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There is a reason New York City is called "The City that Never Sleeps," and it is not for reasons we have all become accustomed to.


This anthology of 19 urban horror stories explores the dark corners, shadowy alleys and mysterious underworld of all five boroughs of New York City providing the true reason why The City Never Sleeps.


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Paperback, First, 398 pages
Published November 22nd 2014 by Myth Ink Books
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David Barker
Dec 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is an excellent anthology of horror fiction featuring well-written stories based on original concepts and all having a strong sense of place. When that place happens to be New York City, the result is a very enjoyable reading experience. Highly recommended. Here's a cover blurb I wrote for the book:

“If you love New York City in all its shapes and guises (and who doesn’t?) and are a fan of well-crafted horror fiction of every variety, you’ll relish the new Myth Ink Books collection of 20 viv
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Kris Lugosi
Feb 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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So much imagery and haunting storytelling in such a small package. These tales are very short in content but the quality of storytelling exceeds its length. In here you’ll find that the kiss of death can be quite exotic, where the subways and tunnels hold nightmarish secrets and beasts beyond the human minds comprehension. Where books hold maddening secrets and the raving lights of the nightlife can consume your very soul. The urban settings of New York's streets and dark alleys are so well visu ...more
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