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David Dunbarton needed a change. Following the unexpected success of his first novel and subsequent destruction of his marriage, David wanted somewhere nice and quiet to settle down. He wanted to surround himself with art, not people, and just maybe get to work on his next book.

But nothing is quite what it seems on Unaka Mountain. The abandoned hotels and homes of Ravencroft Springs decay in silent dignity. However, when Dunbarton relocates in hopes of breathing life into the town and himself, the mystery draws him in, leading him down mist laden streets where he finds arcane mysteries and bizarre townsfolk...leading him ever closer to the Secret of Unaka.

Pro Se Productions presents Ravencroft Springs by Logan L. Masterson. A lovecraftian tale of suspense set in the ancient Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee, Ravencroft Springs is also a tale of desperate love and unrequited fate, both monstrous and moving all at once.

©2014 Logan L. Masterson (P)2015

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  • Barney McCasland
  • 18-08-20

Interesting little horror tale.

The setting was one of the most unsettling I can remember... The writing was a little uneven. The story kept me guessing, and I was appropriately effected by the outcome. The narration was excellent, but I wasn't sure how old the main character was supposed to be, and the narrator's voice gave him a more youthful sound than I thought was intended by the author. Not the best...but no waste of time!