Vampiro and Other Strange Tales of the Macabre: A Collection of Short Horror Stories

After the success of Kennedy’s first collection, Dark Thoughts, he brings you Vampiro and Other Strange Tales of the Macabre. This one contains stories inspired by TV shows from his youth, such as ‘Tales from the Crypt,’ ‘Eerie India,’ ‘The Twilight Zone’ & ‘The Outer Limits.’ Inside, you will find tales of a carnival vampire, a town overtaken by a special kind of Easter bunnies, tales of the insane, a journey through Hell at Christmas time, and many other shorts to make your hair stand on end. Some are funny, some are gross and some touch upon the evil of your fellow man.

Come and join us, but be warned… you may never want to leave.

Praise for Vampiro and Other Strange Tales of the Macabre

Gruesome, outrageous, and extraordinarily entertaining: VAMPIRO AND OTHER STRANGE TALES OF THE MACABRE presents twisted tales of demonic possession, brutal monsters, revenge, and something like demented glee. It’s everything you’d want—and expect—from acclaimed author Kevin J. Kennedy.
Eric J. Guignard, award-winning author and editor, including That Which Grows Wild and Doorways to the Deadeye

‘Kennedy’s work is getting more impressive with each publication. I had a great time with this collection. You should seriously check it out.’
Andrew Lennon, Author of Ode to Death

‘A nerve-wracking stroll through the bad neighborhood of a brilliant horror author’s dark imagination’
Chuck Anderson, author of Ocean Gores and Sin City Succubus

‘Kevin Kennedy puts together a horrific selection box of tales…. Some serious, some tongue in cheek, all disturbing… That leave you wanting to devour another set’
Lex H. Jones, author of Nick and Abe & The Old One and the Sea

‘This collection is a perfect read for any time of year if you’re looking for a wonderful collection of creepy and strange tales!’
Erica Robyn from the Erica Robyn Reads blog

‘These stories are not for the weak of heart, they are wonderfully nasty, deliciously depraved and at times downright licentious.’
William C. Bitner Jr, Books in my Library blog

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