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Fifteen chilling tales of gothic horror and suspense. Push past the curtains of the rational, safe world and explore the un-nameable horrors living in the darkest corners of our conscience. This is the realm of monsters and shifting shadows, where a single wrong step can plunge you into a terrifying, irreversible fight for your life.


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Fifteen chilling tales of gothic horror and suspense. Push past the curtains of the rational, safe world and explore the un-nameable horrors living in the darkest corners of our conscience. This is the realm of monsters and shifting shadows, where a single wrong step can plunge you into a terrifying, irreversible fight for your life.

30 review for Quarter to Midnight: Fifteen Tales of Horror and Suspense

  1. 5 out of 5

    Shaina

    This was an amazing collection of Darcy’s short stories and I loved them all. They weren’t all ghosts or haunting. There were some sci fi in there as well. Oh they were still horror filled! There was a series of three creepy stories featuring mannequins that is going to keep me from going near such things again. Ugh. Like they weren’t creepy enough. Someone in my family has antique ones. I enjoyed this collection very much and it is recommended. This is the first year I have read anthologies. So This was an amazing collection of Darcy’s short stories and I loved them all. They weren’t all ghosts or haunting. There were some sci fi in there as well. Oh they were still horror filled! There was a series of three creepy stories featuring mannequins that is going to keep me from going near such things again. Ugh. Like they weren’t creepy enough. Someone in my family has antique ones. I enjoyed this collection very much and it is recommended. This is the first year I have read anthologies. So far so good, mostly.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Quarter to Midnight: Fifteen Tales of Horror and Suspense by Darcy Coates is a super creepy collection I should have read around Halloween! These are ones you will want to read with the light on, lol. My favorite is The Mannequin, I don't like creepy dolls anyway and this is one creepy story! Great book! Quarter to Midnight: Fifteen Tales of Horror and Suspense by Darcy Coates is a super creepy collection I should have read around Halloween! These are ones you will want to read with the light on, lol. My favorite is The Mannequin, I don't like creepy dolls anyway and this is one creepy story! Great book!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer 2021 On Proxima Centauri

    Review: QUARTER TO MIDNIGHT by Darcy Coates Not long ago, Darcy Coates became my "go-to" horror writer. An author who delivers finely skilled writing in addition to scary horror [even the science fiction story in this collection is shuddery horror], Ms. Coates delivers in every single short story, novella, and novel. I don't know if the stories flow from her fingers intact, or if she rewrites until finely tuned, but the result always is the same:awesome terror. Here is a range, in 15 stories. I w Review: QUARTER TO MIDNIGHT by Darcy Coates Not long ago, Darcy Coates became my "go-to" horror writer. An author who delivers finely skilled writing in addition to scary horror [even the science fiction story in this collection is shuddery horror], Ms. Coates delivers in every single short story, novella, and novel. I don't know if the stories flow from her fingers intact, or if she rewrites until finely tuned, but the result always is the same:awesome terror. Here is a range, in 15 stories. I was so thankful I read these in daylight! [especially "Lucy" and that inexpressibly nerve-rending "Sub-Basement" (shudder!!)]  Ideally, writing talent and the ability to deliver true horror would be entertwined. Darcy Coates gives readers exactly that perfect blend.

  4. 4 out of 5

    { U n s o l v e d M y s t e r y }

    I was kinda disappointed in this read. Most of the stories left me feeling "Meh." I do have some favorites. Crawlspace - 4 stars Crypt - 5 stars Mannequin - 4 stars Mirror Man - 3 stars (This one needed more explained.) Whose woods these are - 4 stars (This one also need more explained.) Cutty Street Lamp - 4 stars Dead call - 3 stars (This one left me confused.....) Lucy - 5 stars Lights out - 3 stars Sub Basement - 4.5 stars The watcher - 4 stars Mallory Haunting - 5 stars (The best one in this book, IMO. I was kinda disappointed in this read. Most of the stories left me feeling "Meh." I do have some favorites. Crawlspace - 4 stars Crypt - 5 stars Mannequin - 4 stars Mirror Man - 3 stars (This one needed more explained.) Whose woods these are - 4 stars (This one also need more explained.) Cutty Street Lamp - 4 stars Dead call - 3 stars (This one left me confused.....) Lucy - 5 stars Lights out - 3 stars Sub Basement - 4.5 stars The watcher - 4 stars Mallory Haunting - 5 stars (The best one in this book, IMO. The ending had me going "Haha, you got me!") Station 331 - 4 stars Mannering house - 4 stars Hitchhiker - 3 stars

  5. 5 out of 5

    Trish

    After having tried one of the author's short stories, I wanted more. Why? Because I enjoyed her style of writing, her descriptions and the atmosphere she creates that way. That being said, I did enjoy the stories in this collection and was sometimes even creeped out. However, although they are short stories I did wish for some more depth, reasons for some of the occurrences. Because there never were any, the stories felt rushed at times, incomplete, which is why I unfortunately had to deduct two After having tried one of the author's short stories, I wanted more. Why? Because I enjoyed her style of writing, her descriptions and the atmosphere she creates that way. That being said, I did enjoy the stories in this collection and was sometimes even creeped out. However, although they are short stories I did wish for some more depth, reasons for some of the occurrences. Because there never were any, the stories felt rushed at times, incomplete, which is why I unfortunately had to deduct two stars (yes, it bothered me that much because horror without a motive just isn't the same).

  6. 4 out of 5

    Krystal

    I love all things horror. Stories. Movies. Haunted Houses. Urban Legends. All of it. In fact my first foray into the world of horror was Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark when I was six. Sadly, that is what this collection of short stories felt like. None of them were particularly scary (in fact I read most of them home alone, in the dark and went to sleep shortly thereafter). A couple of them stood out as being enjoyable (or maybe more accurately memorable), while most of the others were either I love all things horror. Stories. Movies. Haunted Houses. Urban Legends. All of it. In fact my first foray into the world of horror was Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark when I was six. Sadly, that is what this collection of short stories felt like. None of them were particularly scary (in fact I read most of them home alone, in the dark and went to sleep shortly thereafter). A couple of them stood out as being enjoyable (or maybe more accurately memorable), while most of the others were either just okay, or insanely boring. This would be perhaps in part to the fact that these are incredibly short, so we often don't get any rhyme or reason to why certain things happen. They just do. Or perhaps it is the way some of these ended in extremely predictable ways. By far my favorites of the bunch were Whose Woods are These, Mannering House, and Lucy. Those are ones I can hear being told around campfires as part of a "small town urban legend". Now, I've read one of the this author's longer stories and I know what she is capable of as far as world building and bringing tension to her stories. And while there were glimpses of that talent in these, in my opinion, they were just too short to make a good impression (unless perhaps you are easily unnerved). And because I've seen what she is capable of, I will continue reading more from this author.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Regina Noviana

    So far I really like Darcy Coates horror stories, long or short. Even in the short stories, Darcy Coates manages to create creepiness. Quarter to Midnight is a collection of horror short stories (not as short as those in Small Horrors) and I must say that reading it was really a satisfying reading experience for a fan of horror stories like me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Andrea Henninger

    Exactly what it sounds like! This book caught me a bit off guard as I have read quite a few of her other books, in the first few stories I kept waiting for "how is the character going to get out of this one?" The stories kept me off guard and the endings continued to surprise me; a great read for a bright, sunny day in the middle of July as it keeps you nice and chilled. Exactly what it sounds like! This book caught me a bit off guard as I have read quite a few of her other books, in the first few stories I kept waiting for "how is the character going to get out of this one?" The stories kept me off guard and the endings continued to surprise me; a great read for a bright, sunny day in the middle of July as it keeps you nice and chilled.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kay Oliver

    Excellent collection of shorts from an outrageously talented writer. Creepy, suspenseful, unique, spooky, haunting, creative, thrilling, original. I enjoyed every single tale. And this book is jam-packed.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    3.5 stars. This was definitely an awesome read! I am falling more and more in love with this writer's stories. They are creepy, fun, interesting, and often bring a nice twist ending. Lights Out: 4.5 stars. A story about a store that gets new mannequins and stuff starts to go wrong. It was really creepy, and the ending, wow, I just felt sorry for the girl. Mirror Man: 5 stars. Welp, guess I will skip looking at a mirror today. o.0 Maybe forever. o.0 That sure was creepy, and I wondered why she neve 3.5 stars. This was definitely an awesome read! I am falling more and more in love with this writer's stories. They are creepy, fun, interesting, and often bring a nice twist ending. Lights Out: 4.5 stars. A story about a store that gets new mannequins and stuff starts to go wrong. It was really creepy, and the ending, wow, I just felt sorry for the girl. Mirror Man: 5 stars. Welp, guess I will skip looking at a mirror today. o.0 Maybe forever. o.0 That sure was creepy, and I wondered why she never went to find help. Crypt: 2 stars. A bit boring and could have been so much more. I wonder why no one believed that kid, especially when there is truly something there. The ending was OK, it was sad though. Whose Woods Are These: 3 stars. It was a bit boring at times (especially in the beginning), and I thought the MC was just way too stupid for climbing a fence (gee, why would there be a fence) and getting in deep trouble. The what was haunting the woods? Creeeeepyyyyy. The ending was terrific, I wonder why that thing never did that before. Cutty Street Lamp: 3 stars, Ohhh, haunting/spooky street lamps. Nice idea, but it was a bit boring until things really started happening, and then I just felt sorry for the boy. The Mannequin. 3 stars. OH look another mannequin story. Boring, but also because of the other mannequin story at the beginning I already knew what would happen and how it would end. :( Sometimes it works to have multiple stories with the same kind of evil, but with mannequins there is only so much you can do with them it seems. Dead Call: 2.5 stars. -1 star for that weird ending. It was good up to the point it suddenly switched to some random article? Unless the fact that thing that was calling had something to do with the hole? Premonition? No clue. Really no clue. Lucy. 4 stars. Definitely an interesting story, I feel a bit sorry for the town, and I also wonder what else is so strange about the place. I also feel sorry for Lucy, though it seems she isn't harming anyone with her actions, not like most of the beings in this book. Sub Basement: 4 stars. Dang, that was just creepy as hell. :| Poor people who work there. I am kind of curious what is in the basement. I know I would rather get fired though then go down there. *shivers* 4 stars mostly because it took quite a bit for it to get really creepy and scary. There were some events happening, but it wasn't until mid/two third of the story that I was truly scared. The Watcher: 3.5 stars. Welp, I would be like nope nope, and no thank you if that was the initiation to a book club. Really? Watching for something that might come out and kill you? Are you guys sure it is a book club and not some horror cult thing. But 3.5 stars, because that ending and because I want to know more about this creature. *shivers* The Mallory House: 5 stars. Whoop, this one was brilliant, I didn't see that coming! Effective little story! The Crawlspace: 3.5 stars. Oh this one connects back to the Street Lamp story! Really creepy, though it feels a bit unfinished. There is so much more to tell, and I wonder why x happened. Hitchhiker: 3.5 stars. Ohhh, creepy! I rated it 3.5 stars because it was a bit of a weird story and I am still not entirely sure what is going on. I would also have liked to see if she ended up all right. Mannering House: 4.5 stars! (Decided to up my rating just because of that ending) That ending was just brilliant. I love it when a writer does this. I never noticed, but now that I flip back I do see the hints. :P Station 331: 3.5 stars. Only because it felt so out of place. Yes, it was creepy, and yes I knew right away what was going on when Carly came back, but it just didn't seem to fit with all the other stories that took place on earth. But as you can see, the majority of the book is pretty great, and I liked and loved many of the stories. I will definitely be avoiding some places in my house now. :P The cover is also creepy. It is like she is looking directly at you, licking her lips in anticipation for a late night snack. I would recommend this book if you are looking for a creepy horror book and like short stories. Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amber Tinsley

    I received a copy of this book in return for leaving an honest review. This is the way horror should be written. I love a good horror story. And it seems the past 10 to 15 years, horror has come to mean violence, blood and lots of gore. I don't actually have a problem with any of those things but on their own, they don't make a horror story. Darcy writes in such away that you feel like you are there. Your breathing increases, sweat pops out all over your skin, the fine hairs on your arms and nec I received a copy of this book in return for leaving an honest review. This is the way horror should be written. I love a good horror story. And it seems the past 10 to 15 years, horror has come to mean violence, blood and lots of gore. I don't actually have a problem with any of those things but on their own, they don't make a horror story. Darcy writes in such away that you feel like you are there. Your breathing increases, sweat pops out all over your skin, the fine hairs on your arms and neck stand. As a good horror story should, your mind has been messed with. All of the short stories in this collection are fantastic. My absolute favorites are, Lights Out and Mannequin. Those two gave me the creepy crawlies like no other. And now I can't look at a mannequin with out getting the goose bumps. So if you are looking for some great horror stories, look no further. You have everything you need right here.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tyiana Sedán

    So good I enjoyed all of the stories. This author has fast become one of favorite horror writers. Each story has a theme that everyone will enjoy

  13. 4 out of 5

    Maggie May

    Reading Quarter to Midnight is a lot like sitting around the campfire listening to scary stories. You know how some of the stories told will make you pee your pants frightened but someone else will take a turn and they just go on and on without ever getting very scary? The collection starts out weak with Lights Out, a story obviously inspired by the movie, that spends a lot of time on set up for a mildly scary conclusion. Mirror Man is better but the climax is so obvious in its coming that it lo Reading Quarter to Midnight is a lot like sitting around the campfire listening to scary stories. You know how some of the stories told will make you pee your pants frightened but someone else will take a turn and they just go on and on without ever getting very scary? The collection starts out weak with Lights Out, a story obviously inspired by the movie, that spends a lot of time on set up for a mildly scary conclusion. Mirror Man is better but the climax is so obvious in its coming that it looses a little power when it arrives. Crypt is a nicely creepy vampire story that approaches the attack a little differently than usual. Whose Woods Are These is the first story of the collection I found truly scary. An unexpected monster in the woods turns camping into a nightmare. Cutty Street Lamp is a strange tail that is weirdly effective. What’s so scary about a pool of light? You’ll see. The Mannequin brings us back to the Lights Out story in a different and slightly more disquieting way. The ending was obviously not a surprise since the reader had encountered it about 100 pages earlier. Dead Call unfolds as a series of (one sided) posts on a message board. The format works well for the simple tale. While it is spooky to contemplate, it has the potential to be better than it is. Lucy echoes the kind of urban legend that exists in many towns, told in a way that will put a few goosebumps on your skin. Sub Basement tells a frankly outlandish tale of an office worker with no sense of self preservation, or sense at all. The ridiculousness makes it impossible to enjoy. The Watcher has a silly set up-you (an adult) must pass this silly hazing ritual to join our book club (what?)- it’s moderately eerie when it gets to the meat of the tale, but again, pretty predictable. The Mallory Haunting is the kind of ‘plot twist’ ghost story we have all heard, told effectively. Crawlspace is definitely a creepy one. A set up that makes you expectant, a ghost that gives you the heeby-jeebies, and an experience that is downright uncomfortable to read about. Hitchhiker falls into the category of a bizarre experience story, it is both interesting enough and adequately relatable to make it enjoyable. It’s not the story the title leads you to expect. Mannering House is similar to the previous story, The Mallory Haunting, but told from another perspective. And now for something completely different, Station 331 is a sci-fi story that exploits the fears of isolation and broken trusts. Now that I think about it, some of these stories would be absolutely perfect to tell around a campfire. Though the quality isn’t consistent, overall the book is a decent read. Recommended for people who can’t get enough of the urban legend style of story.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    I like horror books if I'm in the right mood, and the short story ones are sometimes more fun because it's a quick thrill. This book was a collection of 15 short stories. I'm a fan of a lot of the author's work, so I thought I'd give this a shot. The best: The Mannequin. While it's a pretty basic (and obvious) premise, the concept of anything that moves when it's dark always freaks me out. This one gave me chills even though it was predictable. Dead Call. The ending was very bizarre, but I liked th I like horror books if I'm in the right mood, and the short story ones are sometimes more fun because it's a quick thrill. This book was a collection of 15 short stories. I'm a fan of a lot of the author's work, so I thought I'd give this a shot. The best: The Mannequin. While it's a pretty basic (and obvious) premise, the concept of anything that moves when it's dark always freaks me out. This one gave me chills even though it was predictable. Dead Call. The ending was very bizarre, but I liked the format of how it's written - a guy asking for help on social media due to the endless "no one is on the line" calls he's getting. I didn't quite get the ending, but it was a quick, fun read. Not my favorite: Mirror Man. Anything with things in a mirror always scare me, but this one was told in such a calm, "this is just everyday life" kind of tone, that by the end it wasn't scary. It was just ... oh, yeah I guess that's how it logically would end. Crypt. Vampires bore me (as do zombies) so this one really didn't hold my interest. Whose Woods Are These. It feels like I just read a full-length book about a very similar thing - a thing with long claws that comes out at night. I wonder if it was the same author. I'll have to look it up. At any rate, it was quickly obvious exactly where the story was going, and the "twist" at the end was more annoying than creepy, because it was such an obvious "twist". Lights Out. I know I said creepy things that move in the dark scare me, but this one didn't. I don't know if it was because it was so slow-moving, or just not as well thought out, but I felt myself anticipating the ending and wishing we'd hurry up and get there. Cutty Street Lamp. Um...not creepy and not even really much of a story. What happens if you step into the light of a street lamp? No spoilers...but really? THAT was supposed to be creepy? The rest of the stories varied between "that was kind of good" and "meh".

  15. 4 out of 5

    AJ Torres

    After finishing Darcy Coates' first novella, I was left wanting more. I wanted to see how she could flex her writing muscles because I found my first read enjoyable. Quarter to Midnight is a collection of 15 short stories, all of them ranging anywhere from simple ghost stories, vampires, weird lights, and monsters in space. The best part: they were all pretty good. Of course, when reading a collection of short stories, some are gonna be better than others. My two favorites were Sub Basement and After finishing Darcy Coates' first novella, I was left wanting more. I wanted to see how she could flex her writing muscles because I found my first read enjoyable. Quarter to Midnight is a collection of 15 short stories, all of them ranging anywhere from simple ghost stories, vampires, weird lights, and monsters in space. The best part: they were all pretty good. Of course, when reading a collection of short stories, some are gonna be better than others. My two favorites were Sub Basement and Whose Woods These Are. It was a mistake to read the latter right before bed. Coates has a way of creating atmosphere and playing with common fears. I tend to have a small fear of camping. I hate the thought of being cooped up in a tent in the middle of nowhere, feeling vulnerable that anything outside the tent can get you. As for Sub Basement, wow. It was more of a story where not everything is fed to you. It allowed my mind to run wild and fill in the details of the shadows. Her description in this story didn't go overboard, but it was just enough to provide thrills. One thing I found interesting is the order of stories and the choice to put in two stories with the same themes: mannequins. In the Kindle edition that I read, Mannequin was one of the first stories I finished. So by the time I got to the longest story in the collection Lights Out, I was extremely underwhelmed that it was basically the same story but set in a different location. The odd part is that after glimpsing over other reviews, it seems that other editions have a different reading order where the longer story took place first, while the shorter one went second (so those readers found the shorter version to be the underwhelming one). I honestly liked the shorter one more solely because it felt tighter and didn't overstay its welcome. One of the last things I'll share is that I appreciated that at the very end, there was a link provided explaining that a few stories were cut but could be downloaded. After downloading and reading them, I find that I enjoyed 2 out of the 3 stories a bit more than what was in this collection. It was also kind of neat to see that 2 of the 3 stories were added into the next collection of short stories Small Horrors, but unfortunately it didn't add my favorite to the collection. I do understand why they were cut though; all 15 stories felt light (not a bad thing), so the content was kind of PG-13ish. But the cut stories were a bit on the graphic side. I found this collection to be solid. I look forward to see how this author can handle full-length novels now that I know that she can definitely handle novellas and short stories.

  16. 5 out of 5

    K.C. Dreisbach

    As always, this author is a captivating author. The only reason I gave this 3 stars is because many of the stories seemed to end rather abruptly. They didn't feel like "short stories" where you get the whole adventure in a compact, mini story. Rather they felt like the first few chapters of a full length novel, with no real true ending. At least one of the stories did become a full length novel. So I hope that the rest of the remaining 14 see themselves fully realized into full length novels as As always, this author is a captivating author. The only reason I gave this 3 stars is because many of the stories seemed to end rather abruptly. They didn't feel like "short stories" where you get the whole adventure in a compact, mini story. Rather they felt like the first few chapters of a full length novel, with no real true ending. At least one of the stories did become a full length novel. So I hope that the rest of the remaining 14 see themselves fully realized into full length novels as well.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Tze

    I'm not easily scared by horror stories normaly, book or movie. But some of the stories in this book really creeps the hell out of me and I was reading it at dawn and night. The first 2 stories were really haunting me for a while that I decided to read the rest in the afternoon. So far I love all the stories in here and I've always been a fan of Darcy Coates books and these short stories are some of her best. She knew how to scare people. Gonna be reading more books of her. I'm not easily scared by horror stories normaly, book or movie. But some of the stories in this book really creeps the hell out of me and I was reading it at dawn and night. The first 2 stories were really haunting me for a while that I decided to read the rest in the afternoon. So far I love all the stories in here and I've always been a fan of Darcy Coates books and these short stories are some of her best. She knew how to scare people. Gonna be reading more books of her.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Albert

    I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join. I am amazed with your storytelling, great job! If you allow, may I share your book to facebook in order to reach more readers? And by the way, NovelStar is currently conducting a writing competition - You have a great potential. If you wish to join, link is attached herein. https://author.starlight.ink/essay/in... (PC) http://app.novelstar.top/index/index/... (APP) you wish to join.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elaine Fisher

    Quarter to Midnight I found this to be a very interesting and sometimes pretty hide-behind-a-pillow scary reading. It's a book of short stories. This was an author that I wasn't familiar with , but was pleasantly surprised. Most of the stories are more suspense than horror, but I would recommend it to readers of either genre. E. Fisher. marylane Quarter to Midnight I found this to be a very interesting and sometimes pretty hide-behind-a-pillow scary reading. It's a book of short stories. This was an author that I wasn't familiar with , but was pleasantly surprised. Most of the stories are more suspense than horror, but I would recommend it to readers of either genre. E. Fisher. marylane

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nerina

    Great Collection of Scary Stories This book contained a great collection of ghost, scary and other weird unexplained phenomena! I truly enjoyed this book. Some of the stories really gave me the creeps, especially since I read them during the night before bed! Highly recommend this book I’d you love scary stories.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Papin

    This was an excellent collection of short stories by Darcy Coates. Each story was unique and I loved the twists and turns throughout each story. Darcy Coates is also becoming one of my favorite horror writers!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    A good collection of horror stories with a bit of a difference in that, in many of the stories, the narrator does not 'survive' his/ her encounter with their nemesis. Intriguing and well-written - 8.5/10. A good collection of horror stories with a bit of a difference in that, in many of the stories, the narrator does not 'survive' his/ her encounter with their nemesis. Intriguing and well-written - 8.5/10.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

    This was a really good book. I love the way Ms. Coates writes. Reminds me of other great Author's such as . Adam Nevill.. Joe Hart..Robert McCammon..Ania Alhborun..Graham Masterton etc. Looking forward to more! This was a really good book. I love the way Ms. Coates writes. Reminds me of other great Author's such as . Adam Nevill.. Joe Hart..Robert McCammon..Ania Alhborun..Graham Masterton etc. Looking forward to more!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christine Dunne

    Wonderful I enjoyed this book and I will be reading more of your work.Thank you and tell you what you keep writing them and I'll keep reading them sincerely Christine Dunne Harlingen tx Wonderful I enjoyed this book and I will be reading more of your work.Thank you and tell you what you keep writing them and I'll keep reading them sincerely Christine Dunne Harlingen tx

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kim Keown

    Love her books Found a new favorite author! This book was terrifying! Cannot wait to read more from Darcy Coates in the future!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Noel

    Easy read. Nice short but still creepy tales! Definitely another good read!! :) :) :) Amazing new found favorite thriller writer. A+

  27. 4 out of 5

    Aimee

    dnf @ 50% All the stories felt incomplete

  28. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Barto

    Love all I really love all these short stories...could read a lot more. ..easy reading and some are actually kinda spooky...very creative

  29. 5 out of 5

    Celia Martin

    Could not get into this book as I do not enjoy short stories. So only read 2 stories.

  30. 5 out of 5

    amanda

    darcy...how are you consistently so great???

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