This collection of short fiction from Greg Stolze runs the gamut from the horrifying to the disgusting to the actually very funny. Crack its covers for stories about...
- A plague of nonviolent zombies
- A desperate space craft fleeing the awakened Cthulhu
- Deadly new chocolate
- Celebrities with chelicerae
- A very finicky serial killer
- The theory that Earth is another world's Hell,... [click here for more]
Customers are advised that contents of this book include themes of disease, infection, and contamination that may upset the reader.This is a collection of short stories and not a book of scenarios.
Twelve forays into dark modern terror involving the hidden secrets that can infest people's lives. In dark corners of the world, evil and secretive folk still... [click here for more]
Horror short story from a multi-award winning author.
Twelve-year-old Andy Pembleton's younger brother disappeared two years ago. The loss tore Andy's world apart. His father left. His mother withdrew into guilt, all but ignoring Andy.
But Andy is going to change all of that. He has a plan to find his brother.
“…about every parent’s... [click here for more]
Lee and his Grampa Myles share a rare and deadly secret. Most of the time, they're able to control it. But once, when Grampa was younger, it got away from him. Ever since that day, something has been eating at his insides. Now, Lee faces his own deadly moment. Will he be able to resist the temptation? A short story from our Spectres horror line. ... [click here for more]
Aurora Award Finalist story from a multi-award winning author
A Heroka story. Lilith Hoyl is a Heroka of the bird totem—a shapeshifter who hates the humans who killed her mate and hunt her kind. But when she meets a young girl awaiting a critical operation, their mutual love for birds brings joy back into both their lives.
“One expects magic with... [click here for more]