A friend in need... A bizarre house... A terrible secret... Who will survive the Troll?
An urgent message sends Steve rushing to the home of his old friend Tom Howard. He expects to find Tom relapsed into drug addiction, but instead finds something even more sinister.
The condition of the house is grotesquely, unnaturally strange. And Tom is living in the basement, almost starved to death and totally fixated upon the internet. Tom tells a story so incredible that Steve doubts his sanity – until he sees the truth for himself...
The Troll is coming, to feast on misery, pain... and human flesh.
Troll is the ninth in the series of Short Horror Tales - quick reads written to captivate the reader with thrills, chills and unexpected twists. Here are some reviews from this author’s horror releases:
“...thoroughly spooky, enticing and well written from start to finish.”
“...great... I could feel the fear...”
(Glancing Blow – Short Horror Tales #1)
“Great short story...”
(Ignition Source – Short Horror Tales #4)
“...well-written, descriptive and enthralling page-turner, that’s not for the faint-hearted... The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat...”
(God Of War)
“...extremely well written and very dark. The author did a great job of creating a palpable sense of doom that surrounds the main character from the beginning, and then creating more tension and horror as the story went on...”
(Into The Hole)
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