There's nothing better for a night-time read than a scary tale. T. M. Simmons provides some of the best available, fiction and non-fiction. The fiction stories in Grave Yarns, as the title suggests, are set in graveyards, a suitably spooky place at Halloween… or any other time, for that matter. A ghost and his motorcycle in Sweet Revenge achieve payback for murder. The butterflies in Butterfly Kisses are not something you would enjoy seeing day or night. Dark and Stormy Night is a tale about a writer who scorns his craft and learns to regret it. Permission Denied shows you what happens if you disrespect supernatural entities. The Devil's Due makes it clear you should not bargain with Satan or any of his minions. For a romp on the humerous side of the paranormal, Pitiless Pumpkin Patch Pirates closes the selection of fiction. For your reading enjoyment, Simmons has added Midnight Ferry, a true ghost story from her Ghost Hunting Diary Volume I. As always, read if you dare.