Dark Nights Available for Kindle Users

A short story compilation written to thrill and chill, Dark Nights leads the reader out to the edge in a series of "Twilight Zone" type of stories. From the supernatural and macabre to the real life crimes of passion, “Dark Nights” presents a set of twisted tales you won't forget.

Cincinnati, OH, August 09, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Horror and suspense author John Schweingrouber has released his seventh book, “Dark Nights,” for Amazon Kindle readers. “Dark Nights” is a short story compilation with a clever blend of horror and the unexpected. Schweingrouber’s work isn’t your typical horror. “I love writing something unique and frightening. But why end there?” asks the author. “I love to take what seems like a good ending for a short story and toss in a twist, something that the reader won’t see coming,” he adds. “I strive to transform a memorable story into an unforgettable one.”

“Dark Nights” is seven unique horror short stories that take place in places or situations where the reader would least expect them. “Dark Nights” includes short stories such as Christmas Break, Cats Are People, Too, Twenty Years Ago, and Game, Set, Match.

“Dark Nights” is book inspired by a combination of classic horror and the often out of the box themes akin to Twilight Zone. It is available on Kindle for $5.99. Readers can follow the author online on Facebook and at his blog, www.ritterfiles.blogspot.com.
John Schweingrouber