Six Scary Tales Vol. 3

Six Scary Tales Vol Six horror stories by the Mistress of the Macabre Rayne Hall Volume contains the following stories Turkish Night Never Leave Me The Colour of Dishonour Beltane The Painted Staircase I Dived Th

  • Title: Six Scary Tales Vol. 3
  • Author: Rayne Hall
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 361
  • Format: ebook
  • Six horror stories by the Mistress of the Macabre, Rayne Hall.Volume 3 contains the following stories Turkish Night, Never Leave Me, The Colour of Dishonour, Beltane, The Painted Staircase, I Dived The Pandora.ABOUT THE SIX SCARY TALES SERIESThese stories are creepy and psychological than violent and gory However, they may contain brief graphic elements and cSix horror stories by the Mistress of the Macabre, Rayne Hall.Volume 3 contains the following stories Turkish Night, Never Leave Me, The Colour of Dishonour, Beltane, The Painted Staircase, I Dived The Pandora.ABOUT THE SIX SCARY TALES SERIESThese stories are creepy and psychological than violent and gory However, they may contain brief graphic elements and can be disturbing They re not recommended for readers under the age of thirteen.Some of the stories have been previously published in magazines, ezines, printed books and anthologies British spellings.

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    1. This is the third set in the series and another one that I received free in exchange for my HONEST review.Turkish Night - Very good story with an unexpected ending.Never Leave Me - Crazy!!The Painted Staircase - Interesting story with an interesting thought process.The Colour of Dishonour - I liked this story but wanted more from the ending.Beltane - Left me a little confused, I guess because I didn't feel that, after the story that I read, there was enough of an ending. (You, of course, may fee [...]

    2. This is the third scary story collection in Rayne Hall's scary tales anthology series. I'm a total fan of Rayne Hall as a horror story writer and first found her work in ezines. I like reading horror stories, because they're a rush to read, you can experience the vicarious thrills that reading horror stories or watching horror films is all about. This scary tales collection has a little more blood and gore than the previous two anthologies in the series, but all in context. My favorite story in [...]

    3. I received this book in exchange for my honest review. As I have just recently finished Thirty Scary Tales by Rayne Hall, I already was well acquainted with these short stories in this collection, so they are fresh in my mind."The Colour of Dishonour" stood out for me, a story of guilt and how it can eat you alive. It's also a story of greed and how it can destroy. This is one man whose blood on his hands cannot be hidden.Masterfully written. They remind us that what goes around, comes around.

    4. I did enjoy reading each story, but they did not pull me in as sometimes stories do. It was as if I was just reading for the sake of reading. Also not as scary as I thought it would be.

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