One Hand Screaming

One Hand Screaming

by Mark Leslie


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A bookstore that hides more than dusty old tomes among its shelves . . . a phantom limb that can reach into the next world . . . a comic that colors lives with terror . . . graves unable to hold their content . . . a collector of haunted artifacts who gets more than he bargains for . . . a deserted northern highway that brings back a man's worst childhood fears . . . a multitude of unleashed horrors on All Hallows Eve . . . an encounter with the bogeyman . . . and more . . .

This collection of chilling fiction and disturbing poetry from the dark mind of Mark Leslie includes previously published award nominees along side original works.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780973568806
Publisher: Stark Publishing
Publication date: 09/12/2004
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)

What People are Saying About This

Julie E. Czerneda

Prepare to be haunted by a master of suspense.
author of SURVIVAL

Robert J. Sawyer

Mark Leslie is an exciting new voice in Canadian fiction, and sure to be one of the SF stars of tomorrow. He's a wonderful writer, and a joy to read.
author of HOMINIDS

Edo van Belkom

Mark Leslie is a writer with a bright, bright future. He can move from urban fantasy to magic realism, from hard science fiction to dark psychological horror with apparent ease. His stories are well written, skillfully told, and satisfyingly good to the last word.
author of BLOOD ROAD

Carol Weekes

Mark Leslie has a knack for creating chills. His fiction is like bare bones caressing the skin; creating a shiver here, a delicious northerly tickle there . . . take his book to bed with you and I guarantee you'll find more than shivers between the sheets; if you stretch your toes down far enough to the end of the bed, you never know what might grab back. Beware dark corners, empty alley ways, lonely streets, the quiet room . . . when Mark beckons for you to take his literary hand in yours. Yes, reach out and touch the bones . . . because you want to; you will be frightened, but you won't be disappointed.
Horror author

Nancy Kilpatrick

Mark Leslie's horror is reminiscent of the old-time story tellers, those guys who cared about plot, and were pretty good at building a creepy tale. If there's a dark corner, Leslie will draw you to it, even against your will.

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