|Havest Hill edited by Michael Hultquist and Douglas Hutcheson|
31 Tales of Halloween Horror
Welcome to Harvest Hill, Tennessee: a seemingly idyllic community. But within the shadows of this restful town roams a centuries-old evil that rears itself in some awful form or influence every Halloween when the veil between worlds is thinnest. We offer a choice crop of truly disturbing accounts - large and small, stretching from the 1700s into the present day - as a warning to all. If only the residents understood the unspeakable thing that has writhed and raged among them for ages, and keeps growing ...
REVIEWS For HARVEST HILL:
"Halloween in a nutshell. ... The stories that follow will trick you and treat you and leave you (hopefully!) as satisfied as that first (or last) bag of candy corn."
"An unsettling journey into the land of legends, as mysterious as October mist."
— Scott Nicholson, Bram Stoker Award finalist for The Red Church and author of They Hunger
"With these 31 tricks 'n' treats from Harvest Hill, you'll be jumping at shadows 'til the witching hour creeps by and Ol' Scratch comes knocking."
“An atmospheric collection of intelligent and thrilling supernatural fiction.”
— Tim Deal, publisher of the Black Quill-nominated Shroud Magazine and editor of the Bram Stoker Award-nominated anthology Beneath the Surface
“Hultquist and Hutcheson have compiled a dark and delicious menu of treats in Harvest Hill. Great reading for a satisfying taste of Halloween horror any time of the year!”
— Fran Friel, Bram Stoker Award finalist, Mama’s Boy and Other Dark Tales
Al Sarrantonio - Foreword