A light month for DarkFuse in August, but it's about quality over quantity, and it's the former that Darkfuse always delivers.

 

He Waits
Written by JG Faherty
Novel published by Delirium Books
$4.99 (Kindle Edition), $30 (Limited Hardcover)
Released on August 21st, 2012

For more than 30 years, Ron Francis has been haunted by the death of his younger brother, Stu. Everyone believed Stu died when he fell into the old well, because that’s what Ron told them. But only Ron knows the real truth: Stu didn’t fall, he was dragged into the well by something with red eyes and sharp claws.

In 1980, Ron did nothing to save his brother. But when his own children suffer the same terrible fate, Ron puts his fear aside and ventures into the dark depths, determined to find them and rid the town of the evil plague living beneath it.

But down in those dark depths, Ron discovers something much more terrible than even his worst nightmares.

 

Puppet Graveyard
Written by Tim Curran
Novel published by Delirium Books
$4.99 (Kindle Edition), $30.00 (Limited Hardcover)
Released on August 21st, 2012

Five months after her sister Gloria disappeared, Kitty Seevers receives a lock of Gloria's hair in the mail. No return address. Just a cryptic message that brings Kitty to the Bamboo Lounge and into the twisted realm of ventriloquist Ronny McBane and his dummy, Piggy.

Kitty descends into a haunted place where reality is frayed, where the puppetmaster and puppet seem to have reversed roles — a nightmare place where a dummy moves and speaks when his master is nowhere near him.

Kitty suspects not only is there something wrong with McBane and his dummy, but a greater evil is at work as those named by the dummy are dying horrible deaths. And now she has been named by the same soul-eater that destroyed her sister.

 

 

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Steve Pattee
Author: Steve Pattee
Administrator, US Editor
He's the puppet master. You don't see him, but he pulls the strings that gets things done. He's the silent partner. He's black ops. If you notice his presence, it's the last thing you'll notice — because now you're dead. He's the shadow you thought you saw in that dark alleyway. You can have a conversation with him, and when you turn around to offer him a cup of coffee, he's already gone.
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