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E. Reyes is a Mexican-American Horror Writer who was born in Tucson, AZ in 1987. His first self-published work 'Tales From Devil's Hill: Welcome To Devil's Hill'' (2017) is exclusively available for Kindle and paperback. E. Reyes is currently working on a horror anthology. He was inspired to write at the age of 8 after reading many Goosebumps books by R.L. Stine. Years later, after falling back in love with books, words, and literature as a whole (Stephen King and Joe Hill are also to blame) E. Reyes decided to take on writing seriously and professionally. His fiance was also a huge motivation and influence to him. His other influences are horror movies, Halloween, and creepy soundtracks. E. Reyes is engaged to the talented and beautiful ar ...more

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Description: After Charlie gets in trouble at school, his parents send him off to live with his Uncle Rob in a small snowy town called Winter Haven for winter break. Local kids start going missing, murders occur, and Charlie keeps having nightmares of the mythical Krampus. Is what's going on tied in all together?
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