The Possession

The Possession Years after a Confederate soldier arrives home to find his wife dead and then dies himself Laura and Rick Locke move into the soldier s Tennessee plantation and find themselves becoming obsessed with

  • Title: The Possession
  • Author: Ronald Kelly
  • ISBN: 9780821743683
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Years after a Confederate soldier arrives home to find his wife dead and then dies himself, Laura and Rick Locke move into the soldier s Tennessee plantation and find themselves becoming obsessed with a century old nightmare.

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    • Ronald Kelly

      Ronald Kelly was born and raised in the hills and hollows of Middle Tennessee He became interested in horror as a child, watching the local Creature Feature on Saturday nights and The Big Show a Nashville based TV show that presented every old monster movie ever made in the afternoons after school In high school, his interest turned to horror literature and he read such writers as Poe, Lovecraft, Matheson, and King He originally had dreams of becoming a comic book artist and created many of his own super heroes But during his junior year, the writing bug bit him and he focused his attention on penning short stories and full length novels To date, he has had ten novels and eight short fiction collections published In 1992, his audio book, DARK DIXIE, was included on the nominating ballot for a Grammy Award.He currently lives in Brush Creek, Tennessee with his wife, Joyce, his two daughters, Reilly and Makenna, and his son, Ryan Bubba.



    254 thoughts on “The Possession

    • Ronald Kelly is one of the most consistent authors in the horror genre. I have read nearly everything he has written so far, and I've yet to be disappointed by any of his works. This book didn't kick quite as much ass his other novels, but its still a very well written and satisfying story. This story reminded me more of a classic gothic tale, not quite as visceral or 'blood n guts' as his other stuff. That said, there are still some very shocking and disturbing passages. Overall, not my favorit [...]


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