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They Stalk the Night by Brian Moreland

This novel begins with the tale of a pipeline being constructed through a formerly holy land in the spooky woods. A division exists in this small town between the descendants of Norwegian settlers and the town itself. Amidst this setting, there are accounts of monstrous beings dwelling in the woods, maintaining an uneasy peace with the villagers. However, once the pipeline devastates this area, anything can happen.

These creatures exhibit an unrelenting terror as they break through with a never-ending display of viciousness and bloodshed. Some characters in this tale are oblivious, while others go to great lengths to halt the carnage. Intertwined in between are a couple of intriguing side stories about different characters, which only amplify the tension created by this book.

This story had me captivated and on the edge of my seat. The pages are brimming with excellent writing, characters, and vivid descriptions. For horror enthusiasts, this is a chilling read. I'll definitely be exploring more works by this author in the future.

Many thanks to @Netgalley @BrianMoreland @flametreepress & @RandomTTours for a spot on the tour.


About the Author

Brian Moreland writes a blend of mystery, dark suspense and horror. He has written ten books,

Including The Devil’s Woods, The Witching House, Tomb of Gods and Savage Island.

An adventure seeker and world traveler, Brian currently lives in North Texas, where he enjoys creating scary books and short stories.

Follow Brian on Twitter @BrianMoreland

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