Edited by Alexander S. Brown and J. L. Mulvihill; illustrated by Robert K and published by Seventh Star Press, this anthology of 16 ghostly tales range from Missouri to Louisiana and use real life locations to start each story off.
While some of the stories are not as entertaining as others, the introduction to new authors is an overall treat. I also liked the different types of ghost stories on offer. Each is an original take on already infamous buildings, roads, and areas filled with southern spooks and legends.
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Southern Haunts is just one of several anthologies on offer at the moment that give us a view of what lies out there just waiting for us to discover it. It is full of variety and has something in it that should appeal to everyone who loves this genre.
This book is available on Amazon.com and other booksellers.
A 4 out of 5 stars for me based just on the variety and the setting. I am, after all, a southern boy who loves his southern ghosts!
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