Black Brig

Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Join the crew of the Damned with this short tale from Jeffrey Kosh.
Originally released as ‘Black Schooner’, Black Brig is an edited version, restructured, and made more fluid, set now in the same alternate universe of Dead Men Tell No Tales.
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Words: 5,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476457598
About Jeffrey Kosh

Jeffrey Kosh is the pen name of an author of two novels, some novelettes, and a long series of short stories. Perhaps best known for his horror fiction, Jeffrey also writes erotica and likes to experience different paths. His works have been published by Alexandria Publishing Group, Grinning Skull Press, May-December Publications, and EFW. He is also a graphic artist, creating covers for various authors and publishing houses. His various careers have led him to travel extensively worldwide, developing a passion for photography, wildlife, history, and popular folklore. All these things heavy influenced his writing style. His short story ‘HAUNT’ was featured in the ‘FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE’ anthology, while ‘ROAD OFF’ became the lead in the ‘SCARE PACKAGE’ anthology. His debut novel, ‘FEEDING THE URGE’ is now at its second edition. He loves kayaking, horseback riding, hiking, and never relaxes ...
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Review by: C.G Mahood on July 09, 2014 :
I Read this in a single was incredible! loved it! i would strongly recommend it to everyone interested in the horror/fantasy/fiction/written word/fans of water/fans of yea....everyone!
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Review by: JENNIFER THOMAS on Sep. 13, 2012 :
Once again Jeffrey Kosh has taken hold of my imagination and pulled me straight into the world he had so passionately put into words for readers to enjoy. This short story takes you through ones mans fear for his family, his need to find them and finally his sadness and realization that he has become what he fears and hates the most in the world.
As I read this story I didn't even notice that I was turning the pages on my Kindle the words just flowed from the pages and I was absorbed into every detail.
A great suspenseful horror.
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Review by: L. I. Adams on Sep. 13, 2012 :
The Black Brig is a story of madness and cannibalism, of death and horror. It is masterfully told in the first person giving one the impression of being the madman, the mariner. A very quick read and well worth the time.
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Review by: Ardy on June 29, 2012 :
A fascinating and disturbing story. Well worth reading.
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