Tony Tremblay: Horror Author & Editor

I am Tony Tremblay, and thank you for visiting my home on the world wide web. Please browse this site to learn more about me, my writing, where my original fiction can be found, and how to order it! And please check back often, as I have many exciting projects in the pipeline!

My Latest Title:

Lured by a prank phone call to a local park, Choi Lee, a Korean high school student living in New Hampshire, is unwittingly pushed to her breaking point. Since she was little, Choi’s parents have instilled in her a need to check her emotions, emphasizing that the damage done if she lost control would be catastrophic. With that phone call, Choi, her boyfriend, and her classmates will discover just how catastrophic after Choi is provoked to the point of no return.

Everyone in the park — the guilty, the innocent, the bystanders — they all die.

Inspecting the bodies littering the grass, Captain Pendleton, new to the Goffstown Police Force, walks the grounds of Barnard Park. His men are calling this event a microburst, but Pendleton had never seen a microburst decapitate, flatten, or twist a body inside out such as this. While at the park, he receives more unsettling news. There is a fatal incident at the local tavern with several people unconscious and at least two dead. Arriving at the tavern, Pendleton wonders if things could get any worse. It turns out they can. His men discover more bodies in a house next door to the tavern that a Korean family owns. The only survivor — a young girl named Choi, who has been shot in the head.

In the coming days, the gruesome deaths pile up.

Captain Pendleton’s investigation leads him to the owner of a local pawnshop. Together, they attempt to piece together Choi’s involvement with the deaths in the park, her home, and at the restaurant. However, Pendleton and the pawnshop owner are dealing with unfamiliar forces, and Choi’s ties to the supernatural and Korean folklore test the resolve and sanity of both men. It was Choi who initiated the events that led to the death of so many townspeople, and she is the key to stopping more.

The thing is, Choi is technically alive, but her brain is dead.

“Tony Tremblay’s The Damage Done vibrates with the rich terror of possibilities — the possibility of enchantment, of carnage and brutality, of unending sorrow.”
– Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke

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(The Moore House and its sequel, Do Not Weep For Me, are my first two novels; The Seeds of Nightmares and Blue Stars and Other Tales of Darkness are my first two collections of original fiction).