Cover of Twisted Souls

Twisted Souls by Jon Pew

Published 21 July 2013


Cover of How the White Trash Zombie Got Her Groove Back

Horror meets humorous urban fantasy in fourth book in the White Trash Zombie series • Winner of the 2012 Best Urban Fantasy Protagonist by the RT Awards Our favorite zombie Angel Crawford has come a long way from her days as a pain-pill-addicted high school dropout with a felony record. After a year highlighted by murder, kidnapping, and the loss of her home, all she wants to do is kick back, relax, and maybe even think about college. But when key members of the “Zombie Mafia” go missing, she...

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Three Days Gone by William D Carl

Published 27 October 2017


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Signal to Noise by Gordon Bonnet

Published 20 April 2017


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Semiautomagic by Harjit Keanu Singh

Published 28 March 2019


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Miranda and the Prince by Wendy Stone

Published 23 June 2008


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The Crescent Stone by Grace McNally

Published 8 July 2010


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Mated werewolves Charles Cornick and Anna Latham must discover what could make an entire community disappear--before it's too late--in this thrilling entry in the #1 New York Times bestselling Alpha and Omega series. In the wilds of the Northern California mountains, all the inhabitants of a small town have gone missing. It's as if the people picked up and left everything they owned behind. Fearing something supernatural might be going on, the FBI taps a source they've consulted in the past: th...

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Atom by Steve Aylett

Published 26 September 2000


The new Beerlight novel features the hunt for a missing brain, a plot that only a writer as benevolently unhinged as Steve Aylett could turn into an entertainment. Beerlight is nightmare city of the future (albeit a future that may be only a week away) where violence is the new art form and artists are the only people with regular jobs. In a cartoon landscape, larger-than-life characters act out plots that would be rejected by Hollywood for being too over the top, yet which still carry a serious...

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Wicked Witches by Kate S Stark

Published 13 April 2020


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A Note Of Magic by Michael Kingswood

Published 13 April 2019


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30 Silver by Daniel Huber and Jennifer Selzer

Published 8 October 2014


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Piper is feeling a bit overwhelmed. With Seiya and Lyre missing, Ash recovering from near fatal injuries, and the Gaians picking fights with daemons all over the city, a girl can’t help but think she might be in over her head. And this time, she’s on her own. Before she even has a chance to investigate the Gaians’ new stockpile of mysterious, high-tech weaponry, an old enemy ambushes her: Samael’s henchman Raum. He wants Ash’s help and won’t take “get lost” for an answer. She doesn’t know if sh...

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Mr. Magick by Nia Venus

Published 9 June 2020


Cover of Uncle Brucker the Rat Killer

Sixteen-year-old Walt thinks he's left his problems behind him when he runs away from a broken home to live with his eccentric uncle. The simple, semi-rural, semi-anti-social lifestyle seems at first to be exactly what Walt wants, but he soon learns his new life isn't just about ditching school and drinking beer with his friends. Uncle Brucker is a Rat Killer; a tireless rat tracker, an expert in rat lore, a speaker of the rat language, and a decorated veteran of two bloody uprisings. His uncle...

Cover of Bloodstones


Published 31 October 2012