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Trisha Marlow wakes in a hospital with no memories, not even her name, until her best friend, Eddie Conti, finds her. They'd been searching for her wild-child twin sister, Pam, when Trisha disappeared without a trace.
Pam has never made a secret of her contempt for their family, but the reasons remain shrouded in secrecy. From the adult porn industry, a minimum-security prison, to the rental cottages on Lake Erie, Trisha and Eddie must unravel the mystery of what happened to Pam and find the truth her family doesn't want revealed.
Each step she takes to finding her sister brings Trisha closer to a darkness that threatens to engulf her. Will she be able to save Pam or is it too late? And, in the end, will Eddie's love be enough to save Trisha from the truths that are unearthed?
CONTENT ADVISORY: This title includes scenes of graphic violence, rape, and a HFN ending. This title contains MFM and FF sexual situations.
Detective Allen Franks and his partner Debbie McMasters thought they've seen it all. With a rash of serial killings involving Evans City University coeds murdered in ritualistic fashion what more lies in store? Enter Cassandra Radcliffe, an anthropology major and practicing witch. With the aid of her coven Cassandra tries to scry for the killer's identity. The sexual rite, the Philosopher's Ring, is desperate in nature shocking the campus police as well as the two cops. But Cassandra is adamant she can help. Debbie thinks she's a fraud but Allen has other ideas. But as the body count rises is Detective Franks' association with Cassandra still professional--or is it turning into something more? Amid all this distraction the serial killer ups the ante. Can Franks and McMasters uncover who's behind it all or will they have to rename Evans City University to Arcanum Academia?
Explore the horrific future of the living dead in these tales set in the world of Christopher Newman's UPRISING. This collection of seven ghoulish tales of terror will walk you with the living and the dead, from the very beginning of the Zombie Uprising to the end.
Page Count - 268
Imagine a world where the undead have been conquered and are now just another resource to be utilized. You go into your local DMV to renew your drivers' license. The clerk asks, What do you want marked for your Undead Clause? A No answer means upon your reanimation a specialized government team will capture and terminate you. A Yes response directs them to transport you instead to a factory where you are prepared for entrance into the Reanimated Working Class. Due to the Outbreak of 2015, the United States population has sunk dangerously low and the illegal immigrants are gone. There just aren't enough people to do all the jobs that are necessary.
The average American hardly notices them--the red masked members of a new lower caste who walk rich people's dogs, collect errant grocery carts, pick up litter, and shove snow or rake leaves. They go about their mundane tasks faceless and with clamped jaws, apparently harmless to the general public. RWCS are just another humdrum fact of the aftermath of Supernatual Act of 2018. But an RWC's existence isn't what most people think it is. How long can something so hungry - and angry-- be kept in check? With protest groups moving through the halls of Congress, these creatures have become a political hot topic. How far will these lobbyists go to see justice done and the dead interned into American soil? What would happen if they are finally freed to prove a point? They can only do what zombies do best...feed on human flesh.
Book length: novel
Page count: 215
Series: “Uprising” (1st book), “Tales of the Uprising” (2nd book) and “Of Blood and Politics” (3rd book) but is the prequel to “Uprising”.
This prequel to Uprising traces the first outbreaks of three plagues slowly starting to appear in an all too realistic near future United States. As the public begins to become aware of zombies rising, the powers that be are trying to suppress the truth to avoid a public panic, but their efforts are too harsh. To make matters worse they have decided to “quarantine” what they’ve come to call Level III mutations, namely vampires.
People like Rosalina Martinez and John Benedict find their treasured civil rights being violated by an uncaring CDC and its agents. John and Rosalina must struggle to remain free or become subjects of terrible experiments by Doctor Igor Lapinski at the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia.
But those stricken by vampirism can’t come together as a single force for their own survival. It is a race against time to try to unite their self-help organization, retain the right to live free and avoid the quarantine. It is the beginning of the end of the world as we know it.
Length: Approx 31,000 words
Heat Rating: 3 flames
Tagline: A Journey of Innocence, Love, Tragedy and Justice—and an ample derriere.
Blurb: Toiling away at Horseweed’s Tavern is Agnes Biggenbotten, whose name is more like a description. The poor thing, innocent as the day is long, is totally unaware of the stir she causes while she goes about her chores. The menfolk crowd into the pub every night to be mesmerized by her famous and—well—plump attribute. But alas, one man cannot simply watch the show and soon attempts to seduce the naïve Agnes. His death is discovered by a minister already convinced of her guilt, due to her absence in his church, and soon our heroine is accused of witchcraft, a crime she did not commit. Freed by one of her secret admirers, she flees her home. But where in the world can someone like Agnes run to? Will the exiled dandy Baron Dapplegrey be her savior or just another man wishing to sample her—um—assets? Above all, does she have the time to find out before WitchHunter Finneas Weevel, who is hot on her trail, brings her to justice?
I'm Crystal Payne, yeah I know it's not an original name, but yeah, it's better than nothing. What do I do? Well I hunt those things that go bump in the night for profit. Notice I didn't say fun? So when a vampire comes to visit trying to hire me, I'm a little less than enthusiastic, no matter how handsome and debonair he is. Instead, I take a job for the Snowden family. Their daughter Heather has gone missing in a notorious club frequented (and owned) by vampires... The Uptown Club. It's a nasty place, and I know Heather's been missing for three days. That can only mean one thing. She's no longer human but a bloodsucking menace that needs to be put down. Maybe if I'm lucky I can clean the entire place out. If I'm very, very lucky, that is.