Ghosts for Christmas: Four Stories. Free eBook

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These four stories of spirits from beyond are guaranteed to add extra chill to your winter nights! In the never-before-published "Silver Nitrate Blues", a photographer with a secret has a frightening encounter with a woman who is homeless in every sense; "The Haunted House" introduces a house that doesn't take kindly to invading ghost hunters; in "Blind-Stamped", a bookseller receives a surprising and terrifying gift from a recently-deceased customer; and "The Christmas Spirit" takes the Victorian idea of telling ghost stories at Christmas and gives it a disturbing contemporary spin. -Lisa Morton

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Ghosts for Christmas: Four Stories

About Lisa Morton

She has written more than 100 short stories, including the Bram Stoker Award-winning "Tested" (from Cemetery Dance magazine). In early 2010 her first novel The Castle of Los Angeles was published to critical acclaim, and was awarded the Bram Stoker Award for First Novel. Her novellas include The Lucid Dreaming, The Samhanach, Hell Manor, Smog, Summer's End, and By Insanity of Reason (co-authored with John R. Little). She also wrote the novels Malediction (nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel), Netherworld, and Zombie Apocalypse: Washington Deceased. Her works have been translated into eight languages.

As a Halloween expert, Lisa wrote the definitive reference book The Halloween Encyclopedia (now in a second edition), and the multiple award-winning Trick or Treat: A History of Halloween. She has spoken about the holiday in The Wall Street Journal and The Boston Globe, on the BBC and The History Channel, on the supplements for the Blu Ray release of the feature film Trick 'R Treat, and at the Utah Humanities Book Festival. She supplied a section on Halloween candy for The Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets, wrote the Halloween chapter for The Art of Horror, and served as Consultant on U.S. Postal's first official Halloween stamps.

She currently serves as President of the Horror Writers Association, and is also an Active member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and Sisters in Crime.

Lisa lives in North Hills, California, and can be found online at