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  • Where the Children Play

    by Robert B. Warren
    Alexander “Lex” Morgan has just moved to Red Grove, Alabama. At first glance, his new home appears to be the ideal Southern town. He soon discovers it's anything but. Supernatural forces have been terrorizing the locals for decades—and now they've set their sights on him. In order to survive, Lex must gather his courage and face a horror beyond his worst nightmare.
  • Black Gate Tales

    by Paul Draper
    A collection of 14 dark fantasy short stories, flavoured with folk horror and the supernatural
  • THE STEWARD (series)

    by M. D. Ironz
    THE STEWARD is an epic contemporary tale in which folklore and fantasy enmesh with physics and forensics. The expanded box set includes Volumes 1 through 4 of the series (Domaine Delafaire, Realms of Possibility, Alas The Best Laid Plans, and Storm Haven). Ellen Doyle must accept two facts. Firstly, she is named heir to the Stewardship of the hidden Grand Portal to the Multiverse, which unfortunately doesn't come with instructions. Secondly, and perhaps more unsettling, many of the creatur... more
  • Maverick Gambit

    by Marjorie King
    An impoverished town plundered by space pirates. A captain who decides to protect the town with shields. A crew that plans to steal those shields from the Goliath of space shipping. A plan that blows up in their face.
  • The Cool Thing: A Dark Comedy. Or Not.

    by Robert Rife
    R.L. mistakenly buys a device taken from a long-ago crashed spaceship. When activated, it nullifies distance, allowing immediate access to the human staffed lab built above the wreck. A lab operated ruthlessly by Dr. Lillith Gaust, who has a terrifying history of failed species-splicing experiments. Not all her failures die; called Lab Spills, they’re abandoned in the toxic Waydowns. Occasionally one escapes, vastly invigorating the staff. Especially those who get eaten. ... more
  • Locator

    by William Girdwood
    In the far distant future, after segregating into groups decided by race, religion, color, creed, or nationality, mankind has dispersed throughout the spiral arms of the galaxy. The only remaining humans left on Earth are the aboriginal peoples of Australia, some of the American Indian tribes, the Zulus of Africa, and the Creators. The Earth, now more aptly called Oceanus, has become a virtual paradise except for one major problem. The seemingly immortal Creators are slowly dying! After discover... more
  • Bloodstained Bliss

    by Elle Limpkin
    Three centuries after the violence genes have been removed from the entire world population, a series of murders shake the blissful island of Roseside Reef and the entire planet. New dead bodies are discovered despite around-the-clock video surveillance, but is there anyone who can stop the killer? With no police, no detectives, and no forensics team, Zeno Pruitt, former military Commander and unenthusiastic Governor, jumps at the opportunity to lead the team that aims to solve the mystery. T... more
  • Eternal Lifeline

    by Jackson Utz
    Humanity has reached the end of its rope. A village nestled within a seemingly infinite forest is its very last hub. Not only that, any trace of modern technology that was once dominating the world has been washed away and completely forgotten. While the remaining humans are trying to survive and build a better life for themselves, there is an invisible problem that they are dealing with. The Crimson Lords, beings of incredible magical power, are actively hunting down the rest of humanity, tr... more
  • Stranded (The Shorten Chronicles Book 1)

    by Rosalind Tate
    Bridget Jones meets Downton Abbey in this acclaimed time-travel debut novel! Sophie Arundel is stuck in a grand house in 1925 England with her dog, Charlotte. Oh, and fellow student Hugo, annoying and charming in equal measure. But the only way back to the twenty-first century is through a hidden portal — and Sophie must work with Hugo to unlock its secrets…
  • Dragon Mage

    by ML Spencer
    Aram Raythe has the power to challenge the gods. He just doesn't know it yet. Aram thinks he’s nothing but a misfit from a small fishing village in a dark corner of the world. As far as Aram knows, he has nothing, with hardly a possession to his name other than a desire to make friends and be accepted by those around him, which is something he’s never known. But Aram is more. Much, much more. Unknown to him, Aram bears within him a gift so old and rare that many people would kill him fo... more
  • Shield & Shade

    by Misty Hayes

    For fans of STORM AND FURY and MORTAL INSTRUMENTS.

    It's been over ten years since fifteen-year-old Zoey Taylor wandered away from her family home in the middle of the night. Or so she's been told, repeatedly, by her mother—but the only thing Zoey knows for sure is that when her oldest brother, Corinth, found her in the woods, safe and unharmed, she returned with a crippling fear of the dark and no other memories from those lost days&m... more

  • The Good Ship

    by Jeremy M. Wright
    Thirteen-year-old Annabelle Cross can't explain where the island came from. She does know it’s the only haven after her boat is destroyed. Imprisoned children show her how to overcome the island's unusual trials and the sinister creatures determined at capturing them. There's a project buried deep in the island, and it's the only hope to set them free. But when a spy reveals their secret, the moment arrives to escape, only to face the island's controlling force, a wickedness as old as time.
  • The Callers

    by K. S. Tyree
    Drought has ruined the land, fields are dry and barren, and Prince Rillon knows he can save the world. The problem, as he has discovered in his secret research, is that the Callers are asleep on the job. Whatever these mysterious beings are, the prince is confident that they will restore the weather to normalcy if only they are awakened. And to awaken them, all he has to do is touch the unicorn’s horn. As soon as he can find the unicorn, that is. Enter Sky, the forest nim who has all the answ... more
  • Shadow of Wolves

    by J.R. White
    A tortured gunfighter. A Navajo outcast. – And the Creature whose claws would stain the stones of the Mojave red. Flush with raw silver and ruled by a baron with an iron fist, the tiny mining outpost of Shank’s Point is under siege by a sinister evil. When the rising sun reveals the claw-torn bodies littered among the rocks, John Swift-Runner calls on his old friend, a vagabond gunfighter, to stand with him against the slaughter he knows will come. But as their band of misfits hunts for... more
  • Ten Years of Darkness

    by Kristen Chambers

    Laurence, by his own admission, was a failure. An aspiring magician by trade, he spent his days attempting to recreate something he knew in his heart must exist, but for some reason did not. He was miserable, and he knew he would never amount to anything. In that regard, he and Kristen had something in common, even though they had never met - at least, not to their knowledge. Little did they know, their fates had been entwined long ago... 

    The sudden appearance of a dangerous stran... more

  • Fault

    by Debra Rose
    We became so dependent on it, so taken by it that it became ingrained in us like the oxygen we breathe. Technology. The basis of our jobs, our entertainment, our communication, our entire way of life… Gone. It’s the buzzing in my head that disturbs me the most. It comes as a warning right before they do. The little black spiders that are eating our world.

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