It's that time of year again. Time to get your scary on, starting with a collection of short stories by Hoosier authors, myself included.
Enjoy my short story, "An Eerie Bump in the Road" about a blind date to a Halloween dance. What could possibly go wrong? You might even recognize some of the settings in these stories. However, remember, it's all fiction!
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Trick or Treats:
Tales of All Hallows’ Eve
A Speed City Crime Writers Anthology
In this eighth anthology from the Speed City (Indiana) chapter
of the international crime writing association Sisters in Crime,
sixteen authors examine the American celebration of Halloween.
Crumbling mansions and ancient cemeteries. Haunted houses
and med school dissection rooms. All are terrible places to visit on the spookiest night of the year. So, of course the authors of Speed City Sisters in Crime go there—and you can go with them! From Halloween parties to autumn festivals to trick-or-treaters, Indiana is the home of ghosts, apparitions, and in-the-flesh evil ones, in this time and yesteryear. Some authors lead you on with mischievous intent, some ply you with fright, others bring you straight up murder and mayhem, but all have produced stories you’ll regard as real treats for fans of the mystery genre.
Sixteen tales for All Hallows’ Eve, when the veil between the
afterlife and this life thins, and the night fills with wonder and