Ash Street

Sinister Grin Press
October 2012

Now available for your Kindle or Kobo.

 

D E S C R I P T I O N

“Lee Thomas always has something on his mind beyond the scares.  And he presents it eloquently.”
— Jack Ketchum

Years have passed since thrill killers, Selma Baxter and Derek Thomason, were brought to justice. For the families of their victims, these have been years of mourning and sorrow and even relief. But things have changed. The victims of Baxter and Thomason’s crimes are returning to their loved ones. They bring no messages of affection, no joy, no optimism, no promises of closure. They bring nothing but torment and dread.

The house on Ash Street has burned to the ground. What lived inside, now roams free.

R E V I E W S

“Thomas takes a different look at ghosts and adds serial killers to twist the two genres into something fresh. Fun stuff.”
The Horror Fiction Review

“Let me go ahead and get this out of the way: Ash Street is one of the best ghost stories I’ve ever read. It’s gripping, scary and full of unexpected moments. There are a multitude of reasons why it works as well as it does: well-written, engaging prose, unpredictable characters, a gripping plot that’s kinda like a horrific who-done-it, but what I enjoyed most were the ghosts themselves… Ash Street is an excellent, engaging book that should be a must-read for any fan of supernatural horror.” — A.P. Powell, Hellnotes

“Once again, a book that gets right into the heart of things from the very first sentence… I love it!! I feel that I should warn you that this book should not be read while sitting alone in a semi-dark room while it’s raining outside (ok, so the raining part doesn’t even really matter, it just happened to be raining here that night and made things creepier)… you WILL get creeped out. A number of times I found myself looking to the windows to see if someone was peeking in or double checking there was no one hiding in the yard as … This book freaked me out!” — Desiree Putaski, The Bookie Monster