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Amityville Horror Christmas: A Holiday Horror Novella Kindle Edition
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It is Christmas Eve, 1975. Two innocent handymen are summoned to 112 Ocean Avenue to fix a boathouse door. Little do they know that the Lutz Family is living through a nightmare in the main house...and now they will be sharing that nightmare. In the next few hours, Owen Blake and Randy Hallowell will encounter inexplicable events, malevolent spirits, and a force beyond understanding. If they survive, it will change them...forever. Now: Experience the previously untold story of what happened at the Amityville house on that awful Christmas Eve.
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I enjoyed it!
on 29 April 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
This could be considered a short story. I won't reveal the plot, but I can say that it leaves a lot of room for your imagination to roam free about what could happen in this story, so it's very well written. If you collect Amityville books, this is an excellent one to add to your collection. While it can be read in a couple of hours, I very much enjoyed it.
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coulda done a better job expanding the story
on 28 September 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
This is a totally made up story, very short at that, could be read in a couple hours. The last part of the book is the first two or three chapter of John G. Jones Amityville Horror Now, which leads me to believe that he wrote this short story to promote his book about himself in The Amityville Horror Now. It's an Ok story...coulda done a better job expanding the story,,,making it longer for sure...but being stuck in a boathouse....how much can you really make up? Good for your Amityville collection though.
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