The Dead Sea


      The Dead Sea
On the open seas, nothing is deadly than the cold and uncaring oceanuntil the dead start to rise from beneath the waves and take their vengeance on the living.Cruentus Libri Press brings you sixteen tales of horror and the macabre set upon the high seas, where vampires and zombies, werewolves and ghouls and every manner of undead fiend is ready to slake their thirst and where there is no escape, save for the cold, eternal embrace of the inky black water.The Dead Sea contains stories from the world s finest horror authors, including Chris Bauer, Cameron Suey, Jay Wilburn, Brent Nichols, Scott L Vannatter, Robbie MacNiven, W.B Stickel, Ken Goldman, Kevin G Bufton, Kristal Stittle, Christopher Hivner, Joanna Parypinski, Ken MacGregor, Paul S Huggins, Sara Taylor and Paco. New Download [ The Dead Sea ] author [ Kevin G. Bufton ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Between 2009 and 2017 Kevin G Bufton wrote a total of sixty nine short stories, which appeared in anthologies, magazines, and websites the world over.His entire back catalogue can be found in his 2017 collection The Basement Sessions Collected Fiction 2009 2017.Since 2017, he has chosen not to write anyfiction, content to columns and book reviews for his website.He lives in Birkenhead, on the Wirral Peninsula, with his wife and their two children, where he writes his darkest fiction whilst wearing his brightest shirts.He thinks the world could do withrum.

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  • Paperback
  • 178 pages
  • The Dead Sea
  • Kevin G. Bufton
  • English
  • 02 August 2018
  • 1478310596

10 thoughts on “ The Dead Sea

  1. says:

    A great, rare horror collection of tales set on the sea The Dead Sea.Here are several I liked The Curse of the Cristobel by Brent Nichols 5 5 Spanish conquistadores vs zombies Good characters, great writing, cool fight sequences Bad Fruit by W.B Stickel 4 5 A modern tale of castaways stranded on an island with mini...

  2. says:

    Read this book because Kristal Stittle has a story in it it was great A lot of the other stories were also great, some just so so Overall I enjoyed it.

  3. says:

    16 horror tales of varying quality, all dealing with, or taking place on, the sea Strongest, in my opinion, were The Curse of the Cristobel zombies vs Spanish conquistadores by Brent Nichols and Lost at Sea by Kristal Stittle, featuring a luxury yacht version of The Flying Dutchman Also interesting were Bad Fruit by W.B Stickel, Sharks Tooth by Ken Goldman, and Joanna Parypinski s The Island of Dr Moldovan, an alternate history story where Dracula has lived on for centuries and 16 horror tales of varying quality, all dealing with, or taking place on, the sea Strongest, in my opinion, were The Curse of the Cristobel zombies vs Spanish conquistadores by Brent Nichols and Lost at Sea by Kristal Stittle, featuring a luxury yacht version of...

  4. says:

    A mixed bag of short horror stories which share the common theme of being tied to the sea I liked Curse of the Cristobel best, closely followed by The island of Dr Moldovan , both alternate history stories Sharks Tooth was also fine, but the rest go to the lower region of interest, making the over...

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