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When Michael Zaun takes possession of his late grandfather’s farm, he finds out he inherited more than he bargained for. Dubbed the “Tool Shed Murders,” the details of the deaths of two girls on the property and his grandfather’s, seemingly by his own hand, are a little murky. Was his grandfather a monster or a hero?

The discovery of his grandfather’s journal awakens within him a new confidence. But what about the demon his grandfather mentioned? Is it real or just the ranting of a diseased mind?

With the help of his friends, old and new, Michael will find not only the answer to that question, but a new strength within himself.

5.0 out of 5 stars Tool Shed November 27, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
When William Zaun's grandfather died he inherited the farm. William quit his job and moved to the old farm where gruesome murders took place. Little did he know the murders would begain again. This is a wonderful book with lots of suspense and horror. This is the first book i've read by Armand Rosamilia and i intend to be reading more from this author 

5.0 out of 5 stars Tool Shed an eerie, fascinating story November 25, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
Michael Zaun isn't the kind of guy blessed with good luck. So when he inherits his grandfather's farm, nothing can dim his pleasure over his good fortune. Not even the circumstances of his grandfather's death, which included some mysterious deaths and an incomprehensible journal that lends no light on the situation. Not even the herd of dead cows and coop full of dead chickens can get Michael down, and as he finally meets a girl who is not repulsed by him, he thinks life has finally taken a turn for the better.

But how could Michael know that something dark and murderous lurks beneath his farm? An entity bent on escaping its subterranean prison, no matter how many humans it must kill to obtain its freedom. Then bodies of local teenagers start showing up on the farm, and that brings up all the questions about Michael's grandfather again.

Armand Rosamilia uses his usual excellent writing to create a believable, familiar world for Michael to inhabit along with the teenagers who use his shed as a hangout. Michael's best friend, his girlfriend and her mother are all real people you might have met somewhere. But when the evil entity is introduced, it is as believable as the rest of Michael's world. Often paranormal stories ask for too much suspension of disbelief, getting the reader to step out of the story, learn all about this barely believable aspect of the story, then jump back in and try to wrap your head around the story. Rosamilia deftly intertwines the real and the surreal so that it all seems possible. That's what i like in a paranormal story -- I want to believe it just might happen. That's what scares me, and Tool Shed scared me plenty.

Rosamilia's books are always a pleasure to read, well-written and filled with humor, fear and intelligence. Tool Shed is no exception, a great read you'll find hard to put down.
4.0 out of 5 stars Tool Shed...creepy! December 12, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase
Michael Zaun has recently inherited his grandfather's farm, the site of a grisly murder dubbed "The Tool Shed Murders." Michael moves into the farm house and decides to get settled in. Little does he know that there are teenagers hanging out in the infamous tool shed, and an evil is lurking in the soil.

What I really enjoyed about this novella was the characters. Michael is not your typical hero; he is overweight and lacking in self-confidence. This makes him that much more likable and real. The people he meets are fleshed out, fully formed characters that the reader really starts to like and root for. Armand Rosamilia has done an excellent job at building suspense and taking the reader on an unforgettable journey through evil.

I highly recommend this novella for fans of horror and suspense. Well done! 


Armand Rosamilia is a New Jersey boy currently living in sunny Florida, where he writes when he's not watching zombie movies, the Boston Red Sox and listening to Heavy Metal music...

"Highway To Hell" and "Dying Days" extreme zombie novellas are part of the growing Extreme Undead series of books/stories created by Armand...

He is also an editor for Rymfire Books, helping with several horror anthologies, including "Vermin" and the "State of Horror" series, as well as the creator and energy behind Carnifex Metal Books, putting out the "Metal Queens Monthly" series of non-fiction books about females into Metal...

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