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The Buried Tales anthology of horror and supernatural fiction transports you to the rural town of Pinebox, Texas, where secrets are buried but the dead don’t always stay that way. Join us for a dozen killer stories by David Wellington, Shane Hensley, Jess Hartley, J.D. Wiker, Monica Valentinelli, Charles Rice, and more.

Here are just a few of the stories found within Burie
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Kindle Edition, 180 pages
Published (first published June 1st 2009)
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William Aicher
Sep 02, 2009 William Aicher rated it really liked it
Shelves: short-story, horror
I've always been a fan of horror-based short stories. When I was a kid I tore through all the Stephen King collections, like Night Shift and many others. Over the years though I've moved on to focus quite a bit of my reading time on longer, novel-sized fare. Buried Tales of Pinebox, Texas marks my return to reading short stories, and after reading this collection, I remember why I am much more a fan of horror as a short-story form than in a novel.

The stories in the collection come from a varied
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Jennifer
Sep 05, 2010 Jennifer rated it liked it
Buried Tales of Pinebox Texas- edited by Matt M. McElroy

This was an extremely well written book of short stories by twelve talented authors, comprised of stories that could be compared to the “Twilight Zone,” meets “Alfred Hitchcock,” and of course, meets “Edgar Allen Poe” in the 21st century. There are stories to appeal to everyone's “horror” taste. Even if you are not a fan of certain types of horror genre, the dark humor and the fact that all of the stories are so unique made all of the stori
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Louis
Feb 08, 2010 Louis rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: horror
This is an anthology of horror stories set in present day rural East Texas. For a concept, the authors have been given a setting (which has been fleshed out as part of a table top role playing game) and a collection of story hooks (newspaper clippings that were created as part of the game setting).

The goal of horror is not to scare you out of your wits through the story. The goal of the writing is to draw you in so that you can build in your imagination something that is worthy of fear and shock
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Doug
Nov 11, 2011 Doug rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A brilliant collection of short stories centered around the eerie town of Pinebox, TX. My favorite stories are ...

1. Pie by Monica Valentinelli
2. Stigmatized Property by Jess Hartley
3. Off Radio by David Wellington
4. The One That Got Away by Preston P. DuBose
Matt
Nov 13, 2016 Matt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A lot of good stories in this one
Bill
Feb 08, 2010 Bill rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Buried Tales of Pinebox, Texas is a collection of 12 horror tales loosely connected by their setting: the fictional East Texas town of Pinebox. From Skinwalkers to Ghosts and from Aliens to Werewolves, Pinebox seems to have it all, as well as one of the worst cases of denial in recorded history. Produced by 12 to Midnight, Tales of Pinebox is inspired by the modern, pen and paper RPG horror setting of the same name, also produced by 12 to Midnight.

First we have The Jennifer Ridge Transcripts, th
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Paul Genesse
Jul 31, 2010 Paul Genesse rated it really liked it
This is a very unique collection of short horror fiction and I can see why it was nominated for an ENnie award to be given out at Gen Con 2010. I loved the newspaper articles that go along with the horror stories, which are all very well written. Each one is unique, but all are of course set in the fictional town of Pinebox, Texas. I especially enjoyed: The Hanging Tree by Filamena Young, Pie by Monica Valentinelli, and Last Exit to Pinebox by J.D. Wiker.

Pinebox is a creepy as hell town that sor
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Anthology about a creepy town in east Texas. Contains Jess Hartley's latest short story.
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David Wellington is a contemporary American horror author, best known for his Zombie trilogy as well as his Vampire series and Werewolf series. His books have been translated into eleven langauges and are a global phenomenon.

His career began in 2004 when he started serializing his horror fiction online, posting short chapters of a novel three times a week on a friend’s blog. Response to the projec
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