Call of the Jersey Devil
by Aurelio Voltaire
Release Date: May 28, 2013
Five suburban mall rats and a washed up Goth singer find themselves stranded in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey where they discover two horrifying truths: The Jersey Devil, hellspawn of folklore and legend, is real; and New Jersey (as many already suspected) is the gateway to Hell.
With the help of one lone witch, this small group must face off against their deepest fears and the most unholy monsters in a battle where their very souls, the world they live in, and any chance of returning to Hot Topic in one piece is at stake.
The first novel by musician and horror media personality, Aurelio Voltaire, Call of the Jersey Devil is a hilarious and terrifying homage to 80s horror and genre films. Like a mad doctor, Voltaire has Frankensteined together elements of Evil Dead, The Breakfast Club, Poltergeist, and This is Spinal Tap to create a creature feature that will have you laughing out loud when you’re not glancing nervously over your shoulder.
by Jennifer Allis Provost
Release Date: June 25, 2013
Sara had always been careful.
She never spoke of magic, never
associated with those suspected of handling magic, never thought of
magic, and never, ever, let anyone see her mark. After all, the last
thing she wanted was to end up missing, like her father and brother.
Then, a silver elf pushed his way into Sara's dream, and her life became anything but ordinary.
Download a bonus short story and sample of Copper Girl here (PDF).
Death and Mr. Right
by Kendra Saunders
Release Date: October 1, 2013
The agent of nightmares admits to losing some valuable paperwork,
but not to falling in love.
The Other Tree
by DK Mok
Release Date: January 28, 2014
It's been four years since Chris Arlin graduated with a degree that most people think she made up, and she's still no closer to scraping up funding for her research into rare plants. Instead, she's stacking shelves at the campus library, until a suspiciously well-dressed man offers her a lucrative position on a scientific expedition.
For Chris, the problem isn't the fact that they're searching for the Biblical Tree of Life. Nor is it the fact that most of the individuals on the expedition seem to be fashionably lethal mercenaries. The problem is that the mission is being backed by SinaCorp, the corporation responsible for a similar, failed expedition on which her mother died eleven years ago.
However, when Chris's father is unexpectedly diagnosed with inoperable cancer, Chris sees only one solution. Vowing to find the Tree of Life before SinaCorp's mercenaries, Chris recruits Luke, an antisocial campus priest undergoing a crisis of faith. Together, they embark on a desperate race to find Eden. However, as the hunt intensifies, Chris discovers growing evidence of her mother's strange behaviour before her death, and she begins to realise that SinaCorp isn't the only one with secrets they want to stay buried.
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