Bruce has lost everyone he ever cared about—even his cat.
Now he thinks he’s finally alone in the house, but something is about to come clawing its way out of the plumbing to prove him wrong.
What they’re saying about Down the Drain:
“Pyle’s tight little monster tale packs a nasty wallop.”
—Michael Louis Calvillo, author of I Will Rise and As Fate Would Have It
“Horror should be fun. Scary, of course...but above all, it should be fun. Too many people seem to have forgotten that. Well, Daniel Pyle has not forgotten. With his novella, Down the Drain, Pyle has crafted a tale that evokes all the eye-popping strangeness and excitement that got me into horror in the first place. I loved it, and I can guarantee you’ll never look at your bathtub the same again.”
—Joe McKinney, author of Dead City and Apocalypse of the Dead
About the Author
Daniel Pyle is the author of one novel, Dismember, and many short stories. He lives in Springfield, Missouri, with his wife and two daughters.
A raging snowstorm has stranded Tess and Warren in their mountain home with no power and little heat. When an accident leaves Tess coughing up pools of blood, Warren has no choice but to brave the storm in search for help.
He's afraid he'll be too late.
But what he should be afraid of are the creatures slinking through the blizzard and watching his every move.
The summer he turned seven, Dave Abbott survived a gruesome mountainside car accident that left the rest of his family savaged and dead.
Now, after living twenty-three years with the twisted backwoodsman who pulled him from the wreckage, Dave is carrying out a plan to replace each of his lost loved ones with members of nearby, unsuspecting families. He has prepared, he's stalked, and now his chance has come to get his family safely out of the mountains once and for all.
Whether they like it or not.