Featuring Kelley Armstrong, Kate Maruyama, Michael McBride, Taylor Grant, and Greg Chapman
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 Three.
About the Book:
Kelley Armstrong, Kate Maruyama, Michael McBride, Taylor Grant, and Greg Chapman unleash the unsettled spirits of the past in five frightening stories collected by celebrated editor, author, and horror guru Brian James Freeman.
THE WAY LOST by Kelley Armstrong
The kids in Franklin don’t ask questions. Each Halloween, one of them disappears into the forest. Dale promised his mother he’d never go into the woods alone. But the kids in Franklin also lie.
LA CALAVERA by Kate Maruyama
The Día de los Muertos Festival at the Hollywood Cemetery used to be ours. Now, without Jasmine, it’s only right that I go one last time in her honor—before I let her go for good. . . .
THE DEVIL’S DUE by Michael McBride
Pine Springs, Colorado, has prospered for generations by honoring its traditions and its promises. Then one man refuses to do his civic duty—and the price he must pay is fatally steep.
A THOUSAND ROOMS OF DARKNESS by Taylor Grant
Samhainophobia: an irrational fear of Halloween. Phasmophobia: an irrational fear of ghosts. For Anne, these terrors are more rational than she knows.
THE LAST NIGHT OF OCTOBER by Greg Chapman
Every year, one little boy wearing a grotesque Frankenstein mask comes knocking at Gerald’s door. Gerald has always managed to avoid him . . . until this year.
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Reviews & Praise:
• Hydra / Random House
Publication Date: October 17, 2017