Autographed paperback of Shadows
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From the bestselling, award-winning author of “Conduit” and “The Boys Club” comes a collection of six short stories designed to illicit chills and keep you up at night. Shadows takes readers on a thrill ride through tales of hospital rooms and haunted houses, while battling everything from serial killers to spirits.
Shadows: A young women finds herself in the psych ward after a suicide attempt… and she’s not alone.
Reflection: After an amazing photo session with a client, a photographer experiences strange phenomena.
Sold: A group of ghost hunters film a Halloween television special in the haunted home of a deceased serial killer.
Flawless: The “perfect” man gives a woman a green diamond that may just have a sinister design.
Cycle of Life: After the untimely death of her husband, Pearl Mackleburn decides to put his beloved cat to sleep.
The First Step (co-authored with bestselling author, Marisa Oldham): Following a terrifying ordeal, Adele has wrapped herself up in the comfort of her own home for the past four years. Can one man bring her the courage she needs to take the first step into a new world?
**5-star review from Readers’ Favorite**
“Shadows by Angie Martin is a fresh and frightening trek into the world of psychological horror… Martin writes horror and violence, and fear and loathing with poetic shock, making me take in breath and banish chills… All in all, I’d say that Angie Martin’s Shadows hits a ghastly home run. I found my mind taking each story to the next thought, the next scene, the next awful problem. In Shadows, I didn’t just read a tale and move on; I couldn’t. Martin is a genius at placing readers inside the head of the frightened person and then keeping them there. Angie Martin, though she advises that Shadows is her first visit to the horror genre, writes it like she’s been doing it for a very long time. Keep an eye on this author. She’s going places.”