Sheriff Frank Littlefield series by Scott Nocholson

English | ePUB | 1.86 MB | Books: 3

The Author

With more than 800,000 books sold worldwide, Scott Nicholson is an international bestselling thriller writer. He won the Writers of the Future Award in 1999 and was a Stoker Award finalist in 2003. His Fear series was published by Amazon’s Thomas & Mercer imprint and 47North released the supernatural thriller McFALL.

He’s also published a number of supernatural, paranormal, and fantasy books and stories, including the AFTER, NEXT, and ARIZE post-apocalyptic series, as well as children’s books, comics, and screenplays. His 2006 novel The Home is in development as a feature film.

The Books

Fiction, Horror, Thrillers, General

The church was constructed in the 1860s under the guidance of Reverend Wendell McFall. His sermons declared the existence of God’s Second Son- whose mission it is to undo all of Jesus’ work on Earth. But when he sacrificed a child to support his rantings, his congregation hung him from the rafters of his own sanctuary.

For twenty years, the red church has stood empty. Crumbling to ruin, it has become a site for Halloween pranks and the setting for ghost stories- including one about the thing that lives in the bell tower, a creature being blamed for a brutal murder that occurred in the church’s graveyard.

Now Archer McFall has purchased the church to house his Temple of Two Sons- whose zealous worshippers will stop at nothing to see the Second Son return to his rightful glory.

“Like Stephen King, Nicholson has an eye and ear for the rhythms of rural America and summons serious scares.” — Bentley Little, author of The Association

“Nicholson writes with a mixture of H.P. Lovecraft and Clive Barker, stirred with a dose of his own originality.” — Kevin J. Anderson, author of Hopscotch

“Readers will sense echoes of Stephen King’s classic Castle Rock tales in The Red Church. Scott Nicholson knows the territory.” — Stewart O’Nan, author of The Circus Fire

“Scott Nicholson explores a nightmare country that ends in Stephen King’s yard. A wonderful storyteller.” — Sharyn McCrumb, author of the Ballad novels

“Rarely does a story teller weave prose with the emotional energy and sheer gusto of Nicholson.” —, December 2000

The books in suggested reading order:
The Red Church
Drummer Boy