Bonechillers: 13 Twisted Tales of Terror

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Llewellyn Publications, 2005 - Fiction - 256 pages
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These thirteen, spine-tingling tales take young readers into a dark and twisted world of vampires, ghouls, werewolves, and other unspeakable creatures. Watch Estelle struggle against the cruel imposter that only looks like her brother. Sympathize with poor Cyrus Spoon, the school misfit, whose only friends happen to be twin vampires. Cheer on Sarah who must defeat her younger brotherís not-so-imaginary friend with plans for a playdate in Hell.
Cackling devils flying over rooftops, baby-swapping hags, and seven-headed beasts with a taste for blood lurk within this frightening collection of bizarre stories that splinter the imagination and chill the heart.

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

This was pretty good. I wouldn't call them bonechilling, exactly, but there were some genuinely creepy moments. The one about the night parade was particularly eerie. Read full review


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D.W. Cropper currently resides in Lexington, Kentucky with his wife, Maureen and their twelve-year-old dog, Hillary. He works at the University of Kentucky as an accounting clerk and tries very hard to write in the evenings. His literary short stories have appeared in the Roanoake Review and North Atlantic Review. Cropper holds a B.A. in English from the University of Central Florida.

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