Moonless Nocturne

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Pub Date 11 Oct 2022 | Archive Date Not set
25&Y Publishing, Esker & Riddle Press

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Description

Prepare for an unchaperoned tour of places normally hidden from view, excursions into uncharted darkness and unpredictable terrain inhabited by things best left unseen.

Ten tales that will haunt your imagination like the notes of a distant nocturne on a soundless night...an endless night...a moonless night.


Prepare for an unchaperoned tour of places normally hidden from view, excursions into uncharted darkness and unpredictable terrain inhabited by things best left unseen.

Ten tales that will haunt your...


Advance Praise

"...[E]legant, unexpected, inventive, and disturbing as hell. A seriously unsettling collection of dark stories. Highly recommended.”

 —Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of V-WARS and INK

"Hank Schwaeble manages to craft spine-tingling chills where you least expect them and stories that resonate on every page."

  —Mark Greaney #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Gray Man

"From classic noir with a supernatural twist to futuristic sci-fi terror to military action in faraway jungles, Hank Schwaeble's Moonless Nocturne delves into the darkest corners of the mind for a thrilling and mystifying ride. His horrifying, dystopian "Everything Not Forbidden" shocked me to the core and still won't let me go."

—Tori Eldridge, national bestselling author of THE NINJA BETRAYED

"A virtuoso of literary noir, Schwaeble seduces his readers with uncanny skill, propelling us through shadowy alleys and too-bright laboratories into uneasy realities, where he mines the depths of human perfidy, and the end is never what it seems. Gritty and disturbing, Moonless Nocturne is a classic ahead of its time

—Lee Murray, double Bram Stoker Award® winner and author of Grotesque: Monster Stories


"...[E]legant, unexpected, inventive, and disturbing as hell. A seriously unsettling collection of dark stories. Highly recommended.”

—Jonathan Maberry, NY Times bestselling author of V-WARS and...


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Featured Reviews

I loved that this anthology had different genres of stories in this book, each book was really well done and I was invested in what was going on in each story. They were all strong in their own way and I enjoyed that they were done by the same author, Hank Schwaeble.

The Yearning Jade, I enjoyed the concept and had a good time reading this. Household, was a interesting story, I thought this was going to be a typical haunted house story but it was unique and I enjoyed that. Everything Not Forbidden, was my favorite of the short stories, it just hit differently. Shifty Devil Blues, go Georgie that was a good game. Moonless Nocturne, I can see why this is the name of the anthology. It was really well done.
Haunter, might be my second favorite in the anthology. Deepest, Darkest, was a good read but not my favorite. Psycho Metrics, a good story and I enjoyed the characters in it. Payday, another really strong story and it does what I wanted it to. Zafari!, go save that world. After the story I enoyed the notes afterward as it was great insight of what was going through the authors mind.

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