Emily in Paris meets The Exorcist! ★★★★★
Will you ever say "I Love Paris" again? Dare to find out . . .
Don't miss this! ◆ Author D.J. Swales conceived this disturbing tale on a night walk, while working at Paris Fashion Week ◆
Ryan is an awkward Irish poet. He moves to Paris on the heels of a messy break up. Ryan's new home is a decaying mansion block, built atop the ruins of a monastery. Nearby, the Paris Metro rattles through Barbès – Rochechouart station at all hours of the night. Ryan finds a job in an Irish pub in Le Marais. He becomes besotted with Constance, his French co-worker from Bordeaux. Lovestruck Ryan’s eccentric Paris neighbour, Madame Blankenfelde, appears at his place of work. She is terrified. Together, Ryan and Constance are quickly drawn into disturbing events beyond their imagining . . . events of an old, malevolent, and determined lineage.
KINDLE BESTSELLER RANKING:
#5 in Historical Fiction Short Stories
#8 in Literary Short Stories
#20 in Ghost Suspense
#24 in Horror Short Stories
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A chilling short story, set in the City of Light. The unmissable latest release from the author of the BARATANAC TRILOGY, Book One of Fitzmarbury Witches – the accomplished debut historical fiction, supernatural horror, and dark fantasy series and sagas available on Amazon, Kindle, and Kindle Unlimited.
Shudder at this Short Story of the Macabre, the first of D.J. Swales' Bloomsbury Chronicles short stories to be published.
OTHER BOOKS FROM D. J. Swales
MIDNIGHT'S TWIN: DARK POEMS PENNED IN WITCHING HOURS (KINDLE BESTSELLER #7 Contemporary Poetry #8 American Poetry)
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