A collection of Joel's work over the years. Included in this work are: Midnight Express, Cold Black Stone, For The Salem Witch, Goodbye, Pray The Rain Never Ends, Reflection, The Chase, and much more! As a bonus, there is an exclusive look at his Novel coming Fall 2008.
Passionate about death, serial killer Nathan Baxter left details of the murders he committed over the years in a journal that had been stored in a police locker until now. These journal entries are presented in unedited form and offer a look into the mind of a killer. Occasionally, detailed insight of the crime scene will be provided by local law enforcement professionals. The first entry is about Nicole Winters. She was a 28-year-old secretary who met Baxter in the small town of Cottonwood, AZ. It wouldn't be long after their encounter that she would become another one of his victims.
Something alien is stalking residents of Lakehaven, New Jersey. It can't see them, hear them, or touch them, but it knows them - their fears, their insecurities, and their secrets. It knows how to destroy them from the inside out. And it won't stop until each of them is dead. Dave Kohlar has never felt like he was good for anything. But when his sanity, his life, and the safety of his only family and friends is in danger, he has to look inside himself for a strength that his otherwordly enemy can't touch.
"Snowed In" tells the story of three people with secrets to hide who meet at a roadside bar during a storm - and learn that there's nothing deadlier than each other. In "Helix" a detective takes a case that leads him into the twisted world of genetic modification and artificial intelligence. The violent noir "Let Sleeping Gods" features a bad man doing very bad things to prevent the end of the world.
"A fun read"
A young couple travel to the girl's hometown and are plunged into a living nightmare of evil -- an evil from deep in the past which appears in a shocking and deadly form. Provine, Massachusetts, is one of those picturesque New England towns where nothing ever seems to change. At least that is how it has always seemed to Felicity Cramer.
After being burned alive and shot in the head, Mitch Martin discovers he can not die. He then sets out for revenge, hacking and slashing his way across Renascence City. In a city where all the super heroes have disappeared and only villains remain, Mitch is the only thing that can stand between the criminals and the good people. He is an unstoppable monster.
Perry wakes up in an arroyo, hungover and unsure how he got there. His wallet and cell phone missing, he walks back to the last place he remembers being before he blacked out - the bar. Fueled by alcohol and a touch of companionship, Perry is determined to find out who rolled him, but standing in his way is an accident that happened six months earlier and the struggle his life has become since.
Have you ever wondered if perhaps there might be other beings living among us that we can't see or hear? Imagine donning a pair of goggles, and a whole new and strange world appears to you. The protagonists of this story live in LA, so you can imagine what may be lurking there.
James Melvin Scott's The Missouri Kid chronicles the life of a boy growing up in the Missouri Ozarks during the early 1900s. It's a poignant coming-of-age story during a time long gone. While his parents, who were farmers, didn't have much - very few families did back then -- they provided their children with a rich childhood in an environment surrounded by nature. Scott grew up hunting and fishing in the Ozark Hills, in Missouri's great rivers and magnificent streams.
"Benton County Missouri"
Marisela Gomez always felt like a lucky soul. Life always seemed to go her way - until now. As her friends are being viciously murdered by a serial killer using Lucky Damnation scratcher tickets, Marisela discovers a terrifying truth. The killings are a psychopath's revenge for a mistake she had made years ago. In a race against time, Marisela must do all she can to save her friends and avoid being the next victim.
Kill Me If You Can, You SOB is a judicious, penetrating record of the Vietnam War as experienced by an ordinary soldier. Through diary entries written over three decades ago, we get a rare and illuminating glimpse into one of America's greatest tragedies. Bob Miller's unflinching observations not only expose the harsh realities of war but also provide a long-overdue tribute to the men who fought it.
As Nathan Baxter attends the funeral of one of his victims, he encounters a woman he shares a sinister secret with.
Victor, an undead vampire, has fled to another planet in the future to survive, for Earth is now poison to his kind. Na'lesa has been alive for eons, the last of her race - drastically changed - now she lives a life as a living vampire. One night they both run into each other over some prey. Two lonely people: they find love, sex, and blood, and not necessarily in that order.
Days have passed since Carol Long met her end at the Verde Valley Weight Loss Clinic. Now as her sister Tammy fights for her life, a new series of wicked events torture her soul as perfection continues to slip from her reach.