John 20:29

Terror at the Beach

Published by Boo Books

The Book Description on Amazon reads as:

Holidays have always been a time for families and friendly gatherings, a time to enjoy the sun and surf and the delights that accompany them . . .. . . But all that is about to change . . .These thirteen tales of terror from thirteen superb masters of horror will challenge everything you thought you knew about having fun in the sun . . .

In my short story “John 20:29,” the rumor pervades about a flock of seagulls who back in the 50s swarmed down from the sky, pecking, maiming, and eventually killing the residents of Devil’s Bay. Now William and Clair and other young couples have begun to purchase fix-it-upper cottages on the Bay in hopes of raising their children in the peaceful environment. If only Clair had believed Father Oliver when he came out to bless their new home. . . .


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  • Delphine Boswell

    Delphine Boswell is a published writer of fiction who writes suspense, mystery, psychological horror, and dystopian stories. Her short stories have been published in numerous anthologies, and she has written seven novels to date.
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    This first book in the Dana Greer mystery series creates a believably conflicted female Catholic detective. Dana Greer must strive to solve the murder of a child against the backdrop of a wonderfully-rendered 1950s Maine island society. Issues of good and evil, of religion and hypocrisy, of truth and lies between men and women, enrich the novel. We can look forward to future entries in the series with delighted anticipation.
    Wayne Ude, Director of the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts MFA program
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