Mystery Road by Kevin Lucia
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Mystery Road by Kevin Lucia NEW

  • Author: Kevin Lucia
  • Artist: Lynne Hansen
  • Page Count: 176
  • Pub. Date: May 5, 2022
  • ISBN: ‎ 978-1587678295
  • Status: In-Stock

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Mystery Road
by Kevin Lucia

Cover Artwork by Lynne Hansen
Interior Artwork by Ben Baldwin

About the Book:

Mystery Road:

Choices are like roads, taking us to destinations both planned and unexpected, but lofty thoughts like that are of no concern to young Kevin Ellison, who only cares about his dreams of basketball glory.

One day, however, while riding his bicycle to shoot baskets with his best friend, he comes across a side-road he doesn't recognize, curving away into the woods.

Intrigued, he rides down this unmarked road and encounters something both wonderful and quietly terrible, something that forever changes his understanding of the world...

A Night at Old Webb:

Old Webb, an abandoned grammar school just outside Clifton Heights, is the place to be late summer nights in Webb County. A gathering place for friends to be themselves, away from grownups who have forgotten what it means to be young and free.

The summer of 1992, Kevin Ellison spent his Saturday nights there like everyone else. Everything was running according to plan: a college basketball scholarship, school, all the things everyone expected of him.

Then he met a girl named Michelle Titchner, and everything changed...

Published as a Trade Paperback

"So clearly and elegantly written that I couldn’t help but read the whole thing in one sitting." - Mike Thorn, author of Shelter for the Damned

"Mystery Road is a beautifully written, poignant story about a man caring for his dying father and the memories that suddenly return to him after decades of forgetfulness." - Char's Horror Corner

Kevin Lucia is the Paperback and E-book Editor of Cemetery Dance Publications. His short fiction has appeared in several anthologies, most notably with Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Bentley Little, Peter Straub, and Robert McCammon.

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