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Nightmares Book VI F.D. Land

Nightmares Book VI

F.D. Land

Published August 27th 2011
ISBN : 9781465357564
Paperback
186 pages
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Nightmares book six“Eye of Alantium”The island of Alantium was a trade center of the Mediterranean. All kinds of ships came to the island to trade. Ships from the countries of all, the known world. Persia, Egypt, and Greece, traded with Alantium.MoreNightmares book six“Eye of Alantium”The island of Alantium was a trade center of the Mediterranean. All kinds of ships came to the island to trade. Ships from the countries of all, the known world. Persia, Egypt, and Greece, traded with Alantium. But even with all those ships coming and going the Alantium’s always knew which ships carried weapons and men, and they were always sunk.“Screams in the Dark”Saving up her money to buy a house and finally had enough. She found one about eighty five miles from New York to the north in a little town called Deadville. The house Christine had found was an older house. But she could tell by the way it looked, that it had been worked on some, off and on through out the years. She wondered why no one had finished the work on it, and why no one lived there. But it was kind of secluded. It set right in the middle of a hundred acres no neighbors for miles. Christine liked the seclusion and she was determined to stay in the house. The devil himself could not chase her off. She would fight the demons of hell to keep her house.“Leader of the Pack”I saw them go into the bushes- I saw Bobby stop and Johnny saw him too, he came sliding to a stop behind Bobby. Bobby looked back at me and smiled and jumped headfirst into the bushes and out ran two rabbits and up the hill they went with Bobby right behind. Johnny looked back at me with a disgusted look on his face. He had learned another lesson, to keep an eye on what’s going on at all times.“Ghost of Ocean Manor”She walked up to the door and placed the key in the keyhole. She turned the key, and she could hear the lock as it unlocked. She turned the doorknob and it turned just fine. She pushed on the door, but it wouldn’t move at all. She turned the key again thinking that maybe it hadn’t unlocked. She could hear the lock as it locked and she could hear it as it unlocked. She pushed on the door again and it moved a little that time, and then pushed shut again.