Read Cranial Leakage: Tales from the Grinning Skull, Volume II by Mark McLaughlin Catherine Grant Jonah Buck Lyn McConchie R.T. Tandy Michael J. Labbe Joshua Dobson Kevin Bampton Online

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A religious order, believing themselves to be entrusted by God with certain secrets, will stop at nothing to keep those secrets safe A haunted movie theater holds the key to a famous Scream Queen's return to life In an attempt to recapture his glory days at the height of the apocalypse, a bitter, insecure security guard commits a desperate act There is no art without sacriA religious order, believing themselves to be entrusted by God with certain secrets, will stop at nothing to keep those secrets safe A haunted movie theater holds the key to a famous Scream Queen's return to life In an attempt to recapture his glory days at the height of the apocalypse, a bitter, insecure security guard commits a desperate act There is no art without sacrifice, as an aspiring poet is about to discover A random act of kindness turns into a nightmare for one family A demon goes out of his way to do good deeds, much to the confusion of his trainee Three detectives receive an assignment that lands them in an evolutionary nightmare A night auction that deals in human suffering attracts a clientele out of our worst nightmares ...

Title : Cranial Leakage: Tales from the Grinning Skull, Volume II
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ISBN : 32835344
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 317 Pages
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Cranial Leakage: Tales from the Grinning Skull, Volume II Reviews

  • March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room
    2018-10-31 21:59

    Review of CRANIAL LEAKAGE: TALES FROM THE GRINNING SKULL VOLUME IIAn engrossing 17 tales of literate horror to keep you awake at night, peering over your shoulder, identifying sounds out of place, this wonderful second collection from Grinning Skull Press inspires both thought and imagination. I won't pick a favorite, but I will say I am STILL checking over my shoulder, hoping not to see an Ifrit (or a hungry stray cat). I recommend tasting one story at a time, maybe at bedtime--or when home alone--or during a thunderstorm, reading by flashlight after the lights go out. It's really better if you don't turn around.....

  • Kevin Bampton
    2018-11-02 02:06

    A nice selection of tales. A mixed bag of styles.

  • Mark McLaughlin
    2018-11-06 22:09