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You are about to enter a world of terror and pain!
In “Beta,” a monster terrorizes an isolated village in the mountains of Eastern Europe, draining the blood of its victims, leaving them frozen in the snow. The villagers hunt wolves, decapitate “vampires,” but the murders continue. As each new body is found, the residents grow more and more paranoid. Then the cobbler’s son decides to investigate, discovering a terror that puts him in mortal danger. Who will be next? Will it ever end?
In “Salvation,” a young girl and her friends discover a Federal soldier lying up against the fence that shelters her village from the outside world. He’s injured and in pain, and tells the girl to go get help. She does, braving the Ring and the terrible beasts that live there. She’ll tell the adults about the soldier, but the kind of help they’ll give him isn’t the kind he wants.
In “City of Salt,” a desperate man searches for salt in a post-apocalyptic city, despite the mutants that lurk the streets, hunting for human flesh.
In “Prey,” an old man with discovers a gruesome new fertilizer for his beloved flowers.
And in Raleigh’s Prep, a novel, Topher, Michael, and Kenneth find a mangled body on the rugby field of their new school. They decide to investigate– inadvertently unleashing the horror that lurks in the woods that surrounds the campus.
These are just a few of the macabre stories found within. Enter– IF YOU DARE!
"Truly fascinating and worth the time. I will be glad to have them close at hand to reread them."-- Mary Ann, Amazon Reviewer
"My favorites were 'Beta', regarding a remote village being terrorized by . . . something in the woods, and 'Under the Rocks,' which dealt with a river and the monster therein. The novella was different as well; interesting characters, quite a lot of death and gore and some twists and turns. I look forward to reading more of Mr. Noll's work in the future!"-- Robin Abess, Amazon Reviewer
"'Beta' was my favorite-- it kept me guessing until the end and I loved the surprise ending." Anne (w/an E), Goodreads Reviewer
"Raleigh's Prep: This was a good start to what it apparently a trilogy of books. There was a lot of action and good character development. I really enjoyed the main characters. There were several times that I found myself laughing out loud because the dialogue was so witty - something that I most definitely appreciate in a book. The monsters were fascinating (and I am far too amused by the idea of a "werepyre", hehe!) I am interested in seeing how everything plays out." Ashley, Goodreads Reviewer