It has been 28 years, 14 weeks and 9 days since a virus turned more than half of the world's human population into zombies. More than 95 percent of the population died within 6 months of the initial infection. Those who survived holed up wherever they could find safety.
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.
Blythe McAlister is an art consultant. She's ambitious, beautiful, rich and successful. She can close a sale in a New York minute, set up a showing of an obscure artistâ€™s lifeâ€™s works in her spare time, and she always dresses to impress.
USA Today Bestseller - With the dead of a bitter Vermont winter closing in, evil is alive and well . . .
A post-apocalyptic/dystopian thriller. Violent. Disturbing. Reader advisory. -- Chrisâ€™s life of luxury is gone, devastated by the collapse of the European economy. Huddled in a small room with his petrified ten-year-old son, Chris made the decision to stay in his lavish and once cherished home. Gas, water, and electricity are all cut off; his wife and daughter have gone, and food is running out.
2015 Summer Book Awards Winner: Written by a U.S. Army Soldier. Cale was sent to Iraq with the usual thoughts any Soldier going to war might have -- but he wasn't expecting zombies.
Welcome, children of the night, to Bram Stoker's world of vampires, haunts, and shadows. Here you will find the immortal story of Dracula, Bram Stoker's best-known work, its companion work "Dracula's Guest" (featuring the original opening chapters of Dracula), as well as several of his other tales of supernatural horror, gothic romance, and mystery.
New from Anne Rice, whose 1976 novel "Interview with the Vampire" reinvigorated an entire genre--a chillingly hypnotic mystery-thriller that deepens her vampire mythology