THE DROWNING GAME is Not a Game You Want to Miss

The Drowning Game: A Novella of the Supernatural Plus Six Other Spine-Tingling Tales by [Nightshade, Jane]
The Drowning Game: A Novella of the Supernatural Plus Six Other Spine-Tingling Tales 
by Jane Nightshade

In the tradition of Ray Bradbury comes this collection of "spine-tingling tales." Not only is Nightshade's name inspired by the classic author, but her prose is as effective and haunting, lingering with the reader long after its conclusion. 

Welcome to the Sutton County Line. . .
It was the hottest summer on record in Sutton County, and Sandy and her friends were desperately in need of a swimming pool. There was a perfectly good one going to waste right in Sandy’s neighborhood—a pool that belonged to the rambling, empty old mansion behind her house—a pool that no one ever used. Until one blisteringly hot summer afternoon, Sandy and her friends made the mistake of trespassing on the mansion’s grounds and taking a dip the pool. Soon they found that something terrible lurked in the pool—something that would prove the old saying that Sandy sometimes heard around town when growing up: “You never know what will happen, once a body crosses over the Sutton County Line.” It was a lesson that Sandy would learn again and again, in a novella and six other spine-tingling tales of the supernatural from horror author Jane Nightshade. Visit the haunted swimming pool of the old Sutton Mansion; the enchanted Old West-themed shopping center in downtown Sutton; the old saloon where an elderly barfly confronts his part in a mass murder, and the other dark places of Sutton County.


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