Tales from the Dead - Second Edition

Tales from the Dead - Second Edition

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Dead Men do tell tales in this collection of stories from beyond death. Jeffrey Kosh invites you to experience the horrors - and the emotions - of those who didn't go away. Follow Armand Bouvier as he raises from the lake he was drowned in to bring his terrible revenge in REVENANT. Witness the quest of a lost soul for the warmth of life in HAUNT. Listen to the ramblings of a maddened undead sorcerer in STRYX. Smell the carnage in the aftermath of a horrible Civil War battle in THE SOUTH WILL RISE AGAIN. Join the crew of the Banshee's Cry in the legend of DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES. And finally, go inside the feverish mind of the only survivor of a brutal pirate attack in BLACK BRIG. They are all here.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 184 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 10.41mm | 258.55g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507543158
  • 9781507543153

About Jeffrey Kosh

Jeffrey Kosh is the pen name of an author of two novels, some novelettes, and a long series of short stories. Perhaps best known for his horror fiction, Jeffrey also writes erotica and likes to experience different paths. His works have been published by Alexandria Publishing Group, Grinning Skull Press, May-December Publications, and EFW. He is also a graphic artist, creating covers for various authors and publishing houses. His various careers have led him to travel extensively worldwide, developing a passion for photography, wildlife, history, and popular folklore. All these things heavy influenced his writing style. His short story 'HAUNT' was featured in the 'FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE' anthology, while 'ROAD OFF' became the lead in the 'SCARE PACKAGE' anthology. His debut novel, 'FEEDING THE URGE' is now at its second edition. He loves kayaking, horseback riding, hiking, and never relaxes.show more