Spirits: A Haunting Love Story

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Fascinated by the ghostly crying that haunts a repertory theatre house, Sally and Rob begin to unravel the mystery behind the eerie occurances, while learning about the undying passion that can bind two people together or a person to a place. More

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About Mark Leslie

Mark Leslie is a writer, editor and bookseller living in southern Ontario.

Mark's writing falls most closely into the "Twilight Zone" camp of fiction - he calls himself a horror writer but his tales include horror, elements of science fiction and fantasy.

Mark's first published horror story "Phantom Mitch" appeared in Wicked Mystic magazine in October of 1993 and received honourable mention in The Year's Best Fantasty & Horror #7 (Datlow & Windling).

Mark's books included One Hand Screaming (a collection of short fiction), the horror novel I, Death and the thrillers Evasion and A Canadian Werewolf in New York. He has also edited North of Infinity II, Campus Chills, Tesseracts Sixteen: Parnassus Unbound, Fiction River: Editor's Choice and Fiction River: Feel the Fear.

Mark's non-fiction explorations of the paranormal include Haunted Hamilton, Spooky Sudbury (co-authored), Tomes of Terror, Creepy Capital, Haunted Hospitals (co-authored) and Macabre Montreal (co-authored)

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J reviewed on on June 7, 2011

Loved the story! Unexpected ending, left me wanting more.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Dan Postma reviewed on on June 6, 2011

A very good work of speculative fiction. Recommended.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Carol Weekes reviewed on on June 3, 2011

I just finished reading Mark's story 'Spirit', and loved it. The story contains the kind of rich detail and imagery that Mark's writing always elicits. Although Mark's afterword, where he gives some history on the story, states that the story fell into a kind of 'cross-genre' category and not a full 'horror' story, I found the tale brought shivers along my skin while reading it. There's a quiet kind of dreadful anticipation in this tale, from page to page - and let's face it - finding yourself inside a darkened, quiet, and abandoned theatre is frightening enough. Waiting for something to happen next...is more frightening. This tale delivers, and its ending provides an unexpected, yet satisfying twist. I enjoyed this story immensely.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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