WHAT PRICE GORY? is the new horror collection from Terry M. West, the critically-acclaimed author of A PSYCHO’S MEDLEY and the filmmaker best known for FLESH FOR THE BEAST. WHAT PRICE GORY? is a collection of weird supernatural stories. Monsters and demons abound in these tales. The collection is 48,000 words and features the following stories:
What Price Gory?: Two famous horror authors have a supernatural contest of the imagination to crown the true king of horror.
Car Nex: A God-fearing man accidently calls forth a hungry demon from an ancient book of shadows.
The Hermit’s Creepy Pet: An ill-tempered hermit captures a local urban legend in a bear trap.
Held Over: Welcome to the Milburn and Stein Home for Continuance. It is a first class living community for the recently undead.
The Hairy Ones: An elderly couple living deep in the woods prepares a sacrifice for the Hairy Ones on All Hallow’s Eve.
Cecil & Bubba meet a Succubus: Two good old boys who are strapped for cash hire on to a paranormal investigation and are soon haunted by a seductive demon.
Put on a Happy Face: Susie Monroe hides in an old house with her brother, Billy. Billy is a shadow man who wears many faces. But none of them are his.
Midnight Snack: Calvin Winslow gets lost during a late night drive and he finds a strange and dangerous place on the back roads.
This collection also features a sneak preview of the novella currently under work: Cecil and Bubba meet the Thang.
When asked about his newest collection, West said, “What Price Gory? shows my love for retro horror. These tales have been influenced by television shows like The Twilight Zone, Night Gallery and Tales from the Darkside. I think this collection holds some of my best work, and I am excited for the release.”
What Price Gory? is being published by Pleasant Storm Entertainment, Inc. and it will be available on Amazon.com originally as a Kindle release, with a print version to come. It will have a special introductory price of .99 cents for a limited time. Release date is Friday, December 13, 2013!
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