12 Deaths of Christmas: A Chilling Horror Anthology
12 stories of terror.
Demons from hell. Gods and Devils. Unspeakable monstrosities. Humans with a taste for flesh.
An upscale clothing store in the middle of New York City that offers its customers more than they bargained for.
A prodigal son returns home for his aunt’s funeral, only to discover that an ancient entity awaits.
A town shelters against the first snow, and the evil it brings.
A mad king. A hired assassin. A world in the balance and an eternal force manipulating all of them.
And seven other tales of horror that will forever change the way you experience the holiday season.
Twelve wicked tales of holiday horror to fill the long, dark nights of the season … with dread.
‘Tis the season … to die.
The perfect horror anthology for any horror fan still trying to scratch their Clive Barker "Books of Blood" itch.
"A great, though disturbing, read that I couldn't read before bed!" -- Natalie
"Hooked after the first story, and 11 more twisted tales later, this horror anthology doesn't disappoint!" -- Jason
"It was hair-standing-on-end-scary. Really gave me the willies. Any horror fan should definitely check this out." -- Kevin
"Walking in a Winter Harvestland"
"I'm Dreaming of a Whiteout"
"Hung By the Fire"
"I Saw Mommy Killing Santa Claus"
"Roasting on an Open Fire"
"The Most Terrifying Time of the Year"
"Dear Savior Born"
"The Three Wives' Men"
Are you ready to face the monsters, human and supernatural, that fill the pages of 12 Deaths of Christmas? Fill your nights with hopeless gloom and despair … if you’re brave enough.
Experience the horror! Snag your copy!
What Readers Are Saying About Paul Sating
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