Thursday, April 16, 2015

DARK TALES FROM THE DEN - BY DONA FOX - IS OUT FOR YOUR READING PLEASURE!

http://www.amazon.com/Dark-Tales-Den-Dona-Fox-ebook/dp/B00W0DIMCS/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?ie=UTF8&fp=1&noEncodingTag=1&pc_redir=T1&redirectFromSS=1&ref_=cm_sw_r_fa_awdm_AfTkvb0D9S05Z&ref_=redir_mdp_mobile


Dark Tales from the Den is Dona Fox's latest book and it is a great one! Seventeen twisted, dark, and demonic stories to whet your taste for horror. Dona is a Woman In Horror, and you will see why when you read this fantastic book. She is a master at the craft.

This is a must read! All of her books and stories are must reads!


Blaze McRob


Book Description

April 11, 2015
Find within seventeen unsettling tales that will ooze under your skin, cozy little tales that twist slowly strange and violent-delightfully dark. There’s a mean doll, a box full of bones-and newspaper clippings, a bank robbery gone horribly wrong-for almost everyone. Daddy’s last train, and the train Uncle Frank catches again and again, a haunted carousel that sparks up the night, an alien abduction, a meeting with the evil Lilith. Foxes. A girl you wouldn't want to meet in a bar-if you value your ink, a drug of the future with certain finality about it. Many graves dug, barns to die in, and ghosts and more ghosts. Seep into this book.
 
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 Amazon Bio:
 
 Dona Fox writes short stories and poetry - horror and dark fantasy infused with bits of science fiction. Dona was born on a rainy day in Portland, Oregon and spent her childhood on the ferris wheel in Oaks Park just over the Sellwood Bridge. From there she went to Seattle, Washington where she hung out in the semi-famous Last Exit on Brooklyn and the infamous Hideout Bar. Specters from the Northwest's forests, Portland's bridges and Seattle's Pike and Pine streets may creep into her dark tales.

Visiting for the first time and want some suggestions?

Everybody's favorite story seems to be "Grace at the End" which you will find in Memento Mori, another favorite is "The Hero" which is in We Are Dust and Shadow and a real sleeper, if you can handle it, is "Taking Ink" which is hidden in Serial Killers Quattuor. Happy Reading!
 
 

 

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