Shadowland: A horror anthology (The Box Under The Bed Book 6) by [Dan Alatorre, Betty Valentine, Christine Valentor, Roberta Eaton Cheadle, Jessica Bakkers, Allison Maruska, MD Walker]
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From the creators of the #1 bestselling horror anthology The Box Under The Bed and its FOUR #1 bestselling sequels: Wealthy eccentric Dr. Aumental tasks his Literary Arts students with tracking down and exploring the root elements of horror stories and ancient folklore they’ve known since they were children, allowing them to travel anywhere in the world. As each group of students embarks on their journeys, they encounter legends, fantasies, lies – and the awful truths none of them could ever have imagined. * After a cave-in, a mine foreman stumbles upon a deadly buried secret. * A childhood game of Hide and Seek creates ghostly repercussions. * Seeking help from disabling arthritis, a New Orleans pianist takes a voodoo cure – but the price is not what she thinks it is. And many more! A wide ranging thrill ride that any horror fan will enjoy! Compiled by USA Today bestselling author Dan Alatorre, this anthology of horror once again unites the minds and talents of more than a dozen amazing authors. Shadowland takes you into the eerie and macabre, with heart stopping stories from: USA Today bestselling author Dan Alatorre (The Gamma Sequence) award-winning bestselling author Allison Maruska (The Fourth Descendant) award-winning bestselling author Roberta Eaton Cheadle (Through The Nethergate) award-winning bestselling author Betty Valentine (A Twist Of Starlight) award-winning bestselling author Christine Valentor award-winning bestselling author MD Walker bestselling author Jessica Bakkers (Guns Of Perdition) And more! Perfect for Halloween or any time, these stories will make you think twice before spending the night alone, watching TV with family, or even going on a casual boat ride. CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED.



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5 Star Amazon review Somewhat different from the other anthologies, but a good read nonetheless, the author serves up an interesting mix of short horror stories which in some way, shape or form, actually link together. Want to know more, you need to read this and see for yourself. The characters are presented in such a way that you think they are actually doing the storytelling, and I think you’ll find as I did, that once you start it will be difficult to put down until you finish.