Clan Novel Saga, Volume 1: The Fall of Atlanta

Stewart Wieck - 2003
    Now, the entire epic is represented in four beautiful trade-format volumes. The Clan Novel Saga reorganizes the chapters from all 13 novels (and the Clan Novel Anthology) in strict chronological order, showing the progress of the epic night by night and minute by minute.The Fall of AtlantaVolume One features a variety of prologue material and the dramatic events of June 1999. The vampires of the Sabbat move into the Camarilla city of Atlanta, and the dreaded relic called the Eye of Hazimel makes its appearance on the scene.With a Foreword by Stewart Wieck and an All-New Story by Philippe Boulle

Infected Waters: A Titanic Disaster

Alathia Paris Morgan - 2016
     Nora is the ship’s nurse, who wanted to see America by working her way across from England. It seemed like a safe and easy voyage to start over in a new place far away from her past; that is, until an infection breaks out. Prepared to deal with seasickness and minor problems, Nora is forced to make tough decisions that could kill everyone on board. Gil snuck onto the closest ship that was leaving that morning to escape the horror that was chasing him. Taking the place of the Baker’s helper, he thinks he has outrun the horror on land. When Nora asks him to help with the sick, he has no choice but to help if he doesn’t want to be locked up for the remainder of the voyage. If Nora and Gil can’t control the spread of this illness, it could kill all those on the ship faster than a submerged iceberg’s attempt to sink the Titanic. Will they be caught in the rising tide of infection that intends to leave no living being behind?

World of Darkness: Armory

Chuck Wendig - 2006
     Nothing. I mean it. It's the golden rule, my man, the golden rule. "Thou shalt SHOOT the CRAZIES in the HEART BEFORE they come bite the heart out of YOU." It's hard times, man. Hard times. Better be prepared. Hafta be Now gimme that duct tape and those tinsnips." —Larry Crenshaw, monster-hunter This book includes: • A broad and detailed listing of every weapon, vehicle or piece of equipment a character might need in the World of Darkness • Optional rules and new Merits that reflect combat styles suitable for the weapons contained within • A hardware companion to Vampire, Werewolf and Mage chronicles 216 page hardcover. For use with the World of Darkness Rulebook.

Watery Grave: A Jack Nightingale Short Story

Stephen Leather - 2018
    But does he want to help her or hurt her? Supernatural detective Jack Nightingale is called in to investigate. Stephen Leather is one of the UK's most successful thriller writers, an ebook and Sunday Times bestseller and author of the critically acclaimed Dan “Spider’ Shepherd series and the Jack Nightingale supernatural detective novels. Before becoming a novelist he was a journalist for more than ten years on newspapers such as The Times, the Daily Mirror, the Glasgow Herald, the Daily Mail and the South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. He is one of the country’s most successful ebook authors and his ebooks have topped the Amazon Kindle charts in the UK and the US. In 2011 alone he sold more than 500,000 eBooks and was voted by The Bookseller magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the UK publishing world. Born in Manchester, he began writing full time in 1992. His bestsellers have been translated into fifteen languages. He has also written for television shows such as London's Burning, The Knock and the BBC's Murder in Mind series and two of his books, The Stretch and The Bombmaker, were filmed for TV. His book The Chinaman was filmed as The Foreigner starring Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan.

Touching the Dead

Wendy Cartmell - 2019
     With the body count rising, Jo must touch the dead, to help her solve the case. But is her  first suspect, Daniel Tate, the right man? Or is she misreading the snatched visions? This is the first in a new series following Jo Wolfe, a detective who developed psychic abilities after a riding accident. The only person who knows about her gift (or curse depending upon your point of view) is her father and together they attempt to right the wrongs of the living, with the aid of the dead. Wendy Cartmell is well known for her bestselling, chilling Sgt Major Crane  crime thrillers and Crane and Anderson mysteries, which sometimes have supernatural elements.

The Kiss of Death

Malcolm Rose - 2006
    Kim and Wes are more interested in what they see at the bottom of the wishing well - money!But when they snatch the coins they also pick up something they hadn't bargained for, and as the hideous consequences of their theft catch up with them all, Seth is forced to face a terrifying truth. Has Eyam's plague-ridden past resurfaced to seek revenge?Past and present collide in this excitin thriller by acclaimed author, Malcom Rose.

Ghost Light

Clare McNally - 1982
    Bonnie Jackson, the sweetest little girl ever to hit the stage, dies in a fiery spectacle of evil in front of her adoring fans. Now, 60 years later, Bonnie has returned to the stage. But on opening night, she won't be thrilling audiences with her smile--but terrifying them with her demonic revenge. Reversion.

Zombie Survival Manual: From the dawn of time onwards

Sean T. Page - 2013
    Accompanied by illustrations, maps, diagrams and step-by-step instructions, this manual will be essential reading for those interested in protecting themselves, their families and society at large from the living dead.

Stage 3

Ken Stark - 2016
    Ordinary people were being turned into mindless predators, and it didn't take Mason long to figure out their prey of choice. He thought he'd had nothing left to lose, but now he is all that stands between a young girl and a gruesome fate, and he's sworn to protect her with his very life. They'll have to be smart, they'll have to be strong, and they'll have to be every bit as ruthless as the swarm, but even as Mason and Mackenzie battle their way from one horror to the next in a desperate flight through a world gone mad, they both know that their time is running out. The virus isn't done yet. Stage 3 is coming, and things are about to get a whole lot worse.

Clanbook: Giovanni

Justin Achilli - 1997
    Baptized in blood and treachery, this sinister clan of incestuous necromancers worms its way through the Jyhad while freigning noninvolvement. Whether gutting companies or animating corpses, the Giovanni is a power to be reckoned with.It's an Offer You Can't RefuseClanbook: Giovanni provides players and Storytellers with all the pertinent details of this clan, from its bloody history to its shadowy ultimate goals, from its connections in the Mafia to its powers over the world of the dead.

Warm Moonlight

Joseph Wurtenbaugh - 2012
    It's a thrilling story of adventure and rescue, of escape and revenge, set in New England in the early days of Prohibition. Written in the great storytelling tradition, 'Warm Moonlight' has all the intensity of a got-to-hear-how-it-ends campfire yarn, but with a decidedly adult sophistication and sensibility. The ending is unique and satisfying, but leaves the audience, like one of the characters in the story, wondering - how much of it was true? How much invented? Can such things be? Maybe it's a ghost story or . . . . maybe it isn't.

War in Heaven

Robert E. Weinberg - 1998
    The mages of both the Nine Traditions and the Technocracy are under attack by a mysterious willworker who calls himself Heylel Teomin, the Ascension Warrior. His challenge: Join me or be destroyed Only a small band of unlikely allies stands against him. If they fail, humanity is doomed.

Spooky Nook

Robert Swartwood - 2011
    Spooky Nook is a 10,000-word "prequel of sorts" to The Calling, a supernatural thriller by Robert Swartwood.

The Abandoned Orphanage

John Carter - 2015
    Now Jacob, her brother and only witness to her disappearance, Jose, a newspaper reporter and recent widower, and Anna, a woman with her own connection to the old orphanage, along with three paranormal researchers, will try to untangle the secrets and mysteries of the place they call the Home.

Dark Voyage (Tales from the Dark Past, #1)

Helen Susan Swift - 2014
    But Iain must soon leave for a research trip aboard the Lady Balgay, last of Dundee’s once-grand sealing fleet. Fueled by rum and the tales of John Pratt, the crew obsess over ancient superstitions; ones Iain casually dismisses as simple lore... until they reach the frigid Artic seas.When a string of accidents coincide with the recurring appearance of a female apparition, Iain’s beliefs are shaken. Then the ship discovers two castaways — one of them a woman — and events take a sinister turn.Inspired by historical accounts, Dark Voyage is a compelling and horrifying tale set in the icy waters of the north.