Sometimes what lies in the shadows is best left without the benefit of light.
Shadows are a representation of evil as much as light embodies good. And they cannot stand alone. There is a good for every evil, a light for every darkness.
Evil isn’t restricted to darkness, but it seems to find comfort there; particularly in the human mind where the deepest, darkest shadows lie, at times enveloping and transforming people into murderers and deviants…even monsters.
Horror authors tap into the dark shadows of their minds to create macabre tales of dread and foreboding such as those presented in this collection of eleven horror stories entitled Shadowplay.
Post Mortem Press presents eleven new tales of terror best read bundled up after dark. What lurks in these shadows is certain to bring a chill.
Contains stories from Patrick Scalisi, G Elmer Munson, Fred McGavaran, Lawrence Vernon, Alexandro Rios, Yarrow Paisley, SC Hayden, Jason Downes, Paul DeCirce, Andrew Risch, and Hal Kempka. Introduction by Robert Essig.
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- Post Mortem Press, January 2011
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