The Dead and the Dying

By Ron Shaw

General fiction, Horror, Paranormal, Religion & spirituality, Short stories, Young adult | eBook


Like to feel the hair rising on the back of your neck? How about a tingle chasing up and down your spine? Then internationally read, From Gents’ Pens author Ron Show, host of The Ron Shaw Show on ArtistFirst Radio Network, has written the perfect story for you. Bloodied streets, voodoo curses, and a mysterious cameo all set the stage as murder, young lovers, and an act of historic cruelty all converge and head blindly towards a suspense-filled conclusion on one horrific, rainy night in Georgia. You won’t want to miss this one!



Ron Shaw is an Atlanta, Georgia, native who currently resides in Gwinnett County, Georgia, with his wife and daughter. He attended Roosevelt High School in Atlanta and continued his education at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia for two years. Ron met his future wife in Atlanta after his second year at Mercer and transferred his junior year to Georgia State University. In 1973, with new responsibilities, he became an Atlanta Police Officer while attending college full time. Ron attained a BA degree in English Literature from Georgia State University in 1974. He retired from the Atlanta Police Department in 1996 after a very fulfilling and prolific career. He is the author of the Cramped Quarters series, and his short story The Dead and the Dying will appear in Annie Acorn's 2015 Spirited Tales. You can follow Ron at @RonGizmo on Twitter and friend him on Facebook. He is the author of the blog at ronshawmedia.com. You can interact directly with Ron each Monday night at 8:00 p.m. as he hosts the Ron Shaw Show on ArtistFirst Radio Network at artistfirst.com/ronshaw.htm.


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Ron Shaw is an Atlanta, Georgia, native who currently resides in Gwinnett County, Georgia, with his wife and daughter. He attended Roosevelt High School in Atlanta and continued his education at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia for two years. Ron met his future wife in Atlanta after his second year at Mercer and transferred his junior year to Georgia State University. In 1973, with new respo...


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