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The Thing in the Labyrinth horror book club with A.E. Santana

This horror book club meets after hours in the center of our labyrinth, warmed only by the flickering flames of a haunted chandelier we found in Uncle Vincent's attic.Bad things happen almost never.
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The Thing in the Labyrinth horror book club with A.E. Santana

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Jul 25, 7:30 PM
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This horror book club meets after hours in the center of our labyrinth, warmed only by the flickering flames of a haunted chandelier we found in Uncle Vincent's attic.Bad things happen almost never.

WE'VE GONE DIGITAL.

Our book clubs have gone national! Get your ticket here, email us your address (anywhere in the continental U.S.), we'll mail you your book, and then we'll Zoom together and talk about it. (Specific instructions follow after you've got your ticket.)

In Jennifer McMahon's The Drowning Kind, a woman investigates the mysterious qualities of the pool at her ancestral home - which might have healing qualities, but which definitely took her sister's life.

HOW IT WORKS:All book clubs require a ticket, and include the book and a dedicated moderator - to keep the discussion on track!

You can get your ticket thru the link on this page (*we'll ship the book to you!).

*Please send a mailing addy to larkin.lastbookstore@gmail.com -- Do not try to pick up the book in person.

A.E. Santana is a Southern California native who grew up in a farming community surrounded by the Sonoran Desert. A lover of horror and fantasy, her works can be found in Latinx Screams, Demonic Carnival III, and other horror anthologies. She is the managing editor for Kelp Books and the paranormal/true horror editor for Kelp Journal. Santana is a member of the Horror Writers Association and a founding playwright for East Valley Repertory Theatre in Indio, California. She has been a moderator for several horror panels, including “No Longer the Scream Queen: Women’s Roles in Horror.” She received her MFA in fiction from the University of California, Riverside's low-residency program. Her perfect day consists of a cup of black tea and her cat, Flynn Kermit.

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