Easy Way Out (The Dark Cells Volume One) S.L. Dixon

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Published: September 10th 2013

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234 pages


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Easy Way Out (The Dark Cells Volume One)  by  S.L. Dixon

Easy Way Out (The Dark Cells Volume One) by S.L. Dixon
September 10th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 234 pages | ISBN: | 7.55 Mb

A horror collection blurring the world of reality and the supernatural, in an eerie, unnerving set of tales.The title story, Easy Way Out, follows a husband and wife too deep into financial debt to see a way out until a morbid plan forms. It seems soMoreA horror collection blurring the world of reality and the supernatural, in an eerie, unnerving set of tales.The title story, Easy Way Out, follows a husband and wife too deep into financial debt to see a way out until a morbid plan forms.

It seems so easy until the cover up involves the murder of an innocent man, the plan to use the body as a decoy. Things get carried away and the murdered man follows the husband in the form of a ghost, warning him of a womans greed. Unhappy dead follow the couple on board a cruise ship, where a ghastly confrontation concludes the tale.Among Us: After finding an undefined species, an entomologist begins a discovery mission on the specimen, finding a few peculiar traits.

After hitting a block in the research, the entomologist discovers that the entire world knew of the species and their aggressive, yet familiar nature.A Girl Named Randi: A small girl realizes a bazaar talent, an unwelcome talent. All around her she sees the future fate of her family and neighbours until her visions ring true.The Christmas Angel: A young girl has the unlucky fortune of being adopted by an evil high-society family- only finding love from the familys nanny.

The girl finds a strange handmade angel that helps her remedy all of her problems.Tims Place: In a small town, population three-hundred, Little Tim takes over his dead fathers restaurant, but finds the food industry a little more stressful than expected, but the people of Sistine work together to make the restaurant can keep the grill going.



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