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Isaac Thorne's debut horror novel The Gordon Place continues to impress reviewers as it enters its second month following launch. The story, set in the fictional sleepy rural town of Lost Hollow, Tennessee. It was released on April 15, 2019, and promotional efforts have been ongoing since that date.
Isaac recently returned to The Rob and Slim Show and read an excerpt from the short story that started it all, Nobody Was Here. This episode marked Isaac's sixth appearance on the show. “These guys are the best,” Isaac says. “I've appeared on several of their Halloween specials. I wasn't able to make the actual Halloween episode this year, so they invited me on the week before. I had a fantastic time.” As part of his segment on the show, Isaac read an excerpt from his short tale of dark comic horror Nobody Was Here. The story is available as a...
Nearly one year after its paperback and ebook release, Isaac Thorne's Road Kills: Short Tales of Dark Horror is now available as an audiobook from Audible.com. Narrated by veteran actors Carol Jacobanis and Robert Thaler, the audio edition brings to life the voices of Thorne's characters as they embark on their journies along life's highway of darkness.
Isaac Thorne is a nice man who simply wants to provide you with a few fun frights. You can contact him by using the contact form. You can also use the form to contact Lost Hollow Books. Isaac’s books are all available from most ebook retailers, including Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Smashwords, and more.