Stormi's Review: Twisted Tales from Tornado Alley by Stuart R. West
APC PUBLISHER: Grinning Skull Press RELEASED: September 26, 2018 GENRE: HORROR SHORT STORY LENGTH: 236 pages FORMAT: EBOOK, PAPERBACK
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Welcome to Tornado Alley, where the tales are as dangerous and as twisted as the storms
that ravage the great plains of Kansas.
Here, you'll meet an arachnophobe whose plans for a romantic weekend become
a nightmare far worse than anything she could ever have imagined.
Holidays are all about food and family, but this year there's a darkness hovering over
Don Carmelo's Thanksgiving feast.
A hen-pecked husband finally decides to heed his wife's advice to man up and become a man,but will she like the changes in her husband?
They say you should never judge a man until you've walked a mile in his shoes. Harv Perkins is about to find out what it's like to not only walk in another man's shoes, but to wear his skin as well.
Ding, dong, the witch is dead, that's what the residents of Beckham County are proclaiming.
But down in the morgue, something is stirring.
All these and more! Eleven tales to thrill and chill you! FOUR BOUNDLESS STARS
Tornado Alley isn't just a place for severe weather. It's also a place where strange things happen. Murders, creepy critters, ghosts....you name something strange, and it will probably happen in tornado alley. This is a set of short stories that are creepy and interesting all at the same time. Some were strange, while others were scary. All were written well and filled with imagination. I've never been big on short story books, but this one is an excellent little read that I wish I had saved for Halloween. It had just enough spook to keep you interested and reading. The author has an awesome imagination, and each story or this book as a whole shows that.