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New to the TBR: Baad Dog by Sal Conte

Baad DogSynopsis

Since when did man’s best friend become his very own worst nightmare?

Harry wanted a dog.

He’d wanted a dog ever since his mother gave away the cute little mongrel pup he and his brother adopted when they were kids. His mom gave the dog away because Harry and Lenny didn’t take care of her as promised.
Now Harry is a grown man with children of his own. He brings home Queenie, a miracle of modern robotics who looks and acts just like a real dog. Big Mistake.

“One of the beauties of the K9-233 is that they don’t eat or poop.”

Harry’s wife, Pam, feels there’s something off about Queenie right from the beginning. And then strange things begin to happen: Harry’s five-year-old says Queenie talks to him. There’s the near fatal car accident after Harry makes Queenie spend the night in the garage for being naughty. But Harry loves Queenie—maybe a little too much. Will Harry realize there’s a murderous monster living under his roof before his entire family becomes dog food?

Sal ConteAbout the Author

Sal Conte is the horror writing alter ego of Amazon #1 Teen Horror novelist E. Van Lowe. Sal began his career while still in college, authoring two 80s pulp horror classics, “Child’s Play” and “The Power.”

After a brief death–err, hiatus, Sal is now back with brand new creepy horror stories for you. The author has been profiled by Industry tastemaker, Kirkus Reviews, and was a guest speaker at this year’s (2015) Horror Book Fest where he unveiled his “spine-tingling thriller” (*reviewer comment) “The Secrets of Love and Death.”

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About Kristine

As an aspiring author, avid bookworm, fitness fanatic and dedicated mother, there just aren't enough hours in the day. I write or post about things I'm passionate about and spend my time trying to make the most of every day. Life may be a tough journey, but I have my ruby red slippers and am content on skipping along this yellow brick road until the end of the line.

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