Urban Horror: Four Short Horror Stories

by Richard GK Stark

Richard GK Stark | March 7, 2014 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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Gripping, hard-hitting Contemporary Horror stories that lie on the edge of what is reality and what is fantasy.
Each story features a contemporary character (they may remind you of someone you know) who finds themselves in an everyday situation (one that we may all have experienced at some time) that is given a horrific twist. My personal favourites are City Slicker and School Bully.

Driving Home : A Salesman is driving home late at night through the forest. Will he be home in time for his son's birthday party ?

City Slicker : A PR Exec upsets a Gypsy on the subway, invoking her curses. Will she make it through the week ?

School Bully : The member of a schoolgirl gang steals another girl's mobile phone as her's has gone flat. Will her batteries need recharging ?

Festival Junkie : A public school dropout gets caught up in the Music Festival Culture, but soon this hedonistic lifestyle takes its toll.

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Published: March 7, 2014

Publisher: Richard GK Stark

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1465982558

ISBN - 13: 9781465982551

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Urban Horror: Four Short Horror Stories

by Richard GK Stark

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: March 7, 2014

Publisher: Richard GK Stark

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1465982558

ISBN - 13: 9781465982551

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Gripping, hard-hitting Contemporary Horror stories that lie on the edge of what is reality and what is fantasy.
Each story features a contemporary character (they may remind you of someone you know) who finds themselves in an everyday situation (one that we may all have experienced at some time) that is given a horrific twist. My personal favourites are City Slicker and School Bully.

Driving Home : A Salesman is driving home late at night through the forest. Will he be home in time for his son's birthday party ?

City Slicker : A PR Exec upsets a Gypsy on the subway, invoking her curses. Will she make it through the week ?

School Bully : The member of a schoolgirl gang steals another girl's mobile phone as her's has gone flat. Will her batteries need recharging ?

Festival Junkie : A public school dropout gets caught up in the Music Festival Culture, but soon this hedonistic lifestyle takes its toll.