From the dark, gothic atmosphere of the Broken Wit Coffeehouse to the rural mountains of Pennsylvania, Bourque's collection of short stories will keep readers speeding along roads that grow ever darker. . . "Stefan Bourque's writing gives me the creeps!"--Doris Lane, author of "Asbury Park Medusa."
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