There's a new ice cream truck roaming the neighborhood, and Trey Leger believes its driver is a monster.
While the neighborhood children see a friendly man serving the treats, Trey sees a frightful demon behind the wheel.
Battling years of mental illness and the demons from his own childhood, Trey investigates to determine if the creature is merely a symptom of his mental illness or something far more terrifying.
Nominated for the 2011 Parsec Award Best Novel, Closet Treats is filled with disturbing imagery and monstrous dread.
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First rate psychological thriller
Being able to just sit back with my eyes closed and just "watch" the story unfold in my head complete. Being that I'm a slow reader, this is more efficient and allows for a more connected experience vs reading a little here and a little more a few days later.
Yes, it has a slow burn quality to it by introducing subtle doubts about what is actually happening (don't want to go further to avoid spoilers).
So hard to choose, but I would have to say the plot twist at very end of story (you'll have to read to find out)
I'm terrible with titles, but here goes, Ice Cream "Man"?
Despite loving his latest offering in The Black series, I still think this is my favorite of Paul Cooley's tales.
- James M. Monroig
Excelent horror novel
- André Morais