The Girl in Room Thirteen and Other Scary Stories

By Stephen Simpson

Let the cold fingers of horror brush lightly across the nape of your neck, as your eyes drift to dark corners filled with moving shadows.

This collection includes:

The Invisible Girl in Room Thirteen: What secret is the girl in room thirteen hiding?

Murder Gone Viral: Richard would do anything for internet fame - even sell his soul...

Chain Letter: When Marlene thinks the chain letter, she receives in her inbox, is just random spam, she is so wrong!


About this book

Amazon ISBN 979-8490984153

Ingram ISBN 9798201877330

eBook ISBN 9781393966883

Imprint: Fiction for the Soul

First Published Date: 27 March 2018

Paperback Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.79 x 8.5 inches

Pages: 314 pages

For readers aged 13 and up

BISAC

  • Juvenile Fiction / Ghost Stories

  • Juvenile Fiction / Horror

  • Juvenile Fiction / Paranormal, Occult & Supernatural

What readers are saying:

Don't read this when you're home alone! If you need some good, scary stories to tell around the campfire, preferably in a dark and lonely forest, this is your book. Sleepless nights and nightmares guaranteed! Great book with stories about the dark side of humanity and related ghostly creatures. (BookSprout Review)

Creepy stories. This book of scary tales is quite eerie and disturbing. I read through them with the light on. They were very engaging and I wanted to make sure I read everyone. If you like horror, then this one is for you. (BookSprout Review)

I enjoyed the stories in this collection. I found them well written and interesting. I love a good scary story and I felt that these stories delivered in this collection. If you love scary stories then I highly recommend this collection, you wont be disappointed. (BookSprout Review)

A collection of stories - The Invisible Girl in Room Thirteen, Murder Gone Viral and Chain Letter. Alison discovers the truth about what really happened to Lily following her ghost story. Richard is willing to sell his soul for internet fame. Marlene receives an email that predicts death if she deletes it. Everyone remembers chain letters, but what would happen if they were real? Very unique horror storylines throughout the collection. They are all pretty different but they all give a very creepy feeling as you read. Everything flows really well. (BookSprout Review)

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