Book: Rip Tide by Brian Bigelowcategories: Book, Demon, Novella, Possession, Jack the Ripper, Paranormal, Horror
Brian Bigelowabout this book: A violent killer from the past...
A horror author from the present...
Jack the Ripper only took a break and now he's back. Phineas Smith is a struggling author trying to write his next novel. Together, they end up sharing one body after a visit to a museum. It's a life changing event for both in this story of the macabre. Find out what happens for yourself as you delve into the book.
This story originated with a nightmare and became so much more in the twisted fertile imagination of Mr Bigelow.
• Excerpt from the book:
A dense swirling fog began to form in the middle of the pentagram and enveloped Jeremy as he stood there. He coughed at the acrid taste on his lips and tongue. In his amazement the room became indistinct as it appeared to be covered with a white haze. Uttering unintelligible sounds he began to be stretched into wispy tendrils that extended towards the floor. The effect reminded him a moment of sand in an hourglass and then the thought disappeared. It scared him a moment when he started to see through his hand as the offering bowl fell and became part of the swirling tempest.
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