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"Deliciously Gruesome and Carefully Crafted... 
this mind bending collection of paranormal tales, based on harrowing legends and nightmares come true, will creep under your skin and stay with you, long after you have read it."

"Alison" —no self-respecting theater house is without its ghost.
"By the Iron Gate" —a flight of fancy; triggered by a real nightmare, and a real walk in the moonlight.
"She Caught a Ride" —Gone but not Forgotten. Night after night, young Florence waits for a secret signal.
"Abiku" —Wanderer child. It is the same child who dies and returns again and again to plague the mother. –Yoruba belief
"A Curse Lifted" —Experience the power of a parting gift.
"205 ½ 25th Street" —a haunting encounter featuring the legendary Rosetta Duccini Davie; seductive madam of the most elegant brothel on Two-Bit Street in the mid 1940's.
"Carolina Blue" —an anguished cry, a wisp of blue… She’s on the railroad tracks.

Winner of the Literary Titan Gold Award, and Readers' Favorite 5-Star Award.

Author: Patricia Bossano
Featured Author of "She Caught a Ride": Kelsey E. Gerard
Cover Art: Christina Wilson 
Publisher: WaterBearer Press, October 2018 


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Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Emotionally charged and well-written short stories!

Seven Ghostly Spins by Patricia Bossano is an out of this world reading experience. It's a collection of seven paranormal stories that have captured my full attention. I fell for the characters and was hooked each time. Patricia Bossano is a talented writer. Every reader can see that as they dig further into her latest book, Seven Ghostly Spins. There are stories that are based on real things/events and those stories truly make this an even more interesting collection to have.
I was amazed by how well-written and how fleshed out the characters and their short stories were. For stories that are this short, it's difficult for writers to make a big impact the way Patricia Bossano has. She captured the emotional, physical, and mental aspects in every story. Dark, suspenseful, and entertaining-this collection is a must read for all paranormal mystery fans. I loved the suspense and the surprise twist of fate.
I received this copy from the publisher. This is my voluntary review.

Mark Meyer
A fantastic collection of short suspense stories.

“Seven Ghostly Spins” is a fantastic collection of short suspense stories with mystique as a centerpiece. The writing of Patricia Bossano is absolutely captivating, and the nature of some of the truth-based stories will leave you wondering for days after reading them. I eagerly look forward to reading more from this author, and I recommend you do, too!

If one really likes ghost stories...

“Seven Ghostly Spins” is the book for you. The first story Alison is a perfect start for this very fun read. The stories were all very different and I was never bored with any of them. Patricia Bossano and Kelsey Gerard have a wonderful writing style and a great imagination. I look forward to reading the next book. I most highly recommend “Seven Ghostly Spins”; it is a real page turner

Get it, read it, after dark, curled up in your favorite blankie & a cup of whatever comforts you.

Each of these deliciously gruesome stories are very carefully crafted. They begin in such a way that the reader is immediately drawn in, curiosity is aroused, disbelief is suspended, and the book cannot be set down, till the story is done.
–Sherry Hogg, author of Child of Mine and other supernatural tales.

Deborah Mitton
It was amazing

Each town, village and hamlet have their own personal ghost story, passed down from mother to child throughout generations. Some are used to keep wayward children in line, while others are used to warn youth about the perils of challenging the evil or the pitfalls of unrequited love.

Seven Ghost Stories are such tales that you can start reading to your wee ones – just remember to leave a light on.