Imagine a world beyond our own. With Four Corners Dark, William McNally takes readers to the darkest depths of the imagination.
Fans of horror and suspense will find story after story that teeters on the brink between spooky and downright chilling. Terrifying encounters and haunting twists power this collection of works.
In "Engine Eighteen," a group of Mexican immigrants attempt to cross a desert border to begin new lives, but end up paying a price for their old lives. "Return to Nowhere," is the story of a man who has the extraordinary ability to remake his lives and escape his pasts."The Raven Mocker," a novella, tells the tale of a couple who encounters a dark force along the border between life and death. "The Spinning Wheel," examines the face of fate and the choice given to one man to change it.
This is a fairly fast read which you can easily finish in oned sitting. There are three very short stories and one expanded story. Here are my thoughts on each: Engine Eighteen starts out like many films about smuggling people into the US from Mexico (Think Paraiso Travel and El Norte) and starts to turn supernatural. The supernatural parts are a little bit confusing and it is if the people are being seduced by the Devil. Return to Nowhere was my favorite tale and it involves a man … more