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Publisher's Summary

From New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Maberry comes an all-new short story set in "the Spookiest Town in America" - Pine Deep.

In "The Trouble", a direct sequel to the Pine Deep trilogy, Malcolm Crow thought he had destroyed the evil that had terrorized his town for 40 years. But a new series of brutal murders forces him to prepare for another battle with the forces of darkness.

©2015 Jonathan Maberry (P)2015 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Zombie Todd
  • 18-06-21

Stop off for nightmares in Pine Deep.

"No. You have no idea what I am."

This story definitely requires you to have a pretty deep understanding of Jonathan's Pine Deep world, since it doesn't spend a lot of time explaining what's going on. If you do know that story, however, then "The Trouble" will fulfill a promise that was left with the conclusion of that trilogy.

"Iron" Mike Sweeney isn't a kid anymore, and when the monsters in the woods decide that they want to come out and terrorize his town, they find that the most terrifying monster of all lies inside of him, and they are definitely going to regret waking it up.

I got literal goosebumps as the final scene unfolded. I absolutely love Pine Deep, and this story felt like going back home to visit with old friends, albeit kicking some serious ass when we got there. I'm definitely going to listen to this again.

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  • bentleybosslady1234
  • 11-12-20

Pretty good read.

I enjoyed this books, it was engaging and had me hooked, it's a pity this was so short. Jonathan Maberry is now a must read author. I loved these anthologies.

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  • Teethnclaws
  • 01-09-20

Maberry & Porter Rock

Yet another short, intense, well-written, well-performed horror in Pine Deep. I only hope they come out with more.

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  • JGrizzleGrafix
  • 22-08-17

if you've read the Trilogy ...

Captivating, you want the end of that personal scene... you'll know which one I'm sure.

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  • Mike Harbour
  • 04-10-16

Finally more from Pine Deep!!!!

Thank you so much for brining us more from Pine Deep i would say it is my favorites but that would be a lie as i love all your work. A fantastic short story and some closure as last..But is it over????