I’m so glad you’ve decided to follow my stories, and I’d like to thank you as well. Without your support, I really wouldn’t be able to continue doing what I love, and that’s writing frightening tales.
This newest work has taken me a little longer to finish, and that’s because Shane and I have had some discussions on what he should be doing. Let’s just say that he usually gets his way, although he always pays for it in the end.
I’m always impressed with buildings, the way they can absorb the personalities and experiences of those who lived within them. I was thinking of this while reading about prisons, and, naturally, I thought about haunted prisons. Which led me to wonder what would happen if one of them had an accident.
Not a small accident, of course, but a catastrophic misfortune. One that caused not one or two or even three deaths, but possibly hundreds. Would the ghosts of the dead remain? And what would you do if there were hundreds of ghosts crammed into a building?
What would happen if they got out?
That’s what Kurkow Prison is all about. I hope you’ll take the time to read it, and I’d like to thank you again for your support. It really is people like you who help me do what I do.
Kurkow Prison is available today. It’s the 5th installment of the Berkley Street Series so make sure you’ve read the following first: