Amidst 62 acres of lush farmland and orchards in Old Gate, Virginia, stood the magnificent yellow brick structure known as Bliss House. Built in 1878 by Randolph Hasbrouck Bliss as a country retreat, Bliss House was impressive, historic; it was also inexplicable and mysterious. Decades of strange occurrences, disappearances and deaths have plagued the house since the beginning, yet it remained vibrant. And very much alive. Above all, Bliss House possessed an incurable sickness, a palpable darkness and secrets embedded within its walls.
Laura Benedict is the author of DEVIL’S OVEN, a modern Frankenstein tale, as well as the dark suspense novels ISABELLA MOON (Ballantine 2007) and CALLING MR. LONELY HEARTS (Ballantine 2009). Her work has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, PANK, and numerous anthologies like Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads (Oceanview), and Slices of Flesh (Dark Moon Books). She originated and edited the Surreal South Anthology of Short Fiction Series with her husband, Pinckney Benedict, and recently edited Feeding Kate, a charity anthology, for their press, Gallowstree Press. She’s frequently told that she’s much scarier than she looks.
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