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Publisher's Summary

The music of the night calls out to you... 

A sinister force threatens a teenage horror fan, and only a team of B movie monsters can come to his rescue. Fear stalks a group of punks when a scarecrow proves that birds aren’t the only things it can terrorize. And all hell breaks loose when a man discovers that his next-door neighbor possesses the power to reanimate the dead... 

Celebrate the music of the night with Scare Street’s latest collection of diabolical horror. Thirteen tales of paranormal horror haunt this new volume. More than enough to keep you listening on long after the sun goes down.

As you listen to the book, the symphony begins.... A wolf howls. The wind moans. Claws tap against your door. Powerless to resist, you open the door. The music calls.... And you must follow its haunting melody. Where will it lead you? No one really knows, but one thing is certain - as you step into the mist and the world of the living fades away, one more song is about to join this medley of fear.

Your own terrified scream...

This volume features the following:

  1. "How I Adopted a Demon" by Melissa Gibbo
  2. "Wrong Address" by S. B. Duncan
  3. "Zia 14" by Karl Melton
  4. "Lots and Lots" by Carl Hughes
  5. "A Problem of Hair" by Justin Boote
  6. "Of Prey, of Death" by Joe Scipione
  7. "The Monster Game" by Joel R. Hunt
  8. "The Playhouse" by Georgia Cook
  9. "The Road Headed South" by Fritz Coleman
  10. "Luke De Foncé Du Nuage" by Tim Cummings
  11. "Monsters Follow Him Home" by Eric Del Carlo
  12. "Neighbors" by John W. Leonard
  13. "Local History" by Ron Ripley
©2021 Scare Street (P)2021 Scare Street

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