My collection of horror short stories, A Night in the House, will be free on Amazon from 23rd to 25th January. Go ahead and download it now.
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Here's what the reviewers say:
"The writer really knows how to pull you in and keep you on the edge of your seat!"
"It was a page turner and liked the horror and suspense of the book."
"A Night In The House was quite different from what I am used to reading."
Here's the blurb:
A Night in the House is a collection of eight horror stories, set in the background of different towns and cities of India. There are stories set in the teeming and congested metropolis of Chennai and Pune, as well as lonely villages and forests of Rajasthan and Kerala. There are ghosts and spirits, as well as human folly. There are myths, legends and well, of course, plenty of imagination.
Synopsis of the stories:
The Remnants of Emergency - Tara and her friends are on a ghost hunting trip to an old bungalow, but they are unaware that the ghosts from India's dark period of emergency have risen
The Bus Ride - A bus trip in Chennai turns out to be the rendezvous with the evil
A Night in the House - Pune is shivering in the cold and thankless winter nights, and it seems that the Prince of Transylvania has risen from his grave
The Night at the Kavu - The sanctity of temples should be kept, or hell will break loose
The Haunted Lane - A night of booze drives a bunch of friends into devil's own hands
The Dances with the Past - The deserts of Rajasthan may seem forlorn and silent, but few knows about the terrors of the past
The Dark Forest - A picnic in forest turns out to be the last for a group of young people
The Rendezvous - The Yakshi (female ghost) returns