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TUCKER'S GROVE: New Midwestern Dark Fantasy

In the heartland, blood flows and shadows rise…

Phoenix Pick has just released my complete sequence of dark fantasy stories about the creepy Wisconsin town of Tucker’s Grove in trade paperback and eBook.

The rise and fall of a cursed town in rural Wisconsin, Tucker’s Grove, where legends and nightmares lurk in the shadows, a place where the dead don’t necessarily stay dead, where preachers collect demons rather than cast them out, where haunted trains and a shadowy circus exist side by side with ancient gods and prehistoric echoes seeping up from the ground.

Contains thirteen connected tales: Church Services, Bringing the Family, Last Stand, Scarecrow Season, The Circus, Hunter’s Moon, Mirror Mirror on the Wall, A Glimpse of the Ankou, Just Like Normal People, Heroes Never Die, Family Portrait, Loco-Motive, and Drilling Deep.

An original publication by Phoenix Pick, $9.99.  Order from the publisher.

 

 

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One Response to “TUCKER'S GROVE: New Midwestern Dark Fantasy”

  1. Dallin says:

    Dear Mr. Anderson & Mrs. Moesta

    I’m an international student from the U.S. living in Indonesia. I read one of your books (Return to ord Mantell) and I love it! And I can’t wait to read the rest of the series, but we have to order it so it will take a while. I loved the part when they were retreating into the woods, I could see the Millennium Falcon hovering above the ground, and shooting; I could see the villagers all running and the Jedi slashing with their light sabers. The girl Anja was interesting to me; I thought she was really cool, like when she was planting those mines in the village, and how she pretends to be a Jedi but wants revenge on Han Solo.
    Have you always been star wars fans? And if so, are you excited about the new star wars movies? Are you excited that Disney bought star wars? Do you think they’ll make your books into movies? well I hope so. I hope you write more books, and I’ll be reading the rest of the series.

    Your fan, Dallin

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