Download Love’s Landscapes Anthologies by Various Authors (.ePUB)

Love’s Landscapes Anthologies by Various Authors (Volumes 1~17) (Don’t Read in the Closet 2014)
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Overview: The stories you are about to read celebrate love, sex and romance between men. They are a product of the M/M Romance Group’s "Love’s Landscapes promotion sponsored by the Goodreads M/M Romance Group, and each anthology is published as a gift to you.

What Is Love’s Landscapes?

The Goodreads M/M Romance Group invited members to choose a photo and pen a letter asking for a short M/M romance story inspired by the image; authors from the group were then encouraged to select a letter and write an original tale. The result was an outpouring of creativity that shone a spotlight on the special bond between M/M romance writers and the people who love what they produce.

210 stories were submitted and have now been published as a seventeen volume set with five additional bonus volumes, titled Love’s Landscapes.
Genre: Anthology Romance MM


Stories in Volume 1
500 KISSES TO STEAL A HEART by Anyta Sunday
ACCIDENTAL KARMA by Katies Crewman
ADAM’S FLIGHT by Penny Wilder
AFTER THE RIDE by Sion O’Tierney
AGILE MOVES by J.C. Shelby
ALL I EVER WANTED by Lauren Lewis
ALL OR NOTHING by C.J. Anthony
THE ARROYO by M. Caspian

Stories in Volume 2
ASHES OF LIFE by Andrew Q Gordon
ASSASSIN’S LOVE by Sammy Goode
AWAKENINGS by Jayson James
BECAUSE OF YOU by Penny Brandon
BEFORE YOU GO by Vicktor Alexander
BETTER THAN NEW by Charley Descoteaux
BILLIE JEAN by Al Stewart & Claire Davis
BIRD MEETS CAGE by Anyta Sunday
BLOOD IN THE WATER by Tami Veldura

Stories in Volume 3
BONDED by Sara York
THE BOOK & THE ROSE by Douglas Glen
BOUND by Amelia Bishop
BROKEN PHOENIX by Edmond Manning
BROMANCE TO ROMANCE by Elizabeth Daniels
BUDDING LOVE by Adara O’Hare
BUSTED by Sofia Grey

Stories in Bonus Volume 4
GOING HOME by Kris Ripper
JAGGED ROCK by Willow Scarlett

Stories in Bonus Volume 5
ON EDGE by T.C. Blue

and so on all through to Volume 17

Stories in Volume 17
WINDOW by Ali MacLagan
WOUNDED BEACON by Leslie Lee Sanders
WOVEN by Lor Rose
WRECKING BALL by Elin Austen
YARULF’S DUTY by Vicktor Alexander

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Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense November 2016 Vol 2 (Box Set 2 of 2: Shielding His Christmas WitnessHigh Speed HolidaySilent Night Shadows by Laura Scott, Katy Lee, Sarah Varland)
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Overview: Love Inspired Suspense brings you three new titles at a great value, available now! Enjoy these suspenseful romances of danger and faith.
Genre: Romance


SHIELDING HIS CHRISTMAS WITNESS: Callahan Confidential by Laura Scott
After his safe house is breached, FBI agent Marc Callahan makes it his personal mission to protect Kari Danville, the pregnant key witness to a bank robbery. And he’ll risk everything–even his heart–to keep her alive.

HIGH SPEED HOLIDAY: Roads to Danger by Katy Lee
When Ian Stone learns he was kidnapped as a child and finds his way back to his wealthy family, somebody is dead set that he won’t get his portion of the inheritance. Now only police chief Sylvie Laurent stands between him and a killer.


After drug runners discover that hobby painter Claire Phillips unknowingly witnessed their smuggling ring and captured it on canvas, relying on undercover agent Nate Torres is her only hope of survival.

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Download Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense November 2016 Vol 1 (.ePUB)

Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense November 2016 Vol 1 (Box Set 1 of 2: The Christmas TargetAbductedUnraveling the Past by Shirlee McCoy, Dana Mentink, Elisabeth Rees)
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Overview: Love Inspired Suspense brings you three new titles at a great value, available now! Enjoy these suspenseful romances of danger and faith.
Genre: Romance


THE CHRISTMAS TARGET: Mission: Rescue by Shirlee McCoy
When former navy nurse Stella Silverstone returns to her hometown to care for her grandmother, someone wants her out of the way–preferably dead. But Chance Miller, owner of the security and rescue agency where she works, will put his own life on the line to guard her.

ABDUCTED: Pacific Coast Private Eyes by Dana Mentink
Abducted and trapped on a private island, Sarah Gallagher and her ex-boyfriend Dominic Jett are caught in a battle between two ruthless men searching for a priceless painting. Can the pair find the missing treasure…or will they lose their lives?

UNRAVELING THE PAST: Navy SEAL Defenders by Elisabeth Rees
Awakening with a head injury and no memory of his time as a small-town sheriff, Tyler Beck discovers his deputy, Joanna Graham, has been framed during an undercover drug case. Until they can prove her innocence, they must go on the run.

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Medical Romance November 2016 Books 1-6 by Various (Authors listed below)
Requirements: ePUB/MOBI Reader, 1.94 MB Retail
Overview: Six Sexy Medical Romances all in One Place…
Genre: Romance (Medical)


The Nurse’s Christmas Gift by Tina Beckett

A Christmas kiss from the past!

Pediatric surgeon Max Ainsley arrives at Teddy’s for a fresh start, only to find himself working with the woman he lost years before–his estranged wife!

Annabelle once hoped to give Max the perfect family he never had, but when that dream was broken so was her heart–and she pushed him away. She’s never imagined loving again, but now working on a tiny patient with Max stirs buried feelings… Can a miracle in Maternity reunite them in time for Christmas?

The Midwife’s Pregnancy Miracle by Kate Hardy

Their precious Christmas surprise…

Midwife Ella O’Brien loves babies, but she believes she can’t have her own. Until at a charity ball the chemistry between her and dashing obstetrician Oliver Darrington explodes into a night of passion that proves her wrong!

Aristocratic Oliver has been here before, but the baby wasn’t his! Now he’s guarding his emotions–even from lovely, innocent Ella. Can the baby they both want so much help them to trust in their love this Christmas…and become the family they really long for?

Their First Family Christmas by Alison Roberts

Her Christmas past becomes her Christmas present!

When Dr. Emma Matthews was entrusted with the guardianship of her best friend’s daughter, she promised that every Christmas would be special But this Christmas Eve, Jack Reynoldsher old flame and Lily’s unclehas walked back into their lives.

Both Emma and Jack still bear the scars of this time last year. But now Jack wants to start againbeing there for his adorable niece, picking up where he and Emma left off, and giving them all the family Christmas they deserve!

The Nightshift Before Christmas by Annie O’Neil

All through the hospital…magic was stirring

It might be Christmas, but Dr. Katie McGann would prefer to bury her head in her work than celebrate. Until her estranged husband Dr. Josh West strides into the ER, turning heads and making her heart flip.

Two years ago their world and their dreams ended, and they had to part. But Josh vowed never to stop fighting for his wife, and with the clock about to strike midnight he knows he has one last chance to heal Katie’s heart…one kiss under the mistletoe at a time.

It Started at Christmas… by Janice Lynn

All she wants for Christmas is…him!

This Christmas, Dr McKenzie Sanders knows exactly what she wants in her stocking—her gorgeous colleague, Lance Spencer. He’s a sexy, brilliant, caring doctor and, best of all, he’s just as averse to walking down the aisle as she is!

They agree to indulge in a sizzling fling that will absolutely not end in wedded bliss. But even the best laid plans can go awry… Will risking their hearts lead to wedding bells?

Unwrapped by the Duke by Amy Ruttan

An unexpected inheritance…

When Geri Collins learns she’s the daughter of a lord her world changes in an instant. Running from a relationship gone wrong, she seizes the opportunity to help her gravely ill father by running his Harley Street clinic.

If only she didn’t have to deal with the sensual temptation of her new partner–the notorious "Dark Duke"! Thomas Ashwood unnerves her with every burning look and suggestive word. And as Christmas approaches Geri finds herself contemplating the consequences of a kiss under the mistletoe…

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Download Reindeer Games series by Julia Talbot et al (.ePUB)

Reindeer Games series by Ayla Ruse, Anne Kane, B.J. McCall, Ruth D. Kerce, Dahlia Rose, Crymsyn Hart, Lena Austin, Judy Mays, Julia Talbot, Lily Vega, C.J. England, Ana Raine, Sara Jay
Requirements: ePUB reader, size 1.34MB
Overview: Handed a historical romance at the age of twelve, Ayla Ruse fell in love with love and with happy endings. Having grown up living life tasting a little of this and a little of that has not changed this attitude, but it has expanded her views. Love isn’t always happy and it isn’t always the way a person “thinks it should be.” Sometimes love is outside the box, and love is always a challenge.The challenge of finding and holding onto this love is what drives Ayla in her fiction. She likes stories that strip love down to the skin. Love that tests the attachment and even beliefs of the participants. Sometimes that test can come in the form of multiple partners, or of overcoming a desperate fear or even of being sexually inventive.
Genre: Romance


1. Racing Wild by Ayla Ruse: Varian Swift of the Border Elves has two pressing desires: to win the finals in the annual Reindeer Games, and to find a mate before dawn. Randolwyn of the Wild Elves runs the Games’ blacksmith shop. Once she thought she wanted a mate, but that was years ago, before a cruel trick made her turn her back on love. When an accident brings Varian to Randolwyn’s shop, he’s struck with the bone-deep knowledge that he’s found his mate. But she doubts his claim, even as she’s drowning in his kisses. Games are meant to have challenges, but with love on the line, games should take a back seat. Instead, this Christmas Eve becomes a race against the clock, a race to catch up, and a race to outrun those who dare to break them apart.

2. Tinsel Wars by Anne Kane: Misty knows if Braedon finds out about her parents, he’ll never want to see her again. She can’t face loving him just to have him turn on her when he discovers the truth, so she pushes him away — far away, to the ends of the world they both know. Braedon knows what he wants, and he won’t be easily discouraged. The annual Reindeer games are coming, and he has a plan that will throw Misty right into his arms. He intends to win the final skirmish in the Tinsel Wars!

3. Vixen by B.J. McCall: Santa’s gained a little weight, and with an ever-increasing number of toys to deliver he’ll need a larger sleigh and more reindeers. But Santa has a plan. Vixen is ready for motherhood and sets her sights on Dasher. He’s handsome and healthy, but all the tail swishing and antler rattling doesn’t get the buck’s attention. On Christmas Eve she gives Santa’s plan one last try, but Dasher is all about hanging out with the boys and drinking eggnog before the big flight. Vixen thinks all is lost, but she’s in for a Christmas surprise. Comet knows nothing about Santa’s plan, but he’s been flying in Vixen’s scented wake for years and no way is he losing her to Dasher. Can a determined Comet convince Vixen he’s the alpha of her dreams?

4. Christmas Cowboy by Ruth D. Kerce: Chaz breeds horses, but Cherry’s saddled him with a herd of reindeer. She knows Chaz can successfully breed and sell the reindeer, if he’ll only believe. Chaz would far rather be with her. She’s one sexy handful. With Christmas near, both fantasies may just come true and maybe they’ll find their own happily-ever-after along the way.

5. Silver Bells by Dahlia Rose: You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch. The song grated on his nerves every time someone hummed it. But what could he expect, being named Danny Grinch and living in Christmas Town U.S.A.? Being the wood craftsman and the creator of Unique Toys didn’t help matters. He was the go to guy for crafted toys around the holidays and while everyone else were enjoying the season. He worked up till Christmas Eve to fill orders. But maybe this year would be different with his new shop helper, Tia Davis. With skin like cappuccino and a silver streak in her hair, she came in to the shop each morning with a cup of hot chocolate and a smile just for him. Danny felt his attraction grow with each passing day and vowed to make Tia his naughty little elf. Especially after their first kiss, he saw another side of Tia that wasn’t just cheerful. She was wickedly arousing — and damn if he didn’t want more.

6. Sleigh Balls by Crymsyn Hart (MM): When Barnabee is dumped out of Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve, Julian takes pity on the half naked man in the snow on his front lawn. As Barnabee wakes up Christmas morning, he’s overtaken by Julian’s kindness and the smell of gingerbread. Barnabee struggles with telling Julian the truth about his origins. With events moving so quickly, he has to come clean. While their newfound love is a Christmas miracle, can Julian accept Barnabee for what he is? And when the sheriff comes knocking to bring Barnabee back to Holly Town, what will Barnabee decide? Can this reindeer’s Christmas wish be realized or is he up the gingerbread creek without a candy cane?

7. Ghosting by Lena Austin (MM): Ghost hunting means sometimes you find a ghost you weren’t expecting, when you aren’t even looking. Being murdered sucks. Waiting fifty years for someone to even be able to see your spirit sucks more. Andy has a right to be an angry poltergeist, and it’s up to Geoff to find a way to free him, even if it means losing him forever.

8. Jingle Buds by Judy Mays: Dr. Jonathon Claus has finally achieved his dream. He’s in charge of a rural medical clinic in Idaho. Treating injured tourists is fine, but what he really enjoys is taking care of the area’s residents, many of whose families have lived in the region for generations. More importantly, he is far enough away from his mother Penelope, Mrs. Santa Claus, to avoid her attempts at matchmaking. Then, on Christmas Eve, Emily Olson’s grandmother gets run over by a reindeer…

9. Merry X-Moose by Julia Talbot (MM): Sleigh engineer Laird is an Elf on a mission. He wants comfort and joy for Santa, but his new design needs more pull than eight tiny reindeer can provide. Laird isn’t willing to give up on his idea, and when he meets Bruiser, he thinks he might not need to. Bruiser is living the dream, a moose shifter from Vancouver working for Santa and tutoring baby reindeer. Laird fascinates Bruiser the moment they meet, and they soon find a lot of common ground, in and out of the toy sack. When Laird asks Bruiser to help Santa out, he’s terrified he’ll mess up, but how can a moose say no to an Elf like Laird?

10. Wicked Game by Lily Vega: All’s fair in love and war when the Reindeer Games are in play! Santa didn’t give bad boy Elf Brody his Christmas wish. Instead of sexy Beryl, he’s stuck with goody-goody Holly for a partner. But Brody discovers the best gifts aren’t always wrapped in the fanciest paper and Holly is so sweet, she melts on his tongue.

11. Snip! Snap! Dragon! by C.J. England: Weary of the tedium of three centuries of life, Drayce Drakehaven, leader of the London Dragon Clan, does something inconceivable. On a dare from one of his brethren, he crashes a Christmas party. Since dragons won’t settle for anything but the best, he chooses the social event of the season — the Christmas celebration at the home of Eadlin Knight, the richest and most sought after woman in the city. But he doesn’t expect to look into Eadlin’s beautiful eyes and find his forever mate. Eadlin is tired — tired of the daily rounds of socializing, tired of the men who are more interested in her father’s fortune than her. She longs to find someone special. The one man who can make her heart beat faster. Her soulmate. When she finds her ancestor’s diary and discovers her great-great-great aunt was carried away by a mysterious stranger at a family Christmas party, she wonders if perhaps lightning can strike twice. Could she meet her special someone, too? When Drayce and Eadlin’s eyes meet during the holiday festivities, there is an instant snap of connection…of passion. But Drayce’s arrogance sparks Eadlin’s temper, and she won’t fall easily into her dragon’s arms. A heated party game may be the only way he can push past her reserves and seduce his lady fair. But once Eadlin sees the truth about Drayce, will she accept he’s the one she’s been waiting for? Or will the dragon’s seduction go up in smoke?

12. White Stag by Ana Raine (MM): Four years ago geneticist Jayce Harper lost the love of his life. Now every Christmas Jayce returns to his cabin in the woods to celebrate Christmas. Alone. Every year he sets an extra place at the table and bakes a full Christmas dinner, including peppermint cookies, knowing those cookies are the one scent his lost lover can never resist. Four years ago Crane found out who, and what, he was, without understanding why. Thinking his lover had betrayed him, Crane shifted to reindeer form and took off running. He’s been running loose in the forest around the lake as a reindeer for the last four years, almost forgetting he’s ever been anything else. Now he’s been gone so long, he has no clue how to get back. When the scent of peppermint reaches his nose, Crane suddenly knows he has to remember, or lose it all, forever. When he finds Jayce, the author of the scents that have lured him back, he has to decide if he wants a past he can barely remember, or what he’s found in the woods. Whoever he was, whatever they had, Crane knows the scent of his lover may be his last chance to remember. If the hunters don’t find him first…

13. Sleigh Ride by Sara Jay (MM): Can one magical sleigh ride deliver love to two lonely Elves? When two of Santa’s Elves score his sleigh all to themselves for one night, romance is in the air. But will Twinkle and Randy still be able to find love in between antics of naughty reindeer, winter turbulence and their own Elven pride?

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Torchwood series by Sarah Pinborough, James Goss, Guy Adams (#16-18)
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Overview: Torchwood is an action-packed sci-fi series spinning out of the BBC hit Doctor Who, following the adventures of a secret team of investigators who use scavenged alien technology to solve present day crimes – both alien and human. When Torchwood comes under fire in an all-out attack by extra-dimensional shock troopers, the team is torn in all directions. And with a deadly rift bleeding through into their own reality, time itself could be destroyed if the Torchwood team can’t stop it!
Genre: Sci-Fi


First Born by James Goss (#16)
Gwen and Rhys must protect their daughter as they stand alone in the defence of the Earth – a "Torchwood: Miracle Day" prequel

Long Time Dead by Sarah Pinborough (#17)
Excavations of the old Torchwood Institute are under way, but the body of Suzie Costello is nowhere to be found – a "Torchwood: Miracle Day" prequel

The Men Who Sold the World by Guy Adams (#18)
When Oscar Lupe appears 20,000 feet up in the air, his body is frozen solid and free-falling to earth. It shatters on impact. Soon after, a CIA Special Activities Division squad goes rogue with a cargo marked ‘Torchwood’ that they’ve been escorting from somewhere called Cardiff.
The Agency puts Rex Matheson on the case. As the strange deaths pile up, Rex realises there must be experimental tech out there, but someone is obstructing him at every turn. Rex is the CIA’s golden boy – but has he met his match in the evasive Mr Wynter…?

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Doctor Who Big Finish Short Trips series by Jacqueline Rayner, John Binns, Gary Russell, et al (Editors) (No.1 to 29)
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Overview: In 2002, Big Finish Productions obtained the rights to the Short Trips series. The Big Finish Short Trips books, like the Decalog series, are built around themes. These include an annual volume dedicated to Christmas related tales and one volume dedicated to Dalek stories. A total of twenty-eight volumes of new material featuring several hundred stories featuring the first eight Doctors were published by March 2009.
Genre: Science Fiction.


1.Zoidac by: Mark Michalowski, Paul Leonard, Tony Keetch, Ian Potter, Simon A. Forward, Sarah Groenewegen, Simon Guerrier, Paul Magrs, Todd Green, Joseph Lidster, Andrew Collins, and Alison Lawson.
This collection features twelve exclusive short stories from well-known names in Doctor Who fiction — including acclaimed novelist and Booker nominee Paul Magrs, alongside Simon A. Forward, Mark Michalowski, Paul Leonard, and Joseph Lidster as well as fresh new voices.

2.Companions by: Peter Anghelides, Justin Richards, Andrew Collins, Ian Potter, Gary Russell, Paul Magrs, Mark Michalowski, Steve Lyons, Stephen Fewell, Simon Guerrier, Nick Clark, Eddie Robson, Andrew Spokes, David Bailey, Simon A. Forward, and Alison Lawson.
Wanted: attractive young girl (boy may be considered). Must have strong ankles, healthy lungs, and no family ties. Ability to say, "What’s that, Doctor?", in many different ways a necessity. Bizarre taste in clothes may be an advantage. Must be able to deal with traumatic situations involving life and death with no obvious after effects.

3.A Universe of Terrors by: Lance Parkin, Gareth Wigmore, Trevor Baxendale, Tara Samms, Juliet E McKenna, Jeremy Daw, Alexander Leithes, Jonathan Morris, John Binns, Andrew Campbell, David Bailey, Marc Platt, Robert Shearman, William Keith, and Huw Wilkins.
Join the Doctor on a journey to the darkest corners of the universe, from an alien world tyrannised by a god-like machine, to the British retreat from Afghanistan in 1842. Discover the secrets of the TARDIS’s original owner, and of three faceless creatures stranded in 21st-century Hollywood. And finally, if you can, face the terrors that lurk in your own heart, and in your dreams.

4.The Muses by: Robert Shearman, Gareth Roberts, Tara Samms, Simon Guerrier, Sarah Groenewegen, Ian Potter, Simon A.Forward, Steve Lyons, and Justin Richards.
Tell me, O Muse, of that many-aspected hero who fled his home world to travel every corner of time and space. Tell me, daughter of Jove, of his battles and his tragedies, of the strangers he encountered and the evil plots he foiled. Speak with laughter, with tears, through songs and visions of the Doctor, the hero and champion of this world and many more.

5.Steel Skies by:Mathew Griffiths, Simon Guerrier, Graeme Burk, Huw Wilkins, Paul Leonard, Mark Wriht, Kate Orman, Jeremy Daw, Richard salter, Cavan Scott, Lance Parkin, Marc Platt, Rebecca Levene, John Binns, Peter Anghelides, and Jonathon Blum.
A collection of stories based in enclosed and artificial environments: places constructed to keep the dangers of the universe outside, perhaps, or to keep their inhabitants locked in. It is divided into four sections, each exploring a different kind of confinement.

6.Past Tense by: Simon Guerrier, Alison Lawson, Christopher Bav, Eric Saward, Stephen Hatcher, Jonathan Morris, Dave Owen, Ian McLaughlin, Claire Bartlett, Anthony Keetch, Mark Wright, John Binns, Ian Mond, Danny Heap, Neve Fountain, Nicholas Briggs, Paul Williams, Samantha Baker, and Joseph Lidster.
Stories set exclusively in Earth’s past: from the heady atmosphere of Shakespearian London to the shadowy world of prewar Istanbul; from the time of King Alfred to the turn of the Millennium.

7.Life Science by: David Bailey, John Seavey, Mark Stevens, Ian Farrington, Trevor Baxendale, Jonathon Morris, Richard salter, Kate Orman, Steve Lyons, Matthew Griffiths, Todd Green, Gareth Wigmore, Alexander Leithes, Andrew Campbell, Lance PArkin, and Jim Mortimore.
Once, we believed our lives were sacred, that we had souls. Now we know we are mere machines; genetic data. We are science. But even as we learn, the properties of life remain uncertain. How does life acquire consciousness, or rights? Does a robot dream? If a person transforms into an oak tree, is it science or the work of gods? Did the Victorians find a way to resurrect the dead?

8.Repercussions by: Ian McLaughlin, Claire Bartlett, Trevor Baxendale, Colin Brake, Peter Anghelides, andy Frankham, Shaun Lyon, Jon de Burgh Miller, Sarah Groenewegen, Trey Korte, Eddie Robson, Todd Green, Andy Russell. Andrew Collins, Kathryn Sullivan, Mark Michalowski, Joseph Lidster, and Gary Russell.
All across the universe, the Doctor is hailed as a hero, a benevolent force, the man who fights the monsters, topples the dictators and frees the oppressed. Repercussions demonstrates an alternative side to this. What if, whilst doing these good, even great, deeds, the Doctor is unwittingly changing the Web of Time. Giving people knowledge they’re not supposed to have. Empowering races that should have remained in the dark ages. Overthrowing the evil that, had it continued to flourish, might ultimately have brought together a greater force of good to eradicate itself.

9.Monsters by: Ian Mond, Danny Oz, Jim Mortimore, Marc Platt, Stephen Hatcher, Matt Grady, Samantha Baker, Simon Guerrier, Joseph Lidster, Anthony Keetch, Jacqueline Rayner, and Steve Lyons.
Whether made of flesh and bone, or created in the deep recesses of the mind, monsters are terrible things. They hunt, they chase, they stalk. They don’t stop and they don’t listen to your pleas. They come after you in the night, when you least expect it; they invade your world when all seems safe. Monsters features stories that tell tale of such beasts: some real, some imaginary, some alien, some homegrown.

10.2040 by: Richard Slater, Tara Samms, Huw Wilkins, Lance Parkin, Andy Campbell, Xanna Eve Chown, Matthew Griffiths, Kate Orman, alexander Leithes, Gareth Wigmore, Marc Platt, Rebecca Levene, Jacqueline Rayner and John Binns.
The future is here and it’s not what we expected. To the governments and corporations of the world in 2040, expansion is an article of faith. The human race must expand outwards, exploring new territories, new technologies, new ways of thinking. Only problem is, the human race doesn’t necessarily share that faith. And with so much at stake, our leaders may have to call in some new partners to make sure we see the light.

11.A Christmas Treasury by: Simon Guerrier, Nick Wallace, Val Douglas, Peter Adamson, Dave Stone, Peter Anghelides, Marc Platt, Darren Sellars, Mark Michalowski, Neil Perryman, Stephen Fewell, Paul Beardsley, Terrance dicks, Jonathon Morris, Andy Campbell, Ian Potter, Shaun Lyon, Martin Day, Steve Lyons, Jackie Marshall, Cavin Scott, Mark Wright, Karen Dunn, and Stephen Cole.
Celebrate a Doctor Who Christmas with this luxury treasury of stories, poems, games and recipes for all the family. Join the Doctor as he visits a Christmas truce in the trenches, gets caught up in an alien plot concerning the recording of "Do They Know It’s Christmas?" and even manages last-minute shopping in Oxford Street! From heartwarming to heartbreaking, witty pastiches to chilling ghost stories, these tales are the perfect seasonal journey into time and space.

12.Seven Deadly Sins by: Gareth Wigmore, Mark Wright, Tara Samms, Paul Magrs, John Binns, David Bailey, Rebecca Levene, and Jacqueline Rayner.
The darker side of human nature is a terrible place. Its twisted pathways and dismal corners lie ready to lead even the most virtuous traveller astray. And when someone makes just one wrong step, the darkness is quick to close in and engulf them. Between these covers, you will find seven tales of vice, exploring the dark places at the edge of the universe. The Doctor tries to stand against the tide, to bring even a chink of light, of hope, but what good is it when he cannot even save himself from the seven deadly sins? Alone, these seven stories tell terrible tales of misadventure, misdeed and misery together, they reveal an even darker story.

13.A Day in the Life by: Andy Russell, Danny Oz, Gary Merchant, Nev fountain, Ian Farrington, Den Abnett, Ian Mond, Richard Salter, Xanna Eve chown, Phil Pascoe, Trevor Baxendale, Alison Jacobs, Simon Guerrier, Matthew Griffiths, Joseph Lidster, Eddie Robson, and Rebecca Levene.
When you’re time travellers, the concept of a day from midnight to midnight can get lost: the Doctor and his companions arrive on different planets in different eras at different times of the day. They can show up during someone’s lunch break or when they’re asleep, at the breaking of dawn or the coming of night. Throughout his adventures, the Doctor meets many people — security guards on a night shift, mysterious space travellers riding the vortex, mobs of blobby Kobolds, a family sitting down to watch .T.V. but all too often their interaction is brief, a fleeting connection in the web of history. Time it seems, is very much of the essence.

14. The Solar System by: Eddie Robson, Stuart Manning, Jim Mortimore, Trevor Baxendale, Andy Russell, Alison Lawson, Craig Hinton, Richard Dinnick, Dale Smith, and Andrew Frankham.
A star like many others in the western spire of the Milky Way galaxy. Around it, orbit its planets — each one has its own environment; its own history; its own circumstances. The third planet of the ten is the most densely populated. And, over time, its inhabitants have reached out to the other worlds. There, they find surprises, wonders, danger.

15:The History of Christmas by: Matthew Sweet, Jonathon Blum, Stewart Sheargold, Marcus Flavin, Charles Aucherlonie, John Isles, Simon Bucher Jones, Peter Anghelides, Jeff Brown, Robert Smith, Andrew Griffiths, Samantha Baker, Jonathan Clements, Kate Orman, Marc Platt, Pete Kempshall, Simon Guerrier, Scott Andrews, John Drew, Robert Dick, Richard Salter, Eddie Robson, Joseph Lidster, Xanna Eve Chown, and Philip Hallard.
Christmas is a time for many things. For family and old acquaintances. For giving, for receiving, for feasts and celebration. For huddling round the warmth of the fire, sheltered from the dark and the cold outside. And the monsters.
It’s also the busiest time of year for the mysterious Doctor, whether he’s caught-up in the violence of ancient Rome, taking Leonardo da Vinci on a day-trip to the stars, or popping in on the very first Christmas on the moon.

16.Farewells by: Gareth Wigmore, Steve Lyons, Stephen Fewell, Andy Campbell, Andrew Collins, Steven Roman, Jake Elliot, Stewart Sheargold, Matt Kimpton, John Binns, Joseph Lidster, Darren Sellars, Paul Magrs, and Ian Potter.
"After all, who knows, if I go down well, I might even make it my farewell performance".Sometimes it’s easy to say goodbye : to a friend, to a way of life, to a lover. Sometimes it’s heartbreaking. And sometimes they just won’t take the hint.

17.The Centenarians by: Joseph Lidster, Gary Russell, Ian Mond Glen McCoy, Steven Savile, Steven Roman, Benjamin Adams, Simon Guerrier, Brain Willis, Lizzie Hopley, John Davies, Stel Pavlou, Samantha Baker, L. Scott, Steve Parsons, Andrew Brown, Stephen and Hatcher.
There is nothing special about Edward Grainger. His life is much like any other, full of family and friends, love and passion, incidents and turning points. He travels, works, laughs and cries. He has parents, a wife, a child, a grandchild. He lives life to the full. There is nothing special about Edward Grainger. Except… from the day he was born, until the day he will die, he keeps meeting the Doctor. Sometimes a different Doctor, sometimes the same Doctor.

18.Time Signature by: Simon Guerrier, Phillip Hallard, Ben Aaronovitch, Eddie Robson, Jonathon Clements, Ben Wodhams, Joff Brown, Marc Platt, Matthew Sweet, and Andrew Cartmel.
A city destroyed by time itself. A country torn apart by revolution. A man in a boat with a biscuit tin. The Doctor doesn’t just change the lives of those around him, his actions echo through history. Shaping the universe, changing it, rewriting in his own hand. But making it better? It’s a good job he never sticks around for long afterwards. And yet, for all that the universe may be infinite, for all he keeps moving, the Doctor can’t outrun the consequences forever.

19.Dalek Empire by: Nicholas Briggs, Joseph Lidster, Sharon Gosling, Ian Farrington, Simon Guerrier, Justin Edwards, and James Swallow.
Everybody remembers Doctor Who’s most terrifying monsters, the metallic, murderous Daleks! Here they are again in a collection of ripping yarns that draw upon the events and themes of Big Finish Productions’ acclaimed series Dalek Empire.
But never fear, no prior knowledge is necessary. The good Doctor in his many incarnations is on hand to guide us through the terrible events before, after and during the Daleks’ ruthless onslaught.

20.Destination Prague by:sean Williams, James Moore, Keith DeCandido, Mike Barr, Paul Kupperberg, Robert Hood, Brian Keene, Paul Crilley, Stephen Dedman, Paul Finch, Steve Lockley, Paul Lewis, Chris Roberson, Mary Robinette, Bev Vincent, James Swallow, Lee Battersby, Gary Braunbeck, Lucy Snyder, Kevin Killiany, Tim Waggoner, Todd McCaffrey, and Stel Pavlou.
Prague has its demons a city saved from the ravages of war and the Third Reich because of its beauty, it is home to Rabi Loew’s Golem, Rudolph II’s obsession with finding the elixir of youth, scientific genius in the form of Kepler and Tycho Brahe, and the alchemical obsessions of Magister Kelly. It is believed that there are magnetic energies whose lines intersect in Prague at several spots. Astronomy, astrology, numerology and magnetic forces have all played a role in building the city but how will they influence its future? This is the city rich in history, and full of potential how will it adapt over the centuries to come? Will it have a glamorous rebirth or wallow in a dystopic nightmare? And what will be the role of the old superstitions in the new world? For the Doctor and his companions, the answers to these questions are only just the start of further mysteries.

21.Snapshots by: Liz Hopley, James Goss, Helen Raynor, Colin Harvey, Andy Frankham, Scott Handcock, Simon Guerrier, Stewart Manning, John Davies, Eddie Robson, Ian Farrington, Benjamin Adams, Gary Owen, James swallow, Gary Russell, Stel Pavlou, Nigel Fairs, Brain Dooley, Joseph Lidster, Steven Savile, and Paul Magrs.
A mysterious ghost haunts a hotel in India. The terrifying alien C’rizz attacks commuters in King’s Cross station. Beneath a London council estate, a creature is waiting to be born. And on a distant world, an old man trades stories with a strange time traveller. Throughout his adventures in time and space, the Doctor meets so many people and each one is affected in some way. The waiter who keeps a special table for the Time Lord’s granddaughter, Susan. The American student who befriends lost Lucie Miller. The teenage girl who discovers that she may be something more than human. What is it like when that strange blue box appears in your life? What is it like when your eyes are opened to so much more? What is it like when everything changes?

22.The Ghosts of Christmas by: Cavan Scott, Mark Wright, Colin Harvey, Dan Abnett, Scott Matthewman, Ann Kelly, Gary Russell, Jonathan Clements, Ian Farrington, Peter Anghelides, Cavan Scott, Mark Wright, Neil Corry, Xanna Eve Chown, Scott Handcock, Simon Barnard, Paul Morris, John Binns, Richard Salter, Michael Abberton, Trevor Baxendale, Ian McLaughlin, Scott Woodard, Eddie Robson, Steven Savile, Joseph Lidster , and Mark Magrs
Christmas. A time for home. For family. For laughter. Everybody has special memories of Christmas but for others it brings shadows of things that should not have been. Unearthly visitors who open their eyes to new worlds and new experiences. Pantomime coats, robot dogs and a big blue box parked beneath the Christmas tree. Some think these fleeting guests are apparitions. Some think they are angels. Some think they are demons. But all know that Christmas will never be the same again. The Doctor and his companions travel to Christmas Past, Christmas Present and those Christmases Yet to Come. They bring festive laughter and Yuletide joy, creeping dread and screaming horror, slipping in and out of time like the ghosts of Christmas. Christmas. A time for terror. For fear. For ghosts.

23.Defining Patterns by: George Ivanoff, Neil Corry, Mat Coward, Xanna Eve Chown, John Davies, Ian Briggs, Robert Dick, Dave Owen, Stephen Hatcher, Simon Guerrier, Steven Savile, John Dorney, Chris Thomas, Michael Coen, Brian Willis, Lizzie Hopley, Cavan Scott, Mark Wright, Ian Mond, and Ian Farrington.
The known universe is home to countless trillions of lives, all interweaving with each other and affecting the line of history. When someone makes a decision, no matter how significant or seemingly irrelevant, they cause unknown effects throughout the ages. Perhaps other, unreachable, factors are at play too: does the universe have a destiny? Are we all predetermined to follow a particular path? Do we reap what we sow or is it a case of what will be will be? Are coincidences really just that, or do we miss their deeper meanings? Everywhere he looks, the Doctor sees the same patterns , the same events, decisions and actions cropping up again and again. Look at the bigger picture, however, and maybe, just maybe, you’ll see how the universe works. How the universe lives. But, as the Doctor and his companions discover, are these patterns really there? Or do we, by the very nature of seeing them, define them?

24.The Quality of Leadership by: John S. Drew, Peter David, Una McCormack, Diane Duane, Terri Osborne, Richard C. White, Linnea Dodson, Steven Savile, Robert T. Jeschonek, Kathleen David, James Swallow, Allyn Gibson.
King Loran of Zalezna is dead, the victim of an attempted coup. However, with the help of the Eighth Doctor, Loran’s son and heir, Mihal, is able to stop the rebels and claim the throne. Now Mihal faces the prospect of ruling before he’s ready. By way of helping Mihal prepare for his new role, the Doctor tells him of the many leaders he’s met over the course of his lives. Join the Doctor as he regales Prince Mihal with stories from throughout time and space. There are tales of the Roman Empire, from Emperor Theodoric to rebels Spartacus and Calpurnia to Rome’s enemy Queen Boudica. There’s King Arthur and Plato as they’ve never been seen before, Martin Luther and King Henry VIII in the midst of rewriting Europe’s religious landscape and an unexpected side of William Wallace. The Doctor also travels to such exotic worlds as Rishik and Mitidiki, and arrives at a deceptively mundane department store. Leadership comes in many forms. Some are unexpected, some are less pleasant than you’d think and some aren’t quite what history would later paint them to be.

25.Transmissions by: Graeme Burk, Ian Mond, Andy Lane, Mags Halliday, Lou Anders, Richard Wright, James Milton, Dan Abnett, Pete Kempshall, Dale Smith, George Mann, Kelly Hale, Mark Stevens, Steve Lyons, Dave Hoskin, James Moran, and Richard Salter.
If you lost the ability to communicate, what would your life be like? Messages, and the media we use to convey them, surround us every minute of every day. Some are meant for us alone, while others are intended to reach the widest possible audience. Some transmissions are intercepted by unintended recipients and never reach their destination. Others get corrupted along the way. The Doctor knows how important it is to be understood. Whether he is striving to cure a disease that turns words into gibberish, responding to an SOS from the end of time, or unravelling secret messages encoded into the genetic sequences that make up life itself, this is one Time Lord who always knows how to make himself heard. Listen up. Get the message. Keep this frequency clear.

26.How the Doctor Changed My Life by: Michael Coen, Simon Moore, Mike Amberry, Stephen Dunn, Bernard O’Toole, L.M. Myles, Michael Montoure, Tim Lambert, Richard Goff, Caleb Woodbridge, Chris Wing, Mark Smith, James C McFetridge, Einar Olgeirsson, Matthew James, Violet Addison, Andrew K Purvis, Nick May, Steven Alexander, J.R. Loflin, Michael Rees, Dann Chinn, John Callaghan, Arnold Blumberg, and Anna Bratton.
The schoolboy whose twin brother vanished in the night. A woman whose house teems with alien refugees. The dad who dies every evening. All through space and time live people, ordinary people, whose lives have been turned upside down. People who’ve lost jobs and loved ones, or seen their homes destroyed, or found themselves on whole other planets. They’ve nothing in common with one another except that their lives can never be the same. Because they’re people who’ve met the Doctor. Featuring 25 original stories from 25 brand new authors, the winners of a competition to seek out bold new writing talent!

27.Christmas Around The World by: John Binns, Joff Brown, Lisa Miles, Laurence Donaghy, Jason Arnopp, Gareth Wigmore, Simon Guerrier, J.J. Secker, Ian Farrington, Beverley Allen, Rebecca Levene, Eddie Robson, Matthew Griffiths, Andrew Pidoux, David Cromarty, William Potter, Andrew Cartmel, James Moran, David Bailey, and Kate Orman.
Christmas is a time for festivities, family and fun. It’s also a time for action, adventures… and aliens. Spend Christmas with the Doctor as he joins the celebrations around the globe, from the pagan past to the distant future, taking in the frozen waters of the Arctic, the rainforests of Papua New Guinea and even a trip to the planet Gloricious. Christmas is an interesting time of year when the Doctor’s about. In fact, it’s out of this world.

28.Indefinable Magic by: James Goss, Eddie Robson, Ian Farrington, Matthew James, Steve Lyons, David N Smith, Cavan Scott, Mark Wright, John Callaghan, Gareth Wigmore, Simon Guerrier, Michael Rees, Jim Sangster, Mike Amberry, Stephen Hatcher, Stephen Dunn, Arnold T Blumberg, Caleb Woodbridge.
The Doctor and his travelling companions live magical lives — but their lives are tainted by terror. Delve into bizarre, wondrous or simply horrifying worlds with the Doctor and his friends as they land on a world where everyone can fly, help a good friend trapped four centuries in the past, and face aliens that simply want to bring peace to humanity.

29.Re:Collectionsby: Joseph Lidster, Ian Potter, Tara Samms, Justin Richards, Marc Platt, Jonathan Morris, Andy Campbell, Andy Frankham, Matt Grady, Huw Wilkins, Steve Lyons, Paul Magrs, Simon Guerrier, Stuart Manning, Matthew Sweet, Matt Kimpton, Stel Pavlou, Eddie Robson, James Swallow, Sean Williams, Brian Dooley, Neil Corry, Mat Coward, Allyn Gibson, Richard Wright, Anna Bratton, Andrew Pidoux, and David Smith
This bumper collection, subtitled "The Best of Short Trips", contains 28 stories, one from each of the previous 28 volumes.

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3.A Universe of Horrors

4.The Muses

5.Steel Skies

6.Past Tense

7.Life Science




11.Christmas Treasury

12.The Seven Deadly Sins

13.A Day In The Life

14.The Solar System

15.The History of Christmas


17.The Centenarian

18.Time Signature

19.Dalek Empire

20.Destination Prague


22.The Ghost of Christmas Past

23.Defining Patterns

24.The Quality of Leadership


26.How The Doctor Who Changed My Life

27.Christmas Around The World

28.Indefinable Magic

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Download Great Horror Stories by Various Authors (.PDF)

Great Horror Stories by Various Authors (list by titles below)
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Overview: There are hairbreadth escapes and dangerous living; murder in Park Lane and on the Riviera; resuscitations from the grave; detectives and super-detectives – Dr Thorndyke, Malcom Sage and The Old Man in the Corner to name but a few. There is fine imaginative writing ranging from delicate fantasy to stark tragedy and the macabre. Enjoy the imaginative works of Dickens, Poe, Balzac, Marjorie Bowen and Baroness Orczy among others. But beware, once you open its pages, Great Horror Stories is a book you will not want to put down.
Genre: Horror | Anthologies



    H2, Etc. by A.J. Alan
    The smell in the library by Michael Arlen
    The man in the bell by W.E. Aytoun
    The mysterious man by Honore de Balzac
    The folding doors by Marjorie Bowen
    The lady of Glenwith Grange by Wilkie Collins
    The new sun by J.S. Fletcher
    Hot water by Val Gielgud
    The island by L.P. Hartley
    Edward Randolph’s portrait by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    The spectre bridegroom by Washington Irving
    The fasts in the case of M. Valdemar by Edgar Allan Poe
    The tarn by Hugh Walpole
    The resurrectionist by Samuel Warren
    The blue room by Prosper Merimee
    The cafe of terror by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    The avenging chance by Anthony Berkeley
    A lesson in crime by G.D.H. and M. Cole
    Mr. Pemberton’s commission by Freeman Wills Crofts
    Who killed castelvetri? by Gilbert Frankau
    The aluminium dagger by R. Austin Freeman
    The Glyston slander by Herbert Jenkins
    Arsene Lupin in prison by Maurice Leblanc
    The Fenchurch street mystery by baroness Orczy
    Peacock house by Eden Phillpotts
    The vanishing diamond by John Rhode
    Staley Fleming’s hallucination by Ambrose Bierce
    The Italian’s story by Catherine Crowe
    The ghost of Dorothy Dingley by Daniel Defoe
    To be taken with a grain of salt by Charles Dickens
    The phantom coach by Amelia B. Edwards
    Madam Crowl’s ghost by Sheridan Le Fanu
    Black coffee by Jeffery Farnol byby The black ferry by John Galt
    The dreamland bride by Theophile Gautier
    The dilemma of Phadrig by Gerald Griffin
    Mary Burnet by James Hogg
    The three sisters by W.W. Jacobs
    Mr. Kempe by Walter De La Mare
    The tapestried chamber by sir Walter Scott
    The frontier guards by Russell Wakefield
    The red room by H.G. Wells
    The sphinx without a secret by Oscar Wilde
    The gardener by E.F. Benson
    A Spanish ghost story by Anon
    The doctor’s ghost by Norman Macleod.

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Stargate: Fandemonium – SG1 series Collection by Various Authors (#01~28)
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Overview: Colonel Jack O’Neill lives in retirement, one year after his interplanetary expedition to Abydos. But when a hostile force of aliens resembling the late Ra and his Chulakins invades Earth through the Stargate and kidnaps a female officer, O’Neill is called back to duty to lead a platoon back through the Stargate and eliminate this new threat. Back in Abydos, O’Neill is reunited with Egyptologist Daniel Jackson to help the team determine from which world through the Stargate this new danger originated from.
Genre: Collection | Science Fiction | Television tie-in Series


01. Trial by Fire – Sabine C Bauer
02. Sacrifice Moon – Julie Fortune
03. Honor 01] – A Matter of Honor – Sally Malcolm
04. City of the Gods – Sonny Whitelaw
05. Honor 02] – The Cost of Honor – Sally Malcolm
06. Siren Song – Holly Scott & Jaimie Duncan
07. Survival of the Fittest – Sabine C Bauer
08. Alliances – Karen Miller
09. Roswell – Sonny Whitelaw & Jennifer Fallon
10. Relativity – James Swallow
11. The Barque of Heaven – Suzanne Wood
12. Do No Harm – Karen Miller
13. Hydra – Holly Scott, Jaimie Duncan
14. Valhalla – Tim Waggoner
15. The Power Behind the Throne – Steven Savile
16. Four Dragons – Diana Botsford
17. Sunrise – J Frances Crane
18. Transitions – Sabine C Bauer
19. Oceans of Dust – Peter J Evans
20. Heart’s Desire – Amy Griswold
21. The Drift – Diane Dru Botsford
22. Moebius Squared – Melissa Scott, Jo Graham
23. Ouroboros – Melissa Scott
24. Two Roads – Geonn Cannon
25. Apocalypse 01] – Hostile Ground – Sally Malcolm, Laura Harper
26. Murder at the SGC – Amy Griswold
27. Apocalypse 02] – Exile – Sally Malcolm, Laura Harper
28. Kali’s Wrath – Keith R A DeCandido
29. Hall of the Two Truths – Susannah Parker Sinard
30. Apocalypse 03] – Insurrection – Sally Malcolm

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15 books by Wrath James White
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Overview: Wrath James White currently lives in Las Vegas, but his career path has taken him from the streets of Philadelphia to the fighting rings of the Orient. His writing has been described as violent, erotic, blasphemous, and extreme – and that’s his own description. His fans think he creates brilliant, honest, brutal commentary on politics, sex, and religion; the readers who don’t get his writing usually end up shocked into a stunned silence before running to the bathroom. Either way, he always achieves his goal of eliciting a visceral reaction from his readers.
Genre: Horror

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Yaccub’s Curse: Malik is an enforcer for the most notorious drug dealer in G-town. But when he is ordered to kill a local crack whore and her newborn child he has a revelation that leads him into a desperate battle with a man who might be Satan himself. Caught in a struggle between good and evil, sanity and madness, redemption and damnation, the violence of the streets and the power of the occult, Malik must risk his life to save a newborn crack baby that he believes to be Jesus Christ. But is Malik a force good or were he and his employer both created millenniums ago by an evil geneticist for the same purpose, to ensure strife between the races.

Population Zero: When Todd was just a child, he learned that sometimes it was necessary to sterilize or euthanize animals in order to keep their population from growing too rapidly. It was the humane thing to do, the best thing for the environment. Yet, every day at his job at the Welfare Department, Todd sees the dregs of humanity multiplying unchecked, overburdening the earth with a tidal wave of humanity. But if he can convince them not to reproduce, if he can convince everyone to voluntarily sterilize themselves, then he might just prevent the coming population explosion. And those who can’t be convinced… Population Zero is the story of an environmental activist named Todd Hammerstein who is on a mission to save the planet. In just 50 years the population of the planet is expected to double. But not if Todd can help it.

Pure Hate: "The Pine Street Slasher" murdered half a dozen young gay men in the mid-nineties. "The Chaperon" brutally mutilated young couples in their bes at the turn of the millennium. "The Family Man" destroyed entire families. None of these cases were ever solved. Now, Detectives James Bryant and Titus Baltimore have discovered all three series murderers are the same man. They know his name. They know where he lives. They even know who his next victim will be. They know everything about the killer… except how to stop him.

Sacrifice: Las Vegas Homicide Detective, John Malloy, hates the weird cases, the difficult ones, the kind that make the cover of tabloids, the kind that make or break careers. He’s had enough weird cases to last him a lifetime. So, when a man is murdered in Green Valley, eaten alive by his own dog along with half the pets in the neighborhood, he knows this is going to be a bad one. The next day, an elementary school teacher is beaten to death by his students while being stung by thousands of bees. Then an ex-football player/heavyweight prizefighter is reduced to blood and bones by a swarm of insects, rats, dogs, cats and angry children. All over town, little girls are going missing and turning up starved, dehydrated and nearly catatonic. Somehow, it’s all connected and it’s up to Malloy and his partner, Detective Mohammed Rafik, to figure out how, and how all these deaths and disappearances are connected to a mysterious voodoo priestess named Delilah with the power to take away all of your hatred … all of your fear … all of your pain.

400 Days of Oppression: Natasha has met the man of her dreams, and there is nothing she wouldn’t do to please him. Kenyatta has taught Natasha about herself, given her a sense of safety she has never felt before, and shown her a whole new world of sexual experiences. Now she must learn the hardest part of love: understanding. To help Natasha overcome her white-trash upbringing and understand African heritage, Kenyatta offers her a wager. A very real and dangerous wager, but one worth taking. Can Natasha’s love endure 400 Days of Oppression?

Like Porno for Psychos: From a world-ending orgy to home liposuction. From the hidden desires of politicians to a woman with a fetish for lions. This is a place where necrophilia, self-mutilation, and murder are all roads to love. Like Porno for Psychos collects the most extreme erotic horror from the celebrated hardcore horror master. Wrath James White is your guide through sex, death, and the darkest desires of the heart.

Scabs: A man haunted by the children that teased him when he was young destroys anyone who tries to love him. An OBGYN has a religious conversion that leads to an act of terrorism. A promiscuous man tries desperately to hold onto a woman. A former drug dealer runs from the demons of his past. The ghost of a former classmate visits the one boy who was kind to her when she was alive. The daughter of a mafia hit man uses her skills of persuasion to get a former lover to acknowledge his son. These are tales of pain and regret, revenge and redemption. Blending the emotional with the extreme, the perverse with the profound, the violent and visceral with the philosophical and the socio-political, these stories epitomize the controversial style that has made Wrath James White a genre favorite.

Sloppy Seconds: Who Wants Some of Wrath’s Sloppy Seconds?
Who wouldn’t? Each year at the World Horror Convention, the most anticipated event is the Gross-Out Contest, where authors stand up in front of everyone and deliver some of the most disturbing, gut-wrenching tales anyone has ever heard.

Vicious Romantic: Vicious Romantic is a collection of poems from one of the hardest of the hardcore horror authors. Using traditional Japanese and Korean formal poetic structures, this collection takes the very best elements of Wrath James White’s prose and condenses it into a medium that is both disturbing and thought-provoking.

—A wife murders her husband and buries him in the desert then visits everyday to lay roses on his grave. A love-sick man falls victim to a predator. A mother mourns the infant she abandoned in the garbage. Wendigos, zombies, serial killers, vampires, and even a serial killer murdering a vampire, Wrath James White takes traditional horror themes and gives them his own diabolical twist.

Voracious: Doctor Trevor Adams is a genius by all accounts. His ethics, however, leave a bit to be desired. When the Aphrodite Aesthetic Reconstruction Clinic hires him to create a genetic weight-loss treatment, Doctor Adams uses a synthetic retro virus to transport pygmy shrew DNA into clients willing to pay tens of thousands of dollars to be able to eat whatever they want without gaining a pound. Pygmy Shrews have metabolisms so fast they don’t store fat cells and have to eat every two hours, twice their body-weight in food every day, or they will die. When they are hungry, they will attack and consume prey more than twice their size. They have fangs tipped with a red iron ore, saliva that contains a paralyzing neurotoxin, are the size of a quarter, and are considered to be some of the most vicious animals on earth. When Doctor Adams’s clients begin burning more calories than they can possibly consume, he is afraid he has made one terrible mistake.

Succulent Prey 01 – Succulent Prey: Could serial killers be the victims of a communicable disease? Fifteen years ago Joseph Miles was attacked by a serial child murder. He was the only victim to survive. Now he himself is slowly turning into a killer. Can he be cured before he kills the woman he loves?
Succulent Prey 02 – Prey Drive: In 2005, twenty year-old Joseph Miles went in search of a cure for a disease he was convinced was turning him into a monster. The result was a killing spree that left a string of dismembered and cannibalized bodies from San Francisco to Seattle. Eight years later, after being tried and sentenced to life in prison, Joseph is still searching for a cure. To do so, he must first escape from super maximum security prison where he has been involved in underground death matches sponsored by the prison guards and has been targeted by two of the prison’s most dangerous inmates. Joseph enlists the aid of a lonely female guard with a history of inappropriate behavior with inmates, and a young model named Selene whom Joseph met in art class when he was still a psychology student. She has followed him obsessively over the years and will do anything to help Joseph escape. But could Selene be even more dangerous and twisted than Joseph Miles? Is she really trying to help him find a cure or does she have darker motivations?

Hero (with J F Gonzalez): Adelle Smith has lived her entire life for the betterment of mankind. A Civil Rights Activist in the Sixties and Seventies, she has spent most of her adult life attending marches, giving speeches, and lending a hand to anyone in need. But on the very evening she is to be acknowledged with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her humanitarian efforts, a stroke leaves her partially paralyzed and unable to speak. Now Adelle’s in the care of a ruthless hospice nurse, who sees not a hero before her, but the cause of her many hardships growing up as a child of interracial parents, someone who decides to give Adelle her very own brand of "Physical Therapy" consisting of pain and suffering, mental cruelty and torture. And now, after a lifetime of helping others, Adelle needs help, quickly, before another round of brutal treatment snuffs out her life.

Orgy of Souls (with Maurice Broaddus): Twenty souls for his brother’s life is a price that seductively beautiful Samson is willing to pay. Twenty souls drenched in blood, powdered with cocaine and more than one kind of ecstasy. A fair trade for the life of a brother. A fair trade for the life of a priest. And everyone he meets seems so willing to give theirs away. Samuel’s faith often wavers. Diagnosed with HIV and in rapid decline, he hides his disillusionment in the rituals of the priesthood. But when Samson brings him the first blood-signed contract for a young woman’s immortal soul, the steamy world of high fashion male models and the quiet decay of a sickly priest begin to writhe against the realities of life, death, and otherworldly power. Brotherly love is a deadly seduction, beauty a dangerous game. Come worship in the brutal temple of Orgy of Souls. Your faith will never be the same again.

Poisoning Eros Book I & II (with Monica J. O’Rourke): Sometimes life is unfair. Sometimes life just plain sucks. You do what you can to get by, but sometimes even that isn’t enough. Meet Gloria, aging porno star, drug addict, failed wife and mother—seduced into a monstrous world of depraved sex and violent deceit, battling to save her immortal soul and that of her only daughter from Inferno … and you thought your life was hell.

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