Creepier by the Dozen is a collection of twelve short stories written by a father, son and daughter team of writers. These twisted tales are crafted in the Twilight Zone tradition, and just in time for your creepy Halloween to-be-read list.
Creepier by the Dozen, the short story collection by Stephen, Cole and Anneliese Hise, is available from Amazon.com, Amazon UK, Smashwords and other online booksellers.
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