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Terror Organic - a collection of macabre tales Jacob Prytherch

Terror Organic - a collection of macabre tales

Jacob Prytherch

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Terror Organic is a collection of macabre and chilling short stories from Jacob Prytherch, author of The Binary Man.The Grey ManAccording to Albert, he only saw the Grey Man three times in his life. The third time was the only occasion that wasMoreTerror Organic is a collection of macabre and chilling short stories from Jacob Prytherch, author of The Binary Man.The Grey ManAccording to Albert, he only saw the Grey Man three times in his life. The third time was the only occasion that was expected...The Uncanny Mr. BonesWilliam Crouch is not one to hold down a job for long but his latest occupation has several perks, mainly to do with the easy access to other peoples stored wealth. The night is a lonely time though, and sounds carry... especially the tapping of fingers on glass.Just One DayThe engineer awoke to the sound of the failing air conditioning, knowing four things above all else. He knew exactly who would be beating a monotonous rhythm on the door, he knew that he had to kill them, he knew that they would already be dead and rotting, and he was painfully aware that they would not be alone...CarnivalAfter agreeing to take on what seems like a mundane story about the unique city and its planned road bridge, journalist James Maynard finds himself uncovering a disturbing underbelly to the local customs, and a hideous core to the notion of Venetian pride.Not even the might of Mussolini can truly kill the Carnival.Carnival is an atmospheric weird fiction novella set in a time of European upheaval, where the past and the future collide.The House On The BayAn old house stares out across a blasted bay of grey rock and clinging grass, but even though the house is silent and choked with dust, it is far from empty.WordsIvan Smith is surrounded by words, yet he loathes them. They are a necessary evil in his career as a writer, always clamouring for attention when he would rather lose himself in music. As he continues to churn out the multitude of narratives in his head his belly once again feels empty. He needs food before he can continue. What harm could there be in a simple walk to the village?Skin BabyA scientist offers a demonstration to his superior, with tragic results.The Man Of DreamsThe Man of Dreams has a face of stark detail in a blurred world of mud and water. Why does he pursue me throughout my life? Why can I not see the world clearly? Why did I not recognise him?ShredWhen Aleister Ward left the Wyldston police force to become a private investigator he hoped that the horrors that he had seen in his past would remain solely in his nightmares, however his newest case threatens to open up old wounds and create vicious new ones...