A short and straight-forward early work from Jonathan Janz - he who has fast become one of my favourite (new-ish) horror writers. There's nothing overly remarkable about this tale of a man pretending to be someone else in order to rip off a seemingly harmless and innocent family somewhere out in the rural sticks. Of course, he finds more than he bargains for and, well, bad things occur.
But the early signs of Janz's effortless ease with words and his ability to draw you into the world he has created are both apparent, and this tale is worth checking out for those factors alone.
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