If you liked the spine-tingling, Stoker-inspired terror of Shadows In the Dark, then you will love the collection of related stories that takes place around the same point at the turn of the 19th century around the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes have always been filled with beauty, awe and mystery. Now they offer up waves of frightening tales of suspense and terror. From Flying Dutchman-like Mariners to an unspeakable evil transported back to Chicago from its Egyptian Tomb, to a ship’s log revealing it was more than just a storm which killed its crew, to vengeful ghosts and big fish tales. These stories are sure to give you pause about ever journeying into the Great Lakes regions at night, or ever going anywhere near them....alone. About the Author A lifelong Waterford, Michigan resident, Tom Sawyer started his career as a sports and features writer for a weekly newspaper at 17. From there he rediscovered his first love- horror and wrote his first novel The Lighthouse in I999. After helping to from two writing groups, he wrote a number of short stories for the groups anthologies and other publications. In 20I0 he wrote his second novel Fire Sale, that was followed by The Sisigwad Papers, and The Last Big Hit 20II. In 20I2 he published Fire Sale Tales. In 20I3 Shadows In the Dark hit the stands. It was his tribute to the Hammer movies and vampire genre that influenced his love for horror and writing. He has more in the works ranging from collections of science fiction stories to tales written in the same vein as his writing influences. Tom has been married to his wife Colleen for over 32 years and they have three children, Jonathon, Kathleen and Elizabeth.