“I warmly endorse the continuing efforts of Dan Woll and Walter Rhein for their latest novel, “Paperclip.” Unsettled, stirring. drama-laden—“Paperclip” is written with gusto, good humor and a knowledge of the panoply that is America, as the authors take their three gifted characters from youth to adulthood. How can you resist a book that opens with a guesser who is always right? “Paperclip” begs for a read, a sequel, and a movie.”
—Dave Wood, Former Books Editor, Minneapolis Star Tribune and Past Vice-President, National Book Critics Circle
What if your whole life was an experiment?
Prior to meeting Carlie, Mickey’s biggest problem consisted of escaping the wrath of the ruler-wielding nuns of St. Asors. But when Carlie moved to town, Mickey found that the young girl’s proximity began to enhance a dormant ability to catch fleeting glimpses of the future. Confused by the stirrings of young love, Mickey began to sense the presence of a shadowy villain, driven by hatred, on a relentless pursuit that would not end until both Mickey and Carlie were dead.
SHE RETURNED FROM HER CELL TO GIVE THEM HELL!
When a rotting corpse suddenly appears and starts butchering Raynham’s youths, there’s really only one question that needs answering:
Is this faceless and rotting monster Peter Howard, or isn’t it?
Problem is, Peter Howard died 15 years ago. So how can he possibly be back from the dead and murdering people with such relentless and sadistic brutality?
Peter’s mother Malicia, who’s just been released from the lunatic asylum, may have the answers to the crazy puzzle, but the two detectives investigating the deaths don’t even know the right questions to ask her yet.
Mr. Ugly: It really doesn’t matter if you lock your doors; you simply aren’t safe anymore.
Even the best laid women can go wrong.
Daria Simpson is HUNGRY. She’s HUNGRY for sex and bloodshed and death.
Shelly Parker just wanted to have a threesome with her boyfriend Craig and her best friend Erica. Everything was shaping up nicely for their weekend of sexual fun and games, until they stopped at the creepy Crossway Diner and met Daria.
From the moment they met Daria, EVERYTHING went wrong for them; and it went wrong in the most horrific and terrifying of ways!
Daria: Paranormal service has been resumed.
Tom Wall and Veronique were two different folks from two different walks of life. He was a former Texas Ranger turned bounty hunter.
She was a monster.
It was only a matter of time before they fell in love.
After a life filled with adventure and danger, the two settle down together in Corpus Christi to start a family and a new future. But, Veronique’s past comes calling in the form of a monster named Stephan Trask He tears a violent path through the state of Texas leaving death and destruction in his wake. As this monster with a human face gets closer, the danger grows as Tom and Veronique’s young daughter, Josephine, begins to show signs of the emerging monster within her.
And all the while, the spiders begin to gather in the daffodils…
SPIDERS IN THE DAFFODILES is an American Western Horror story unlike anything you’ve read.
From the author of DEMONS DOLLS AND MILKSHAKES and EVERYTHING HERE IS A NIGHTMARE.
Consummate EVIL is coming. It is relentless and unavoidable. It is Blue.
Jessica Schreiber is seeing things. Very horrible things. Since arriving in Raynham for what should have been a relaxing vacation, she’s been seeing the Big Blue.
Jessica is smelling things too—dead and rotting things that she can’t see. She is sure those dead and rotting things are dead people. Lots of dead people.
Jessica’s worst nightmares will soon become her reality. Her reality will soon become a terrifying nightmare.
The tentacled residents of the House of Death have a lot that they wish to show Jessica Schreiber. They have a lot that they wish to tell her. But will she survive long enough to learn their lessons?
In the 1950s people envisioned the 1980s as the age of moon colonization and everyday space travel amid continued Cold War shenanigans.
Along that time line the Foo corporation and its subsidiary, Nucleo, have dominated the market, and a new head of the company, Mr. Salt, plans to take it to the next level by building the first lunar theme park and resort.
But the Green family next door might present a challenge as Grandpa tightens his tin foil hat and enlists the help of little Johnny and Suzy in finding out the secret of what’s lurking in the Salts’ basement and really driving the Foo Corporation to dominate the lunar tourist industry.
Ruled by a committee of Hags, and fueled by toothless rivalries, Black County lurks just far enough out of the way to be completely unnoticed by the rest of civilization. Its inhabitants have been mentally warped for generations and the land itself seems to have the power to drive anyone unlucky enough to visit into ridiculous hillbilly madness.
When a construction Company needs to bury a pipeline through its ludicrous hills and valleys, a twisted charm goes to work and every aspect of already bizarre Black County life takes a gory turn for the hysterical. Take a preposterous trip along with its citizens, both native and new, through escapades such as the Hag parade, the grand opening of Madame Skunk’s House of Ill Repute, the demolition derby riot, and the rabid zombie clown apocalypse.