26 July 2011

NEW – Mean Streets: Tales of Urban Terror [Kindle]

If the gunshots don’t wake you, the agonizing screams will. When darkness descends on the concrete jungle people check the bars on their windows and the locks on their doors, praying to stay safe during the night. The wicked are always on the prowl. People hunker down in houses, apartments, the back seats of cars, or inside cardboard boxes down a fog-shrouded alley trying their best not to be noticed by the people and things that walk and slither in the shadows. Most get lucky and are left alone. Most, but not all…

Evil never rests. Mean Streets presents seven chilling tales of urban horror and moral decay from acclaimed writers Gord Rollo and Gene O’Neill with a special introduction by Kealan Patrick Burke.



  1. Sounds chillingly good. Thanks for the recommendation Vicki.
    Am so glad its also available from B&N - they provide epub versions.

  2. I hope you enjoy it, Susan. I'm not a huge horror fan (read wimp) but I know plenty of people who are, and this book came highly recommended. :-)

  3. They're actually not real horror stories. They are more in the realm of supernatural suspense. Very cool stuff, really.