When former FBI agent William Harrison begins receiving mysterious postcards with the signature "Echo Tango", he's alerted to a cover-up beyond anything he ever thought possible.
His informant turns out to be a guilt-ridden ex-operative in the Saint Mary Project, an ultra-secret program engaged in alien contact. The organization is wiping out loose ends, and Echo Tango thinks Harrison is the man he needs to stop it.
"Government alien coverup"
Civilization tumbles into chaos as mass extinction gives birth to the hungry dead. After three unlikely survivors band together, the choice to leave the safety of their underground shelter takes them on a terrifying journey that may very well cost them their lives. All hell breaks loose as the military struggles to keep order. Is the radio station broadcast a beacon of hope for the band of survivors, or will the military get there first with their radical agenda?
What would you do if someone brutally murdered your only child, served only months in jail because of a technicality, and continually taunted, even threatened, you from behind bars? Could you hide your growing rage from family and friends? Could you gun the killer down as he left prison? Could you change your ID and leave behind your entire life - family, friends, jobs, house - and just disappear? Could Tim and Martha Foster do this?
Rico Cruz is an overweight cop drowning his sorrows in whisky at a local pub when the first zombie guts hit the fan. The war with the undead is short-lived in a decisive victory by the living. The world is forever changed, though, and a third of the population is stricken by a mysterious illness.
Me and Frank, we work for I-Corpse (an extermination company). The mundane risks one takes during the 9 to 5 at a job like this are pretty basic. Explosions, decapitations, and your everyday horde of the undead are something that just comes with the territory. In a world where everyone who dies becomes one of them someone has to take out the trash. But today, on this particular day on the job, we have more to worry about than just your average corpse.
Six high school students set out to explore these depths by sharing a mind altering substance on a night meant to be filled with both wild hallucinations and crazy antics. But the fun and games come to a shuddering halt when a strange man appears. This isn't just any stranger. He is the Dark Man. Haunter of dreams and purveyor of nightmares. Dressed in a black suit and top hat, his pale skin and twisted grin promise a very deranged night of entertainment.
When the dead suddenly decide to not stay dead, this unexplained epidemic turns the world upside down overnight causing everything to come to a grinding halt. For Chris Commons and his folk band of friends, tour is definitely canceled. No more shows! Several States away from his family, Chris struggles to keep his sanity while hoping to make his way back home. After the sudden death and resurrection of his cousin and fellow band mate, Chris changes gears eager to simply just stay alive!
"Not bad "
Hark is a timid, pacifistic Viking with a love for all living things inspired by watching PETA documentaries. Crone is a vintage Schwinn road bike and a bit of an outcast himself, but it's not his fault who his rider is. Something has to change before the Elder bicycle and Orr, the Viking leader, throw them both out with the spare parts. A century after Fukushima and the toxic sea, Harek and his mind-beaming bicycle must prove themselves in a world where everyone (and every thing) is out to get them. Including Alec Baldwin.
"A hilarious audio book not to be missed!"
Meet Walter Maninko. He's unsuccessful. Never made anything of himself. Hates his job. And definitely never got the girl. But maybe his luck is about to change. In town to handle his family estate, Walter finds himself hoping to turn things around. And a great place to start would be with his high school sweetheart. That is to assume she's still single all these years later. But Walter and his friends are interrupted by a monstrous surprise. The small town of Seward, Alaska is suddenly overrun by giant Alaskan king crabs.
Grayson Louisiana is such a tiny place you would never think twice when passing on highway 165. That's what Greg Teeter wishes he had done when a series of unfortunate events leave him stranded in this quaint town.
Joana Reed and her boyfriend, Tim Bortimin, use mystical stones to open up portals in the fabric of time and space, opening a gateway to an alternate reality. When savage humanoid visitors invade Lewisburg, West Virginia, Joana and Tim fight their way past overwhelming odds to leave the town but find a dome of energy has them trapped. Their only hope is to return to the woman who gave them the stones in hope she has the power to save the town.
Tropical storm Faye is raging through and it is bringing more than just thunder and flooding rains. The Old One, a sentient god from another world has woken. Will Max Willgood and his neighbors get off of Topsail island in time, or will her abominations of gore consume them all before they can escape? North Carolina has never seen anything more atrocious than this. By morning it will never be the same.
"Very old one"
Nothing ever happens in the middle of nowhere or in Virginia for that matter. This is why Noel and her friends found themselves on cloud nine when one of their favorite hardcore bands happened to be playing a show in their small hometown. Between the meteor shower and the short trip to the cemetery outside of town after the show, this crazy group of friends instantly plummet from those clouds into a frenzied nightmare of putrefied horror. Is this sudden nightmare related to the showering meteors or does this small town hold even darker secrets than the rotting corpses that are surfacing?
The weather is rolling in and for Kyle Tanner and his would be friends it hasn't even begun to come down. When a mysterious noise rolls in from a neighboring town along with the dense smog from a Chemical Plant explosion people begin to die. But that is the least of their worries. Trapped inside a small local grocery store they watch in horror as those left out in the weather blister from head to toe with unimaginable sores.
Early in the 24th century, human pioneers on the fringe of Earth's interstellar colonial frontier make a profound discovery: The first evidence of intelligent alien life. But the discovery now haunts humanity's past. Although the explorers judge the ancient alien species of space-faring reptilians, known as Angorgals, to be extinct, they also find evidence the Angorgals had reached Earth many centuries ago and were far more than mere visitors....
On the fringe of an acceptable society, Pete’s a cucumber-headed punk whose thoughts of rebellion against the social order frustrate him to no end. Sometimes, there’s a shortage of tomato sauce. But there’s no shortage of fear for the Veg-heads, as they’re hunted down to satisfy the Norms and their consumer culture....
Right now you are reading this with some hope that you will find out more about what this book could possibly be about. I hate to say it, but you might have to read it to find out. Besides, with a freaking super killer awesome book cover like this who wouldn't want to read such outrageously sweet sweetness? I know I would. It looks pretty epic if you ask me. This book is dedicated to a dog that will forever be missed. P. A. Douglas is the author of several novels, novellas, and short stories. He lives in South East, Texas with his wife and replacement dog, Jake the Dog.