This is an extreme and graphic horror novella for adult readers of splatterspunk-type stories.
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The treasure is buried away for centuries, hidden away in a secret chamber, with no precise suggestion of its existence, even after being scanned by archeologists with the most advanced and up-to-date equipment.The only clues to its whereabouts are an ancient riddle: where the last dwell, the markings on a tomb, and legends of treasure…
After travelling the world Mrs. Ethel Morris finally settled in a little quiet cul-de-sac in a small village called Massend. There are ten houses in her street, three of them empty. She resides in number seven. Enjoying the fine delights of tea sipped out of bone-china cups and happily tending to her beautiful rose bushes, she doesn’t require much to maintain her level of contentment - which increases, the more the body count rises in the street. Not all little old ladies are nice you see. Some of them may surprise you in ways you couldn’t imagine in a million years. They don’t all knit, play bingo or sit in a chair all day resting their aching elderly bones. Some of them are more active than you could possibly imagine, who could make the devil himself shudder and cower in fright in a corner. Others are capable of carrying out gruesome activities that could cause the most hardened crime scene officer to retch and faint with shock. Ethel Morris is even worse. She’s seventy-eight-years-old, highly intelligent, unbelievably devious and clever and, as she gradually descends into madness, she begins to ever so slowly self-destruct.
But why? What is her reason for behaving in such a gruesome and seemingly callous manner?
There are twists and suspenseful turns within this tale. Are you brave enough to read it?...