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Chasing Ghosts, by Glenn Rolfe Sinister Grin Press Media Kit Publicist/Marketing: Erin Al-Mehairi Contact: hookofabook@hotmail.com Follow along the tour with these hashtags: #ChasingGhosts #Rolfed #WoodsPeople Chasing Ghosts, Synopsis File Size: 340 KB Print Length: 102 pages Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited Publisher: Sinister Grin Press (August 1, 2016) Publication Date: August 1, 2016
The Cobbs were ignorant woods-people that died off and left nothing to fear. Locals in Naples, Maine think they know this story. But are they wrong? Luke Howard and his mom move to Naples and Luke’s eager to make new friends. When Jason and Davey invite him out to the abandoned Cobb place for a game they call “chasing ghosts,” he’s ready and willing. However, the boys will come to discover that some vacant houses are better left to die alone. Meanwhile, a punk band set to play in a rented cabin out of town feel eyes upon them. Somebody’s watching, but not their usual audience. When their lead singer strays too far from the group and disappears, his band mates set out in the darkness to find him. Police Chief Walt Henderson is about to discover that there’s more going on out in the woods of his town than he ever imagined. Chasing ghosts is more than just some children’s game.
Biography Glenn Rolfe is an author, singer, songwriter and all around fun loving guy from the haunted woods of New England. He has studied Creative Writing at Southern New Hampshire University, and continues his education in the world of horror by devouring the novels of Stephen King, Jack Ketchum, Hunter Shea, Brian Moreland and many others. He and his wife, Meghan, have three children, Ruby, Ramona, and Axl. He is grateful to be loved despite his weirdness. He is the author the novellas, Abram's Bridge, Boom Town, Things We Fear, and the forthcoming, Chasing Ghosts; the short fiction collection, Slush; and the novels, The Haunted Halls and Blood and Rain. His first novella collection, Where Nightmares Begin, was released in March 2016. Praise for Glenn Rolfe “Things We Fear is a compulsively readable tale of obsession and dark suspense, with one of the creepiest villains I’ve encountered in recent years.” — Tim Waggoner, author of The Way of All Flesh “Glenn Rolfe’s new thriller is addictive. A quick, compelling read. Rolfe creates tension with a minimal amount of words. His characters are so well-drawn they come alive (before they die).” — Duncan Ralston, author of Salvage  “Fast paced and tense, with one of the most interesting monsters I’ve read about in recent times.” — Patrick Lacey, author of A Debt to Be Paid “Glenn Rolfe is quickly establishing a name for himself as one of a number of excellent new writers to ensure the horror genre is kept alive and well.” — Catherine Cavendish, author of Dark Avenging Angel “There is a definite old school feel about this novella (Things We Fear). It isn’t an over the top gore fest. Instead, what we have is a tense, psychological thriller that builds steadily towards a fitting climax.” -Adrian Shotbolt, at Ginger Nuts of Horror 

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Review: Chasing Ghosts

Chasing GhostsChasing Ghosts by Glenn Rolfe
My rating: 5 of 5 stars 

Review of CHASING GHOSTS by Glenn Rolfe

CHASING GHOSTS is a fabulous new novella from a master of the macabre: Glenn Rolfe. The influx of new blood into the horror genre is so gratifying, stimulating, and inspiring. These are authors whose commitment to writing excellence and to bringing only their best to each published work is gratifying, stimulating, and inspiring.

CHASING GHOSTS is gory, violent, and very, very scary. If you have a fear of isolated rural forested areas; if you ever wonder if the legends of backwoods inbreeding cannibalistic clans are true; if you just believe in genetic mutations; then this is the story for you. Flat out 0-90 in 6 seconds flat, it commences with hints of adultery and coming-of-age and roars straight into ghost-hunting and terrible danger. I loved it. 

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