Death Edge 3: 7 Teeth-Chattering Stories of Suspense

Death Edge 3: 7 Teeth-Chattering Stories of Suspense

by Chris A Rogers


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In her third deliciously terrifying anthology, Chris Rogers sets loose a crafty bunch of characters - the good, the bad, and the horrible - explicitly for your entertainment. Readers who enjoy exploring the shadows lurking at the edge of ordinary life will be captivated by the wicked humor and evil doings withing these pages. You'll finish the book hungry for more.

A woman new to country life learns that dead things are as natural as living. - Deer Corn

A man murders his neighbor over a pair of prize-winning hogs, and a special prosecutor considers the case a slam dunk. But is it? - Nailed

When super-acute hearing makes even the faintest sounds of human existence absolutely unbearable, where do you go? - Sounds of Silence

Injuries have a way of toughening up a person and teaching how not to be injured again. - Texas Dewberries Don't Come Easy

A burglary ring outwits the police and successfully evades capture until they cross paths with the Gray Fox Patrol. - Clowning Around

A master passing on his skill and knowledge is as natural as grass, and a serial killer is no exception. - Blades of Starlight Glen

Bullies come in all sizes, and blood-curdling vicious beats "big" any day of the week. - Hammer

BONUS: You'll find a portion of Chris Rogers' long awaited cross-genre thriller, Emissary, inside.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502735317
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/16/2014
Series: Death Edge , #3
Pages: 146
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Chris Rogers was born in Texas and raised in the days before self-appointed moralists banned EC Comics and when "B" horror flicks could still chill you down to your funny bones. She resides in a small community within easy commute of the four major Texas metropolises, where she writes novels, short stories and shameless self-promotion materials.

Chris has taught writing as an adjunct at Rice University School of Continuing Studies, the University of Houston, regional and national seminars and in private master classes. Many of her students are published and have received numerous awards and acknowledgments.

After a career in graphic design, Chris became a writer the easy way: She read voraciously and filled blank pages with drivel until her fingers cramped and her brain defected. Eventually, she learned to craft a decipherable sentence.

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