In this collection of tantalizingly weird fiction, acclaimed author James Suriano makes what seems innocent wicked and what seems strange sinister.
In the opening story, “Carter Delight,” a teenage boy faces his fears as he wanders into an abandoned carnival, only to find three malevolent beings have taken up residence where frivolity once lived. In “Lathia’s Gun,” a tattoo artist unknowingly opens the door to a magical but dangerous realm when she inks college students late into the night. And in “The Towers,” the obsessions and vulnerabilities of asylum residents are a magnet for one of hell’s most powerful demons. Each of the twelve stories asks a question we might not want to answer: what evil lurks in all of us?