A Murder of Crows

Adult
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Fresh after a move, problems with the new neighbors would be the last thing you'd want. Yet, Danny could swear that there was something wrong with the birds here. Something sinister. His cat seemed to sense it too. But Rebecca was certain it was all in Danny's mind. There was something else in Danny's mind too. Something out there was trying to talk to him, to get in his head... More
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About Reed W. Huston

Reed Huston is a mild mannered engineer who loves to read and write in his lounging time. His favorite authors include Stephen King, Michael Crichton and Clive Cussler. No genre of book is too otherworldly for him, though he does prefer horror and adventures. Reed has written many short stories, though only a few appear on this site. His preferences are thrillers and horror. Reed also hopes to someday finish writing that epic historical fantasy novel set in Egypt followed by that space opera that's been floating around in his head waiting to be put to paper.

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Misty Reigenborn reviewed on on Dec. 23, 2016

Frightening tale with a surprise ending.
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Alex Hansen reviewed on on July 26, 2016

It starts off as nothing earth-shattering, but don't let that fool you—this story has a few tricks up its sleeve. The creepiness of the crows builds steadily into a fury of confusion and terror, finally culminating in a truly unsettling, truly shocking ending.

It's a quick read with a delicious payoff!
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Antonio Simon, Jr reviewed on on June 23, 2016

Taking a page from Hitchcock's classic film, "The Birds," this eerie short story features a young couple who are troubled by the odd behavior of the crows outside their window. Things take a turn for the supernatural when the birds start putting terse messages into their heads - threats of bodily harm and death if they don't leave their new home at once. It's a chilling read.
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