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Christopher Fulbright’s Tales of Terror, Vol. 2: MONSTERS serves up six stories of beasts, creatures, and unnatural things that stalk the night. A mother and her daughter face a deadly manifestation of guilt when government weather control experiments go awry; a lonely werewolf has a rough night on the town but finds love in the unlikeliest of places; an ancient sailing vessel carries some savage cargo; a detective’s search for a missing couple at their backwoods home leads him to a staggering discovery of awesome, and horrifying, proportions. These tales and others complete this 21,000-word feast of frights.

Christopher Fulbright is the author of short stories, novellas, and full-length novels of fantasy and horror. His short stories have appeared in many venues--webzines, magazines, and anthologies--since 1993. Fulbright received the Richard Laymon President's Award in 2008 from the HWA, and his short stories have received honorable mentions in "The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror" and "Best Horror of the Year." Now he has complied some of his favorite works published over the past twenty years into these six volumes … tales of fright, tales of wonder, tales of witchery … TALES OF TERROR.

“Fulbright’s prose is every bit as sharp as America’s great pulp writers, yet there’s a humanity and a depth to his characters that has, on several occasions, left me slack-jawed in amazement. Fulbright is tough, passionate, and capable of scaring you like you haven’t been scared since childhood.” —Joe McKinney, Bram Stoker award winning author of FLESH EATERS and MUTATED

“Christopher Fulbright’s fiction is steeped in the classic pulp tradition, yet is always fresh, original, and wholly entertaining. If you want an author who can actually deliver terror, look no further. Fulbright’s future is bright indeed.” —Brian Keene, Bram Stoker award winning author of THE RISING and GHOUL

“Christopher Fulbright’s prose is lean and mean as a starving bobcat. As you read, you feel each sentence come straight from its claws, quick and sharp. By the end, you realize you’ve just been eaten … and liked it.” —Charlee Jacob, Bram Stoker award winning author of DREAD IN THE BEAST and STILL

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