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  • The Making of Gabriel Davenport

    by Beverley Lee
    In a house built on truth something lays hidden. Beth and Stu Davenport moved to Meadowford Bridge to give their young son, Gabriel, an idyllic childhood. But one night, their dream is shattered by a hidden, ancient darkness-- and their lives are forever changed. Years later, Gabriel goes looking for answers about his mysterious past. Soon, his life begins to unravel as he discovers that the people he loves and trusts most are harboring sinister secrets of their own. As the line blurs betw... more
  • Uniting the Heavens

    by Emily English
    When a bloodied, secret message destined for the powerful Lord Tiede ends up in the hands of Aren, a young apprentice serving in the greatest library in all of Cordelacht, his life starts to unravel. A murderer is leaving grisly sacrifices all over the city in the name of Magic, Aren’s little sister starts relaying messages from the gods, and the Lady Tiede becomes a little too familiar with the bumbling apprentice. As intelligent and handsome as he is naïve, Aren has a gift for saying all the w... more
  • The Ballad of the Riegelsberg Werewolf, and other fantastic accounts

    by DC Larson
    A fun collection of retro-styled monster stories that mix humor with the thrills. Recalled in tone and structure by these G-rated tales are 1940s Universal films, 1950s serials, and early television. Literate, chilling, whimsical, and filled with vibrant imagery.
  • BILLETTE HALL

    by DL Jones
    Alex Haley's Roots meets Friday the 13th 1858, A Slave auction goes wrong leaving a group of slaves displaced and traveling alone to Billette Hall. Led by a 15 yr old slave girl, they have to survive a 4 day trek in the woods, while unknowingly hunted by an axe wielding murderer.
  • Foresight (and Other Stories)

    by Brant von Goble

    Four tales across time and distance. Always satirical and frequently dark, this collection considers the breadth of isolation and the depth of connection.

  • Danger in the Dirt (The Shivers Novellas Book 3)

    by D L Richardson
    Inspired by 'Tales from the Crypt' comics, the Shivers novellas are exactly that - stories to send shivers down your spine. Scare not splatter. Ghosts, not gore. More thrill, less kill. Suspense not slash. The Shivers Novellas are all standalone titles and can be read in any order. Volume 3: Danger in the Dirt Elijah Brooks has lost his home, his job, his girlfriend, and now he's about to lose his truck. Desperate to get his luck back on track, he thinks he's found the answer. His grandfat... more
  • Evil in the Embers (The Shivers Novellas Book 2)

    by D L Richardson
    Inspired by 'Tales from the Crypt' comics the Shivers novellas are exactly that - stories to send shivers down your spine. Scare not splatter. Ghosts, not gore. More thrill, less kill. Suspense not slash. The Shivers Novellas are all standalone titles and can be read in any order. Volume 2: Evil in the Embers Jenny Abercrombie returns to Horseshoe Bay after a fifteen year absence to recreate photos from her summers growing up there and to get over a bad breakup. There she meets her summer ... more
  • Poison in the Pond (The Shivers Novellas Book 1)

    by D L Richardson
    Inspired by 'Tales from the Crypt' comics the Shivers novellas are exactly that - stories to send shivers down your spine. Scare not splatter. Ghosts, not gore. More thrill, less kill. Suspense not slash. The Shivers Novellas are all standalone titles and can be read in any order. Volume 1: Poison in the Pond In this supernatural psychological thriller, Karen Malcolm escapes with her life after a week of being held hostage in her own home by a mad man named Cain. He gets life behind bars a... more
  • Welcome to the Apocalypse - Primal Scream (Book 3)

    by D L Richardson
    The Event that caused the virtual game to malfunction has plunged the world into icy darkness. Technology is gone, food is scarce and while many survivors have settled into evacuation centers, many more have not. Then there is a group of people who hold the secret to humanity’s survival. The Nexis, except they're not quite human. From the very beginning, the player’s goal was to get home. Along the way, they will have choices to make, secrets to expose or keep, sides to choose, and some will for... more
  • Welcome to the Apocalypse - CyberNexis (Book 2)

    by D L Richardson
    Getting out of the failed virtual game of apocalypses used to be all that mattered. Now the players are far from home, the world is in ruins from a disaster known as The Event, and the game doesn't seem so bad anymore. Not yet fully recovered from cyber sickness and muscle dystrophy, they’re evacuated out of their recovery center to find their families - if they’re still alive. But there’s a whole set of new rules and new alliances to forge. And there’s a new breed of people who want to take ove... more
  • Einstein's Compass: A YA Time Traveler Adventure

    by Grace Blair
    How did Albert Einstein come up with his wondrous theories of light and time? In Einstein's Compass: A YA Time Traveler Adventure, a young Albert is given a supernatural compass that allows him to travel through time and space, and find wisdom in other dimensions, including the lost city of Atlantis. But evil forces seek the power of the compass, including a monstrous, shape-shifting dragon from a different age. Can the compass protect Albert from such villainy?
  • Chasing Graves (The Chasing Graves Trilogy Book 1)

    by Ben Galley
    Meet Caltro Basalt. He’s a master locksmith, a selfish bastard, and as of his first night in Araxes, stone cold dead. They call it the City of Countless Souls, the colossal jewel of the Arctian Empire, and all it takes to rule it is to own more ghosts than any other. For in Araxes, the dead do not rest in peace in the afterlife, but live on as slaves for the rich. While Caltro struggles to survive, those around him strive for the emperor’s throne in Araxes’ cutthroat game of power. The dea... more
  • Attack of the Killer Earthlings

    by Christine Hayes
    15-year-old Shaun Ramsay cleans her uncle’s movie theater in the middle of the night. She’s no fan of scrubbing bathrooms or working hideous hours, but she can cope. Motivating her best friend and co-worker Spence is tricky, but still under control. An imp movie buff named Jim, however, was not on her agenda. When Jim and his clan decide to make a movie of their own inside the theater—with Shaun and Spence in starring roles—life gets complicated. Especially since imps are known for turni... more
  • Ikon

    by Ravin Tija Maurice
  • Rebirth

    by Ravin Tija Maurice

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