Passion. Loss. Laughter. Fear.
Truth is a paradox, especially when magick is involved. To get beyond illusions of reality, then, a person must reach beyond what we think is possible and find what’s really there.
Set in the award-winning world of Mage: The Ascension, the 17 tales featured in this collection span from the bizarre humor of “The Theogenesis Gimmick”... [click here for more]
When Earl Derr Biggers created Chinese detective Charlie Chan, he had no idea he had created a media sensation. Novels, movies, TV series, radio programs, comic books—Charlie spawned a whole industry.
Now all 6 novels are collected in one ebook, along with 16 more novels and short stories by Biggers (many of them mysteries). In this volume are:
THE HOUSE WITHOUT A KEY THE CHINESE PARROT... [click here for more]
The late Reginald Bretnor (1911-1992) was never a prolific writer -- he wrote only a handful of books and about 100 short stories (and more than 120 short-short "Feghoots" under his Grendel Briarton pseudonym) -- over a 45-year writing career.
In addition to wars, weaponry, and science fiction, Bretnor's broad interests included cats. (And puns. Did we mention the horrible puns?) These... [click here for more]
The Second Reginald Bretnor Megapack collects 15 great science fiction, fantasy, and mystery tales -- including two complete novels! Assembled here are:
THE HAUNTING OF H.M.S. "DRYAD" FEGHOOT SHIPWRECKED THE GHOST CIVIL RIGHTS GNURRS COME FROM THE VOODVORK OUT LITTLE ANTON THE LADIES OF BEETLEGOOSE NINE COUNT VON SCHIMMELHORN AND THE TIME-PONY PAPA SCHIMMELHORN'S YANG PAPA SCHIMMELHORN... [click here for more]
The Stephen Vincent Benét MEGAPACK™ collects 22 tales (fantasy, horror, mainstream, mystery) by the acclaimed author of "John Brown’s Body" (1928), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize in 1929. Benét’s best known short stories include “The Devil and Daniel Webster” (1936) and “By the Waters of Babylon” (1937).
All three of these are... [click here for more]