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Re-Terrify: Horrifying Stories of Monsters and More - The Re-Imagined Series #4 - cover

Re-Terrify: Horrifying Stories of Monsters and More - The Re-Imagined Series #4

Darrell Schweitzer, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Nancy Springer, James Dorr, Jonathan Shipley, Douglas Smith, Kelly A. Harmon, Steven R. Southard, Gregory L. Norris, Winston Marks, Gregg Chamberlain, Nicole Kurtz, Eric Choi, Geoff Gander, Gustavo Bondoni, David Hoenig, Meriah Crawford, Lisa Lepovetsky

Publisher: Pole to Pole Publishing

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The monsters of our childhood do not fade away... - John le Carre 
Vengeful undead. Demons. Hungry rats.  These creatures and more haunt city streets, unlit hallways, deep space, and the corners of your imagination in Re-Terrify. 
Send shivers down your spine with 18 horrifying tales from an international roster of authors. 
Featuring fiction from Douglas Smith, Nancy Springer, James Dorr, Winston Marks, Lisa Lepovetsky, Eric Choi, Darrell Schweitzer, Meriah Crawford, Jonathan Shipley, Gregory L. Norris, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Gregg Chamberlain, Kelly A. Harmon, David Hoenig, Steven R. Southard, Nicole Kurtz, Geoff Gander, and Gustavo Bondoni. 
Re-Terrify reminds readers that monsters hide in the shadows and even the bravest person should beware of the dark.

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