The Dragonlance Warriors series continues with the tale of Soth, once a mighty warrior, whose jealous passions and neglect of duty has caused him to lose all that is dear to him - his love, his life and his very spirit. His is the tale of a descent into evil and darkness.
"Great to learn the history of how Soth came to be!"
Prowling endless miles of concrete on eighteen wheels with a diesel engine roar, a nocturnal predator is at large. He has already claimed the lives of five women, leaving their mutilated remains behind like roadkill. Now, Amanda is his passenger - and he's taking her for a ride into terror.
The idea is a guaranteed ratings winner: a reality TV show where six contestants audition for a part in a horror movie, a chance to be a "scream queen." Whoever lasts the night in a haunted house, rigged with shriek-inducing special effects, will walk away rich and famous...if they make it out alive.
"Parody of slasher/horror films"
Two hundred and fifty years ago, French Jesuits erected a mission deep in the uncharted Canadian wilderness, till they were brutally murdered by a band of renegade Iroquois.Or so the legends say. Today Ste-Claire College stands near the legendary massacre site, the mission's memory now more folklore than fact. Then Ste-Claire professor Karl Desbiens, who's soon to be a Jesuit priest himself, sets off to locate the mission ruins along with a group of eager college students. But after ten days of searching, they find nothing...until an old world evil is uncovered.
Detective Joe Williams is dealing with the loss of his wife to cancer and struggling to raise a teenage daughter on his own. Men are being violently murdered in the usually quiet city of Brampton. There's no apparent connection between any of the victims - which range from a small-time drug dealer to the city's most respected philanthropist - yet there seems to be no shortage of people who might have wanted each of them dead. As the body count rises, Detective Williams is under pressure from all sides to solve the case, but all he has to go on is a single, tiny tooth.