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Journal of the Undead: New York Outbreak – S.G. Lee

Struggling actress and full-time waitress, Cassandra Taylor, is having one of the worst days of her life. Rude customers, a cheating boyfriend, and a botched audition are just the tip of the iceberg. Contrary to what the media reports, their so-called flu epidemic is actually a viral plague turning humans into flesh-eating monsters.

29 Argyle Drive – David Turri

This is the story of an old house in the picture-postcard city of Christchurch, New Zealand. It chronicles events that happened at the house in the spring and again in the summer of 2010, events which drew the world’s media like flies to honey. They called it "The Hell House."


The Black Pathway – Mark C Sutton

The Black Pathway Trail is a thirty mile walk that starts in the dying coastal town of Coldsleet, and which crosses moorland, cuts through forest, and scales two mountain peaks. A hike along the Black Pathway can be highly dangerous at the best of times, but when a young, sadistic serial killer begins to prowl the trail, then that walk becomes absolutely deadly....

Killing the Dead – Richard Murray

"This zombie, this pathetic shell of a human being who would have been nothing more than a victim to me just days ago, scared me. Me! I was the one who scared others. I was the one who brought fear and death."


Sparkles and Blood and Other Stories – Alex McGilvery

This is a collection of four creepy tales. It is horror without the gore. From a vampire who shows up on a movie set filming sparkly vampires, to carnivorous frogs, from a post-apocalyptic Beowulf to a girl at a Christian Academy who discovers she's a witch, these novellas will provide easy to read fun and a few chills.