Release Date: May 18, 2011
Publication Date: March 31, 2009
In Afraid by Jack Kilborn (a.k.a. J.A. Konrath), Safe Haven, Wisconsin has always been a quiet, crime-free town. A helicopter crashes outside of town and a terrible engineered weapon is released that kills everything that gets in its way. With only one road in and out of the town, survival relies on an unlikely hero. Is this accident not as coincidental as it seems?
Publication Date: December 27, 2014
In The Lament of Sky by B.B. Wynter, Lilyth can’t remember much of the past. She lives in an alternate world ruled with an iron fist controlled by adherence to gods and fear. As Lilyth’s memory returns she finds herself embroiled in an epic struggle.
Publication Date: September 5, 2014
In Monsters All the Way Down by Ryan McSwain, Brennan Wade is on the run. After a DNA test for a job, he’s tied to murders he doesn’t remember. The killing doesn’t stop and Wade is forced to face his true nature. Can he stop the madness?
For this year’s Halloween we put together some spooky reads. All of these books have been reviewed on this page and the links are included. Check out our selection for you.
In addition two books were reviewed for this occasion:
Publication Date: September 1, 1990
The Lottery by Shirley Jackson is a short story by Shirley Jackson first published in the New Yorker on June 26, 1948. The story chronicles an annual tradition in a small, contemporary, American town called The Lottery in which families pull marked stones and the winning family pulls individual stones to determine which member will have the honor of making the ultimate sacrifice for a perceived greater good.
Publication Date: March 31, 2012
Adrian Bolt was convicted by a German court of killing his wife at Verliege Castle, their new home. Adrian is sent back to West Virginia where he hasn’t spoken in the two years since she was found at his feet. Dr. James Pellitier is able to get a terrible story from him and heads to Germany with a paranormal investigator at hand. Will they prove that Adrian killed his wife or are darker forces at work?
Publication Date: October 4, 2014
In Cuffed: A gripping psychological & crime thriller by Marc Horn, the character Razors is that cop you want on the case, but not the one you want on your force. He’s brilliantly unpredictable but has a sense for the bad guy. Razors is getting a god complex in a literal sense and what if he’s right? What will that mean for all of us?
Publication Date: December 1, 2013
In How to be Dead by Dave Turner, Dave Marwood is pretending he has a life. He goes to work, pines for his co-worker, goes home and … repeats. His life is the same, day after same day. When Dave has a near Death experience, Death offers him a job and a way out of his day-to-day life. Will Dave continue on his path of stagnant existence or go where few men had gone before and lived to tell the tale?