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Nancy Widrew
Something Down There
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Publisher: Azure Spider Publications
Publication Date: November 15, 2017)
Not all caves are uninhabited
Horror erupts when newlyweds, Karen and Jeremy, cross paths with members of a diabolical cult inside a West Virginia cave. Living below the earth’s surface has triggered mutations, rendering the cult members nearly infertile. Their leader, a wild-eyed, cunning brute, refuses to let the couple leave, believing they and their potential offspring hold the key to surviving underground. Are Karen and Jeremy doomed to spend their lives inside this sunless, subterranean wasteland, or do they escape before their minds shatter and their bodies betray them?
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She desperately needed fluids, but with none available, her eyes closed and her body grabbed the one essential it could: rest. Within seconds, she was floating on a lake and her brother, laughing mischievously, waded over and splashed her face. Go away or I’ll tell Mom, she told the bratty creature. Ignoring the threat, he did it again. Something registered inside Karen’s subconscious brain and she licked her mouth, now surprisingly wet. The miracle awakened her, and she reached up to touch a sprinkling of drops.
Hope restored, she searched for the welcome fissure, knowing it was nearby. She pawed with her fingers and found the spot, opening it further, allowing a stream of precious liquid through. She cupped her hands and drank enough to fill her dream lake, noting the taste of recent rainwater, heavenly and normal. Encouraged by her progress, her eyes brightened, and her mouth curved upward.
Hearing a noise—the clanging, ringing, scraping sound of metal on metal—she rushed forward. Jeremy had mentioned something about ladders: a series of them closer to the top. Just find the first, he had said. While she would have loved to go all the way up, to see the sky, she knew Randy might be heading back with the vegetables by now; might only be a few levels above. She drummed her foot, debating with herself, looked at her watch and blanched. There was no choice; she had to return. It was getting late.
About to leave, she swung at the waist, but the earth, now soaked from the wide-open fissure, had become a sloppy, slippery mess, and her arms flailed out as her feet left the ground. She tumbled sideways, sparing the baby but bruising a hip. While she wasn’t seriously hurt, the suddenness of it startled her, and before she could stop herself a scream escaped her lips, followed by a “Dammit!” It was only a quick scream and a single word; still, it was enough.
Randy, just as Karen feared, was on his way back, but worse than she had imagined, he was only one level above, and having tired of singing had heard the hubbub and recognized the voice. In a flash, it had come to him and two and two became four. Furious, he threw the candle down the gaping hole separating the two levels.
Karen, within range of the thud, went to check. Her foot struck the waxy object, and realizing what it was, she gulped repeatedly. She picked it up and rolled it between her fingers, not sure how this unfortunate complication—a mere accident, perhaps?—would affect her and Jeremy’s impending getaway. Just how much did Randy suspect? Please God, she silently begged, hoping for the best but fearing the worst. Let everything be okay. She sent out a series of clicks.
Above, Randy sat, holding his head, the picture of despair.



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About Nancy Widrew

Nancy Widrew
Nancy Widrew was born and raised in NYC before settling in New England with her husband. She has two grown children and two four-legged furry ones, always a source of amusement. She has had short stories published in webzines and a print anthology. This is her first novel.
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