In Hunter’s Moon: Visceral Tales of Terror R. Scott McCoy delivers nineteen nightmare inducing stories. The anthology includes tales collected for the first time into a single volume with many never before released works. This is a collection no horror fan should miss.
From the powerfully affecting wartime tales “Frostbite” and “A Dish Best Served Cold” to the noir flavored “Bitch Queen” and darkly humorous yet disturbing “Jihad” and many more, McCoy displays his mastery of the short story as he pulls readers deep into the horrifying worlds of hunters and the hunted, predators and prey.
About R. Scott McCoy
R. Scott McCoy was born in Kodiak Alaska and raised in Bemidji Minnesota. He currently lives in the northern suburbs of the Twin Cities with his family. He's had more than twenty short stories published in a variety of magazines and anthologies. His 1st Novel, Feast, was released from Shroud Publishing in September 2009 and his 2nd novel The White Faced Bear was released from Belfire Press in October 2010. Scott owns Stygian Publications, was the editor of Necrotic Tissue and is an Affiliate Member of the HWA.
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