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Red Wet Dirt

4.62  ·  Rating Details ·  13 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Introducing three short stories & three novellas: While on vacation, a young man's fiance becomes a heart-collecting Yuletide Thing on Christmas Eve. Get stuck in traffic when The Freeway Reaper claims another soul. A suburban family is plagued by a horde of were-rats. Special Agent Sam Cross, mortally wounded by a Jamaican specter, journeys into a psychedelic Festival ...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published November 9th 2014 by Black Bed Sheets Books (first published January 1st 2009)
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Alexander Beresford
Jan 30, 2012 Alexander Beresford rated it it was amazing
Something for every Horror fan in here. Grabowsky's writing is creative and original. Enjoy!
John Graham
Oct 07, 2011 John Graham rated it it was amazing
A fantastic blend of different horror stories. I can just say that there is something in this book for everyone who enjoys a story involving monsters, vampires, zombies, and suspense. Nicholas Grabowsky knows how to reach out of the written page, grab ahold of your heart, and rip it into the story.
My favorite story was The Father Keeper, but I'm a sucker for a unique tale involving the undead. Which story will be your favorite? Read the book and pick one, there's plenty of great options.
Nov 03, 2009 K.K. rated it really liked it
Awesome...I'm drooling with envy at Nicholas' "Kill-Skills", and possibly the first Were-Rat story I've read...and the Shaving Cream Monster!!! Ferociously creative.
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Apr 05, 2009 Mari Sloan rated it it was amazing
Very different! Don't read after a big meal. Vivid imagery and innovative plot twists. Good range for a short story anthology.
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Nicholas Grabowsky’s novels of horror/fantasy and mainstream pulp fiction, both as himself, as Nicholas Randers, and as Marsena Shane, have generated worldwide acclaim for over two decades and praised by many of today’s most popular horror gurus in the literary world. He began his career in traditional publishing houses with brisk sellers in mass market paperback horror and romance, and in the las ...more
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