Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness
By Tony Tremblay
Following his critically hailed first collection The Seeds of Nightmares, and fresh off his Bram Stoker-nominated novel The Moore House, Tony Tremblay offers up his second collection of tales in Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness. As with his first collection, these stories cover a range of genres, all guaranteed to provoke a variety of emotions from abject horror to amusing chills, all honed to a razor’s edge.
The eleven stories in Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness include his post-apocalyptic novella Steel, the acclaimed title story “Blue Stars”, as well as nine other journeys into the realms of despair, demonic possession, and madness.
Also included in Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness is the never-before-published short story “Trout Fishing At Glen Lake”, featuring one of the central characters in The Moore House—the pawnshop owner. “Trout Fishing at Glen Lake” further explores the pawnshop mythos in a blood-soaked tale that will leave readers shocked and heartbroken.
Dive in to Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness, eleven tales spanning Tremblay’s first published story to his latest, and be prepared to be devilishly entertained.
Stories included in this collection:
The Scum Bar
Incident of N.H. Route 666
The Reverend’s Wife
Trout Fishing at Glen Lake
The Little Man