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  • Still Life

    by Isobel Hart

    When Samantha Davis and her boyfriend are involved in an accident, on the same day a new virus is identified, his recovery appears to be a miracle. Until he turns on her.

    Determined to understand the changes in him, Sam joins with others to uncover more about the virus. But soon the knowledge they gather poses a threat. The infected men want to stop them. And soon.

    Resolving to meet the threat head-on, Sam prepares for the toughest fight of her life but finds herself caught betwee... more

  • Gypsy Blood

    by Jeff Gunhus
    When Corbin Stewart, a down-on-his-luck writer living in Paris, witnesses the brutal attack of an old gypsy man, he rushes to help. He chases off the attackers, three albino men wearing porcelain tragedy masks, but not before they stab the old man repeatedly. While Corbin tries to keep the man alive until help arrives, blood gets on his skin, in his eyes, into his mouth. The old man dies, but Corbin soon discovers that death isn’t the end for the powerful gypsy, and that the blood in his body ca... more
  • Damaged Beyond All Recognition (Infinity's Trinity Book 1)

    by Alan Felyk
    Paul Tomenko is no stranger to the improbable. He became a magazine sweepstakes winner and celebrated counterculture writer by age 19. Now he’s traveling to and from God’s library somewhere outside the Universe to prevent the end of eternity. Because of a DNA flaw, humanity no longer can ascend through the Planes of Existence after they die. They can’t access memories from countless past lives in previous versions of the Universe or acquire new recollections. And, that means no one will have th... more
  • The Everlasting: Da Eb'bulastin

    by Rasheedah Prioleau
    After another incident of sleepwalking, Aiyana Gamelle wakes up lying under the stars on the Beach of Sa'Fyre Island, an island off the coast of South Carolina with a rich Gullah and Native American history. Knowing these incidents of sleepwalking have something to do with her long awaited transition into queen of the island, Aiyana shrugs them off as little more than a nuisance to be expected since her lineage leads to a mysterious African goddess. Aiyana moves forward with plans to h... more
  • American Specter: The Winter Solstice (Volume 2)

    by Rasheedah Prioleau
    Audra Wheeler is a former FBI Agent turned small-town sheriff in a town where the living exist in relative harmony with ghosts. Her retirement from the FBI came on the heels of the paranormal murder and ghostly resurrection of her one true love, Ethan Cole. However, small-town life in this Mayberry/Sleepy Hollow is proving to be more of a sacrifice than she anticipated as being sheriff has turned out to be little more than playing “errand girl” to the Mayor and the feuding Town Council. To top i... more
  • The Dragon's Glare (The Survival Trilogy) (Volume 2)

    by T.J. & M.L. Wolf
    In 2019, three years after recovery of a powerful Hopi artifact from a mystery cave in Arizona, Una Waters finds herself on special assignment from D.C. to Chinatown in New York City. Unexplained acts of violence, including a cyber breach at the NYPD threaten to disrupt the lives of immigrants, forcing military intervention from General Ashcroft, now with U.S. Cyber Security. When newshound and compadre Jack Howser arrives to investigate a reported UFO sighting, Una begins to realize an episode ... more
  • American Specter: The Seven Sisters

    by Rasheedah Prioleau
    FBI Agent Audra Wheeler has been haunted for the last thirteen years by a paranormal attack that left her sister, Kendra, in a coma. Mentored by FBI Assistant Director Jonathan Cordero to investigate crimes committed by specters, Audra believes she is on the trail of a serial killer specter with an M.O. very similar to her sister’s attacker. The investigation takes her to a small town of Specter, Georgia; a haven for ghosts who exist among the living.
  • How I Broke the Sky

    by E.W. Park
    Nikos was having a bad day. Not an ordinary bad day, but a ‘your-wife-burned-alive-in-a-spaceship’ kind of bad day. Space travel is murder. Every time a ship goes up, the cosmonaut inside it dies. Why? No one knows, but that’s the way it has always been on New Amith. Nevermind that people from the sister planet of Shan can zip through outer space with no problem. Getting answers to all of this means that Nikos has to dig deeper. It means following lunatic prophecies into catacombs of... more
  • The Three Souls

    by Bill Thomas

    Johnny Chambers is jailed in Texas in the early 1960's. He is falsely convicted of a crime and is sentenced to five years in prison. While is prison he meets two other inmates Vinny Le Pugh and David Madejas.

    Both inmates have had near death experiences and yet both have shown new found talents in music and art. Johnny decides to talk to the warden about their ability in a way to help them find their freedom. The warden goes along with it for a while but then decides to pull the plu... more

  • The Fall of the Faere and Other Stories

    by William Timothy Murray
    These stories, myths, and legends, spanning eons, set the stage for the epic events of The Year of the Red Door. Here is told how the world was created, how the Faerekind lost their wings and became the Elifaen, The Fallen Ones, and how they failed to save their people from strife. Some of the figures within these tales fought valiantly to avert the conflicts and violence that they foresaw. Some saw the error of their ways and sought to undo the plight they had inflicted upon their people. Ot... more
  • Pigeon

    by Daniel Zadow
    For Simon, the plaintive cries of desperation emanate out from him to find a semblance of who he was. In doing so, he calls to the depths within his mind and awakens psychological manifestations that help remind him of his past. The pigeon visits him and begins to wake up the old Simon by removing the masks, which cover a past made up of something from another world. On this journey, Simon uncovers all the secrets trailing back to where it all started in Germany.
  • Body of Christ

    by Mark Matthews
    After his first Holy Communion, a boy secretly builds his own Jesus out of communion wafers and the flesh of his dad. On Halloween night, his Jesus shall rise. After a tragic death, a girl tends to the Cemetery of the Innocents, a memorial to the holocaust of abortion and children killed before their time. On Halloween night, the children shall live, and they need to be fed. The Holy Spirit comes to life in this shocking, transgressive story of Christian Horror __________________ "... more
  • Melhara

    by Jocelyn Tollefson
    Witches. Demons. Angels. Ancient prophecies and eternal wars. Kyra Parker has it all: a successful career, a sensible husband, and a wonderful son; she's living the life she always wanted. But appearances are deceiving. In reality, she's a witch who has forbidden herself from using magic—at least the powers she has control over. Only two of her closest friends know her secret—one they share. Kyra can no longer ignore her destiny when she is exposed as the key to the end of the world. To sa... more
  • The Blood of Winter (Demons of Lost Souls Book 1)

    by John Ozmore
    Winter could remember Death's voice in the womb. It calls to him still, filling his mind with visions of all the ways he can die. King Drohn's conquest is destroying everything and everyone, leaving the world in ruin. Branded a traitor and forced to escape Winter must travel to the ends of the known world to gather allies. Along the way he will face a perilous landscape of mountains, deserts, infinitely growing trees, and calderas surrounded by boiling lakes and rivers to protect an indigenous t... more
  • Standing At The Edge, The Last Brigade Book 3

    by William Alan Webb
    Nick Angriff’s ultimate enemy finally takes the stage and the 7th Cavalry will never be the same. Operation Overtime has come through its first winter in post-Collapse America in better shape than expected. Food is plentiful, the city of Prescott is healing, and there’s even a battalion of new recruits for the Marines. Everything seems to be going Angriff’s way, until people start trying to kill him again. When the aggressive Chinese send an armored force to capture old America’s largest t... more
  • SOYUZ: The Final Flight

    by HARRY A. MILMAN
    When a disgruntled astronaut decides to get revenge, all hell breaks loose! By the time the final flight of the Russian space capsule, Soyuz, docks at the International Space Station, Derek Johnson—one of its passengers and the oldest astronaut to fly in space—is sick with a severe case of food poisoning that does not respond to antibiotics, and he soon dies. Recruited to assist NASA’s medical team, Dr. Bob Kramer, a forensic toxicologist and expert witness, concludes that the cause of Johnson’s... more

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