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Three women. One serial killer who has access to the supernatural. He can scare them...but he can't stop them from taking revenge. A small Midwestern college town. A series of murders that ape the Jack the Ripper killings. Then Laney Miller is butchered just after dawn in front of a second-hand bookstore. The one witness didn't see anything...except Laney getting dragged out Three women. One serial killer who has access to the supernatural. He can scare them...but he can't stop them from taking revenge. A small Midwestern college town. A series of murders that ape the Jack the Ripper killings. Then Laney Miller is butchered just after dawn in front of a second-hand bookstore. The one witness didn't see anything...except Laney getting dragged out of her car and murdered by an invisible force. One that carries a straight razor. It's a town that has attracted the weird and strange as far back as the eighteen hundreds. Since then disappearances, murders, suicides, and kidnappings have only grown worse. Especially targeted are a group of local girls that carry the same face... Laney's face. Laney's girlfriend Joy and her friends decide to find the seemingly-supernatural killer and take him down before he strikes again. In as violent and bloody a manner as possible. By dawn's bloody light...they will have revenge. A novella-length horror/paranormal suspense story to kick off the Fairy's Tale Series, coming soon! Book 1: ONE DARK SUMMER NIGHT, August 2017.


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Three women. One serial killer who has access to the supernatural. He can scare them...but he can't stop them from taking revenge. A small Midwestern college town. A series of murders that ape the Jack the Ripper killings. Then Laney Miller is butchered just after dawn in front of a second-hand bookstore. The one witness didn't see anything...except Laney getting dragged out Three women. One serial killer who has access to the supernatural. He can scare them...but he can't stop them from taking revenge. A small Midwestern college town. A series of murders that ape the Jack the Ripper killings. Then Laney Miller is butchered just after dawn in front of a second-hand bookstore. The one witness didn't see anything...except Laney getting dragged out of her car and murdered by an invisible force. One that carries a straight razor. It's a town that has attracted the weird and strange as far back as the eighteen hundreds. Since then disappearances, murders, suicides, and kidnappings have only grown worse. Especially targeted are a group of local girls that carry the same face... Laney's face. Laney's girlfriend Joy and her friends decide to find the seemingly-supernatural killer and take him down before he strikes again. In as violent and bloody a manner as possible. By dawn's bloody light...they will have revenge. A novella-length horror/paranormal suspense story to kick off the Fairy's Tale Series, coming soon! Book 1: ONE DARK SUMMER NIGHT, August 2017.

12 review for By Dawn's Bloody Light: An '80s-Style Horror Novella of Suspense, Fairies, and Revenge

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bau Johnson

    Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free through InstaFreebie in exchange for a fair and honest review. Deanna Knippling is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors, even if I've only read a few pieces of her work.  By Dawn's Bloody Light is a quick little foray into supernatural horror, and makes me want to know more about the history of the town, and some of the locals described within.  There's one character in particular that gets so much buildup at the very beginning, and while Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for free through InstaFreebie in exchange for a fair and honest review. Deanna Knippling is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors, even if I've only read a few pieces of her work.  By Dawn's Bloody Light is a quick little foray into supernatural horror, and makes me want to know more about the history of the town, and some of the locals described within.  There's one character in particular that gets so much buildup at the very beginning, and while I was immediately suspicious of them, their actions only dispel my suspicions of them by a little bit.  The brief hints of lore that get dropped about the mysterious happenings in town make me want to know more about the town and it's deep and bloody secrets.  Who or what started all of this? Is it older than time itself? If there's anything I disliked about this read, is the reveal of the killer.  It got dropped on us like Dorothy's house on the Wicked Witch, and felt a little...lacking.  I was invested in the supernatural aspect of the killings, only to be let down a little bit.  But even with the reveal, I really enjoyed this read.  I do hope that there are more stories in this unnamed Midwestern town, revealing more about the...weirdness that plagues this town. If you like supernatural horror that give some creatures a different twist, and a read with diverse characters, than you should check this read out.  Sure, it's short, but it does pack quite a punch.  Enjoy the scares, even if nobody wants to talk about them.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leslie Wiederspan

    *I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.* I loved this book! It was definitely something new and unexpected. The action kept me wanting to read until it was finished.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pam Hanson

    I got this book in exchange for a review. I enjoyed the book, it has a very Stephen King-type flavor. Glad I read it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Singleton

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Rob

    Reads like a Stephen King book compressed into a novella, perfect for when you wanted to spend a whole day reading but only have a couple hours.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Suki

    By Dawn's Bloody Light is a fairytale/fantasy mystery. When I was growing up, my favourite fairytales weren't the gentrified versions written for children. I loved the original stories filled with the Old Ones from before time, the persnickety Fay who could curse or charm you as their mood dictated, and witches who would toss you in the dinner pot. This book is written in that vein, full of other-worldly beings and strong female characters who stand up for themselves. If a story about a serial k By Dawn's Bloody Light is a fairytale/fantasy mystery. When I was growing up, my favourite fairytales weren't the gentrified versions written for children. I loved the original stories filled with the Old Ones from before time, the persnickety Fay who could curse or charm you as their mood dictated, and witches who would toss you in the dinner pot. This book is written in that vein, full of other-worldly beings and strong female characters who stand up for themselves. If a story about a serial killer can be described as charming, then this is it. It ended rather abruptly and I would have preferred the story to be longer but that is a minor criticism. I love the persnickety ones and will be cheering for them always. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sage

  9. 5 out of 5

    graveyardgremlin

  10. 4 out of 5

    Valerie

  11. 4 out of 5

    curtis

  12. 5 out of 5

    Nick Hopkins

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