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One Night in Salem MOBI ↠ One Night PDF or


One Night in Salem [Read] ➪ One Night in Salem By Amber Newberry – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Throngs of tourists pack the streets from Derby to Essex Costumed children and adults visit haunted attractions and browse t shirt shops and street vendors’ booths A veiled figure appears and you ca Throngs of tourists pack the streets from Derby to Essex Costumed children and adults visit haunted attractions and browse t shirt shops and street vendors’ booths A veiled figure appears and you catch her out of the corner of your eye but she uickly disappears into the crowd or perhaps into thin air One Night PDF or The night is filled with laughter and screams as the living walk shoulder to shoulder with the dead Halloween in Salem has expanded into a month long celebration of all things creepy but in four hundred years of history October st has held many mysterious customs and dark events lost and forgotten in the passing of decades From the cursed Puritan settlers to the Great Salem Fire of and the whispers of war in to the story of a bullet hole in an alley on Gedney Street travel through time as ghosts mingle with the living glimpsing the Witch City on the most important night of the year October st.


6 thoughts on “One Night in Salem

  1. Maddi Maddi says:

    During the Spooky season I always have a million books I want to read I never have the time or energy so a set of short stories was just right Some of the stories in this book are a little to pointless gore for me Uploaded Vengeance specifically and I tended to enjoy the spookier ambiguous ones like The Haunting of Lafayette Street Maiden from the Sea and A Bullet Hole in an Alley Wall in Gedney StreetSome of the other stories like The Witch Who Blew in from the Sea ended uite abruptly and could have been expanded There were several grammatical errors in some of the stories that I think could have been caught before publication Overall I loved getting a peek into the minds of 23 new authors and each story set the mood for the best month of the year


  2. Aimee Aimee says:

    Fun read Diverse collection of short stories


  3. Chad McClendon Chad McClendon says:

    Maiden from the sea is the bomb this whole anthology is captivating and easy to read keep it up fun dead


  4. Charles Reis Charles Reis says:

    There's something for everyone in his horrorfantasy anthology The stories cover a wide range of genre and themes from from ghosts to witches to demons to pirates to killers The best part is all the authors did their research to be historically accurate when evoking a certain era It doesn't have to be Halloween to enjoy these tales


  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Great collection of stories


  6. Lauren Lauren says:

    This is a great little book with some real gems My personal favorites are The Haunting of Lafayette Street by Amber Newberry and Let's Kill Her by Samantha Lucero


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6 thoughts on “One Night in Salem

  1. Maddi Maddi says:

    During the Spooky season I always have a million books I want to read I never have the time or energy so a set of short stories was just right Some of the stories in this book are a little to pointless gore for me Uploaded Vengeance specifically and I tended to enjoy the spookier ambiguous ones like The Haunting of Lafayette Street Maiden from the Sea and A Bullet Hole in an Alley Wall in Gedney StreetSome of the other stories like The Witch Who Blew in from the Sea ended uite abruptly and could have been expanded There were several grammatical errors in some of the stories that I think could have been caught before publication Overall I loved getting a peek into the minds of 23 new authors and each story set the mood for the best month of the year

  2. Aimee Aimee says:

    Fun read Diverse collection of short stories

  3. Chad McClendon Chad McClendon says:

    Maiden from the sea is the bomb this whole anthology is captivating and easy to read keep it up fun dead

  4. Charles Reis Charles Reis says:

    There's something for everyone in his horrorfantasy anthology The stories cover a wide range of genre and themes from from ghosts to witches to demons to pirates to killers The best part is all the authors did their research to be historically accurate when evoking a certain era It doesn't have to be Halloween to enjoy these tales

  5. Stephanie Stephanie says:

    Great collection of stories

  6. Lauren Lauren says:

    This is a great little book with some real gems My personal favorites are The Haunting of Lafayette Street by Amber Newberry and Let's Kill Her by Samantha Lucero

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