LITTLE LOST LAMB by Patrick D’Orazio is a suspense story about a religious foster couple accepting a challenge.
THE MEEK SHALL INHERIT by C.T. Phipps is a post-apocalyptic tale about a diabetic father rescuing his wheelchair bound daughter from a cult.
MONSTERS by Sharon Stevenson recalls a father-son moment in an apocalypse.
THE RIDE by Sean T. Smith is a drama about breaking a vicious cycle of violence.
THE OLD MAN AND THE SEESAW by Stephen Kozeniewski is one of the freakiest zombie stories that I’ve ever read.
SPENCER FAMILY TRADITION by Stevie Kopas is the most disturbing family tradition EVER.
ROAD TRIP by Curran Geist is a fantastic sci-fi story filled with horror and is one of my favorites.
A MOTHER’S HEART by S.G. Lee is a twisted adoption story with a dramatic ending.
BEAUTIFUL SAVAGE by Devan Sagliani is an interesting perspective of a zombie outbreak.
PLANETOIDS, PRIVATEERS, AND OLDER THINGS by S.P. Durnin is a sci-fi story that would impress Lovecraft…with a touch of humor.
DAMAGED by Tim Marquitz is a story about domestic abuse with a supernatural twist.
THE MOTHER TONGUE by Terry Maggert is a vampire story with a religious theme.
THROUGH MOURNING by Brian W. Taylor is about a father missing his daughter.
NIGHTMARES DO COME TRUE by Suzanne Robb is a fantastic and horrific twist on werewolf lore.
LOVE THAT BINDS by Mikhail Lerma is a father-daughter moment in the apocalypse.
THE COFFIN IN THE REEDS by RJ Kennett warns that some things should be left unopen.
IN MINT CONDITION by David Sakmyster is a classic suspense story that is another favorite of mine.
ARM-RINGS AND HACK-SILVER by Christine Morgan is a tale about dysfunctional Norse family.
BLOOD TYPE by Paul Mannering takes the vampire genre to a new, scary place.
NEIGHBORS GOOD AND FAIR by Douglas Draa is a novella about a folklore nightmare.
FROM DARKNESS WE COME by Kerry Alan Denney is a frightening kidnapping.
DOMINIC by Shana Festa is a terrifying zombie short.
SACRIFICE by TM Caldwell is a great fantasy story about demonic possession.
A MATTER OF PERCEPTION by Lesa Kinney Anders is one of the best in the collection, with incredible narration from a young boy.
WE TAKE CARE OF OUR OWN by Sarah Lyons Fleming is a hellish homecoming.
THE MOTHER IN THE LAKE by Chris Philbrook has a Lovecraft element and is one of the most chilling stories in this anthology.
SUGAR AND SPICE AND SOMETHING NOT SO NICE by M. Lauryl Lewis shows how awful a dog bite can get.
NO MAN LEFT BEHIND by Timothy W. Long features a battle of epic proportions…great story to end on.
At Hell’s Gates: Bound By Blood is an excellent assortment of both new and established horror authors who twist and distort several sub-genres to create numerous versions of Hell. This includes quality storytelling without the stereotypical genre gimmicks, and horror fans will enjoy this creative effort for a worthy cause.