Multi-volume and multi-genre authors Bibiana Krall and Veronica Cline Barton introduce us to the third volume in the The Haunted book series, “Wicked Mist”:
Welcome to Wicked Mist, Book 3 (The Haunted Series) Filled with Urban legends, ghosts, haunted houses, magical realism, and supernatural themes. This year it's all about the mist!
Travel the world and enjoy a collection of luxurious, award-winning, short stories with a paranormal edge from the writing desks of Bibiana Krall and Veronica Cline Barton. This 'spirited' anthology is guaranteed to give you the shivers and keep you reading late into the night with heady doses of mystery, haunted imagery and psychological suspense. Catch up and read Hearth Fires, Book 1 and Tangled Webs, Book 2 and prepare for an intense ride to places unknown.
Diamonds & Ashes by Veronica Cline Barton (California Coast)
The seeds of greed reap their reward...
Witch by Bibiana Krall (Mackinac Island)
An Island adventure in Michigan becomes an alternate history lesson, after a young woman discovers something treacherous lurking in the water…
Area 58 by Veronica Cline Barton (#SomewhereInNevada)
Somewhere in Nevada Everything you thinksh you knowsh ish about to changshe.
Devil's Breath by Bibiana Krall (Columbia)
Beware the wrath of a beautiful and mysterious woman taking over the streets of Medellin.
One man at a time...
Unrequited by Veronica Cline Barton (England)
Don't go breakin' my heart now, boys...
What does your garden grow?
Ningyo by Bibiana Krall (Japan)
A troubled spirit wanders beyond the forests of Mt. Fuji, hoping for their chance to avenge a brutal murder.
Will good or evil prevail?
Thanks so much for reading! Enjoy the bonus pages with bespoke cocktails and savory appetizers to help make this a wonderful and spooky Halloween!
I love this newest book in The Haunted series. Wicked Mist keeps the reputation of these writers and series spotless.
The different stories set in different cultures give us a spooky glimpse into other parts of the world. These stories are not extremely gory and I like that a lot. I have also enjoyed Barton's other writings in the cozy mystery genre.
Witch by Krall was the creepiest story for me and I loved it.
Area 58 by Barton gave me the most pleasure and still creeped me out. It has a sci-fi bent to it and is pretty funny also.
Which story is your favorite? They are all good and not to be mist! 😉
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