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A collection of three powerfully disturbing novellas by multiple award-winning author Stephen Graham Jones.

There are lines that probably shouldn't be crossed, doors that should stay shut, thoughts that shouldn't be considered. In these three novellas by Stephen Graham Jones, the dead talk, ancient evil opens its eyes, and that guy across the parking lot, he's watching you, and has been for a while now. 

Lock the door; tell yourself it's nothing; turn the radio up. It won't matter. You're already three miles past where you meant to stop. 

©2013 Stephen Graham Jones (P)2022 David N. Wilson

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Strange, Dark and Unsettling

THREE MILES PAST is a wickedly disturbing collection of 3 novellas by one of the masters of the horror genre, Stephen Graham Jones.

All three tales here are unique, strange and unsettling, to say the least:

INTERSTATE LOVE AFFAIR is about a nasty, nasty human named William. And dogs, it's also about dogs.

NO TAKEBACKS is about the creation of an application that takes on a life of its own.

THE COMING OF NIGHT was...I don't even know what to say. Seed pods, hand lotions and hotel rooms all play a part.

I listened to the new audio version, narrated by Joshua Saxon. Joshua has quickly become one of my favorite narrators, right up there with Ray Porter and Scott Brick.

This collection is impressive as hell. These kinds of tales are not what I've come to expect from Stephen Graham Jones. As a result, I have come to the conclusion that this man can write anything, in any genre, and it will be good. (Even in the very few stories from him that I didn't care for, I have to and must always accept that the writing is phenomenal.)

Highly recommended, especially for fans of extreme horror and complete darkness!

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