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Elizabeth Donald Abaddon The sequel to A More Perfect Union, Donald presents a tale of betrayal, intrigue, and horror. Ryan and Samatha's pain of loss drives them on as they discover a terrible truth beneath Memphis' streets. They knew tracking arsonists and murderers would be dangerous, but they never counted on what they found. 
D. A. Adams Brotherhood of Dwarves Follows the dwarf Roskin as he learns more about his people and thier interaction with the world around them. The first of a trilogy, it is fast paced as the reader travels, fights, and seeks with Roskin. His goal - to restore the fabled Brotherhood of Dwarves to his kingdom! The catch? The only one who can get him to it is a man responsible for the near genocide of dwarven allies. 
Stephanie Osborn Burnout Ever wanted to read a novel by an acutal NASA rocket scientist? Here is your chance! Osborn's novel covers the suspicious circumstances surrounding the crash landing of a space shuttle. Follow the protagonist, Crash, as he uncovers some deadly secrets. 
Elizabeth Donald Cold Ones, The Not your atypical zombie story, in fact the monsters are not really zombies. Oh yes, shoot them in the head to put them down, but their origin is much more frightening. Join Harvey as her team deals with the Cold Ones. 
P. S. Gifford Curious Accounts of an Imaginary Friend, The A wonderful collection of horror shorts presented as the recallings of an Imaginary Friend. Ranging from murder to haunted areas, the Imaginary Friend retells delightfully chilling tales to make you shudder. 
Debra Parmley Desperate Journey, A It is the time of the Old West. Follow Sally Wheeler from Kansas to Texas, as she tracks her erstwhile husband who abandoned her and took their son. Joined by the intense Rob Truman, Sally learns the unsavory truth about the man she married. To compound matters, Sally and Rob find their mutual attraction growing and given thier pasts they are not too keen to love, or trust, anytime soon. 
P. S. Gifford Further Curious Accounts of an Imaginary Friend, The The Imaginary Friend returns to share more wonderful stories of horror. This time he includes chilling tales of cannibalism and even introduces Inspector Heath. Perhaps, in the next installation, the Imaginary Friend will follow the Heath closely to provide countless more recountings of charming monstrosities. 
JoSelle Vanderhooft Handless Maiden and other Tales Twice Told, The Bram Stoker Award-nominated poet Vanderhooft's collection of 28 uniquely written poems give a different spin on well-known nursery tales. Who knew that Red Riding Hood could hunt the Hungry Wolf? Or that Rapunzel was a willing prisoner in the witch's tower? Read a different perspective on childhood nursery rhymes. 
Tyree Campbell  Nice Girl Like You, A Mr. Campbell presents seven science-fiction tales centered around young women. A detective, a couple from a long lost colony, the last woman on Earth, an outcast teenager, a reclusive archaeologist, and a soft-hearted assassin all offer stories of perseverence, temptation, and heart-ache. You will never believe what the common thread is, but you have to read it to find out. 
Elizabeth Donald Nocturne A combination novel of Noctural Urges and A More Perfect Union, Donald portrays an alternate universe where vampires are real - persecuted because they are something beyond race and gender. They are something both desired and feared. An interesting new look at Memphis, Tennessee. 
David C. Kopaska Nursery Rhyme Noir "The touble actually started when Little Miss Muffet was busted for gambling" is one of the many hilarious quotes from the Noir. Follow Detective Hasp Deadbolt as he investigates why Humpty Dumpty fell, what really happened to the three blind mice, and where the lost sheep were hanging out when Miss Bo Peep lost them. All tongue-in-cheek, and packed with bad puns, this is a unusual read for those who are brave enough to try! 
D. A. Adams Red Sky at Dawn In the sequel to Brotherhood of Dwarves, watch as the infamous mass murderer does his best to redeem himself. Much more gritty than the first, the reader rejoins Roskin's quest to find an historic dwarven artifact. Yet delayed by enslavement, little does Roskin know his home is in the middle of a civil war. 
Robert J. Krog Stone Maiden and Other Tales, The Mr. Krog's first publication of seven tales. Stories of love, jealousy, discovery, and survival - they weave unique yarns to enjoy. From the hope of saving a love from slavery to a young orphan becoming the ultimate soldier, join Krogg as he recounts thier adventures. 
Nick Valentino Thomas Riley Steam-punk writer Valentino presents weapons maker Thomas Riley and his fiesty apprentice, Cynthia, as they literally dodge death repeatedly trying to find a way to undo a procedure that left Cynthia in a strange situation. From the moment they are conscripted to leave thier lab, they evade capture and (more importantly) dying on numerous occassions - all to attain their goal of fixing Cynthia! 
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