Two New Book from Jason D. Brawn

Ray Blackstone barely survives a fatal car crash, emerging from the wreckage battered and bruised.  But he has only one recollection: the police were hot on his pursuit, following a daring bank raid.  Now, he has awoken in the remote woodlands, surrounded with tall trees or wreckage in sight. 

Ray and his cronies find themselves battling the blistering wind and getting lost.  Then, strange happenings begin to occur around Ray, ultimately leading him and his cohorts to a neglected log cabin.  Heedless to danger, they decide to take refuge in this cabin for the night; and soon Ray learns the real reason they survived the crash and what’s in store for them.
Perhaps they have not escaped Death after all!


The novelette also includes a bonus story, titled, OUT OF ORDER.





August 1979.  What should have been a bank holiday weekend for a group of teenagers, celebrating their A-level success, turns out to be a weekend of hell. 
Four eighteen-year-olds, on their way to a music festival, are driven to an isolated lake, somewhere in the North York moors, where they are told a folktale about a demon that haunts the site.
Afterwards, the van won’t start; and feeling stranded in the middle of nowhere, the teens have no alternative, but to camp for the night.  Their friend, who brought them there, however, harbours a sinister agenda that involves the lake’s legend.
No one can hear their screams!

The novelette also includes bonus short stories:
THE FIGURE IN WHITE
THE COFFIN
THE LAST TRAIN
A FIELD OF NIGHTMARES

BOTH EBOOKS OUT
HALLOWEEN 2012
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