House of the Matriarch--A Novel of Horror

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Five women meet for a reading of the will for their grandmother, who disappeared mysteriously two years before. During a seance they learn that one of them killed and buried their grandmother in the basement. Panic ensues as
they try to figure out who killed her before their grandmother's ghost kills all of them, while each one struggles with her burgeoning telepathic powers. More

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Words: 64,300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458184924
About Fred L. Taulbee, Jr

4 July 2014 (I swear I'm going to barbecue later)

English teacher, writer, filmmaker.

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PUBLICATION HISTORY
I published two short stories in 1994, including "Six Bullets to Kill" in Innisfree and "The Last Tree" in Child Life Magazine. I recently published "A-Haunting We Will Go" in Bete Noire, available here: https://www.createspace.com/4546097

WORK EXPERIENCE
I have an MA in Literature and MFAs in Creative Writing and Film Production. I worked in the film industry for about two years, and it culminated in directing Gothic Vampires From Hell. Forgive me for it. I directed it in the style of the producer. It is available on Netflix.

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Review by: Allyson Wilson on April 19, 2011 :
House of the Matriarch (ISBN#: 978-1-4581-8492-4) explores the relationships of Anna and her five granddaughters. Anna, who made her living as a fortune teller, calls all of her grandchildren back to the house they visited during the summers of their childhood for the reading of her will, and then a seance. As the story progresses the women learn more about each other and themselves as they try to uncover the mystery behind their grandmother's disappearance. Set in Southwest Louisiana, House of the Matriarch has a smart, sexy, gritty tone that pulls the reader in quickly. At times comedic, sensual, and horrific, it is engaging and entertaining from start to finish.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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