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Shades of Blood and Shadow

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The palette of history and horror mingle in the hues of crimson blood and blackest death. The ghosts of the past mourn for lives unfinished, vengeance unfulfilled, and loves lost. The heart beats in a cacophony of anticipation and fear, echoing with the memory of those that once were, once danced, once believed.
Hues of fear, of woe and dying. Shades of death, of blood an
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Paperback, 138 pages
Published 2009 by Dark Regions Press
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Michael
Nov 05, 2017 rated it really liked it
several great fantasy/horror stories by one of my favorite authors. Ms Hawkes and her husband Christopher Fulbright have become two of my favorite authors of fantasy/supernatural horror. This is a great collection of stories in that genre. Once started it's hard to stop until the end. Not one story i did not love. "El Reptil Rey" was my favorite and the "Wormwood story" is the most haunting. All of them will stick with you long after reading them.
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Shades of Blood and Shadow is a collection of short stories by Angeline Hawkes. Mrs. Hawkes covers a wide range of horror sub-genres, as she tackles stories of ghosts, ghouls, vampires, witches, mutants and ancient gods. Many of her stories are bound in religion, both Wiccan and Christian, with settings from the Middle East to Mexico. Several stories also cross into genres outside the realm of horror, though they are still filled with terrifying elements and could be mistaken for nothing else. “ ...more
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Angeline Hawkes received her B.A. in Composite English Language Arts from Texas A&M University-Commerce. She was appointed 2007 Alumni Ambassador for the Texas A&M U-C Literature Department. She has publication credits dating from 1981. Angeline's The Commandments was nominated for a 2006 Bram Stoker award for collection. Her story, "In Waters Black the Lost Ones Sleep", appears in the 200 ...more
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