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David Haynes | 58 comments Ballet of the Bones by David Haynes

Ballet of the Bones 99c/77p

Four short tales of Victorian terror, each bound to the other by a chilling thread.

London suffocates under the festering reek of its bursting graveyards.

Ballet of the Bones – The curtain goes up on the greatest show on earth, but is everything all it seems?

The Bone House – The grave digger reflects on his morbid life, but what does his future hold?

The Engineer – His creations are beautiful, intricate and for a discerning palate.

Encore – The director makes ready for the end of the show.

13,700 words.

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David Haynes | 58 comments Picking up some great reviews for the book. Here's just one that I'm particularly proud of!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars more Victorian horror from mr. haynes April 10, 2013
By chrisam
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Another great quartet of sprintingling horror from this fine author. This may even surpass his Mask of the Macabre. I haven't decided yet. But you can't go wrong with either collection. This guy has a definite grasp of the grotesque. I mean ..."sleeping amongst the miasma of a hundred rotting corpses." C'mon, that's so decadent that it's brilliant.A phrase worthy of Clark Ashton Smith

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