Walter's Rifle : Haunted Collection Series

  • by Ron Ripley
  • Narrated by Thom Bowers
  • Series: Haunted Collection Series
  • 7 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The gleaming muzzle of a rifle burns with an insatiable desire, and its new owner is all too happy to comply....
Haunted items are traversing the country, and their ghosts are wreaking havoc on their new owners. At the center of the chaos is an old rifle possessed by a blood-thirsty specter, who dreams of massacres at every turn. Meanwhile, lurking in a nearby mailbox is an antique novel possessed by a monster who takes pleasure in agonizing, heart-stopping torture.
Stefan Korzh’s plan is unraveling flawlessly, and he can’t imagine a better way of seeking revenge on the world. But Victor Daniels and Jeremy Rhinehart won’t let that happen. Recovering from their grisly encounters with the dead, they’re more prepared than ever before. They work on finding the sources of bloodshed and imprisoning the crazed collectibles.
With murderous ghosts continuing to raise the death toll, Victor and Jeremy have their hands full. They race against time to stop the mayhem and save innocent bystanders. Fueled by their quest for revenge, each step brings them toward the culprit behind all the horror. But as they get closer to catching this madman, they discover how dangerous Stefan Korzh truly is....


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Nasty Ghosts

This book is not as good as Ron's Sherman's Library which was really good, this is also about cursed objects. The stories are getting to be too much alike, you know the ending before you begin, salt, iron and a lead box, ghost defeated. Just my opinion but I think for a change, get rid of the ghosts and do something like the old TV series 'Friday the 13' about a shop called Curious Goods which has cursed antiques cutesy of the original owner and black magic. The antiques cannot be destroyed and must be found and locked up. I think Ron Ripley could do a really good job with a story like that (and no ghosts included).
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- Freda

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-12-2017
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