“…is a macabre serenade to a small town that may or may not exist, peopled with alive and dead denizens who wander about the hills and houses with creepy fluidity. Told by individual inhabitants, the stories recount tales of disappearing dead deer, enchanted gardens, invisible killer dogs, and rattlesnakes that fall from the sky; each contribution adds to a composite portrait that skitters between eerie, ghoulish, and poignant. Miller is a master storyteller, clearly delighting in his mischievous creations.”
—Laury A. Egan, author of Snow, Shadows, a Stranger and Beneath the Lion’s Paw
One Lost Town.
The Uncanny Valley: Tales from a Lost Town was published on May 27, 2011, and the response from both readers and critics has been overwhelmingly positive — which is both very humbling and very gratifying.
The 450-page sequel/prequel to The Uncanny Valley, entitled Darkness in the Valley: An Uncanny Dossier, was published in January 2016.
(Available in paperback and Kindle editions.)
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