BOOK: PERFECT FEAR by Richard Poe
FRANK Romain moves to New York City, to escape his fear of darkness. In the city, the lights never go out. But, one night, Frank walks down a mysterious staircase and stumbles into another world, where every fear, superstition and urban legend of every New Yorker, past and present, comes to life, including ancient horrors from Native American folklore. Frank learns that he can run, but he can’t hide. Even in the city that never sleeps, sometimes the lights go out. Find out what happens to Frank in ”Scotophobia,” the first of four bone-chilling tales in Richard Poe’s Perfect Fear.
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AUTHOR INTERVIEW by Paul Germano
FOREWORD by Nina Zivancevic
PREFACE by David Yeagley
MY PROMISE TO ST. JUDE by Richard Poe