New Minibook: “Off the Leash”

Off the Leash
By Matthew Brady

Dark Fantasy/Grimdark/Horror (46 pages)

Available in paperback and ebook formats.

Young Peter Hackles has never lacked for anything, having been raised in the household of his mysterious Uncle Rackham: the wealthiest landowner in Egbert Valley. But that all changes on the day Peter and his friends discover a savaged corpse in their village. Thereafter, frightful howls begin to echo through the woods and the moors, and a single act of compassion draws the boy unwittingly into the lair of an unimaginable beast…and into the heart of a terrible secret that no amount of earthly riches can spare him from. 

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Also by Matthew Brady: Lovebirds

Fiction/Horror (54 pages)
Available in paperback and ebook formats.

In Ballantine Bay, there are whispers of an enchanter called the Matchmaker who can bring love to the unrequited. So when lovesick young Aggie Lovett learns of this legend, inevitably she is unable to resist is allure. But after an unsettling pact is made, Aggie soon discovers the horrifying cost of love without limits.


About the Author
Matthew Brady is a young writer currently living in Nashville, Tennessee. He attended Belmont University, where he studied writing and literature before earning his bachelor’s degree. He is the author of one other novelette, Lovebirds (a Mannison Minibook, 2019). His short story, “Midnight Oil,” was published in the second volume of Nosetouch Press’s The Asterisk Anthology (2018), where it won first prize in the Southern Gothic genre.
Learn more about Matthew’s work here.


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