Deepest Fears: A Collection of Horror Stories

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Itasca Books, May 29, 2012 - Fiction - 235 pages
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Let author James Straka inspire your bad dreams with this collection of horror stories. These nine terrifying tales are sure to leave you covered in goose bumps and clutching your blanket with every spooky turn of the page. Set against backdrops of today's sleepy country towns to the seedy back alleys of the 1980s Sunset Strip, Straka proves that something frightening is lurking behind every corner. Don't trust your neighbors. Don't trust your friends. Don't trust those sweet, little children at your church. You just never know what evil they might do once the sun goes down. And, certainly, don't trust those undead prison guards who are salivating to turn your extremities into a pre-dinner snack. If you didn't have a reason to be scared before, you will once you read Deepest Fears. Every grizzly word is designed to make you scream. So, grab your flashlights and get ready for the fright of your life.

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About the author (2012)

James Straka grew up in Penn Hills, which is a suburb outside of the city of Pittsburgh. He is currently living in Monroeville Pennsylvania with his wife Julia and their daughter Jillian. His inspiration for "Deepest Fears" was fueled by his love of the horror genre in literature and film.

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