One Dark Collection

*Ratings as of December, 2023

In the heart of everyday life, shadows lurk, and secrets wait to be uncovered. Journey into the depths of human emotion and the mysteries that lie just beneath the surface in 'One Dark Collection,' a gripping anthology of five captivating short stories.

'One Dark Collection' weaves a tapestry of suspense, mystery, and human drama that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Each story offers a glimpse into the enigmatic and unexplored corners of everyday life, inviting you to question what lies beneath the surface of the ordinary. Get ready for a journey into the darkness that conceals the extraordinary – the stories within this collection are sure to leave you spellbound and craving more.

Forgive Me Lord

Like every other normal, mundane Thursday afternoon Oliver stood behind the counter at his family shop. The day was slow and the customers hardly stepped foot inside.

At least it was until a gentleman calling himself Theodore enters into Morgan's Fresh Essentials, and into Oliver's life. His mother, Mrs Morgan, has been bedridden for months, only recently returning from hospital. Unable to care for herself, Oliver has to take on the extra weight. But there is something wrong with Theodore. Something that is clawing away at him as every single second goes by.

Shouldn’t Have Looked Up

Everything is going to plan and the boys are taking the plunge into the dark recesses of the forest.

George, Dylan, Thomas, Alex and Liam go further into the dark forest than ever before. But what is lurking in the shadows with them?

Flowers of the Forest

When George and his friends ventured out into the forests of The Black Fern Forest they didn't realise that unnatural occurrences would have taken place.

Elliot's curiosity runs overdrive when he sees imagery of this forest, of the extraordinary scenes that fill this dark forest.

Goodbye Neighbour

When Lewis arrives for work in the morning there is only one thing on his mind. Getting rid of the horrible neighbour known as Frank.

Body in the Office

“A quiet village. An office building. One body and four suspects.”

Detective Christopher Watkins is called to the scene of a murder at a local building block of offices. He walks onto the scene of a murdered female with a red rose in her hand.

With the victim tangled in a web of affairs eventually, Detective Christopher Watkins can weed out the truth.

One Dark Collection's Paperback Book Cover. Front and Back.
One Dark Collection's Paperback Book Cover. Front and Back.
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One Dark Collection's Hardback Book Cover. Front and Back.

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Customer Reviews

Great book - This book is about two stories that make you think and feel. The first one is about a detective solving a murder and learning about people's secrets. The second story is about someone feeling guilty for killing their neighbor. Both stories show why people act the way they do and make us think about right and wrong. They are easy to read but deep, showing the complicated side of human feelings. I liked them because they were exciting and made me think about life.

A Captivating Read - Title:
Two Exciting Stories About Crime and Feelings

These two stories are really interesting and full of surprises. The first one is about Detective Watkins who is trying to solve a murder case. The story shows how people can hide secrets and how these secrets can cause big problems. It's not just about finding the killer; it's also about understanding why people do bad things to each other. The second story is different. It's about someone who feels really guilty for killing their neighbor. This story takes us inside the mind of that person and shows us how hard it is to live with a big secret. It makes us think about what is right and what is wrong. What makes these stories special is how they show the characters' feelings and decisions. We get to see why people do what they do, and it feels very real. The stories are easy to read but they make you think a lot about life and choices. I liked these stories because they were exciting and made me think about important things. They show that understanding people can be complicated but really interesting. If you like stories that make you think and feel the emotions strongly, you will probably like these ones too. It is for sure to leave an impression on you

Fantastic! - I loved this collection of short stories. I always try not to give the plots away in reviews, but Edward Gough has a wonderful writing style that is sure to leave you hooked! The book cover is great too!