Friday, October 30, 2015

Scary Halloween reading

It is one day before Hallowe'en, kiddies and grown ups. Anyone up for a good, scary read? My debut horror novel Town & Train from Lethe Press is "one ride you won't want to miss" says Chrissy Steinbock in her recent glowing review for Apt613.

And the book's here. Here's what the back cover says:

In a small Ontario town, seventeen-year-old John Daniel wakes by the railroad tracks with no recollection of how he got there. Something called him from his bed. Officer David Forester, a recent transfer from Toronto, struggles to fit into the local police force, despite resistance from established circles. Both soon suspect a more pervasive and menacing collusion occurring in town when an antique steam train arrives late in the night. At the phantasmal engine, a conductor promises the desperate locals escape from their town dying with so many closed stores and shattered dreams—but there is no denying what the stranger really brings is the stuff off nightmares.

“A ticket to ride an antique train, mysterious dream visions and vanishing towns—these are the things that will set your heart racing in James K Moran's very welcome addition to small-town horror stories. Wondrously weird and eerily compelling, it is a knockout.”
—Jeffrey Round, author of the Lambda Award-winning Lake on the Mountain and The Honey Locust

Just a reminder that Town & Train is available in Kindle and hard copy on amazon.caamazon.comBarnes & Nobles in the U.S. You can also find the book at independent Canadian bookstores such as Toronto's Glad Day Bookshop, Kingston's Novel Idea and Ottawa's After StonewallPerfect Books and Black Squirrel Books & Tea.
Photo by Anita Dolman.

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