A novella by Peter Giglio with an introduction by Stoker-winning author, Joe McKinney
Edgar is a ghost cursed to spend his nights at Sunfall Manor, an apartment complex that was once a farmhouse in the flatlands of Nebraska. Every night he must move through five different dwellings, haunted by the living–a drunken and paranoid writer, an abused housewife, a colder-than-ice web-mistress, a two-bit drug dealer, and a crazy old man who plays with puppets–trying to unlock the secrets of who he is. But tonight is different. The lost souls of Sunfall Manor are ready to give up the ghost, and the past is ready to open its cold, unforgiving arms.
“Any horror fan who’s properly awake has been following the crazily productive visionary exactitude of Peter Giglio. He slings plainsong toughness pressurized by pop-eyed mania. SUNFALL MANOR’s not his debut, though it’s his debut masterpiece: A cold-trance-inducing, five-click merry-go-round about a rundown dwelling in …the flatlands that feels more like a schizoid colony in outer space. This thing should be a major film, though we’ll have to wake up Kubrick to do it right. A work of art that you’ll be judged for missing.” —Eric Shapiro, author of SHORT OF A PICNIC and STORIES FOR THE END OF THE WORLD
Coming October 2012!