by William Hage
My rating: 4.5 stars
Publication Date: September 24, 2014
Publisher: William Hage
Print Length: 23 pages
Available from: Amazon
Out near the Pine Barrens in New Jersey sits the Whateley Bed &
Breakfast, home of a wide collection of knick-knacks and antiques for
its guests to view, including a beautifully ornate porcelain doll.
However, after the Whateley's latest guest purchases the doll as a gift,
a horrifying series of nightmarish events begins to unfold.
Porcelain by William Hage
Porcelain dolls, beautiful, detailed and often a little girl’s dream to have, the perfect gift for a loving father to buy, or is it? You may think twice after reading this very short, but very creepy tale by William Hage. Porcelain is a novelette that is perfect for a quick, “give you shivers” read. A traveling dad is intrigued by an antique porcelain doll and purchases it for his young daughter, but from that day on, strange events, sounds and murders put him in the crosshairs of the local detective. Could the doll be responsible? Is she all she appears to be or is there something evil lurking within?
I’m not sure how you feel about collecting porcelain dolls, but thanks to William Hage, these delicate beauties are now on my do not buy list, right up there with clowns! This is a wonderful creep-you-out read that you may not want to read just before turning out the lights, perfect Halloween reading!
I received a review copy from William Hage in exchange for my honest review. 4.5 Well-earned Stars