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  • Charlotte's Mist

    by Peter Baine
    A small town ... a strange town ... a ghost town. Dillon Wyatt finds that this is very much the case with Charlotte. The town has no people. The stores and buildings are busy falling apart. On the face of it, it seems like he and his new companion, Alex, are the only two living souls the town has to offer. But he's wrong. There is something living there. And it doesn't want him to leave ...
  • Tribulations

    by Richard Thomas
    In the third short story collection by Richard Thomas, Tribulations, the stories cover a wide range of dark fiction--from fantasy, science fiction and horror, to magical realism, neo-noir, and transgressive fiction. The common thread that weaves these tragic tales together is suffering and sorrow, and the ways we emerge from such heartbreak stronger, more appreciative of what we have left--a spark of hope enough to guide us though the valley of death. Fireflies and wolves, ghosts and golems, ten... more
  • Caging The Merrow

    by Heather Rigney

    Book 3: Caging The Merrow, the final installment in The Merrow Trilogy will be released in 2017.

  • Chasing the Underground (AIM Chronicles Book 2)

    by N.M. Sotzek

    One year after quitting the Canadian Scanning Tournament Cam Tylar is ready. When Artificial Intelligence Morphers (AIMs) were created twenty years earlier, scientists found a dangerous flaw in the substance and chip coding which allows AIMs to become animalistic. Underground scientists have finally created a chip which will always remain controlled by the programming definitions, and Cam has successfully trained it.

    But the founders of Scanning, the McCarthys, are not happy. If the pub... more

  • Outland Exile: Book One of Old Men and Infidels

    by W. Clark Boutwell
    The United States is dead and the Democratic Unity killed it. The new republic has inherited the continent but is satisfied to rule from its East Coast citadel, leaving the ravaged outlands to its savages and its strangely altered plants.. The Unity, with its full employment, free healthcare, frequent plebiscites, and ThiZ (the rec-drug of any really civilized society) creates history’s finest Utopia. The Unity mandates workers retire at forty, avoiding the fatigue and error that might confoun... more
  • The Anachronist Girls

    by Evan James Clark

    Chronically adrift Rose isn't ready to meet Emile Belmont. Yet he offers everything she's dreamed of: wealth, stability, whirlwind romance. Rose believes their life together is perfect until the day Emile vanishes, leaving a trail of bizarre clues behind.

    Easter exists in two worlds. Shattered by a childhood of wonder and violence, she slips between the real world and a place of countless doors. Passages only she can open, leading into phantom palaces and tiger-stalked jungles.<... more

  • Twisted

    by Michaelbrent Collings
    The Douglas family just wants to live their lives, and maybe find a bit of happiness. But when the ghost in their home breaks out of a centuries-long sleep, all hope for happiness will die. Because the thing that haunts them is not just evil... It is something much, much worse. Watching them from the shadows. Hungry to start killing once more. And thirsty for the blood of the children, the blood he has so long been denied. The thing that haunts them is not just evil. It is twisted.
  • The House That Death Built

    by Michaelbrent Collings
    Getting in was easy. Getting out... will be another matter. *** It was supposed to be just one more job: in, out, and millions the richer. But when four thieves break into THIS house, they discover the owners were ready. And waiting. Now, the thieves find themselves in a deadly maze of traps. Traps designed not only to steal their lives, but their sanity. The only way out is the front door. The only way to get there is to survive. And the only way to survive is to be willing to do anyt... more
  • The Wizard Killer - Season One

    by Adam Dreece

    "Harry Potter meets Die Hard" - M. Bybee, WereBooks.org 

    A world once at the height of magical technology and social order has collapsed. How and why are the least of the wizard killer’s worries. 

    Leaning my bloody head against the back of the crashed levitating carriage, I flex my cramped fingers. With a renewed grip on the mana-pistol, I steal a quick breath. The others better wake up fast, otherwise we’re all going to burn. 
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  • Crimson: The Second in the Trinity Series Novels

    by CG Blade
    Crimson is a mind-bending erotic science fiction novel and a nod to the Hammer Film Studios of the 1960's. Fans of Cobalt and anyone who loves a thought-provoking binary conspiracy will love it's deep rich Crimson soaked story. Set six-months after Cobalt, this is an all out Full-Tilt-Boogie freight train Out-Of-Control action packed novel. This satirical twisting story is one 'hell' of a ride and is the mother of all Retrofits!
  • Cobalt: The First in the Trinity Series Novels

    by CG Blade
    A mind-blowing mystery deepens around the first Trinity Series novel Cobalt as a former wounded patriot is thrust into a world surrounded by greed, corruption, and tyranny. This is an action-packed twisting story of regeneration, retribution and renewal. Fans of historical science fiction and lovers of satire will find this first novel in the series to be a huge page-turner. Cobalt is dedicated to our Armed Forces, science-fiction fans, and the early pulp magazines. Hang on tight, this ride migh... more
  • No Gods In My Galaxy

    by Kevin Treaccar
    Agent Harley WahNoohi is missing from his outpost. Unfortunately, just like every other remote casino colony on an outlying planet, this one is full of criminals, cheats, hired guns and more hiding from Alliance supervision. Agent Ryan Raines is sent to investigate. With the clock ticking, the spy has no choice but to enlist the help of locals, knowing full well any of them could be behind WahNoohi’s disappearance and want him dead. As the body count rises, Raines quickly discovers he's the last... more
  • Toru: Wayfarer Returns (Sakura Steam Series Book 1)

    by Stephanie R. Sorensen
    Revolutionary young samurai with dirigibles take on Commodore Perry and his Black Ships in this alternate history steampunk technofantasy set in 1850s samurai-era Japan. In Japan of 1852, the peace imposed by the Tokugawa Shoguns has lasted 250 years. Peace has turned to stagnation, however, as the commoners grow impoverished and their lords restless. Swords rust. Martial values decay. Foreign barbarians circle the island nation’s closed borders like vultures, growing ever more demanding. ... more
  • Broken Mirror

    by Cody Sisco
    Someone killed Granfa Jefferson. Victor is sure of it. But he’s the only one. Diagnosed with mirror resonance syndrome and shunned by Semiautonomous California society, Victor suffers from “blank outs,” hallucinations, and vivid nightmares. He violently overreacts to even minor confrontations. Victor’s grandfather devoted his life to researching and curing mentally ill Broken Mirrors like Victor, but now that he’s gone, Victor must walk a narrow path between sanity and reclassification—a fat... more
  • The Legend of the Dagger Prince

    by T. A. Gallant
    In the days of King Tsedecc, the seventh generation after Qccesed the Great, a kidnapping shatters young Prince Korbin’s idyllic world. In short order, everything he knows is called into question as he hears horrifying things about the world around him. In the deadly aftermath, nothing can ever be the same. A twisting tapestry of virtue and intrigue, The Legend of the Dagger Prince is much more than a coming-of-age tale or an adventure story, although it could aptly be described as both. T... more
  • Latency Paradox of Barret Trufflehard

    by Ultra Kwon

    What would Barret Trufflehard do?

    Not a great dilemma goes by without Milton Grainjar putting himself in the shoes of his childhood hero. Milton has followed in the footsteps of a patriotic icon and become of all things, an enumerator. This, as it turns out, means knocking on the doors of apathetic denizens and routinely requesting a moment of their time to conduct a survey. And the best part of the job, he's told upon hire, it offers plenty of overtime. On... more

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