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Dark Visions: Volume Two – Anthony Rivera & Sharon Lawson

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The journey into darkness continues in this, the second in the Dark Visions series and follow-up to the Bram Stoker Award® Nominated Dark Visions: Volume One. Dark Visions: A Collection of Modern Horror – Volume Two takes you far deeper into the twisted psyche of man with 14 psychological tales of creeping dread that explore the evil the lives inside all of mankind. The stories in Dark Visions Two offer an even darker, more insidious look into the concepts of life, death and how choices we make affect our eternal souls.

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The journey into darkness continues in this, the second in the Dark Visions series and follow-up to the Bram Stoker Award® Nominated Dark Visions: Volume One.

Dark Visions: A Collection of Modern Horror – Volume Two takes you far deeper into the twisted psyche of man with 14 psychological tales of creeping dread that explore the evil the lives inside all of mankind. The stories in Dark Visions Two offer an even darker, more insidious look into the concepts of life, death and how choices we make affect our eternal souls.

 

Featuring

Mister White by John C. Foster
Abel is a master spy until a meeting one fateful night in a cemetery goes awry. Now, paranoid and hunted by a sadistic, supernatural evil, he finds himself in a horrifying battle for his life.

Dreaming In and Out by Carol Holland March
Imprisoned in a world of devotion, there’s no escape for an abused wife. Not until dreams of an enigmatic woman draw her into an ever-darkening world where the truth of her existence is revealed.

Moonlighting by Chad McKee
The streets of New York mask a dark underworld as two unwitting stockbrokers are drawn into a horrifying world they never knew existed. One that exposes how truly evil the heart of man can be.

Wormhole by J. Daniel Stone
Jason is obsessed with death and aches to understand the reasons for his mother’s suicide. With the help of a friend, the two seek to capture on camera the last horrifying moments of life.

Remember Me by David Blixt
Walking a dark and lonely road, a young man is offered a ride from the driver of a strange horse-drawn carriage. What seems like good fortune becomes a hellish journey of torment when he’s presented with a horrifying offer that he can’t refuse.

The First Years by David Siddall
Every society has its monsters. Some live down the street. Others wrap themselves in the cloak of government. But which is the most heinous is commonly a matter of only a few degrees.

The Elementals and I by C.M. Saunders
Big pharma is big business. To what horrifying lengths will a greedy corporation go to market their terrifying, mind-altering product?

Release by Jane Brooks & Peter Whitley
Inside a house on the last cul-de-sac at the end of world a young couple comes to grips with the horror that’s devastated their suburban community. It soon becomes clear that there are many terrible things in life that yearn to be released.

Water, Some of it Deep by David Murphy
Often the darkest places on Earth are those with the shiniest veneer. What terrible force is it that attracts the like-minded to a quaint seaside resort in the Irish countryside, turning it into a home for horrendous evil?

Acceptance by Kenneth Whitfield
What should have been a relaxing cruise for a married couple quickly becomes a nightmarish journey of personal revelation as a series of horrifying events break out. Sometimes, there’s just nowhere to run from your demons.

Variations of Soullessness by A.A. Garrison
Created without a soul, Easter has been put on this Earth for a special purpose. A nocturnal visit to the home of an author famous for his gut-wrenching prose puts God’s gruesome plan into action.

Chapelston by Rhesa Sealy
For twenty years a series of unsolved murders have haunted ex-cop Connor Mason. He now finds himself drawn back into the web of evil by forces that refuse to release their grip on his soul.

Last Call by JC Hemphill
Newscaster Maurice Townsend was at the top of his game until he lost it all. Drowning his sorrows with a patron of an Atlanta dive bar, the two men set off a chain of events that have a terrifying impact on their lives everlasting.

City Song by Edward Morris & Trent Zelazny
Everywhere there are populations of forgotten people. They are cast-offs thriving on the periphery of society. Without their own dangerous code of conduct, who protects the homeless from their horrible end?

 

Praise for  Dark Visions: Volume Two

“Excellent collection! Each story begins in a very realistic manner, drawing the reader in with the comfort of the familiar. As you read, however, you just know something terrifying is lurking in the shadows, and the blind journey into each story’s dark twist is an exhilarating thrill-ride.  Editors Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson once again use their uncanny ability to discover engaging stories that have a universal appeal to dark fiction readers.” The Horror Bookshelf

“There is something for every horror/sci-fi aficionado in this collection of modern and speculative horror. To quote the back cover: ‘Open this book and let the icy claw of dread reach into your chest and grab hold of your soul. We dare you…’ Well, I took the dare! This reviewer was certainly not disappointed! Fourteen incredibly terrifying stories varying in degrees of horror..”Mary Genevieve Fortier, Hellnotes

 

Proudly presented by Grey Matter Press, the multiple Bram Stoker Award-nominated independent publisher.

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Additional information

Weight 13 oz
Dimensions 8.0 × 5.25 × 0.80 in
Pages

320

Authors

John C. Foster, Carol Holland March, Chad McKee, J. Daniel Stone, David Blixt, David Siddall, C.M. Saunders, Peter Whitley, Jane Brooks, David Murphy, Kenneth Whitfield, A.A. Garrison, Rhesa Sealy, JC Hemphill, Edward Morris, Trent Zelazny

Editors

Anthony Rivera, Sharon Lawson

Publisher

Grey Matter Press

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