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Ropers Field

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by: Jared Neely
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Publication Date: June 25, 2015
Book Size: 4.25" x 6.87"
Pages: 204
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
It was August 3rd of 1973 when something sinister arrived again, lurking in the darkness along the rail road tracks of “Centreville, Maryland”. A wolf-like creature with abundant black-hair and incandescent eyes glimmering of golden-black unnatural pupils continued to terrorize the countryside. Unimaginable fatalities and mutilated corpses began to pile up unexpectedly causing the small town unpleasant gossip. The monstrous creature began glaring in through the night victimizing the vulnerable. Its bloodied snout and stained teeth growing jagged feeding on human innards and stalking its powerless victims until it can feed once again. “Ropers Field” was once a beautiful landscape far off in the woodland but since then had become a breeding ground for werewolves.
Customer Comments
Courtney Neubaum
Posted: May 31, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
This is a great book and everyone should read it. I enjoyed reading it and couldn't put it down, with every page it kept drawing me in. I have to say I didn't like the ending but most definitely still a great book :)
About The Author
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Author of..The coldness on Shawl Road, Charger deaths alter ego lies in the wake of Thomas Ritter, Adeline and Ropers Field. He resides in Middletown Pennsylvania with his two children, Gage and Kassidy.His greatest inspiration for writing "Ropers Field" came from distant recollections of being a 9 year old boy spending most of his time in the woodland. The time he spent at "Dead River's" was key to writing this novella. "Dead River's" was a place deep in the mountains a half-mile from his parents mobile home trailer. It was filled with dark trails and path-ways that in the dark felt overwhelmingly eerie. Spending many evenings out there and at times when he found him self alone he would sense something dark glaring from behind as he peddled his "Royal Union" bicycle through the nightshade. Not far from the trails was a clearing that some believed to have been forever cursed by the Susquehannock Indians. Many of his summers spent there he now realizes under the covering of towering trees and natures haunting shadows, it would've been ignorant to think he was truly alone. There in Dead River's as a potential victim he had escaped unknowingly without ever realizing it at the time. Ropers Field is much like that place!
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