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Linda has insomnia with the biggest problem being her imagination going wild when she lies awake at night. At least... she hopes it’s only her imagination. Or is it for real?

Vera isn’t greedy, at least that’s what she thinks. She will soon learn that she is, and this in the most frightening way possible…

When Paula’s friend dies, she discovers that even a ghost can torment the living.

Then there’s Jack. After his wife kills herself, he thinks that he’ll never hear from her again. But then the phone rings…

Fear: An anthology about Horror and Suspense is a bundle of eleven stories, each representing fear in different ways. As to be expected, you will find plenty of horror and suspense in this book and some of the stories will definitely make you shiver. You can read each story separately and even as you try to figure everything out, the endings are still unpredictable
There are also a few poems in this anthology and, believe me, even poems can be scary…
I have enjoyed each and every page of this book! I especially liked the story about the Boogieman, now that's a freaky story. If you like to read stories that will bring your fantasy to life, you won’t be disappointed with this anthology!

Michelle, Fallen Angel Reviews

4 Angels

Readers will be amused, shocked and frightened at turns! These authors really know how to send a tingle down your body and they’ll have you looking behind you to see what’s making that noise in the corner. Be afraid; be very afraid! Fear: An Anthology of Horror and Suspense earns Four Angels!




Fear: An Anthology of Horror and Suspense is a collection of short, scary and shivery stories and poetry including Night Crawls In by Nancy Jackson, Possibilities and Karen’s Eyes by Katherine Smith, Frieda Mae by Linda L. Lattimer, Crime or Punishment by Giovanna Lagana, Feathers by Louise Bohmer, Vera’s House by Katherine Smith, Cynophobia by Janet Mills, Because I Wanted You by Susan M. Sailors, Eleven-Thirty Midnight Road by Vickie Britton and Loretta Jackson, The Stick by Richard A. Satterlie, and Long Distance Call by John Everson.

Little fears become big ones that encompass reality, gruesome death overtakes people, an evil step-mama gets her due, and the boogeyman makes an appearance. These are just snippets from some very well-written and spine-tingling tales of dark apprehension, bad luck and encounters with the “otherworld”. This anthology is not one you should read at night, but only in the bright lights of day when no wicked thing can creep in to grab you. My personal favorite from this collection was Feathers by Louise Bohmer, solely for the incongruity of the meeting of the worlds of deity and human.


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