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13 Tales To Give You Night Terrors

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Murder, mayhem, maniacs... these thirteen horror stories are guaranteed to give you night terrors!

Journey with us into the dark heart of horror as authors from around the globe reveal their deepest fears. From Scotland and England across the Atlantic to the USA, we meet a pair of twins with a sick sense of humor, a troubled family tormented by ghosts, and a man who keeps
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Kindle Edition, 143 pages
Published October 20th 2015
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Richard Denney
Jan 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was really fun, my favorite short was the first one. I loved how it was LGBT because you rarely see that in Horror. I love the cover too.
Aviar Savijon
if you like being scared, freaked out or any anyway into horror and mystery this is the book for you. 13 amazing tales of greatness from the first word to the last. Keeping you in suspense all the way. a must read
Summaiya
Oct 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: five-star-rating
I absolutely loved these although they did not actually give me night terrors (And I did make a point to read them at night, in the dark).
I also loved that in the last story they added various trinkets from all of the preceding stories.
Jin
Nov 06, 2016 rated it liked it
This is a great intro into the horror genre. It reminds me of the old camp fire horror stories from my childhood. Though there is some adult language in some of the stories I did not find those word choices as anything a child above the age of 13 had not heard before in any action movie and or TV series.
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Sep 24, 2017 rated it liked it
A 3-star effort on some horror shorts.
Samantha
Oct 10, 2017 rated it it was ok
Eh. Not that scary, really. Well written, some, but I guess I've just read a bunch. They were intriguing, but I guess I expected more.
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Troy H. Gardner was born in Florida but left at the ripe age of six months. He grew up and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in New England before returning to the Sunshine State just in time for Hurricane Irma.

He started writing stories on his Tandy Personal Computer as a child in the ’90s after devouring the works of Stephen King in elementary school.

Red is his favorite color, but blue hasn’t gotten
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