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Publisher's Summary

It’s always darkest before dawn....

A good Samaritan’s efforts to help a little girl go horribly wrong. A dying patient’s gift to his caretaker takes a sinister turn. And two friends discover a grisly surprise in an abandoned parking lot....

Scare Street is proud to present the best in bone-chilling supernatural horror. This volume contains three macabre morsels for your listening pleasure. Each ghastly tale is guaranteed to keep you up late, burning the midnight oil. 

You feel compelled to keep listening. A voice echoes in every room, telling you to stay awake. Something sinister clutches you in an icy grip of fear and it won’t let go until the first light of dawn. 

Assuming you make it through the night....

©2019 Scare Street (P)2020 Scare Street

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  • KC
  • 31-05-2020

Another great collection

look forward to the next book in this series. They are original and very good. The storylines are well described with interesting characters. You have the best of scare street authors. Ron Ripley always leaves you on the edge of your seat.
Rowan Rook was new to me and does a great job. I love Sarah Clancy so step in and spend an evening with horror and enjoy these stories. The narration is great and will maintain your interest.

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  • kixfan
  • 02-04-2020

Awesome!

Another great set of horror stories from Scare Street. This is my 5th ser and I'm loving these. Highly recommended!

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  • t pizek
  • 23-02-2020

Short Stories 5

Loved all the authors in this series ! Thom Bowers is so easy to listen to. Can't wait for the next book !

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  • Mom24Monsters
  • 19-01-2020

Each of the story played on one beer or another.

Mold? In my eyes, worse than a dead body, unless of course, the dead body is still moving. Each story is creepy in its own right!

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  • willee
  • 13-01-2020

Don't Assume Anything

I totally enjoyed listening to these short diverse horror stories and love the author’s vivid imaginations. First I liked Parked Cars (do not investigate into cars late in parking lots you will be in for a disaster as Gwen and Midori discover), Little Girl Lost (do not assume a voice is innocent, poor Ethan) and The Gift (do not accepts gifts especially if OCD with cleanliness).

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  • Katie Sutliff
  • 12-01-2020

Good collection

This is a good collection. I feel like there was a common underlying theme of ‘mind your own business and walk away when things feel wrong’ in all three of the stories, though they are all very different! Thom Bowers does a great job narrating and giving characters different voices.

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  • Mac
  • 10-03-2020

Awesome

I really loved this book. Great storyline and amazing characters. I highly recommend this series. A bit short but really good.
The narrator is pretty good too
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