By David Morrell
David Morrell, whose many bestsellers comprise Double photograph, severe Denial, and The Brotherhood of the Rose, has continually redefined the trendy mystery. Now he turns to a darker facet of suspense in a robust choice of stories, lots of them award winners, that delve into the bizarre, uncanny terrors that lurk simply underneath the comforting surfaces of day-by-day life.
Fear of loss, worry of ache, worry of insanity, worry of being trapped, worry of the inescapable, unspeakable horrors that fester deep in the soul.... regardless of who or the place you're, worry is often with you, regularly able to assault from at the back of the mask of proposal and dream.
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Truly Weger had done more for her than she deserved. She resheathed the sword and considered briefly using it as a cane, but that was an appalling thought, so she carried it and vowed to not use it that way unless she simply had no other choice. She made her way out to the courtyard, assuming that since Weger had left a sword for her, he intended that she use it. She paused on the edge of his training circle. He was working with someone she would have found nothing more than a marginally worthy opponent two months ago, but now found simply exhausting to watch.
Weger continued on with his list of things mages befouled, but Morgan could hardly pay attention to it, much less muster up any enthusiasm for it. She found that she couldn't look Miach in the eye either. Every time she did, she faltered. Damn him to hell, why had he come? " She raised her sword and attacked Miach, but she was weak and clumsy. Perhaps Weger was the one who should be damned. Why was he goading her so? It wasn't possible he knew who Miach was. Was it? "Bloody hell," Miach exclaimed, flinching suddenly.
It was Miach. "Begin," Weger commanded. Morgan raised her sword only because Weger had trained her too well to obey without question. "We'll s-start with ri… right-handed sweeps," she said automatically, stammering in spite of herself. But she swung amiss on the first attempt. Miach's reflexes were, fortunately for him, far quicker than hers. He caught her blade with his and stopped it from slicing across his face. She was so startled by that, she almost dropped her sword. Weger made a sound of disgust.
Black Evening: Tales of Dark Suspense by David Morrell