Baltimore : Cemetery Dance Publications, 2018.
Description: 299 pages ; 24 cm
"From the mind of the man Stephen King calls 'a master of the macabre' comes a brilliant new collection of no-punches-pulled horror stories, some never-before-collected and many originals that have never been published anywhere before. Bentley Little can take the innocuous, twist it around, and write a story that will change your way of thinking. Walking alone: short stories is a shining example of his talent to scare you, creep you out, and make you shudder. There's a little something for every reader of horror and twisted suspense in this very special volume. Just don't be caught reading alone after dark!"--Jacket flap.
Contents: Milk ranch point -- Snow -- Children's Hospital -- Palm reader -- Slam dance -- Last rodeo on the circuit -- The car wash -- The feeb -- The mall -- Hunting -- The piano player has no fingers -- The man who watched cartoons -- Apt punishment -- Black Friday -- MoNA Retrospective, Los Angeles -- Jorgensen's fence -- The silence of trees -- Sticky note -- The smell of overripe loquats -- The maid -- Schoolgirls -- Under Midwest skies -- Pictures of Huxley -- My college admission essay -- Pool, air conditioning, free HBO -- The train -- A random thought from God's day.
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