By Billy Coffey
With the “profound feel of Southern spirituality” he's identified for (Publishers Weekly), Billy Coffey attracts us right into a city the place sturdy and evil—and fantasy and reality—intertwine in unforeseen ways.
Everyone in Crow hole is familiar with of Alvaretta Graves, the previous widow who lives within the mountain. Many name her a witch; others whisper she’s insane. everybody consents the vengeance Alvaretta swore at her husband’s demise hovers over all of them. That vengeance awakens whilst young ones bump into Alvaretta’s cabin, incurring her curse. Now a ailment strikes throughout the hole. Rumors swirl that Stu Graves has risen for revenge. And the folks of Crow hole are left to confront not just the darkness that lives at the mountain, however the darkness that lives inside of themselves.
“Coffey spins a depraved story . . . [The Curse of Crow Hollow] blends folklore, superstition, and unconscious dread within the vein of Shirley Jackson’s ‘The Lottery.’”