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Crescent Moon Massacre and Other Tales of Horror

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A witch's thirst for revenge releases terror on a small village. A farmhouse infest of the walking dead hides sinister motives. A lost wager gives a man new sight that leads to murderous deeds. A cranial growth only apparent in a congressman's shadow becomes the focus of an uncanny nightmare. G.R.V. Stone unleashes his first works of horror in this exclusive collection of ...more
Kindle Edition, 100 pages
Published September 20th 2009 by Amazon Kindle (first published 2009)
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Sarah
Nov 28, 2009 Sarah rated it it was ok
Shelves: kindle, horror, 2009
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Jason
Dec 06, 2009 Jason rated it really liked it
Let me start off with the negative and get that out of the way; formatting. It leaves something to be desired.

Aside from that this was a very good little collection of stories and the formatting didn't really hinder the enjoyment I got. All four are very gratuitous on the gore and that's something that I enjoy. Also, they're all told with a hint of humor that just makes them fun as hell to read. The author isn't trying to make any grand statements here, and he's not trying to scare so much as en
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Jennifer
Dec 26, 2011 Jennifer rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
These were a series of short horror stories. I found them to be to graphic and disturbing for me. I'm just thankfull that they were quick reads.
Reva Nowell
Dec 09, 2011 Reva Nowell rated it liked it
Shelves: horror
I especially liked the last two stories.
stormhawk
Oct 18, 2009 stormhawk rated it liked it
This Kindle edition appears to be self-published. Reading is sometimes hard going, partly because of the choice of a Courier typeface rather than a more easily readable serif font.

The author could do with either a good editor or a good friend with a copy of Strunk and White. Step away from the spellchecker. Those darn things only get you into trouble, and the suggestions for corrections are not context sensitive.

I have to applaud the author's willingness to allow other people to read his/her wor
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G.R.V. Stone
Sep 22, 2009 G.R.V. Stone rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
This is my first book and holds four of the bloodiest and most gruesome tales I could concoct for horror fans. At only $0.99 on the Kindle, it's a great read for Halloween. Anyone who knows me is well aware of my love of a good gore fest. This book is packed full of such mayhem.
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G.R.V. Stone is an elusive and secluded author that puts a limitless value on his privacy. Having his face horribly disfigured in an aerobics incident involving Richard Simmons, a bottle of Jack and a half smoked pack of Winstons, the author chooses instead to use any number of scarecrow photos as his public face.
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