Welcome, dear Reader, to Tales from the Teeth, a collection of your fondest dreams and weirdest nightmares.
In these pages you will find tales of dark fantasy and horror, angels and demons, murder, sex, drugs, magic, romance, judo, snakes, bugs, natural disasters, garden gnomes, and a zombie apocalypse. If any of this offends you…
Read it anyway. It’ll do you good.
The horror short stories within the Teeth include…
Java: A Cautionary Tale - A harried office worker has a bad Monday when a special cup of coffee exposes his co-workers for the walking dead they truly are. Luckily our man is quick with a gun – but is he quick enough to survive a zombie apocalypse?
She Swelled from the Sea - When the monster who killed his wife returns to destroy his home, Apollo, a simple island fisherman, must flee with his daughter to the open sea. But can they outrun the Beast that would devour them?
Mick the Knife - Psychological suspense thrillers don’t get much creepier than a story of a contract hitman who flays his victims… but wait ‘til you see what he does with their skin.
On Grandma’s Grave - A woman finds a young man in a suit sleeping on her Nana’s final resting place, in the oddest paranormal comedy romance this side of Twilight.
Closing Time - An angel and a demon meet up for a beer in a southern dive bar to discuss the fate of the world – or to kill each other.
… and many more!
Filled with violence, sex, suspense, dark humor, and beautiful illustrations to bend your brain, Tales from the Teeth is guaranteed to keep you up at night, wanting more.
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