Halloween Carnival: Volume 4
Featuring Kealan Patrick Burke, Ray Garton, Bev Vincent, C. A. Suleiman, and Paul Meniczek
Once again, I joined forces with the cutting edge team at Hydra, a division of Random House, to publish a series of Halloween eBook anthologies called Halloween Carnival that collected stories by the best authors working in the business today. Each volume features different types of October chills and thrills, a little something for every type of horror fan, and all five volumes were published in the weeks leading up to Halloween 2017! This page is for Halloween Carnival: Volume Four.
About the Book:
Kealan Patrick Burke, Ray Garton, Bev Vincent, C. A. Suleiman, and Paul Meniczek treat readers to some spooky tricks with a hair-raising assemblage of tales gathered together by author, editor, and master of the macabre Brian James Freeman.
THE MANNEQUIN CHALLENGE by Kealan Patrick Burke
For some, office parties are the highlight of the season. For others, they can paralyze with dread. Theo is determined not to let his anxiety stop him from attending—though maybe he’s right to be afraid.
ACROSS THE TRACKS by Ray Garton
The candy’s always better on the other side of town, even if it means crossing paths with bullies. But a rich house with an unlocked door might just be too good to be true. . . .
THE HALLOWEEN TREE by Bev Vincent
Every town has one: a house or a field or an old tree that just gives off a bad vibe. Of course, those feelings are just silly superstition, nothing to take seriously. Right?
PUMPKIN EATER by C. A. Suleiman
Peter loves Halloween—almost as much as he hates his wife. Luckily, his favorite holiday presents an opportunity to fix his problem. After all, putting his wife in her place should be as easy as pie.
WHEN THE LEAVES FALL by Paul Meniczek
Haverville always seemed like a typical town to me: a place where people work hard, and no one ever really leaves. Until the night I went to Graver’s Farm—and discovered what Haverwille was really hiding.
Reviews & Praise:
• Hydra / Random House
Publication Date: October 24, 2017