London 1859-62. A time of great exhibitions, foreign conquests and underground trains. But the era of Victorian marvels is also the time of the Great Stink. With cholera and depravity never far from the headlines, it's not only the sewers that smell bad. Novice detective Campbell Lawless stumbles onto the trail of Berwick Skelton, an elusive revolutionary determined to bring London to its knees through devilish acts of terrorism.
Matt discovers an underworld of people with uncanny powers living in the shadows of New York City, all trying to elude a dark force that’s ruthlessly hunting them down in Joel Goldman’s “Freaks Must Die”. Now Matt must save the “freaks” from bloody annihilation. In Lisa Klink’s “Slaves to Evil”, Matt is trapped in a small town between hordes of deranged, killer cops and an innocent girl hell-bent on seeking bloody vengeance from him for the killing of her brother.
Tanis Archer is facing a miserable twenty-fifth birthday. She's a part-time barista in her sixth year at Dallas Community College. Her life is going nowhere, fast. Literally. Because on her way to work, she loses control of her car and is killed in a horrific crash. That should have been the tragic end of her story. But days later, she wakes up on a cold morgue slab…and soon learns that miraculous resurrections have brutal side effects. For starters, there are people around her who look as if they are decomposing from the inside-out, victims of their rotting souls.