Two brothers stumble upon a website so entrancing that it marks them for death. A murderous drifter wanders into the wrong bar on a snowy night. A lovesick executive rents a hideous creature bred to nibble his cares away.
They and others become victims of a mysterious stranger who lives in these mountains. His hand is fashioned from the oldest darkness man has ever known—the night sky. He is a trickster, a prankster, a demonic being who desires only to wreak casual violence on every person he meets. He’s about to offer you a bargain. Don’t trust him.
Arm of Darkness contains six short stories of horror. Three of those stories (shown below) are also sold separately.
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The following shorts appeared online or in magazines.
A few are now available for sale. (hint, HINT.)
“Even,” Shotgun Honey (August 20, 2012).
"How Lil' Jimmie Beat the Big C," first appeared in Shotgun Honey (May 12, 2014).
* Winner of the 2015 Derringer Award for Flash Fiction!
"Scintilla" first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (July/August 2015).
"Wood Man" first appeared in Shotgun Honey (June 12, 2015)
The poem, "Predator and Prey," first appeared at The Five-Two during the week of July 27, 2015.
"The Truth of What You've Become" first appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine (November 2015).
"The Woman in the Briefcase" first appeared in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (March/April 2016).
"Double-Slay" first appeared in Mystery Weekly (April 2017).
"Her Father's Killer," Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine, Issue TBD