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    Near Death – Richard Wall

    Is it possible to commit murder from beyond the grave? Sing Sing Prison, 1962. Joseph Hickey is executed for a series of gruesome murders. But what should be the end of the nightmare is only the beginning. John Henry thought that by quitting his job as prison chaplain he could start a new life, but […] More

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    The Final Girl Support Group – Grady Hendrix

    Lynnette Tarkington is a real-life final girl who survived a massacre. For more than a decade, she’s been meeting with five other final girls and their therapist in a support group for those who survived the unthinkable, working to put their lives back together. Then one woman misses a meeting, and their worst fears are […] More

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    The Albawich Nightmare – Akaash Hussain

    She embarked on a journey that she thought would catapult her career to the next level. Things did not go as planned. An unfortunate incident left her stranded in the middle of the road. It was pitch black with no help nearby, she had no choice but to walk down a dirt path that led […] More

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    Evan: And The Burning Forest – John M

    THE FIRST BOOK IN THE ZOMBIE THRILLER SERIES FOLLOWING EVAN AND THE END OF THE WORLD. A summer vacation quickly turns into a nightmare for teenager Evan, as a mysterious sickness turns more than half of the population into crazed cannibals starving for flesh. Follow Evan and his little brother Cavan through this horrifying adventure […] More

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    Moonlight Becomes You – Robert Herold

    19th Century ghost hunters investigate a series of murders in the Black community of Petersburg, Virginia, rumored to be caused by a werewolf. Danger comes from all quarters, not only the supernatural, as the KKK objects to the team’s activities. Award-winning gothic horror with teeth! (Second in the Eidola Project series–can be read on its […] More

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    Midnight Light – Michael Pace

    What is Dark and Creepy to Some, is Beautiful and Inspiring to Others This is Midnight Light, a collection of short works in that crossroads of perspective. Poetic tales of Love, Death, and Redemption paired with an artistic photo of a final resting place. We invite you to join us on our unique and interesting […] More

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    The Reflection – Thomas LJ Heaven

    To rectify the tragic loss of his eldest daughter Rebecca, Doctor Johnathan Grunge searched for solutions through his genetic studies. It was time for Doctor Grunge to unveil his years of research to the public domain. He was never aware of the full implications of his experiments. His focus was not shifted away from his […] More

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    Troubling Stirrings In Sphere Court – Christopher Besonen

    Suzannah just inherited her late grandmother’s trailer, located in a secluded park called Sphere Court. Making bonds that last forever, Suzy and her new friends unravel a timeless, horrifying secret harbored by the mysterious park manager Geneva Shaw. Suzannah is about to enter a world of darkness, that not only involves her grandma, but also […] More

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    Gristle in the Stew – Stephen Curtis

    A dark fantasy fairy tale set in the dark ages, with elements of mild horror and dark humour. They moved quietly through the forest, keeping low and hidden. They wandered naked, truly hideous in their appearance and many a forest traveller fell victim to their thirst and hunger. No-one knew where all the hideous creatures […] More

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