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  • Wetherrand

    by Jake Imanse
    Chris Edsman was an ordinary high school sophomore in a small Michigan town...until one morning when a devastating occurrence destroys life as he's always known it. Cut off from the outside world and mourning the loss of families and friends, the survivors within the school make an amazing discovery: they have become wetherrands, half-human, half-jinn, with the power to focus and utilize the ambient energy of the universe.But something is stalking Chris and his fellow wetherrands. Ferocious beas... more
  • Grand Masquerade: A Supernatural Suspense Novel

    by Stephen Perkins

    Beware the terror lurking beneath a mask of smiles...

    On an ancient ley line, deep within Vermont's dark forests, lives a mysterious and frightening secret...

    A forbidden door to a world beyond human perception.

    And three hunters are about to become the hunted!

    A high-tech executive and a US presidential candidate, who in public appear to be at odds, are covertly working together to flood a small Vermont town. The plan is to evacuate the townspeople to a federal ca... more

  • Wax Works

    by Julia Simpson-Urrutia
    The murder of Mlle Schwartz, a teacher at Château Mont Rose, destroys the reputation of the oldest finishing school for girls in Switzerland. It goes out of business. For eight years, the estate remains locked and boarded up until re-opening as an inn and wax museum. Former students receive notification. They visit. Then they disappear. When the number of missing women mounts, Interpol alerts Detective Cloquet of Lausanne Sûreté. Cloquet pressures his young deputy, Paul Junod, to shadow expect... more
  • Mothman's Vengeance

    by Marilyn Brokaw Hall
    Mothman's Vengeance offers a new perspective on an ancient Shawnee curse and an ongoing mystery. When New York Detective Richard Cooper is found brutally murdered, Point Pleasant police search diligently for clues but come up empty-handed. As Richard's only son Michael presses the police, he begins to remember childhood nightmares of a red-eyed specter. As strange happenings and disturbing phone calls mount around Michael and his young family, the mystery deepens. Safe only within the walls of h... more
  • Ghost Hunters: Bones in the Wall

    by Susan McCauley
    Twelve-year-old Alex may have lost his ability to play sports, but he gained the ability to see ghosts. Now he must figure out how to put an evil spirit to rest—or die trying. ​​​​​​​Once an athlete and popular kid, Alex is in a terrible car accident that severely injures his hip and leaves him with a rare power: he can hear and see ghosts. All Alex wants is to be normal. But when a malevolent spirit begins haunting him, Alex must accept his unwanted psychic powers and work with his best frie... more
  • The Forest (World Leapers Book 1)

    by Ben Greenfield

    Upon stepping into a dark shed in the middle of the forest, twin brothers River and Terran are transported to a remote prisoner island in the magical world of Arbore – a world crawling with strong magic, hidden snares, and rogue creatures. Using their powers to control the elements of water and earth, the boys must escape the mysterious island inhabitants and discover their way to the mainland. But if they make it off the island, what dangers await on the mainland?

    River and Terra... more

  • Mirrororrim

    by Bethany A. Beeler
    What the mysterious foster child, Angelia, dreams becomes REAL, and her latest dream plunges her and her siblings, Paul, Cesara, and Killian Brave into Mirrororrim, an alternate universe of magik, Firebirds, Dracowings, and warring kingdoms. In Mirrororrim, all the Braves are vested with powers and become swept up in the effort to save that world and its peoples from destruction and to find a way back to their home world. An epic fantasy, filled with humor, charm, peril, majesty, love, and tons ... more
  • Omicron Six

    by Endy Wright
    Two boys from the small farming town of Riding, Vermont, realize that they have unique abilities that set them apart. Cooper, who lives with good loving parents on a farm on the outskirts of town, has remarkable strength. He can also sense other peoples' thoughts. But this power is too much for him and he shuts down. He cannot even speak. Coupe is a street-wise kid with a deadbeat mother. He has been forced to survive on his own and has also been the victim of horrible sexual abuse. He ha... more
  • The Brotherhood of the Wone

    by Len Stage
    This is a story about a handyman who lived in a small town and was in just the right place when destiny came knocking on his door. Lon looked to be little more than a handyman, a bit complex as complex goes. He is smart but a little stubborn; he is compassionate but selective about who he is compassionate to. He is defiantly creative but didn't always think things all the way through before taking action. He is loyal to his friends, family, and country--sometimes to a fault. He is well liked by ... more
  • Flight of the Spark

    by Evelyn Puerto
    How far would you go to be safe... to be free…to be loved? Iskra doesn't question the rules. The rules are there to keep her safe from those who are deemed unsafe or unfair. Anyone who breaks the rules is taken, never to be heard from again. But that's the price everyone gladly pays for peace and safety. And no one wants to live like the Riskers--barbarians who reject order and justice and could kill or be killed at any moment. When a friend is taken because Iskra betrayed her, the guilt f... more
  • Prospero's Staff

    by David Ackley
    Whatever became of Prospero’s enchanted staff after he snapped it in two and buried it ‘certain fathoms in the earth’ in Shakespeare’s play The Tempest? It was only a prop in a play, after all, so why was the staff now appearing to Martin Ropers? Martin had returned to a Greek island, trying to rekindle the spark that led to his highly successful first novel written in the ‘70s, but shortly into his trip he’d discovered the ancient staff and immediately lapsed into a coma. He would soon awake... more
  • Lemnos

    by J. Simon Harris
    It is the middle of the 21st century. Ten years have passed since Philip Titus was abandoned on Lemnos, an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. An American general, he was left for dead by his own comrades at the outset of a war between China and the United States. But now it has become clear that the Americans cannot win the war without Philip Titus and a prototype weapon of his own design, a rifle that cannot miss its targets. So General Ulysses, the man who marooned him, has come bac... more
  • Gate of Torment (Hell Gates Book 1)

    by V.C. Marello
    Three souls, knowingly and unknowingly, attempt to free themselves from their own self-imposed prison. One tormented by a pact for love. One tormented by the love for her family and its obligation. One tormented by the love for himself and avoidance to take a risk in his life. Their battle to free themselves depends on whether they choose to open, keep closed, or ignore the Hell Gate. Deep below the heart of San Francisco, concealed under an old grocery store, one of the Hell Gates remained sil... more
  • Freda: Volume III in the New Eden series (Volume 3)

    by Peter Dudley
    In the aftermath of war, false friendships, failed loyalties, and new alliances make truth difficult to see clearly. The battle for Tawtrukk is over, but the madman that started it all has escaped, and now he has instructions for detonating the nuclear bomb that stood dormant in the Southshaw chapel for thirteen generations. If he can’t be stopped in time, Freda will have to find some way to lead the survivors to a new home over the mountains, into a land she’d always been taught was an uninhabi... more
  • Forsada: Volume II in the New Eden series

    by Peter Dudley
    Lupay isn’t afraid of fighting, but what can one girl do against an army? Thousands of Southshawans, whipped into a war frenzy by a fundamentalist demogague, are poised to sweep in and crush her home of Tawtrukk, and Lupay is powerless to stop it. Or is she? Driven into hiding and pursued even into the depths of the mountain, Lupay and her friens do their best to resist. But resistance won’t withstand the onslaught forever, and ultimately Lupay must choose: flee into the radioactive bar... more
  • Semper

    by Peter Dudley
    Dane, in line to become Southshaw’s thirteenth Semper, knows of the nuclear war that devastated the Earth three hundred years ago. He understands the Book of Truth and has heard his father’s sermons every Sunday since he could walk. But as his sixteenth birthday approaches, he’s faced with a choice he never expected to have to make: Should he obey his cruel, fundamentalist uncle and twelve generations of Southshaw Truth, and take his rightful place as Semper? Or should he follow his heart,... more

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