A masterful, intensely suspenseful novel about a reader whose obsession with a reclusive writer goes far too farâ€”a book about the power of storytelling...
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....
"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."
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.
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.