Vic Kerry is a horror author from Alabama. He holds an MFA in writing popular fiction from Seton Hill University.
His writing interest include: Southern gothic, psychological horror, and a variety of monsters. He is not very interested in ghost stories. His reading interests include the authors: Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck, Richard Laymon, Stephen King, and so many others. He also loves Christopher Moore’s books. His friends always get a recommendation as well. These include, Kristin Dearborn, Michael A. Arnzen, Scott A. Johnson, and Victoria Thompson (for the mystery readers).
Outside of this, Vic’s a rather normal guy. He is married and has a cat, named Daisy, and 6 dogs (Hermes, Napoleon, Mr. Humphries, Brownhilda, Emmy, and Lady Jack Ketchum.) When not writing, he works on a psychiatric unit and teaches psychology as an adjunct instructor.
Welcome to Innsboro. We’ve been waiting for you.
To Reverend David Stanley, the small town of Innsboro, Tennessee, seems heaven sent, appearing out of a fog on a secluded mountain road. When he hears the town needs a preacher for its annual Decoration Day service, it’s as if God himself called him to duty here.
But as Decoration Day draws near, David begins to wonder about Innsboro. It doesn’t appear on any map. It lacks any conveniences of modern life. In fact, the whole town seems cut off from time. Worst of all are the hideous nightmares, terrifying visions of monsters…and a strange, pulsing purple light. Perhaps it wasn’t heaven that sent Innsboro after all.