Category: Horror

Fantasy
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Vagabond By Mary A.J.

All hope abandon ye who read this book.

After ruling Hell for centuries, Satan’s daughter, Cecilia Harrow, escapes the confines of the underworld in search of safety and a normal life. She finds anything but when she enrolls in Cornelia High School, only to discover a hunt for an ancient artifact, a charming demon, and an enigmatic human.

When her new human life is threatened, she will discover how far she’ll go to save the person she loves, and keep her freedom. Loyalties, blood, and faith will be tested. Cecilia must make a choice: preserve her humanity or unleash the merciless Princess of Hell.

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Horror
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Just One More Thing

This book i a collection of short stories about ordinary people and the cost of ‘just one more thing’. How do people cope when their secrets are revealed or their boss becomes someone they despise? Dom Haslam has imagined eleven stories that tell a concise and clear story where often, a person is pushed over the edge by just one more thing. The stories are so realistic and use real-life news stories as a background.

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Crime/Mystery
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Secrets of Windwood – Jack Reese

Simon Lord has it all—the beautiful fiancé, the loving family, the sprawling mansion, and the famous last name. Little does he know that what is supposed to be the happiest day of his life will become his last. The little town of Solomon’s Wake has managed to keeps its secrets hidden for nearly a century, but no darkness can lie dormant forever. It only takes one fateful night, one storm, one wedding for a vampire to rise, a werewolf to escape, and a witch’s age-old curse to rise again

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Crime/Mystery
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Return To Harlech – Ruth Torjussen

When Tess arranges a weekend love trip back to husband Steve’s hometown, her secret plan to make a baby is not the only trap he is walking into…

Tess and Steve are a dysfunctional couple in a rocky marriage. Despite this, Tess yearns for a baby more than a divorce and plans a secret conception during a trip to her husband’s hometown of Harlech. But when they get there, Steve is anything but horny. Instead, he begins to remember his supposed halcyon days of childhood with horrible clarity. He wasn’t the popular sports hero he thought he was. Now it seems his friends don’t want to know, and he has no memory of the enthusiastic locals who greet him.

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