Dan Padavona / Horror Fiction / Vampires

One Autumn in Kane Grove

Vampire Horror
By Dan Padavona


Dark and Poetic

Official Synopsis

#1 Best Selling Author Dan Padavona’s creepy vampire thriller. Visceral and haunting, for lovers of Salem’s Lot and Storberry.

During a season of terror, a university confronts a series of brutal murders. Is a serial killer loose in Kane Grove?
Or does something darker haunt the night?

A disturbing vampire horror story that garnered 5-star reviews as part of The Island anthology.


Content Review

The synopsis for One Autumn in Kane Grove is simple and may come across as a bit cliche, however, the actual story is anything but.

One Autumn in Kane Grove by Dan Padavona is beautifully written, dark and poetic, very Edgar Allen Poe, very disturbing, with imagery that flows like cooling blood.

This is a short story worth every penny and every second of your reading time.  Indulge and enjoy the darkness.

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About the Author: Dan Padavona

When you read one of my books I hope you feel like you are sitting around a campfire with me at midnight…the sweet smell of wood burning, the fire crackling like a bull whip, and a full moon chasing the shadows back to the woods. Just remember to save me a marshmallow. I like mine light brown, like cinnamon toast.

I was born and raised in Cortland, NY, not far from the Finger Lakes region. Today, I live outside of Binghamton, NY, with my wife Terri, and our two children.

If you happen upon me, you’ll probably see that I am reading Terry Brooks, Richard Laymon, J.K. Rowling, Jack Ketchum, or one of the many authors who have so enriched my life with their ability to tell a good tale.

More than anything, I love a good horror story. Let me tell you one.

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