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KatsTales: Journeys Into the Velvet Darkeness - Revealed Evil
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Publisher:  Create Space ISBN-10:  1448684595


Copyright:  June 25, 2009 ISBN-13:  139781448684595

Thirteen short stories exploring the wicked deeds that live in every heart.

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Kats Tales

Revealed Evil - the first volume of Kats Tales:  Journeys Into the Velvet Darkness series.  Thirteen short horror stories that will haunt you long after you finish reading the book.

Soon to follow Revealed Evil will be the next 2 volumes, Nature's Secrets and Shadows.

Revealed Evil is available in ebook and print formats.  It will soon be available as a radio play style audio CD.

Look for selected stories from Revealed Evil as short films in 2010.

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Reviewed by Laura Vosika 9/23/2009
Journeys Into the Velvet Darkness: Revealed Evil" is a collection of short stories, exploring the darker side of human nature. They are Edgar Allen Poe with an O. Henry twist.

It's a pleasure to have bite-size stories. Each one kept me captivated until the end, wondering what was going to happen. Some endings I saw coming-- though never in quite the way I expected-- and some took me completely by surprise. Part of the fun of these stories was trying to guess, and the surprise always waiting at the end.

I'm not typically a reader of horror, but I think this book will appeal to a far greater audience than that label suggests. I highly recommend it

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