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Ronald Kelly
Ronald Kelly has been writing horror tales set in the American South since the small-press days of the 1980s. His published works include Undertaker's Moon, Fear, Blood Kin, Hell Hollow, The Dark'Un, Midnight Grinding & Other Twilight Terrors, After the Burn, Hindsight, Restless Shadows,... show more

Ronald Kelly has been writing horror tales set in the American South since the small-press days of the 1980s. His published works include Undertaker's Moon, Fear, Blood Kin, Hell Hollow, The Dark'Un, Midnight Grinding & Other Twilight Terrors, After the Burn, Hindsight, Restless Shadows, Cumberland Furnace & Other Fear Forged Fables, Hindsight, The Sick Stuff, Twelve Gauge, and Mister Glow-Bones & Other Halloween Tales. His audio collection of Southern-fried short stories, Dark Dixie: Tales of Southern Horror, was included on the nominating ballot of the 1992 Grammy Awards for Best Non-Musical or Spoken Album. He lives in a backwoods hollow in Brush Creek, Tennessee with his wife and three young'uns.
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Shiftyj1
Shiftyj1 rated it 3 years ago
Man, I wish this one was longer. A good, but too short, short tale of revenge and a world gone bad. Terror runs amok in Ruin Town and the Flesh Welder is about to take a stand.
runner
runner rated it 3 years ago
What a most unusual and wonderful tale this has proved to be. Having never read anything by Ronald Kelly before I was attracted to this book by the horrific and gruesome paperback cover depicting a snake like evil entity. Naturally I was expecting the story to take me on a macabre journey where most...
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Reclusive Reads rated it 4 years ago
This holiday, stop by Ronald Kelly's humble abode on your rounds, not for a meager handful of candy, but for the ultimate trick or treat bag for lovers of Halloween horror ever! You'll find it bulging with morbid morsels, seasonal scares for every taste, old favorites and new, wrapped in a ghoul-coo...
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Reclusive Reads rated it 4 years ago
Things get hairy in the hills and hollows of Tennessee in this entertaining novel, an old school tale of lunar lunacy that goes down like a mason jar of moonshine with an Irish whiskey chaser. Ronald Kelly is a major talent, imbuing his tale with a wonderful sense of place. "Down home" horror, don...
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins
Bob @ Beauty in Ruins rated it 5 years ago
Admit it. When you hear the title Appalachian Undead, you immediately start thinking of a zombie Deliverance, don't you? As S.G. Browne writes in his introduction, there is a definite "stereotype of the region as poor and desolate and culturally backward" that fiction has done as much to perpetuate ...
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