Dark Window

By Phillip M. Drake

Horror, Short stories | Paperback, eBook


Take a look across the street. You see that house over there? You’ve walked past it hundreds of times but you’ve never given it a second glance. But tonight, that’s all going to change. Dare you take a peek through the dark window? In Dark Window, Yvonne Finlan has walked past the house that sits opposite the office block where she works countless times, and she’s never even given it a second thought. Tonight however, something will happen to change all of that and her life will never be the same again. In Crying Boy, an American honeymoon couple take home more than they bargained for after visiting a London antiques shop. The Ice Cream Man involves two young friends, an urban myth and a secretive late night outing. In Soror Mea, a satellite TV repair mans last call of the day turns out to be anything but straightforward. A destitute married couple are struggling with The Cost of Living, forcing the husband to sell a most treasured possession with horrific consequences. In Home Sweet Home 2.0 we welcome the house of the future. You’d just better hope that the house of the future welcomes you! A train journey on a baking hot summer’s day, a henpecked husband and a Sinister Suitcase all come together in this chilling tale.


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Take a look across the street. You see that house over there? You’ve walked past it hundreds of times but you’ve never given it a second glance. But tonight, that’s all going to change. Dare you take a peek through the dark window? In Dark Window, Yvonne Finlan has walked past the house that sits opposite the office block where she works countless times, and she’s never even given it a second thought. Tonight however, something will happen to change all of that and her life will never be the same again. In Crying Boy, an American honeymoon couple take home more than they bargained for after visiting a London antiques shop. The Ice Cream Man involves two young friends, an urban myth and a secretive late night outing. In Soror Mea, a satellite TV repair mans last call of the day turns ...


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Born in Southampton, England in 1973, Phillip Drake has always had an interest in reading and writing. He has studied both English Literature and Creative Writing and his favourite authors include Stephen King, James Herbert, Nick Hornby, Pat Barker and Bernard Cornwell. His writing style has been compared to such luminaries as Washington Irving and Philip K. Dick. In addition to reading and writing, Phillip enjoys spending time with his three children, and he is also an avid fan of Southampton Football Club, as well as having a keen interest in the supernatural. Phil is an Oxford University man, he didn't study there, but he always roots for them in the Boat Race!


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Born in Southampton, England in 1973, Phillip Drake has always had an interest in reading and writing. He has studied both English Literature and Creative Writing and his favourite authors include Stephen King, James Herbert, Nick Hornby, Pat Barker and Bernard Cornwell. His writing style has been compared to such luminaries as Washington Irving and Philip K. Dick. In addition to reading and wri...


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