In the End, Only Darkness




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

Short Stories:
Jasmine and Garlic
Attainable Beauty
Huntin’ Season
Vade in Pacem
Five Adjectives about My Dad, by Nadine Specter
The Rest of Larry
Maternal Instinct
The Three Wishes of Henry Hoggan
Not with a Bang but a Whimper
Oral Mohel
Someone’s Sister
Dancing into October Country
Feeding Desire (with Jack Fisher)
Nurturing Type

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