Highlighting Horror: Bay’s End by Edward Lorn

I am kicking off a new spotlight section on Get Jack’d. Every Monday I will highlight a new book by a writer of Horror. This first installment — Edward Lorn’s Bay’s End.


“Monsters are real. Ghosts are real, too. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.”
~Stephen King

Officer Mack Larson is not everything he appears…

When twelve-year-old Trey and his best friend Eddy play a prank on Officer Mack, the resulting chain of events rocks the small town of Bay’s End.

Today, Trey Franklin is a man haunted by his past. Tormented by that one tragic, fateful summer, Trey searches for catharsis the only way he knows how – by writing.

A tale of love and loss, bittersweet memories, and the depths of human evil.

Welcome to Bay’s End.


Big Al’s Books and Pals – “While “Bay’s End” will attract horror fans, its appeal should go well beyond fans of that genre.”

Shaun Adams, Amazon UK – “Bay’s End is a masterpiece of suspense and darkness with characters that you will root for and come to care about as they struggle to survive against the evil that smothers their town.”

Alisa Tangredi, Amazon.com – “I read it cover to cover without stopping — was gripped throughout. A must read thriller.”

Author Bio

“Edward Lorn is an American horror author presently residing somewhere in the southeast United States.  He enjoys storytelling, reading, and writing biographies in the third person. Be on the look out for his second novel, ‘Dastardly Bastard’, coming in May from Red Adept Publishing.”