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Love and evil know no bounds!
Turn the page and enter a world of shadow, as Michael West brings together his most disturbing short stories--twisted
tales of forbidden desires and ghoulish deeds, where nightmares manifest in the most mundane and unlikely of places...
The basement of a Japanese restaurant, where a seductive creature promises comfort to a lonely hitman, if only he will set her free...
A ruined city, where survivors of a natural disaster have become prey to something unnatural...
An Indiana farmhouse, where a frightened child attempts to fool the Angel of Death...
And the darkest regions of space, where a man fights to protect the woman he loves from invaders only he can see...
Ten reasons to lock your doors.
Ten reasons to keep the lights on.
Ten reasons why you may never sleep again.
“A dark, diverse and delicious page-turner of a collection not to be missed!”
— Fran Friel, Bram Stoker Nominated Author of Mama’s Boy and Other Dark Tales
“(Michael West) gave me nightmares!”
— Anne Boedeker, E! -Entertainment Television
“This is damned serious stuff, and it’s scary, suspenseful, and sweat-inducing; but more importantly – perhaps most importantly – it’s all disturbing as hell, and cannot be easily forgotten.”
— Gary A. Braunbeck, author of Coffin Countyand Mr. Hands (on Dark Harvest)
“(Michael West is) definitely one to keep an eye on.”
— Maurice Broaddus, co-author of Orgy of Souls
"Like a good whiskey, West's prose goes down smooth and fiery all at once."
— Dark Scribe Magazine
“Michael West draws the reader in with a director’s touch. With a deft hand, West creates wonderful characters who live and breathe on the page.”
— Bob Freeman, author of Cairnwood Manor (on The Wide Game)
“Michael West proves himself to be a masterful storyteller, flawless in building momentum, and his skills in characterization match or even often surpass some of the most successful writers in the business.”
— Nicholas Grabowsky, author of Halloween 4: the Return of Michael Myers, and The Everborn (on The Wide Game)
“You could feel the fear!”
— Horror Web (on The Wide Game)
“Just remember the name Michael West because he has a future in the horror genre.”
— Brian Yount, Wicked Karnival Magazine