Ghostly Whispers, Secret Voices
Seven Dark and Surprising Tales
“After his death, Edgar Allen Poe’s short stories were published in a volume titled Tales of Mystery and Imagination. Parker Francis’s collection Ghostly Whispers, Secret Voices channels Poe, with a healthy helping of Stephen King’s short story collection, Graveyard Shift. I particularly liked “Texting April” (which recalls King’s disturbing “Strawberry Spring”) and the novella “Ghostly Whispers.” Fans of short, dark fiction, you’ll love this one. As an unexpected treat, each story has an original, stylized illustration.”
~ Ken P., Amazon Buyer
- A text message from beyond the grave. Is it a case of supernatural technology or a cruel hoax?
- A flat tire in the middle of the night on a deserted road is only the beginning of a fateful journey.
- Writing in her journal, Mary Shelley recounts a series of perplexing events during her visit with Lord Byron that resulted in her famous Frankenstein novel and uncovered a remarkable mystery.
- And a case of severe tinnitus turns a rock musician’s life upside down. But when the ringing in his ears stops, he learns the alternative can be both a blessing and a curse.
These and other haunting tales are brought to life in this gripping collection of original stories.