The Widows Greer

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Glenn Sanders, newspaper editor and Watchman of Crayton, becomes suspicious after a wealthy man's widow begins to exhibit erratic behavior. He feels compelled to investigate, but what he learns turns out to be a threat much greater than he could have imagined. A sequel to "The Watchman" from "Zero Hour: Stories of Spiritual Suspense."

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About Stoney M. Setzer

Stoney M. Setzer lives in a small town about an hour south of Atlanta, GA, with his beautiful wife and three wonderful children. As a fiction writer, he strives to create suspenseful stories with spiritual (Christian) themes. Some of Stoney's stories have been described as "the Twilight Zone with a Christian worldview." His works have been featured in such publications as Residential Aliens, Fear and Trembling, Crossed Genres, and Christian Sci-Fi Journal, as well as a number of anthologies. Recently, he has also published an anthology of his own work entitled Zero Hour, which is available on www.amazon.com and at Smashwords. He is employed as a middle school special education teacher. When he isn't working or writing, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, visiting amusement parks, and watching the Atlanta Braves. He also maintains a blog at http://zerohourbystoneymsetzer.blogspot.com/

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Review by: H.G. Estok on Nov. 18, 2013 :
This suspenseful story is a sequel to "The Watchman" in Setzer's ZERO HOUR collection, but it stands well enough on its own. A grieving widow suddenly comes onto the narrator -- his first clue that all is not as it seems. There are greater supernatural powers at work, and the final showdown between good and evil is tense and well-executed. Stay tuned for more tales of the Watchman!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: ResAliens Press on May 31, 2012 :
Creepy and suspenseful. Sort of a cross between a "cozy mystery and a cozy thriller" - although the spiritual warfare and doppelganger horror occurring behind the scenes is anything but cozy. (I think I'm using that term correctly - it signifies to me an adult themed, but clean, non-offensive writing style that ultimately ends on a hopeful note, but not before it takes you on a thrill ride of a story.) Recommended for its Christian values and Twilight Zone-like storytelling.
(review of free book)

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