Reminiscent of the old Twilight Zone series and just as chilling. POPULATION ZERO STORIES OF THE WORLD’S END!!!!! BY FRAN LEWIS

“Fran Lewis’s newest offering is a polished, razor-sharp double-edged sword. On one hand, it is reminiscent of the old Twilight Zone series and just as chilling. On the other, it is a poignant reminder of just how precious and fragile human life on this planet truly is. A riveting read.”

CHILLING STORIES ABOUT THE SEEDY UNDERBELLY OF ALASKA! DREAM NOIR BY SP GALLATIN

WARNING! For those over eighteen. Three twisted tales revolving around the dark underbelly of Alaska. A view the tourists never see. What can induce a person to kill? And there may not be many roads in Alaska, but what is there can make for a wild ride.

THEY SHOULD HAVE LEARNED THEIR LESSONS HIDDEN TRUTHS & LIES FRAN LEWIS


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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun but creepy quick read!

Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2016

What a gem of a book! These are some quite amusing little tales! How many times have you said “if only the dead could talk” or how many times have you walked through a cemetery and read the names and dates on the stones and wondered how they died? Oh, well maybe that’s just me! I do it all the time. Well now, in this book (series actually) the dead do talk, and they trying tell you how they think they died. It is a very interesting concept for a story. I liked it!

I liked the whole feeling the stories had – It really does feel like the people are just sitting down and talking directly to you telling you their story. It feels very personal. Like I wanted to offer them coffee.

My favorite one was actually the shortest, and… Oh my gosh!
The Betrayal, about a dentist, kind of gave me the creeps! I hate the dentist anyway so this one hit home, but thank goodness I actually like my dentist and have a good one! Otherwise this story would be giving me nightmares.

FLASH FICTION, POETRY AND A LITTLE BIT OF ME…ANGELA GASCOIGNE

Kindle Customer5.0 out of 5 stars 

FUN QUICK READS–FLASH AND POETRY Reviewed in Canada on December 1, 2018Verified Purchase

IF YOU HAVE JUST ENOUGH TIME TO SIT DOWN AND TAKE IN THESE QUICK STORIES THIS IS YOUR BOOK. THE AUTHOR HAS PUT A LITTLE BIT OF HERSELF INTO EACH ENTERTAINING TALE

Three twisted tales revolving around the dark underbelly of Alaska. A view the tourists never see.

WARNING! For those over eighteen. Three twisted tales revolving around the dark underbelly of Alaska. A view the tourists never see. What can induce a person to kill? And there may not be many roads in Alaska, but what is there can make for a wild ride.

FOUR TREES, FOUR STORIES AND ONE LADY WHO PLANTED THEM– RELIGION OF TREES –LISA L. BORM

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When a child is born on Harding Street, Millicent plants a tree in the family’s yard.   The babies connect on a spiritual level and are shaped into the adults they become by the comfort of their birthday trees.  The old woman is rejuvenated by her Sycamores and depends on them for her survival.  A bond is formed between the trees and residents of Harding Street promoting love and reconciliation.

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Beautiful story of life

February 24, 2017Format: PaperbackI love this book. I am not typically satisfied with novellas, but this one was lovely. The words wrapped me in warmth and I felt as if I was there. It was more than a series of stories, but a homecoming. If you are looking for something to restore you, this is the book.

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Faces behind the stones will grab you from beyond. Watch where you walk- LIES, BETRAYAL AND FEAR! FRAN LEWIS

Fran Lewis’ Faces Three: Lies, Betrayal, Fear shows chillingly that crime comes in many forms. So does retribution. It’s filled with delicious irony. Mark Rubinstein Author, Mad Dog House and Love Gone Mad Walk through a cemetery, and read the names of the Faces Behind the Stones. If you listen very carefully, you may hear the voices of the unfortunate souls who are forever interred there, desperately trying to tell their stories. Murder, arson, deception, and embezzlement…these are just a few of the crimes that led to their “change in zip code.” But, the question must be asked…were they innocent victims? Or did they deserve their grizzly fates? Lies, betray, fear: you be the judge: Maxine Bringenberg: Editor With this brilliant blend of fiction with non-fiction the book illuminates a seemingly unimportant issue which in fact is at the root of much evil in the world. Through her powerful writing, the sharp presentation and great intellectual understanding of the subject at hand the author(s) has (have) created an important piece of literature and a moral lesson which nobody in my opinion is too young, too old or too wise to hear. Outstanding: Christoph Fischer Fans of the Stones series won‘t be disappointed. Once again, Fran Lewis has shown her great insight into human nature. Another book to make the reader wonder: Ann Stanmore Author

What lies behind the stones? Who lives there? Only the Faces Behind the Stones Know the Answers!FACES BEHIND THE STONES FRAN LEWIS

Driving down the rocky path I saw the overgrown grass, weeds and poison ivy overtaking the outer perimeter of the bushes. The smell of mildew, the stench of the dried bones of animals killed by cars along this dirt road coming up from the ground, the sadness on the faces of the drivers in the cars behind us; you could feel the pain and sorrow. As you looked inside the cars and saw the faces of the drivers, you began to wonder what they were thinking, their thoughts and feelings as they travelled down life’s highway, possibly for the very last time. What stories lie behind the faces behind the wheel of each car? What stories lie hidden? Faces…so, so many stories. Here are seven that will make chills run down your spine and make you wonder:


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5.0 out of 5 stars Faces Behind the StonesReviewed in the United States on June 2, 2012Verified Purchase

Faces Behind the Stones #1 is an eerie collection of tales told by the dead themselves. Each of the seven stories reveals what events brought them to their final resting place – an obscure, neglected corner of a graveyard.

Each character tells his or her own story. Often, the reader is left wondering–murder or suicide? All the people are forgotten, their graves ignored by the living, their graves overgrown. Why did these people have to die?

Sadly, none of the dead seemed to matter to the people they left behind. There is no one to grieve for them except a lone stranger who picks her way through the deserted cemetery.

Faces Behind the Stones is an incredible collection of stories, each more eerie and spine tingling than the last. Fran Lewis’ style is chatty and easy to read. The reader feels drawn into the characters as if they really are the ones speaking.

I highly recommend this creepy compilation and look forward to the other books in the series.