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  • Hard Winter: The Novel

    by Neil Davies
    After overwhelming Scotland, the glacier gouged its unstoppable way south. Only a few people remained in the desolate, frozen streets of the cities of Northern England. As the daily blizzards blew stronger and the icebergs on the River Mersey grew larger, Norman and Chrissy Leonard prepared to flee their Liverpool home. When Norman heard -- The Roar -- he knew the time for preparation had passed. An unspeakable dread twisted inside him at that primordial sound. The glacier was pushing more than ... more
  • The Village Witch

    by Neil Davies
    She sits on the headstone, claws flexing, wings furled, as she has for almost four centuries. The people of Byre live in fear. A centuries-old evil that grows stronger with each human sacrifice threatens their village. If all goes according to her plan, the Village Witch will unleash almost four hundred years of resentment, hatred and homicidal rage on the town. Tim Galton, an ex-special forces soldier, Professor Alexander Hall and his daughter Susan, paranormal investigators, and a few, b... more
  • The Ant Man

    by Neil Davies
    Digman Marley works for Antman Exterminators. He used to work at the old chemical factory on the hill, before it went out of business. His life is hard, dull and predictable. But something is happening up at the old factory, and the ants he's called to exterminate are acting strangely, and, although he doesn't know it, this week things are going to change forever for Digman Marley. The Short Story 'The Ant Man' is Neil Davies's tribute to both the Black & White B-Movies he still enjoys watchi... more
  • The Midnight Hour

    by Neil Davies
    A short story collection featuring 14 tales of dark imagination.
  • The Evil Incantation

    by Neil Davies
    Ex-Special Forces soldier Tim Galton and History Professor Alexander Hall are adventurers and paranormal investigators. But they don't just investigate haunted houses, they search out the darkest, most dangerous of creatures and do battle. Now they're in Romania, facing a deadly alliance between Satanists and Vampires and heading inexorably towards an encounter with the most evil creature they've ever faced, deep in Transylvania.
  • The Last Harpy

    by Neil Davies
    England, October 12th 1587: Ancient evil has broken loose. The last surviving Harpy, a creature of Greek Mythology, lays waste to the countryside and only one man can stop her.
  • Hard Winter

    by Neil Davies
    A new ice age, an approaching glacier, and driven before it, unimaginable horror. The winter of twenty-one eighteen was a hard one. A new ice age approached and the movement of the glacier over Scotland, while slow, was constant and unstoppable. Norman and Chrissie Leonard believed they were safe for a while longer, in the almost deserted Liverpool town centre, but then Norman heard The Roar and discovered that man wasn’t the only creature forced from its home by the ice.
  • Interludes: 11 more tales of dark imagination

    by Neil Davies
    11 more tales of dark imagination and horror, with "holiday interludes" from the seasons of Halloween and Christmas. The Box The Pathological Good Samaritan Holiday Interlude #1 - Halloween: Tradition The Sarcophagus (with Rhianne Davies) Holiday Interlude #2 - Christmas: A Christmas Pilgrim Conversation The Killing Tree Holiday Interlude #3 - Halloween: Young At Heart The Cleansing Holiday Interlude #4 - Christmas: Two Years To The Day The Ward On The Hill
  • Raised In Evil

    by Neil Davies
    Raymond Shaw has a past he has all but eradicated from his memory. A twisted past involving his parents, a defrocked priest, satanic rituals and murder. But now he dreams of dead girls and he knows the past has resurfaced and is calling to him, calling him back to the purpose he was raised for. Detective Inspector Frank Giles is investigating a series of ritualistic murders that bring terrifying memories of an earlier case back to him. There had been murders then, too, and the cult of the dem... more
  • Welcome Home

    by Neil Davies
    There is a serial killer on the loose, torturing and butchering his way across the North of England. In the quiet Cheshire village of Taupington, Victoria Wheatcroft has found the house of her dreams. But the house holds more than simply memories, and the serial killer, and her own past, are closing in...
  • Seeking the Light of Justice

    by Barry Dr. Nadel
    Professor Yoshua Rosenberg's team of archeologists are investigating the widespread stories of the Light of Justice. Through the discovery of an unknown book, he has his first solid lead about the Light of Justice. Unknown to them they have caught the attention of Vatican security. The discovery leads them to Southern Spain, the horrors of the Inquisition and prison. Medium Synopsis: The legends of the Light of Justice appear across numerous cultures and time frames. Professor Yoshua Rosenbe... more
  • The Thief's Tale

    by Joel Manners

    When an audacious burglary goes spectacularly right, Wyn expects her young life to change for the better. Glorious infamy and the respect and adulation of her underworld brethren will, at least, buy her a few drinks, and just might convince the other thieving vermin to keep their knives to themselves for a while.

    But when her new-found reputation attracts the worst kind of attention, she is forced to take on an impossible heist, working for a vicious killer named Quinn, a man she has fe... more

  • A Hell For All Seasons

    by Emiliya Ahmadova
    A Hell for All Seasons features seven bone-chilling short stories that span the globe, inviting you to partake in a spine-tingling supernatural adventure that you’ll not soon forget. Inside you’ll discover what happens when unsuspecting schoolgirls, strait-laced physicians, a swash-buckling cowboy, selfish hypocrites, a drunkard, female medium, and ordinary university students encounter their worst nightmares. What have they done to spark supernatural phenomena? Bad choices, bad timing, and ... more
  • The Last Iteration

    by Mel Arthur
    Hanian Tris, a member of the ruling family, the oppressors in a Civil War, is usually safe from harm.  But now, dropped in a labyrinth of horrors, he must join forces with two freedom fighters --- who fought against his family --- and two civilians who just want out of the War, to escape something far worse than war: the dangers of a deadly alien maze that resets itself again and again.
  • Rehab For One-Hit Wonders

    by George Traikovich
    Waking up in rehab was guitarist Rick Paulsen's latest career setback, not his last. But when a beautiful ghost from his past shows up at the same island treatment center, he's pulled back into her orbit despite their turbulent history. Digging deeper into the therapy designed to revitalize her career leads him to the arcane rituals behind the unconventional treatment and the real reason he's on the island.
  • Analog

    by TK Rising

    Life on analogs of Earth and Alta is caustically influenced by the barren universes who control the multiverse leading to a confluence of confrontations between terrestrial and celestial beings.

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