s style horror films. Girlfriend Trouble also started as a screenplay.
 
Published June 6, 2011 by Robert Shaw. 361 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction

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There are evocative flashes—the stone of the Sols family crypt is “the color of bones,” teeth patter to the floor like “enamel hailstones”—and an earnest if unoriginal flogging of the supernatural arsenal (howling storms, open graves, midnight knocks, the undead).

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