SEASON OF LIES - CROSSOVER THRILLER
UNIVERSAL FORCES - YA ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
Animals talk...if you know how to listen.
Seventeen-year-old Robin Calloway has always been special--a misfit who lives more in her own head than the real world. Even her father thinks she's crazy. So when her brother is found murdered, she's sent to a mental institution for observation. With the help of Dr. G, Robin begins to untangle memories of the killing, but is reluctant to admit the truth about herself: she can both hear and speak to animals, and this curse forces her to "sleepwalk"--or blank out--for most of her day.
Fearing both the local sheriff and the label of schizophrenic, Robin escapes the hospital and flees into the Texas Hill Country during hunting season. To survive, she must not only accept her unique senses, but use them before she's hunted down by a killer desperate to hide the truth. A must read for fans of dark and disturbing suspense and psychic fantasy.
LETHAL LORE - HORROR COLLECTION
As the daughter of an astronomer, Cassie feels like an outcast in dusty Fort Nesbitt, TX. In fact, she’s convinced she’ll spend junior year dateless until Jake moves to town. With his fiery red hair, blue eyes, and near-genius intelligence, he’s the slice of heaven she’s been searching for. But when Cassie tempts her reluctant crush into a date, she discovers shocking secrets about Jake’s home life.
Despite warnings from friends, Cassie decides to save Jake and their budding relationship by freeing him from a life he doesn’t want to live. Her plan, however, unleashes a supernova that nearly destroys their star-crossed love and dooms both their families to a violent fate. For mature readers, ages 15 and up.
Lethal Lore contains the broken remnants of folk tales, recast in blood. Four harmless legends--the jackalope, the doppelgänger, the lucky penny, the Green Children of Woolpit--become the stuff of nightmares in this collection. From campy horror to eerie gothic to nail-biting contemporary, each short story delivers a chill of a different kind.
"Simple Math" - A mathematician on the brink of suicide meets his doppelgänger, doubling his troubles.
"Killer Jack" - A naïve Cajun bags more than he bargained for during a jackalope hunt.
"Hell Cent" - Good luck for one person is bad luck for another, as The Professor soon learns.
"The Bells of Bury St. Edmunds" - A servant girl exacts revenge after her brother's death, unleashing terror on her medieval town.
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