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The Ash Murders: Supernatural Mystery Stories

Occult & Supernatural


by
Edmund Glasby

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 172 pages

File size: 309 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

According to eyewitnesses, the victim was sitting on a park bench and talking loudly in a foreign language when he suddenly got to his feet and started flailing his arms around. Then his head fell off and the rest of his body became a human torch. By the time the police arrive, all that remains is a pile of smoldering ashes, along with an unscathed severed head. For Detective Inspector John Dryer, the unexplained death represents one of the toughest cases of his career. Was the man murdered, or the victim of some horrible accident? Other stories in this collection of supernatural mysteries include: “Souls of the Frozen,” “Calling All Weaklings!”, “Pale Lilac,” and “Volume XIII.” Great reading by the author of THE DYRYSGOL HORROR.

According to eyewitnesses, the victim was sitting on a park bench and talking loudly in a foreign language when he suddenly got to his feet and started flailing his arms around. Then his head fell off and the rest of his body became a human torch. By the time the police arrive, all that remains is a pile of smoldering ashes, along with an unscathed severed head. For Detective Inspector John Dryer, the unexplained death represents one of the toughest cases of his… (more)

According to eyewitnesses, the victim was sitting on a park bench and talking loudly in a foreign language when he suddenly got to his feet and started flailing his arms around. Then his head fell off and the rest of his body became a human torch. By the time the police arrive, all that remains is a pile of smoldering ashes, along with an unscathed severed head. For Detective Inspector John Dryer, the unexplained death represents one of the toughest cases of his career. Was the man murdered, or the victim of some horrible accident? Other stories in this collection of supernatural mysteries include: “Souls of the Frozen,” “Calling All Weaklings!”, “Pale Lilac,” and “Volume XIII.” Great reading by the author of THE DYRYSGOL HORROR.

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