The Streets by Robert Dunbar

Now available for pre-order, part three of Robert Dunbar's Pines Trilogy, The Streets.

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THE STREETS is the final part of Robert Dunbar's THE PINES TRILOGY:

In a desolate city, as ravaged and dangerous as a post-Apocalyptic wasteland, horrors prowl the back alleys. Struggling to survive, a group of young people find themselves trapped in a decaying asylum ... where unspeakable evil lurks. 

Do the streets offer escape? Or death? 

"THE STREETS is like ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST, shot directly into your veins like a speedball."
- Greg F. Gifune, author of THE BLEEDING SEASON
"Robert Dunbar has the unique personal vision, command of language, and atmospheric style to enrapture you in the wildest, deepest nightmare."
- Tom Piccirilli, author of THE LAST KIND WORDS 

The Pines Trilogy:

The Pines

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A series of gruesome murders shocks the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. Could it be the legendary Jersey Devil? 
The Shore: 
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As a winter storm grips the coastal town of Edgeharbor, a series of horrible murders terrorizes the residents. A young policewoman and a mysterious stranger are all that stand between the tiny town and an ancient evil. 

About the Author:

"The catalyst for the new literary movement in horror." ~ Dark Scribe

"A literary craftsman, a stylist." ~ Shroud Magazine

"One of the best authors working in dark fiction today." ~ Literary Mayhem

"Easily one of the best dark fiction writers around." ~ The Black Abyss

"In a word: brilliant." ~ Hypnos

ROBERT DUNBAR is the author of several novels, a collection of short fiction, and a nonfiction book about the horror genre. His stories and essays have appeared in numerous publications. For more information, visit

"Unconventional and totally unique in his approach to the genre." ~ Nights & Weekends

"Spearheading the movement to infuse the modern horror genre with more literary sensibilities." ~ Serial Distractions

"Writers like Robert Dunbar don't materialize every day. Let us give thanks for his continued attempts to bring professionalism and craft back to an ailing genre." ~ HellNotes

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