Trick: A Halloween Short Story

  • Title: Trick: A Halloween Short Story
  • Author: Gerard Houarner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Trick A Halloween Short Story When living by yourself it s easy to let little things spook you Sometimes your mind even plays tricks on you Roger Cassidy lives alone He thought he got a great deal on his apartment but then the k
    When living by yourself, it s easy to let little things spook you Sometimes your mind even plays tricks on you Roger Cassidy lives alone He thought he got a great deal on his apartment, but then the knocking began Knocking on his door that comes and goes, but with no one there Roger is determined to figure out the mystery of why this is happening, and on Halloween nigWhen living by yourself, it s easy to let little things spook you Sometimes your mind even plays tricks on you Roger Cassidy lives alone He thought he got a great deal on his apartment, but then the knocking began Knocking on his door that comes and goes, but with no one there Roger is determined to figure out the mystery of why this is happening, and on Halloween nighthe ll get answers than he ever dreamed

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      Published :2019-08-09T22:34:32+00:00

    About Gerard Houarner


    1. Houarner is a smart, intelligent talent who has a gift for writing with serene beauty about the most atrocious things Ed Bryant, LocusHe is also the author of 5 novels and 290 short stories and novellas, some gathered in 6 collections.He fell to Earth in the fifties and is a product of the NYC school system and the City College of New York, where he studied writing under Joseph Heller and Joel Oppenheimer and crashed hallucinogenic William Burroughs seminars back in the day The mental health field has provided a living as well as inspiration for the past 34 years His current position might be described as Director of Recovery and Recreation at Arkham Asylum Since 1998, he has served as Fiction Editor for Space and Time magazine He continues to write whenever he can, mostly at night, about the dark.


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    1. This is an odd story of a veteran that moves into an apartment complex. Immediately he starts hearing a knock at the door but no one is there. From there it took a "Sixth Sense" style slant. Didn't connect with me.

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