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A huge horror collection for one low price.The Summoning:
Dead is better.
Violet Stonebridge didn't expect to inherit her family's mansion. After the last time she'd seen her grandfather and Aunt Vivian, Violet figured she'd been written out of her Aunt's will. She was wrong.
As luck would have it, she also inherited everything contained inside the stately mansion too. Not all luck is good luck.
Violet soon finds that while there are certain perks to her new life, the house has secrets and horrors of its own. With nowhere else to go, she is stuck trying to survive whatever infests Stonebridge Manor.
In the end, Violet learns the terrible lesson that sometimes death is better.
Or, is it?
You reap what you sow.
Maggie and Kurt live a charmed life, or so it seems on the surface. They have a beautiful new home in an upscale neighborhood, and Maggie is pursuing her dream of writing.
Or she would be if she could shake the feeling that something is lurking out there in the corn - something stranger but no more terrifying than the monster she married.
And the horror in the cornfield is getting closer. Soon evil works its way into her home - and her heart - like a worm in an apple. All she must do is give in to the darkness, and no one will ever be able to make her afraid again.
This is how the end begins.
Will is a loser. He lives in his mother's basement and still works as a checkout boy at the same grocery store that's employed him for a decade. So, why would a demon choose him to carry out the murder of three middle school-aged boys?
This story does not have a happy ending, but it won't be the conclusion you're expecting. Behest contains graphic violence and a little gore. If you don't like frightening themes and need a happily ever after, this is not the book for you.
Also included in the collection:
Bonus mystery inside.
Used availability for Sara Bourgeois's Dark Ends
December 2017 : Paperback
December 2017 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition