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A kidnapping turns to be unexpectedly deadly when the Mafia encounters ogres and demons. This is one of several tales in the Smoky Mountain Horrors collection.
Scare yourself silly: listen to more Smoky Mountain Horrors.
©2009 Weston Ochse; (P)2009 Pulp Studios, LLC

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Short but fun

Look at the title. Does it sound like this is going to be a nice story? Exactly.

The narrator isn't a particularly good person and the way he talks is... let's call it frank, shall we? If this were a movie, it would be rated R for language alone. Personally, I like R-rated movies, so that's not really a point against the story.

If you're a fan of the horror genre, there won't be many surprises for you in here, especially after a look at the blurb. Then again, sometimes a solid dose of exactly what you were expecting is just what you need. The author doesn't hold back and gleefully embraces even the corniest genre staples in a way that makes the whole thing fun. I was grinning my way through the last few minutes.

The sad thing is that the author, like many others (coughStephenKingcough), isn't really a gifted narrator. He talks too fast in places and has the sort of American accent that sounds like he's chewing on his vowels and swallowing half the consonants. If you're not fluent in the English language, this might be a problem for you.

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