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Beat the Summer Heat With These Chilling Tales of Self-Storage Fiction!

Beat the Summer Heat With These Chilling Tales of Self-Storage Fiction!

Summer days can be hot and sticky, so why not beat the heat with some bone-chilling, industry-relevant fiction? If you’re looking to while away those long, languid days, grab a murder mystery or horror novel from the from the Inside Self-Storage (ISS) Store. They’ll refresh you with suspense, and making a purchase is a breeze!

In “Hot Storage,” author Mary Mead weaves a tale around self-storage manager Marlena Montoya, who finds cartons of drugs in a unit that was supposed to be empty. It all goes downhill from there, as a county task force puts an undercover cop on the payroll, one of the facility owners gets personal, and the local detective stays for dinner. When two men are murdered and the victims are tied to the Jade Beach storage facility, it falls to Montoya to hunt for the truth with an assist from Monarch Beach detective John Kincaid.

Best known for penning the official “The Walking Dead” novel series, author Jay Bonansinga digs deep to spin a chilling tale in his horror novel “Self Storage.” The psychological thriller centers on Johnny Fitzgerald, a lonely, divorced graphic illustrator with a major heroin habit. When Johnny accidentally gets trapped inside a deserted self-storage facility with his 6-year-old son, he’s forced to face demons both real and imagined.

Of course, the ISS Store also offers a plethora of insightful educational material, with books focused on customer service, investing, leadership, marketing, revenue management, sales, valuation and much more. Visit now for full product details and titles.

 

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