In the End, Only Darkness
By Monica J. O’Rourke
Eighteen horror stories (and a few poems) ranging from quietly subtle to stomach-churning disgusting, this collection features fiction that will entertain or repulse almost anyone. Featuring an Introduction by gore master Wrath James White!
Read about a gynecological visit gone very wrong … a woman’s obsession with a Georgia O’Keeffe painting … a former sheriff forced to hunt children overtaken during a zombie plague … a mohel who performs circumcisions in a most unique way … or a graphic story about three young men who conduct an experiment on a fourth boy—an experiment held in a secret room involving melted metals.
Included in this collection:
What She Sees
Jasmine and Garlic
Vade in Pacem
Five Adjectives about My Dad, by Nadine Specter
The Rest of Larry
The Three Wishes of Henry Hoggan
Not with a Bang but a Whimper
Dancing into October Country
Feeding Desire (with Jack Fisher)