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Horrorcifica: 4 Terrifying Tales

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Length: 62 pages54 minutes

Summary

From soon-to-be #1 New York Times bestselling author Claudia D. Zawa, the birth-giver of horror, comes this new short story collection of unholy evil.

Killer Judge
A retired zombie hunter goes after his daughter's abusive boyfriend.

Chocolate Vampire Santa
Santa Claus turns a woman into a vampire and takes her to the North Pole.

Billionaire Werewolf Farm
"Vampires! Werewolves! And more! Visit our farm to see your favorite monster! (Warning: Your daughter might fall in love with a werewolf.)"

Zombie OBGYN
A demon falls out of a woman's vagina and turns people into zombies.

Warning: These stories are so frightening, you just might vomit your guts out and die. Or in the very least find yourself with a mild headache. They're that scary. Parental supervision is advised.

Author's note: I wrote, composed, weaved, birthed these stories while severely drunk in order to open the creative, demonic floodgates of my itchy brain. It was a terrifying success. Are you ready to be injected (lovingly) with virginal fear? Read on, adventurer...if you dare!

Acclaim for Claudia D. Zawa and her horrific books:

“I was so scared, my eyeballs literally fell out.”—Dr. Jessy P. Liop, optometrist

“100% gruesome horror. Buy this book...if you're man enough.”—Stacy Gravitran, transsexual

“Sadomasochism never looked so good.”—Joe Japanjew, priest

“I lost control of my bladder! And then I read this book.”—Lilly Xolotot, elder

“Hitler is rolling in his grave.”—Dave Davertin, Hawaiian shirt maker

“A hideous mix of terror, humor, and urinary tract infections. ”—Filipino Water Review Board

“Vocabulary is rolling in its grave.”—Waikiki Book-Books

“Terrifying as it is seductive. . . a wonderfully fat and smiling story. Whatever that means.”—Hawaii Center For Kidney Stones Control

“No one scares me like Zawa! But that's because she keeps calling me in the middle of the night, threatening to wear my face like a hat. Make her stop! Someone call the police!”—Claudia D. Zawa

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