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A Clown After Midnight By Colin Miller, Alex Cain, Phi Vu
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When John Dewey ridicules a clown at his wife's birthday party, he unwittingly unleashes an ancient evil on himself and his family.
When the Clown laughs By Joseph Traynor, Amy Wrethman
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A house thought abandoned for twenty years. A house where a depraved serial killer was tracked and killed. A house bought by the Johnson family. A young man found in the basement after all these... More > years, his face carved with a hideous grin. A man brought back into society who falls in love with the family's daughter. WHEN THE CLOWN laughs is a cross between "Beauty and the beast" and the films of Dario Argento. A love story with a tragic and deformed protagonist< Less
When the Clown laughs By Joseph Traynor, Amy Wrethman
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A house thought abandoned for twenty years. A house where a depraved serial killer was tracked and killed. A house bought by the Johnson family. A young man found in the basement after all these... More > years, his face carved with a hideous grin. A man brought back into society who falls in love with the family's daughter. WHEN THE CLOWN laughs is a cross between "Beauty and the beast" and the films of Dario Argento. A love story with a tragic and deformed protagonist< Less
The Red Thumbs of Uncle Tickle By Ken L. Jones
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Some say that poetry is an ideal way to evoke a mood of horror and terror. If this is true then the latest volume by Ken L. Jones, The Red Thumbs of Uncle Tickle just might fit that criterion. Here... More > between two covers are the many times published poems of this dark master of shivering rhymes and unearthly imagery presented in a volume which combines both the best of his previously published work as well as new and never before seen pieces as well. Recommended for reading before you fall asleep if you enjoy having nightmares.< Less
Fabric By Aghori Shaivite
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WARNING: Adult content. This book contains graphic violence, obscene language, and sexual content. 18 or older. Reader discretion is advice. Fabric An enlightened man once said that art can be... More > deadly. If such a statement is true, what constitutes art? People can contemplate and have formed their own definitions for what art truly is. The artist of this story has his own understanding of art, and for him, art can be nothing but death. Death is transcendence to the artist, a peculiar man who sees no value in life. Through his own art, liberation is the key to existence. Existence holds many disturbing secrets and grotesque realities. Do you dare to take the paths of the unending, interwoven thread that is the Fabric? Fabric is a dark and horrid tale of destruction, anguish, and inevitable fate. Enjoy Aghori Shaivite’s first short story of unapologetic and brutal horror.< Less
Reaper-Born (The Proving Grounds) By Allen Gilliland
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Collin enters the Proving Grounds a city used as the scene of mock battles, inteded to strengthen the ties between man and monster, which has instead devolved into a corrupt war torn Hell run by... More > crooked gangs and money grubbing loan sharks all vying for position, leaving this melting pot fit to boil over. During this first instalment of his time there he is set upon by the factions from both sides of this upcomming war and is framed for the death of one of the gang leaders family members, he is then forced to fight to prove his innocence while still trying to stay alive it contains extreamly coarse and perverse language, and heavily suggestive themes, including a scene of attempted rape and strong bloody violence< Less
Reaper-Born part 2 Ideology By Allen Gilliland
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The second instalment of the Reaper-Born series, sees the stirrings of war in the Proving Grounds and shows the lengths it's inhabitants are willing to go to achieve their ends, introducing new... More > allies, hidden enemies, manipulation, death, and pain around every corner, just another day in life for Collin and his friends as they struggle to survive the coming storm. WARNING: this book contains explicit dialog, depicts acts of combat and violence that some might find disturbing as well as graphic scenes of sexual assault and abuse< Less
Thirteen Steps to Velda By Ron Miller
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Here is a baker's dozen of some of detective Velda Bellinghausen's greatest cases. From murdered magicians to killer clowns, from Margate, New Jersey to Hollywood, California, the slinky sleuth faces... More > endless danger, adventure and thrills...to say nothing of an occasional fee. Be sure to visit Velda's personal website at http://www.black-cat-studios.com/velda< Less
ENTERTAINING MURPHY By Neil C. Hearne
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When the peace of a Cornish coastal resort is disturbed by a series of murders, the inhabitants are divided; but for a terminally ill composer, Amos Odell, it is a chance to infuse meaning into his... More > life. The town must be cleansed, and so eventually he becomes involved in the hunt for the killer. As his illness takes hold, he is sustained by the friendship of a local hotelier, the resilient and eminently practical Polly McDougall. The varied characters of this intriguing story are all at the mercy of Odell's principal enemy, the invisible clown Murphy, a malign spirit that obstructs human happiness and entices us into dangerous compromises. Here is an unsentimental look at death, and an exposure of the social prejudice which threatens to complicate the task of the pragmatic Detective Inspector Trent, who comes to realize that Odell's belief in the clown may not be as fanciful as he had at first supposed.< Less
ENTERTAINING MURPHY By Neil C. Hearne
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When the peace of a Cornish coastal resort is disturbed by a series of murders, the inhabitants are divided; but for a terminally ill composer, Amos Odell, it is a chance to infuse meaning into his... More > life. The town must be cleansed, and so eventually he becomes involved in the hunt for the killer. As his illness takes hold, he is sustained by the friendship of a local hotelier, the resilient and eminently practical Polly McDougall. The varied characters of this intriguing story are all at the mercy of Odell's principal enemy, the invisible clown Murphy, a malign spirit that obstructs human happiness and entices us into dangerous compromises. Here is an unsentimental look at death, and an exposure of the social prejudice which threatens to complicate the task of the pragmatic Detective Inspector Trent, who comes to realize that Odell's belief in the clown may not be as fanciful as he had at first supposed.< Less