“ZoZo” is a contemporary tale of demonic possession and erotic terror. An adult horror and crime drama filled with adultery, murder and evil, “ZoZo” provides the reader a non-stopped journey into the world of demons, spirit boards and exorcisms.
It’s so much easier to hate, than it is to love. These are words that Dr. Lena Banks has learned to live by. But love was something that she could not give up on. Her family loved her too much to abandon her. Becoming a vampire was never her choice. Scorned by nature and tormented each day in Hell had turned many of her kind into psychopathic killers. Night brought her refuge from Hell. Her family’s devotion to her gave her the strength to fight her demonic instincts to kill and lust for blood from the living. Her training as a psychiatrist has helped her to find ways to control her undesired traits. She joined the FBI to become an ace troubleshooter in cases considered too dangerous for the ordinary agent.
It’s so much easier to hate than it is to love. These are words that Dr. Lena Banks has learned to live by. But, love was something she could never give up on. Her family loved her too much to abandon her. Becoming a vampire was never her choice.
The heart. A simple pump. The one constant that defines human life. Tom Boyand’s heart has stopped – he lies dead on a table. His colleagues wait to bring him back. A devoted family man and respected cardiologist, Tom is obsessed with the near-death experiences of his patients. An obsession that’s led him to this point. But something goes wrong. He’s gone for too long and sees too much of the other side. And now the other side wants him back.
Where Do You Fall in the War of Good Vs. Evil?
In the current world plagued by war and civil unrest, the divine arrival of the Son of Man restores hope to mankind. Like most others, Oniva Mering is not prepared to face judgment, or the violent threat of an ancient secret society. Left in the company of her smooth and streetwise high school friend, Oniva must bear witness to the most catastrophic turn of events humanity has ever experienced. The stage has been set. Sides are being chosen. Angels and their worst enemies prepare for The Coming. Are You Ready?
Each reader will face their own internal journey as they are enticed to look inside themselves, and realize where they stand in the battle of Good versus Evil. We are all a part of the book of life. But what if there was another book. . .The Devil’s Dairy.
A monster lurks in the storm.
In the mid 1800’s, a family takes refuge in an abandoned cabin deep in the woods as they travel south through the Canadian wilderness in search of a warmer life. Having lost their way, snowed in by a heavy storm and long out of food, a dark fever spreads among them.
The father, William, sinks to desperate measures in his effort to acquire meat and stay headstrong to his plan. The only one seeing through his madness is his superstitious daughter, Caitland. Her only possession is a book that has filled her head with tales of the supernatural powers of the forest.
Powers that seem to be growing all too real… and becoming hell bent on making sure the family doesn’t get through the storm alive.
In modern-day England, witches live alongside humans: White witches, who are good; Black witches, who are evil; and sixteen-year-old Nathan, who is both. Nathan’s father is the world’s most powerful and cruel Black witch, and his mother is dead. He is hunted from all sides. Trapped in a cage, beaten and handcuffed, Nathan must escape before his seventeenth birthday, at which point he will receive three gifts from his father and come into his own as a witch—or else he will die. But how can Nathan find his father when his every action is tracked, when there is no one safe to trust—not even family, not even the girl he loves?
In the tradition of Patrick Ness and Markus Zusak, Half Bad is a gripping tale of alienation and the indomitable will to survive, a story that will grab hold of you and not let go until the very last page.
Fifteen-year-old Courtney wants to be normal like her friends. But there’s something frighteningly different about her―and it’s not just the mysterious tattoo her conspiracy-obsessed grandfather marked her with when she was a child. The last thing Courtney wants to do is end up crazy and dead like her grandfather―but what about the tattoo? And the alien scouts who visit Courtney in her bedroom at night, claiming to have shared an alliance with her grandfather?
With her new friend Agatha’s apocalyptic visions, Courtney begins connecting the dots between the past, present, and future―of her bloodline, and the ancient history that surrounds it. So is she going mentally insane, like her family claimed her grandfather did, or is she actually a “chosen one” with ancestral connections to another world? Either way, Courtney has a mission: untangle her past, discover the truth, and stop the apocalypse before anyone from school finds out she’s missing.
Death is not the end for Jason Drake. Because of the murder he committed in life, hell awaits him. But Jason is not concerned about his own soul, he wants a chance to save his daughter, and give her back the life that was taken away too soon. A demon offers him this chance, if he plays her simple game.
What is the secret behind Redwood Manor Vineyard’s decay? Is the ghost of her murdered maiden the cause? What secrets are hidden within the mysterious turret room?
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Seventeen-year-old Lisa Jacobs is determined to solve her father’s gruesome murder. But before she can investigate in her own small town, she is forced to spend the summer with her Uncle Clayton, the owner of Grand Hallow–a massive funeral and mortuary operation the size of a small city. Her move to Grand Hallow only deepens the mystery as she begins to suspect the strange and chilling occurrences there are linked to her father’s death. With the help of her acid-tongued best friend and deadbeat brother, Lisa must unravel the secrets of Grand Hallow–before it’s too late. In the Graveyard Antemortem is a mystery/suspense novel with a healthy dash of horror.
When you are in love with the one you fear and hate the most, it leaves you no options. How can you fight her, protect her, love her, when all it would do is leave you in pieces? Amber and Chloe are pulled deeper into the Prophecy that reveals itself as the Blood Moon rises. Michael is pulled and torn into different directions. His choice is fated but is not known until Amber embraces her true destiny and is crowned Queen. Together, all four embark on a journey, joined by new allies, enemies and the past. A child is born to be the instrument of the Queen. This is the preparation for the upcoming Epic battle that has spanned a millennia.
Party-loving grad student Mercy O’Connor must choose to set down the mimosas and follow in her family’s footsteps by learning powerful magic, the only weapon that can check the diabolical warlocks of Dunwich, Massachusetts, and their scheme to summon monstrous beings to annihilate all earthly life. Mercy must confront her own skepticism, as well as a college administration scornful of her efforts, along with indifferent family and friends who think the horrors of Dunwich are only a series of folktales. Aided by a country & western-loving Zulu security guard, Mercy must dig deep to discover the confidence, then the skill, and then the courage to battle her terrifying foes and stop the earth from being dragged into another dimension.
Matt Cahill is a widower leading a quiet, solitary life–cutting wood at a lumber mill in the Pacific Northwest, watching out for his trouble-prone friend Andy, and making his first, tentative attempt at a new romance with his co-woker Rachel. But a getaway to a ski resort goes tragically wrong and he is killed in an avalanche. That should be the end of his story, but for Matt, it’s only the beginning. And now finds himself taking the first step in a horrifying odyssey across a dark world that exists within our own, where he must confront a violent, supernatural entity that spreads evil among us like a plague.
“The story races by at a brisk rate of knots, each twist and turn, and shift in time providing another revelation
The Dead Man: Face of Evil is a tight, well written, supernatural thriller [that] satisfies all on it’s own, while being a terrific opener that promises an epic tale to come. I’m excited for the next book. –Man Eating Bookworm Blog
The Dead Man Face of Evil reminds me of Stephen King and Dean Koontz.[…]a fascinating horror story that leaves you wanting more, more, more! –Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine
“I’m hopeful they continue with this character since it’s set up so well. I’ve not seen a writing tandem like this since the glory days of Richard Sapir and Warren Murphy” –Bookgasm
“Buckle up! The Dead Man: Face of Evil starts at full-speed and never lets up. This is big-ticket horror with characters you care about who are driven to the very edge. Highly recommended!” -New York Times bestseller Jonathan Maberry, author of Dead of Night
“….new series that perfectly recaptures the golden days of paperback fiction; The Dead Man series created by Lee Goldberg and William Rabkin.” ScarryMotherF….com
“I finished The Dead Man: Face of Evil last night and really enjoyed it. And admired it as a piece of work. The structure is ingenious, the large cast of characters (third person omniscient works here) are variously strong, weak, weird, funny, sad, scary and unique and the storytelling is sleek and relentless. I recommend it big time.” Warren Murphy author of The Destroyer Series
A post-apocalyptic horror novella. David Brewer is trying to keep his family alive in a world torn asunder by a Biblical apocalypse. Yet there is salvation, in the guise of a stranger who offers survivors sanctuary. All they have to do is declare their faith in God’s final – and bloody – plan.
BONDS: Half the village of Breccan lies dead – slaughtered. All that stands between Antony Cardover and his freedom is his wife, Isabella, or so he believes. In his wrath at his wife’s adultery, Antony trades his soul for the chance of vengeance. His price? An eternity as a monster – a man bearing a vampire curse. To stop him, the curse must be broken. To break the curse, Isabella and all her descendants must be destroyed. The catch? Only Antony can break the curse. With Breccan in mourning and Antony on the rampage, only one person can help. Anna Martindale, a witch shunned by the villagers, entombs Antony within a stone sarcophagus, bound by spells and buried in hallowed ground for the rest of time. Breccan breathes again. Time heals. That was four hundred years ago. Seventeenth century spells, however, are no match for twenty first century living. As Ramply Homes moves in, the secret of St Martin’s churchyard prepares to move out. As the church is desecrated, the spells that hold Antony break. Soon, Becca Martin, a descendant of Isabella, is plagued by dreams of a time and a man she cannot possibly have known. As her nightmares become real, Becca has no choice but to contact the one person who will be able to help; someone she has not spoken to in a decade – her mother. Here, Becca discovers the truth about her ancestry and is forced to face up to whom and what she is. Only a wooden box and her gift hold the key to her survival. Four hundred years ago Antony failed. He will not fail again.
BROKEN BONDS: Driven to keep a promise to a man who would rather see her dead than alive, Becca Martin is forced to delve deeper into her past and that of her ancestors to find the answers she seeks. Still raw from the death of her mother, Becca embarks on an emotional journey, bringing her closer to two very different men for two very different reasons. Frank Jakes, who saved Becca from the wrath of Antony Cardover, is now the closest thing Becca has to family. Incensed and concerned by her bloody-mindedness, Jakes introduces Ellie Lawrence, a young woman with dark secrets of her own, into Becca’s life. Ignoring Jakes’ advice, Becca takes her life into her own hands in her pursuit for a cure. She would have died if not for Ellie’s extraordinary speed and strength. Antony Cardover, now subdued and compliant, has no choice but to help Becca in her search for a way to break his curse. This quest, much to Becca’s shock, brings them closer together as well as closer to the person who has caused so much pain and anguish in so many peoples’ lives – Ebenezer Lightwoller. It is here, at the mercy of Ebenezer, that Becca has to make the biggest decision of her life; a decision that begs the question of whether some promises are just meant to be broken?
Inspired by actual events.
From 1911 to 1933, 166 patients, mostly mentally challenged girls, left the Rosewood Asylum for the Feeble Minded outside of Baltimore, Maryland under writs of habeas corpus to unknowingly become slaves for the bluebloods of Baltimore society. When it was finally discovered, only 102 girls could be accounted for—the other 64 were never located or heard from again.
When Eliza Lovelace bought a turn of the century home in Baltimore, her only wish was to bring the building that seemed to call to her, back to life. A novelist and part-time house renovator, she and her artist boyfriend, Ray, have decided to give their on again-off again relationship the loving care it deserves by moving in together, and away from New York City.
But the house on Park Avenue is filled with secrets and when strange things start happening, Eliza becomes unknowingly entangled in a malevolent past and entwined with another soul. Staring down the face of pure evil, something inside the beautiful home she’s mortgaged her life on wants her dead.
Between the world that Eliza can see and the one she can only feel, lies the truth of Park Avenue. Can the shared bond between two women separated by one hundred years be the key to saving both their souls? After all, one girl’s dream could be another’s nightmare.
Outlandish and emotional, this humorous novel centers on Sheldon Funk, a struggling actor who dies in a bus restroom only to awaken during his autopsy and attack the coroner. Fleeing into the wintry streets of Toronto, Sheldon realizes he’s now a zombie—as if he didn’t have enough on his plate already. His last audition, reading for the reality television series House Bingo, had gone disastrously wrong. His mother is in the late stages of dementia, his savings are depleted, his agent couldn’t care less, and his boyfriend is little more than a set of nice abs. All Sheldon has to his name is a house he can barely hold onto and a cat that is more pillow than mammal. Now he also has to contend with decomposition, the scent of the open grave, and an unending appetite for human flesh—and on top of it all, there’s another audition in the morning. In order to survive his death without literally falling apart, Sheldon must find a way to combine his old life with his new addiction, which would be a lot easier if he could stop eating vagrants. A hysterical take on fame, love, religion, politics, and appetite, this is the story of the “everyzombie” people long to be.