9 great reads for a lonely night of thrills and chills!
In Sydney J. Bounds's "The Book Miser" has detective Josephine "Jo" Royal trying to thwart an unscrupulous book collector who's taken advantage of an innocent seller. In "The Purple Glove Murders," by Mary Wickizer Burgess, attorney Gail Brevard is asked to solve a killing that appears to be linked to another murder from decades earlier.
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Blackmail babes, dangerous dames, femme fatales, manic minxes, saucy strumpets, torrid trollops, vivacious vixens, and white trash wantons--men fall for them, men love them, men hate them, men wish they had never met these bombastic broads!
Here are a novella and four short stories about such dudes, fellows, gentlemen, heels, husbands, killers, and patsies that wind up in trouble when they put their... [click here for more]
Judas Payne was the devil's spawn, a product of rape, a half-white, half-Indian outcast who was loved only by his pretty half-sister, Evangeline. When the Reverend Payne finds the two naked in the barn, he takes out one of Judas's eyes, and Judas chops off one of the Reverend's arms and then runs for his life.
He meets up with a number of colorful characters out there in the weird wild west, from... [click here for more]
Since childhood, Noel has had a psychic connection to the nuclear fish monster, Goldgotha, whom he can summon by thought to defeat nefarious aliens and their allied creatures.
Then The Consortium invades earth with the intent of enslaving mankind.
Nolan calls upon his irradiated giant goldfish once again to save the day--but is he actually being deceived about the truth?
Entertaining SF that... [click here for more]
Time travel and brothels; unusual visitors from different eras, dimensions, and realities; human zoos maintained by curious aliens who like to watch; private eyes who are zombies; leafy-green literary collaborators; moral steampunk issues; a dreamer at the edge of the solar system; an astronaut who's gone insane; and the conspiracies of chrono-assassins.
Just a few of the fantastic themes in these... [click here for more]