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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Review: GHOSTS ON THE WAY TO GRAY LAKE by DAVID BAIN



Review: GHOSTS ON THE WAY TO GRAY LAKE by David Bain

This is a short piece, encompassing exactly what the title promises: ghosts, on the way to Gray Lake, discussed, pondered, and instilling fear in two young men, Dennison and Johnny, pretending to be brave and macho on a nerve-wrending drive out to the lake--in zero-visibility fog, to a voluminously haunted locale. Instead of ghost tales around a campfire, the two boys scare each other in the car.

GHOSTS ON THE WAY TO GRAY LAKE is a good short introduction to one of David Bain's trademark locales, and to his taut, smooth, writing style; plus it's scary.

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