They Mostly Come At Night by Wesley Southard

- Cynthia is employed by the well established Courier Press, her profession allows her to evaluate restaurants by sampling their dishes. However when she seeks out a mysterious chef she gets much more than what she bargained for as she discovers a horrific phenomenon. - When a group of bachelor partiers begin their vacation, a pit stop is made in the isolated town of Prancer. A small community that holds dark secrets of sexual spirit and youthful vigor. The group soon finds themselves within the grasp of an anomaly yet to be experienced by anyone. - A mother & daughter decide to visit a zoo inhabited by unconventional animals. The wildlife park happens to exists within a harsh reality to a decimated humanity. The Harvoc Virus has provided a frightening balance of the dead and deranged inhabitants that crave violence. Welcome to the future.

Beginning with Brian Keene’s expressive and entertaining intro, Wesley Southard offers up his collection of spine-chilling short fiction entitled They Mostly Come At Night. No one can set a mood quite like Wesley does as he clearly demonstrates a constant factor of the unusual in each and every tale.

From a has-been celebrity guest appearing on a “mean tweets” television show to a woman that feeds on a diet of negativity, hate and anger. Southard provides the perfect feeding ground for readers of all horror genres. His versatility showcases the likes of Edward Lee, Ronald Kelly, Rod Serling and The Crypt Keeper. Experience the uncomfortable talent for yourself.

I have to say, after consuming Wesley Southard’s Resisting Madness (heavily recommended) I simply could not wait for this book. I was not disappointed. The side notes he provides for each and every story is an interesting special feature that takes a behind the scenes look at his creativity.
What makes Southard’s style of writing a success is the ability to not only relate to the average person, but to also include menacing places that have a sad reality of todays society. It’s always refreshing to read the voices that exist within this author’s head and heart. A five star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror bookworm Recommendation.
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A Five Star ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Horror Bookworm Recommendation

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