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Chained (Short Horror Tales Book 3)

A house of death... And one survivor.

Chained (Short Horror Tales Book 3)

by Ian Thompson

A house of death... And one survivor.

A derelict building. The police find forty-two human skeletons... and one man chained to a wall. He is barely alive. He looks helpless, starved and possibly tortured. What happened to him? What did he witness? What is responsible for all the horrors of this house? And what is the reason for the victim’s strange, desperate request?

‘Chained’ is the third in a series of Short Horror Tales - quick reads written to captivate the reader with thrills, chills and unexpected twists... So why not join the police at the crime scene and uncover the horrific truth that lies there?

Here are some reviews from this author’s horror releases:

“...extremely well written and very dark. The author did a great job of creating a palpable sense of doom that surrounds the main character from the beginning, and then creating more tension and horror as the story went on...” (Into The Hole)
“...well-written, descriptive and enthralling page-turner, that’s not for the faint-hearted... The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat...” (God Of War)

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Genres: Action, Horror, Mystery, Short Stories, Suspense, Thriller

Google Category: Media > Books > Fiction > Horror Novels

Pages: 25


Sales Rank: 3228479

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