Arlene is running from her old life. While driving a desert road in the middle of nowhere her car breaks down, forcing her to seek refuge in a small diner. Diner owner, Joe has struck a tentative deal with Arlene: in exchange for waitressing one night, he will cover the repairs to her car. On the surface things appear legitimate, but Arlene can't shake the feeling there's something off about Joe and his cliché diner.
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When I finished Black Rain back in 2012, I had grandiose ambitions. I made the decision to publish this story using the pen name Joshua Caine. My goal was to see how well a title published the traditional way would do against books I would later write and self-publish. Oddly enough, my self-published works have done much better. I am nothing but grateful to the now defunct Damnation Books for believing enough in this book to take a chance. I've come a long way as an author and self-publisher. Yet, Black Rain still remains a favorite among the fans I have been fortunate enough to pick up along the way. If I'm really honest with myself, I have to admit it is also my personal favorite among the stories I have published. I've been told time and time again, "Black Rain" is that creepy story that sticks with you long after you've finished the story.That just might be the greatest compliment an author could ever receive about his or her work. It is my hope that lovers of horror fiction will find a place in their hearts for this quirky little novella about a runaway waitress and a mysterious diner nestled in the middle of nowhere.
Thank you for taking a chance on this book!
Story by Gene Penny
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 2nd edition. 132 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.30 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1535184787