MICHAEL GOLDCRAFT weaves thirteen tales that are wicked, weird, and wonderful. Stories so diverse that they are truly eclectic.
Believe in reincarnation? Neither did Whip Malone or Peter Renskill. Both came back, but only one was human.
Want to see life from another person's point of view? Melody Brighton did. And so she entered a man's body and was disgusted by what she found.
Ira Carson loved sailing, until he and his wife found evil on the Caribbean Sea.
Young Jonathan Wagoner was rapidly on his way up, within the fast-paced world of Washington, D.C. But "Wicked Weasel Wagoner" went down...way down.
Jack Slack was a mediocre writer with big dreams. He just needed an ancient warlock to advance his writing career.
Elaine Martin got the guidance of a loving ghost that helped her find "The Courage to Kill."
Bob Harper just wanted to take his best friend fishing in the Gulf of Mexico. He ended up "Catching Hell."
Annie P. Parker found an old journal in a musty New York book store. And then "The Peregrine Man" took over her life.
Aliens point a gun at the human race, the Mothman leaves messages, and the vampyre, Harrison Van Gilter, provides a little snippet of "truth" about his life.
But the coldest chronicle of all is the haunting story, "The Phantom of Hemlocke Hill."
THIRTEEN TALES OF ECLECTIC EVIL to let you drift off peacefully to sleep -- until the nightmares begin -- and you crawl out of your skin.
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Published November 10, 2010
by Brothersons Press, Florida.
Literature & Fiction.