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Macabre2: Two Tales Of Evil & The Grotesque

Book By: John Spencer Yantiss
Mystery and crime

Contrary to the openly stated of many in the latter 20th and early 21st centuries, ghouls, ghosts, and other horrors frequenting the nightmares of those who consider themselves to be otherwise rational and "scientifically" minded, are just as real and frightening today, as they were in the 19th and preceding centuries. In "Macabre2" Sherrod Colsne finds himself confronted with circumstances and events that shatter his own steely sensibilities. "The Weerwolf Problem" (Dutch spelling) forces Monty Weston, assistant, friend, and de facto son to Colsne, to reassess all that he had come to accept about the monsters that had once been part and parcel of most people's belief systems prior to The Industrial Revolution, and the subsequent explosion of "scientific" discovery. No less nerve rattling is the truth behind a series of freakish animal deaths in Upstate New York, found in "The Golden Dart."

Submitted:Jan 7, 2013    Reads: 1    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   



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