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  • Memoirs of the Mausoleum: Gallows Humor

    by K. L. Somniate
    To some, the idea of committing horrendous acts of violence and cruelty against another human being is repulsive. To others, it is a regrettable occurrence, a last resort but always an option. And for a select few, it’s a hobby. Locations where a horrifying crime or crimes have occurred are known as “haunted” places. They are relatively harmless, miserable, but lacking any real danger. Ghosts can’t hurt you, after all. The same cannot be said for a Revenant. When a person dies in a haunted place... more
  • The Human Cure/1937546365/ B005ZMQOLM

    by Tracy Auerbach
    Kate Plesser is leading a dead-end life as an office assistant with a penchant for bad relationships. She is lost. When Kate is kidnapped by Hunter, a gorgeous stranger, she assumes he is just some sick psychopath. She never suspects he is actually a vampire, and that she is about to be plunged into a world stranger than her wildest dreams. In the underground city where Hunter lives, she encounters his otherworldly cousin Chase, who holds the key to her freedom. She is thrust into a village wher... more
  • An Unknown Shore

    by Jim Yeazel
    Burden, Minnesota, 1951 . . . an unearthly cry shatters the late night and leaves in its echo a savagely mutilated body in the deep woods. Suspecting a rogue grizzly, police chief Alvin Beane enlists the aid of his best friend and a wily old hunter. But there are complications, including the unexpected appearance of Beane's ex-lover. As one grisly killing follows another, Beane and his unlikely team struggle to end the bloodshed, unlocking a terrible secret from the darkest mists of antiqu... more
  • Beauty of The Beast

    by Viktoria Faust
    Viktoria, a young and not particularly talented painter, comes across war vampires in the middle of war torn Croatia in 1992. She becomes obsessed with them. But socializing with vampires is dangerous. One of them attacks her and infects her with what she believes is AIDS. To save herself she leaves with Damian, the oldest of the vampires, on an adventure that will prolong her life forever ... or end it.
  • Fate of the Immortals: Book I

    by G.C. Saenz
    To the public, they were a myth but to those who waited in the shadows, they were a dream just out of reach. Until a young Alexander and Lerona enter the school system igniting those, who wait in the shadows desire once more, unbeknownst to the young Immortals. They grow up in search for their origins, unaware of the upcoming inevitable war.
  • The Converts: Battle of New York

    by Raj
    ZOMBIES - Check Mystery - Check Surprises - Check Fast-paced action - Check It is not a book but a 200-Plus pages of a roller-coaster ride. Year 2035 People start disappearing mysteriously in all major cities of the world and without any trace. Few days later, they start appearing back equally mysteriously but are not the same anymore. They have converted ........ into ZOMBIES ..... cannibalistic monsters, frenzied, with heightened physical abilities but reduced mental capacitie... more
  • Black Wings

    by Iryna K Combs
    A new time. A new planet. A new world. New technologies. Two new humanoid species. A new war. The two species separate, but in the removal, some of the best are left behind among the worst. Captured and held as slaves, they are treated cruelly for entertainment. Torture. Pain. Annabel, endures a year of such cruelty, kept alive only by way of syringes which, while healing, cause a greater agony. She discovers a secret held by their leader, and decides to help her own kind by escaping–eve... more
  • The Vivisection Mambo 125 Poems of the New Neo-Realist School

    by Sharon Worth
    The 125 poems in this collection share a common touch: a refreshing humanity which some now call "the new Noe-Realism." These are poems hot-wired with a fresh vocabulary and often bizarre images, frequently paired with a merry wit. And the narrative verse offered here, despite its apparent simplicity, often manages to hide distant truths.
  • The Island

    by S. Usher Evans
    Prince Galian is third in line to the throne, but prefers his place as a resident at the Royal Kylaen Hospital. When his father urges him to join the military to help reclaim their colony, Galian is forced to put aside his oath to Do No Harm and fight a war he does not believe in. Across the great Madion Sea, Captain Theo Kallistrate dreams of a day when she is no longer bound by conscription to fight for her country's independence. But when the Kylaens threaten, honor and duty call her to th... more
  • Wind Chill

    by Patrick Rutigliano
    What if you were held captive by your own family? Emma Rawlins has spent the last year a prisoner. The months following her mother's death dragged her father into a paranoid spiral of conspiracy theories and doomsday premonitions. Emma finds herself drugged and dragged to a secluded cabin, the last refuge from a society supposedly due to collapse. Their cabin a snowbound fortress, her every move controlled, but even that isn't enough to weather the end of the world. There is no choice but ... more
  • The Slow Kill

    by Nancy Smith
    Nancy Smith, assumes in her novel The Slow Kill that the drought that began in her hometown of Austin, Texas in 2011 does not end. Increasing surface temperatures on earth result in weather patterns where some regions are mired in floods from constant storms and others, like Austin, are stripped sterile by unending drought. For years, the struggle has been to survive disease and starvation, but as the story opens there is reason for hope. The characters in this father/son story must decide if ... more
  • The Adversary's Good News

    by Israfel Sivad
    A divine comedy – inverted. Christian Michael Anderson hasn’t been doing so well lately. He’s out of work, out of money, and out of alcohol. But when he loops a stolen rope through the exposed rafters in his ceiling and places that noose around his neck, his adventure has only begun… Encountering joke-telling gargoyles, the “Great Beast” imprisoned in a cage, a drug-dealing Tinkerbell, and much more, Christian eventually realizes he’s entered a psychologically haunted world far beyond anyt... more
  • Grand Master's Mate: Book 3 in the Grand Master's Trilogy

    by Aurora Springer
    Young empath, Violet Hunter, and her crafty Grand Master, Athanor Griffin, tackle the villains threatening civilization. Their worst enemy, the Red Queen, rampages across the galaxy evading capture, while blocked portals restrict normal commerce among planets. Compounding their problems, half the Grand Masters on the Council fear Violet is the agent of their doom as her father foretold, and vow to eliminate her. To restore peace, Violet and Athanor embark on a hazardous quest for a weapon hi... more
  • Theo and the Forbidden Language (The Book of Theo Series Volume 1)

    by Melanie Ansley

    Nominated for Best Novel 2016 by Underground Book Reviews, Theo and the Forbidden Language is the story of a rabbit with the secret ability to read and write. When the human empire threatens to rob every living creature of their ability to speak, he must team with an axe wielding bear to save animal kind. An action adventure for fans of Redwall and Lord of the Rings.

  • Agent of the Crown

    by Melissa McShane
    Telaine North Hunter is a princess. She's also a spy. Accustomed to investigating the rich and titled, she's unprepared for her uncle the king to send her to pretend to be a commoner to find out the secret one of his barons is hiding. At first out of her depth, Telaine soon finds friendship and even love in the tiny frontier town of Longbourne. As the days pass, and Telaine discovers the truth about the baron's secret, she must also decide whether she truly is the princess, the commoner, or an a... more

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