A superb short story, taken from the collection TWENTIETH CENTURY GHOSTS, by an award-winning novelist.
Bobby Conroy's made a lot of mistakes; the biggest, perhaps, was when he let Harriet Rutherford slip away from him. And now the two of them - and Harriet's young son - are all extras on the set of Dawn of the Dead, and Bobby has the chance to see what could have been . . .
Joe Hill is the New York Times bestselling author of NOS4A2, Horns, and Heart-Shaped Box, and the prize-winning story collection 20th Century Ghosts. He is also the co-author, with Stephen King, of In the Tall Grass.
A new master in the field of suspense - James Rollins
One of the most confident and assured new voices in horror and dark fantasy to emerge in recent years - Publisher s Weekly (starred review)
Hill writes with a sure hand - Harlan Coben
Joe Hill has already won numerous literary awards for his acclaimed short fiction, which has appeared in literary, mystery and horror collections and magazines in Britain and America and been collsectexd together in the multi-award-winning 20th CENTURY GHOSTS. Joe lives in New England with his family.