The Whispered Tales of Graves Grove
The Whispered Tales of Graves Grove
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ISBN-13 Numbers:
Hardcover: 978-1-947727-07-6
Softcover:  978-1-946006-69-1
LCCN: 2017933754

Page Count: 276
Release Date: 10/13/2017
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Graves Grove isn’t your ordinary town.

Nestled within the folds of the Canadian Rockies, Graves Grove probably isn’t the picturesque place you’d like to stay for long. Peculiar things happen here. The citizens seem normal superficially—they function well enough. But each one is deeply disturbed, wrapped in secrets and neuroses which drive them to strange behaviors.

And then there are all the missing children. And why is everyone afraid of that sycamore tree?

The Whispered Tales of Graves Grove is an anthology of stories taking place throughout the history of this mysterious town, from its founding to its future. Read them…if you dare.

This book is great fun, often very spooky, wonderfully imaginative, and deeply satisfying. Bravo to this team of authors and editors for sculpting such a triumph!
— LibraryThing Early Reviewers' Program
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The concept of writing a series of short stories, across time, centred on one small town is an interesting one and one that did work. If you want something different in a short story anthology, then THE WHISPERED TALES OF GRAVES GROVE may well be right up your alley.
— Readers' Favorite
…hang on…you will not soon—if ever—forget these characters or this town.
— InD'Tale Magazine
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This wonderful Canadian Horror anthology I read in a one-sitting, "I can't stop now," session. Seamlessly interwoven by multiple authors, the anthology relates the life and times of a small inbred community in the Canadian Rockies, in a forested rural valley in rural British Columbia. Founded in 1880 by one Samuel Madsen Graves, the community revolves around the sycamore he planted. The setting and stories I found delightfully Lovecraftian. Certainly every single story is a winner, and the conclusion is incredibly powerful. I highly recommend this anthology.
— The Haunted Reading Room
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