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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Cover Grabby-hands Syndrome: Fright Night series by Dan Soule

 Sometimes you run across a cover or series of covers that make you stop, bow down to the awesome, and maybe drool and develop grabby-hands.

Today, I give you Fright Nights Series (4 books) by Dan Soule

I'm a big horror fiction and art fan and Dan Soule's Fright Night covers caught my attention. As a series, the books really don't have a cohesive theme but I think it's okay in this case since all the books are stand-alone. Each cover tickles my horror artwork senses. Then I stalked his website and found he has some other worthy covers and at great FREE! 
Tooth and Claw is a free novella and if you sign up for his newsletter you get a five-story boxset with another awesome cover!

Dan Soule's books have earned my Grabby-hands stamp of approval
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What a horror bargain!
Neolithica is only $.99
In Tooth and Claw is FREE
AND Join Dan's ROTTEN ROW READER'S CLUB and get your 5-book boxed set now, including 2 anthologies and three all-time horror classics for FREE.

Neolithica: (Fright Nights)
by Dan Soule
Jan 20, 2020
390 pages
What happens when the archaeological find of a lifetime becomes a threat to life itself?

After the death of her husband, Professor Mirin Hassan wants life to return to normal for her and her son. But when construction workers discover an ancient body in a Scottish peat bog, Mirin has no choice but to investigate the intricately tattooed Neolithic boy. Media attention and professional rivalries become the least of her worries because something other than cameras followed the corpse back to the university. Something beyond reason. Something evil. Something Mirin and the entire world will wish had stayed buried.

The must read horror of the year, Neolithica escalates to a shattering conclusion, in which the lives of a mother and son are intertwined with the fate of all humanity. A novel as epic in its vision as it is up close and personal with its frights. You won't want to miss this one.

About the Author
Okay, it’s a bit dramatic, but we’re just setting the mood. I sit here, writing from my crypt, Cassandra, my one-eye cat psychopathically keeping down the rat population around my feet. We’ve had a particularly good crop of fungus from the walls this year. Come the winter we’ll be well fed but our dreams will be plagued with stomach cramps and terrible hallucinations. But it fuels the writing.

If you are feeling brave, take a look around, browse the stacks before the damp destroys the parchment. Fortunately, if you like what you see copies are available for your ebook readers or to buy from various codex emporiums.

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So until you dream, safe travels. But remember, don’t stray from the path…

In reality, I was born and raised in Nottinghamshire, England, growing up in a small cathedral town called Southwell. I moved to Glasgow, Scotland aged 19 and met my now wife, a Northern Irish girl. Hence, I now live in Northern Ireland on the beautiful Antrim Coast, with my wife and two children, Cassie the cat and Jessie the dog.
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