A fire-breathing preacher and a pair of police officers all have something grisly in common; they're the latest victims in a series of bizarre ritualistic murders. The police think that the killings are the work of the local street gang, The Lobos, who pattern their organization as if they are a real wolf pack. But a down-on-his-luck teacher suspects that the killings may be the work of the Reuzenwolf, a species of werewolves that his grandfather used to talk about in the old country.
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One of the most popular and contentious conversations you will hear from boxing fans is the subject of how a fighter from a previous era would have done against a present-day champion. Here we take a look at how popular boxing champion Manny Pacquiao would have fared in various "fantasy fights" against boxers from different time periods.
Bunny and Cody are a pair of escorts entertaining two low-rent dope dealers in a seedy motel. When one of the dealers attacks Cody, Bunny takes the law into her own hands and shoots the men dead.
Every single elf will disappear from the face of the earth." Princess Carella reads this prophecy in the book of Arcanscape and knows that the dark queen will stop at nothing to make it come true. Carella travels with a group of missionaries across the land to offer her gift of healing and recruit other elven tribes to help join the war against the dark queen. When Carella and her missionary group go missing, the village cleric, Ricmorn, hires an old barbarian named Kelroar to find them.
Floyd Mayweather has ruled the boxing scene for several years now. Here we analyze how Mayweather would have fared against some of the boxing legends of the past in fantasy fights. In this book Mayweather faces off against Sugar Ray Robinson, Sugar Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Julio Cesar Chavez, and more.
An offbeat suspense tale about an unemployed man who is mistaken for a professional vampire slayer. Lost and frustrated after missing out on a job interview, Ryan is offered a job by a mysterious woman in the office parking lot. Only one hitch, the woman thinks that Ryan is a hitman and the "job" is killing her sister-in-law whom she insists is a vampire.
Val and Bree are out on the jogging trails trying to get back in shape. Running down the back roads, they come upon a woman shooting her husband to death. The two then begin a cat-and-mouse chase as the woman tries to eliminate the witnesses to her crime.