We’ve all been put in situations when we had to question if it really is better to be safe than sorry It’s those times when we have to decide if we’re just being paranoid, or if the threat is actually real.

I was working at an island resort when my new boss radioed for me to grab something from the “old kitchen”. Decades of renovations had moved the resort away from this building, and it was now used to store things they were too lazy to throw out.

I opened the rusted door and found a maze of metal and shadows. It was just me and an abandoned building full of hiding places. I took a moment to look at my options.

Turns out that the island has numerous breeds of venomous snakes that would love to call the “old kitchen” home, so it was good I moved around cautiously.

In this volume, we explore the horrors that can creep up on us when we’re least expecting it. A seemingly innocent gift of a cat’s collar could lead to a grisly death. A series of bizarre accidents follow a new couple’s budding relationship. A reality television show leaves a group of strangers isolated in the woods—but far from alone.

Feeling safe doesn’t always mean that you are.

Sometimes, it just means that you’re not paying attention.

Terror in the Shadows Volume 20 is now available on Amazon, priced at 99c for a limited time only!

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Sara Clancy