As part of a secretly assembled crack team of confederate soldiers dubbed ‘The Phantom Rebs’, former Civil War sharpshooter Luther Henry thought he’d survived the worst that infamous conflict had to offer.
Fast forward a full decade later, where he finds himself pursued across the rolling plains of the Southland by a mysterious, otherworldly assassin responsible for systematically eliminating members of his former unit in a retribution-laced killing spree.
Retracing fantastic events from his own hand-scribed journals, as well as those of the young Chinese immigrant girl for which he is forced to Guardian, Luther Henry describes facing down all manner of supernatural horrors with little more than his trusty Colt Peacemaker, a sharp-edged Bowie knife, and ample supplies of grit and determination.
Saddle up for an exhilarating, action-filled ride into terror that delivers thrills aplenty, while leaving all those brave enough to scan its wondrous contents with a spine-tingling sensation best described as a ‘Creeping Dread…’
Scheduled for a publication date of early April 2008, Terry Lloyd Vinson's 'A CREEPING DREAD: The Fantastic Journals of Luther Henry' was inspired by such diverse, iconic TV programming as the 'X-Files' and the 'Wild, Wild West', not to mention pulp western comics such as 'Johnny Ringo' and 'Two-Fisted Tales'.