A native of Alabama, Brett received a philosophy and history degree from the University of Alabama before moving to witch-haunted Massachusetts to attend Harvard Law School. Brett is the author of That Which Should Not Be, winner of JournalStone's 2011 novel contest. He has been published several times in the Absent Willow Review, and his short story, "The Substance of Shadow," won the 2011 Absent Willow Review short story contest. You can follow Brett at www.brettjtalley.com.
Three horrifying tales to chill your blood. A preacher learns that dead really is better in Death Comes Late. The hot wind scours Los Angeles in The Wind Passes Like A Fire. A doctor learns how to control the minds of men in Freedom of Speech. Read them if you dare, but beware the evil that lurks in the darkness, for something wicked this way comes!
Six strangers awaken in an empty room with metal walls, no door, and what appears to be a two way mirror. Then one by one, they start to die. From Brett J. Talley, author of the Bram Stoker Award nominee, That Which Should Not Be.