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New Release – Unbound & Other Tales

Posted by Dark Whisperer on March 1, 2010

Unbound & Other Tales

Author: David Dunwoody

Publisher: Library of Horror Press

Release Date: March 1st, 2010

ISBN-10: 1451511582
ISBN-13: 978-1451511581

Author Website

A collection of weird horror tales, comprised of a novel, Unbound, and eight short stories.

Unbound & Other Tales is an excursion into the most bizarre corners of author David Dunwoody’s imagination. The titular novel and eight short stories that follow present strange horrors from every walk of life — and beyond. Insects imprinted with human rage, gleeful heralds of the apocalypse, ghosts who take the living for joyrides, and a fictional villain come to life wait within.

Here are nine tales of the weird and the obscene…of things that should not be, and things that shall. From the depths of the mind to the corridors of Purgatory to the streets of small-town USA, the warped nightmares of these pages know no limits. They know no end. They are UNBOUND.

Table of Contents:

  • Unbound
  • “Voice”
  • “Saligia”
  • “Ministry”
  • “Clowns”
  • “Peelin’ Ernie”
  • “Exhibit”
  • “Mother Tree”
  • “The Devil’s Due”

Whispers About Unbound & Other Tales

“Simply put, David Dunwoody is one of the most imaginative dark fantasy writers working today. His stories are endlessly inventive, and he never fails to cut new paths through our collective nightmare landscape. It’s been too long since a book raised the hairs on the back of my neck, but the stories in Unbound did just that. A truly outstanding collection.” – Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Quarantined

“David Dunwoody possesses a fascinating imagination…you’ll find some delightfully intriguing tales here. There is an uncanny eeriness to David Dunwoody’s stories. He uses the five senses effectively to mess with the reader’s mind, creating a creeping dread you want to laugh off, but you still might end up checking behind your shower curtain.” – Louise Bohmer, author of The Black Act


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