Shelter From the Storm - A Ghost Story for Christmas

Rated 4.14/5 based on 7 reviews
A weary traveler finds himself stranded on the doorstep of two proper Victorian ladies during a wild winter storm. More
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About Barrymore Tebbs

Barrymore Tebbs' writing combines the brooding atmosphere of Gothic fiction with the unexpected twists and turns of the Psychological Thriller to create "historical, doom-laden creepfests about people struggling (and often failing) to make sense of the situations they find themselves in."

A polished stylist with an uncanny ability to transport the reader to a specific time and place, in recent works he has moved from the form of Gothic horror popularized by such mid Twentieth Century writers as Daphne du Maurier and Thomas Tryon into the genre of Pulp style crime - resulting in Nocturne in the Key of Death and a Dark and Lonely Highway, both modeled on the writings of Cornell Woolrich.

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Reviews

tacoman11788 reviewed on Aug. 14, 2015

This is the first story I've read by Barrymore Tebbs. I can't wait to read more by this author!
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vivascarlett reviewed on July 15, 2015

A story that started off well and just got better and better. I loved it!
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Louise Ann Barton reviewed on Jan. 28, 2015

Well written, a fresh take on a classic plot. Loved some of the descriptions, such as the two old women smelling like a funeral parlor. More attention should have been given to composing the ending as it just dropped off.
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Sue Erickson reviewed on Nov. 18, 2014

Nice story.
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James Jenkins reviewed on Dec. 17, 2013

Well written, but this story has been written so much it's pretty hard to get it wrong.
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Tanya Freeth reviewed on Dec. 14, 2013

Very good, I like the concept of the ladies in their own private hell.
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Ann Kirihara reviewed on Dec. 3, 2013

I got this book yesterday and decided to read it before bed. Not too smart cause this book makes you think. I loved it. What a great story and a brilliant ending. Another winner, Barrymore!
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