Darkness on the Edge of Town
- Stories of Pine Deep
- Narrated by: Ray Porter
- Length: 5 hrs and 11 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-05-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
In "Long Way Home", a young soldier returns from the Middle East and discovers that there is another - and much stranger - war to be fought in his hometown.
In "Mister Pockets" a young paperboy discovers that a random act of kindness may have greater consequences - especially as night falls in Pine Deep.
In "Property Condemned", a prequel to the Pine Deep trilogy, young Malcolm Crow and his friends go looking for ghosts and find something much darker and hungrier.
In "Whistlin' Past the Graveyard", a cemetery worker in Pine Deep begins to suspect that the dead are not resting easy in their graves.
And in the new story "The Trouble", a direct sequel to the Pine Deep trilogy, Malcolm Crow thought he had destroyed the evil that had terrorized his town for 40 years. But a new series of brutal murders forces him to prepare for another battle with the forces of darkness.
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By Beatleknight on 05-02-17
Love these characters
Have been a big Mayberry fan since I happened upon Ghost Road Blues paperback before Borders closed down. Didn't read it at the time as I wasn't aware that it was one book in a trilogy. Got all 3 and read them within a week. Awesome story with great characters. Fast paced and exciting. Although not necessary to enjoy the stories in this book, I think you are doing yourself an injustice if you don't read or listen to the trilogy. Oh and the narration is amazing! Overall a strong recommendation with 5 solid stars!!
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By Ashman on 23-02-18
one of the better sets of short stories
In my opinion this is one of the better sets of short stories about or related to pine deep...and although I haven't bought the series .......YET....i fully plan to after lustening to this. I like the crow and mike sweeny character and it gives enough info about the series to make me want the other books, without needing them. to me, this is worth it.....fyi, the first story is really sad, could totally relats to the main character...but it doea get better.....don't let the sadness bring you down...it makes the story
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