Author Geordie Gilman

About the Author

 

Geordie Gilman is the author of three novels, including Ice Lake and Mister Zero. He has a degree in computer technology. Besides working in the computer field, he has had a variety of other interesting jobs and met many strange characters, which have greatly inspired his writing. His passion is writing horror and science fiction stories. He lives in southern Maine.

Mister Zero

 

Author: Geordie Gilman

Hardback ISBN: 9781629899114

Paperback ISBN: 9781629899121

eBook ISBN: 9781629899138

Genre: Horror

Release Date 04/30/2018

The story opens with a deranged man standing in the middle of a field hovering over one of his victims he had just brutally mutilated. The man, who calls himself Mister Zero, is convinced his victim was a demon disguised as a teenage girl. This is not his first kill or his last.

Ice Lake

 

Author: Geordie Gilman

Hardback ISBN:  9781953271105

Paperback ISBN:  9781953271112

eBook ISBN:  9781953271129

Genre: Horror

Release Date 09/15/2020

The weather was sunny and hot; a perfect day to be out on the lake, but Ice Lake was still cold, colder than Kitt realized when she dove into the water. She also hadn’t realized what lurked beneath the surface. After climbing back into the rowboat, with the help from her boyfriend, she told Griz she felt something touching her feet. It wasn’t long after that she found herself back in the water struggling to survive.

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Wooden Ponies

 

Author: Geordie Gilman

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Genre: Horror

Release Date to be determined

Wooden Ponies is a suspenseful story about an abandoned farmhouse that should have been burned to the ground years ago when the farmer, Zeke Osborne, gruesomely murdered his wife and their five young children, and then disappeared in the middle of a snowstorm never to be seen again.

Twenty-two years later two frantic mothers rushed into the sheriff’s office hysterically shouting that their two young children had not returned home and were last seen riding their bicycles toward the old farmhouse to go fishing in a nearby pond.

Sheriff Roger Lefebvre hoped he had seen the last of the Osborne farmhouse having witnessed the horrific aftermath of the Osborne murders in his first year as sheriff, and a later unsolved murder of a realtor found hanging from a beam in the barn. Now, in his last year of serving as the county sheriff, Roger must again venture into the dark farmhouse hoping to find the children safe but will encounter even more horrifying mysteries.