Marlow left the bayou after Daisy died. They blamed him, of course: she drowned after all. It was an accident, he insisted at the time — but Marlow only tried to escape her memory and not the crime. In the wake of Katrina’s receding flood waters, the cemeteries have been submerged, and the bodies left to float downriver. When Marlow gets a call from Jake, he returns home to search for Daisy’s remains, but the heart has a stronger pull than the tide, and some loves can endure any storm…
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Thirteen subdued spooky tales
An ephemeral collection of wonders, terrors, and experiments in low-key horror — small slivers of darkness written over thirteen months. The collection has been described as quietly creepy.
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