Something in the Cellar

Something in the Cellar
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Genres: Horror, Short Stories, Thriller
Publisher: Higher Bank Books
Publication Year: 2012
Sandra Bates is a regular woman. She goes about her daily life as a hairdresser with minimal fuss and does a fine job of looking after her young son. But she has a secret. A deadly, murderous secret. And he's lying at the foot of her cellar... Something in the Cellar is a pair of creepy suspense thriller Twilight Zone style short stories from Ryan Casey, bestselling author of Dead Days and the Brian McDone series.

Overview

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Sandra Bates is a regular woman. She goes about her daily life as a hairdresser with minimal fuss and does a fine job of looking after her young son. 

But she has a secret. A deadly, murderous secret. 

And he’s lying at the foot of her cellar… 

The bonus story – The Runaway – follows a mysterious character as they escape the depths of a dark, industrial tunnel. Who is the unnamed ‘He’ that the protagonist is obsessed with, and just what exactly are they running from? 

Something in the Cellar is a pair of creepy suspense Twilight Zone style short stories with twists and turns from Ryan Casey, bestselling author of Dead Days and the Brian McDone series.

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