Shadows Run Deep There is a taint in Chicago, a barely suppressed shiver of horror that touches all who make their home in the city. In this collection of three connected novellas, vampire, werewolves and mages all pursue their visions of power. Each novella tells part of the story of the hidden monsters of the Windy City. A World of Darkness® Novel Author... [click here for more]
On Enemy Ground
For weeks, the Garou, bestial werewolves who fight to save the natural world, have been fighting a losing battle against the minions of the vile Wyrm-spawn Jo'cllath'mattric.
Now, at last, it is time to take the fight to the beast.
In Tribe Novel: Silver Fangs, the warrior King Albrecht travels to Europe to rally the Garou forces but finds a cold welcome... [click here for more]
AURORA AWARD WINNER from a multi-award winning author. "Doug Smith is, quite simply, the finest short-story writer Canada has ever produced in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and he's also the most prolific. His stories are a treasure trove of riches that will touch your heart while making you think." —Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author... [click here for more]
The Festival at Glenelg is a novella set in the world of Accursed. It tells the story of Erik Nygaard, a bard who also happens to be a Dhampir. When the festival he is attending is joined by a contingent of cauldron-born in service to the Morrigan, Erik must decide if he should flee on his own or attempt to battle the banes and perhaps redeem his soul.
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In a... [click here for more]
"The true werewolf is not, as many believe, a man who may take the form of a wolf, but a wolf who takes the form of a man!"
From the frozen wilds of Scandinavia, through the dark forests of central Europe, and to the sun-sorched velts of Africa, shapeshifting demons prowl in search of flesh to rend and innocent blood to spill.
White Fell and Other Stories presents four... [click here for more]
“There are a great number of fantasy novels on the market these days that have a good, even compelling story, but they suffer from pedestrian prose. Not so The Seals of Abgal. Not only does Dietrich tell a suspenseful story that’s different from most urban fantasy, he’s an accomplished stylist. His prose flows smoothly, carrying the reader along.” ~ Amazing Stories... [click here for more]