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Through the Guts of a Beggar by Robert Swartwood

Josh wakes up one morning to find his ten-year-old brother filling in a grave in the backyard. From there, the day just gets worse. . . .

A complete novel.
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The Daughters of Warring by Lori Titus

The bonds of blood and sisterhood are crossed...

In 1698, young Isabel Warring is accussed of witchcraft. Isabel is an innocent. Will the person who betrayed her come forward? . . .

A complete novel.
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Murkland by Chris George

The longest night of the year just got even longer...

For four strangers living in the Scottish city of Devara the longest night of the year just got even longer. As the fog rolls in and the lights are go out they find they must stick together to face their own personal demons, as well as the demons of the city’s terrifying past and soon, they will question the very . . .

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THROUGH THE GUTS OF A BEGGAR

Scary Good

By ScaryTrue, author of Scary True

Apr 6, 2011: Through the Guts of A Beggar is a real fun read. I was reminded of some of Stephen King’s early stories, and I especially liked the twist on the zombie theme. I think the writing is particularly well-done and the story is frightening, tragic, and gripping. This is a great short story and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a solid horror story.

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