A short story, set in the small, fictional town of Now, Indiana, circa 1940. A man, Troy, returns to his hometown after ten years, when he is diagnosed with cancer in his prime.
Distraught, Troy visits a local antique store on Halloween night, hoping to find something to comfort him in his last weeks. He stumbles across a painting so compelling, he must have it, at all cost — he must have it…now!
Soon, Troy learns there is something more to the painting than he bargained for. Something diabolical.
Great short story with a unique twist.
If you are a fan of the twilight zone, you need to pick up the many books by Michael Bussa. He is a storyteller with a mind that is a bit twisted but in a delightful way. Step into ‘Antiques by Lora’ a special gift shop. That’s what Tony Price did and now his life will never be the same. The author takes readers on a great journey into the macabre in such a great story with a fantastic twisted ending. As always, grabbing a book by this author is like settling down and telling horror stories in front of a raging fire with an old friend and always well worth that trip.