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February 2013. The day started out normal enough for Mel: emails, phone calls, and general business issues. His normal routine was about to be disrupted when the new General Manager, Cheryl, told him and Jimmy to evict the two hookers whose rent was three days past due. Mel shivered at the thought. The last eviction, six months ago, still haunted him. He couldn't erase theFebruary 2013. The day started out normal enough for Mel: emails, phone calls, and general business issues. His normal routine was about to be disrupted when the new General Manager, Cheryl, told him and Jimmy to evict the two hookers whose rent was three days past due. Mel shivered at the thought. The last eviction, six months ago, still haunted him. He couldn't erase the memory of the blood and gore, he and his partner RJ witnessed. What they saw reminded him of story the ole' timer told him about the unsolved murders of two oil men in 1973. Join Mel, as he embarks on a simple eviction that plunges him into the horrors and truths of the crimes from 1973. Get a copy today. You will never look at staying in a hotel the same way: ever!...

Title : Terror at The Sterling
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ISBN : 18039430
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 33 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Terror at The Sterling Reviews

  • Omnipotent Dystopian Now
    2019-04-06 12:16

    "Fresh Meat!"Strap in as author Jeff Dawson takes us for an eerie horror-show of a ride in Terror at The Sterling.This short story really packs in the gore as Sterling Hotel employee, Mel Thornton, finds himself in the company of seductive female flesh-eating entities who dwell in the timeless hotel. If you're into to stories like Stephen King's The Shining, this is for you!

  • Melissa ownsbey
    2019-03-28 15:58

    good reada nice shortbloody story

  • T.D. Bauer
    2019-04-19 10:08

    The main protagonist of the story, Mel Thornton, is in for a disturbing ride. If you like being freaked out with a mixture of suspense and some gore, then you will certainly enjoy this short tale by author Jeff Dawson.I thought the story itself was very interesting and I enjoyed the entire setting of a haunted hotel and its back history. I would certainly recommend this story to fans of horror looking for a quick read. However, I would warn any readers that the story is in need of editing and proper e-reader formatting.I would give this story a four star rating based on the premise and content alone. Due to the need for more editing and tuned formatting prior to publication, I give the overall rating of three stars.

  • Peggy
    2019-04-05 13:04

    Okay, so I love mysteries, and I read all the time out of my comfort zone and that's how I find new authors that I just love! Well Jeff Dawson has fallen in that category now! I loved this book! I loved all the twist and the turns and right when you think you have it all figured out then you get hot with another twist you don't see coming! I don't know how many times I had to stop for a second and go "what the hell!" If you haven't read this yet, I suggest you do!

  • Jessica Rister
    2019-04-19 12:04

    Be careful what job you take. It might be one you live to regret. The main character is made to throw these prostitutes out, just to find out they may not be all that they seem to be. Strange things happen in this book of horror.

  • Kami
    2019-04-21 18:15

    This is a creepy little tale reminiscent of The Shining, about Mel who starts the day trying to evict two hookers from the motel where he works. The writing and pacing of this fast moving short story is really good.

  • Elizabeth Wood
    2019-03-29 14:51

    Happy Hotel?This one grips you from the start. Mel is a typical guy, who finds he may not be in "Kansas" anymore. Short, but sweet story!

  • Jeff Dawson
    2019-03-28 11:10