Books tagged: dark contemporary fantasy

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The Thorns of My Flesh
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 10,880. Language: English. Published: June 15, 2012 by Rapid-Dynamix Publishing. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
A charred manuscript, found in the collapsed ruin of the 519 Westlake Condominium Superplex. An urban infestation of the pallid cat-briar. Effigies of white vines, congregations of transients and deranged visionaries. What epidemic sweeps the city, what madness ferments in its abandoned buildings, and what, pray tell, is the abscess that festers beneath my skin?
Right Behind You
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Price: Free! Words: 27,720. Language: English. Published: July 26, 2012 by Beating Windward Press. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
Sample this triptych of horror stories from Dale Lucas (author of Doc Voodoo: Aces & Eights) centered on damaged souls and dark pursuits, and discover “a writer whose work innovates and entertains, reinventing the familiar and breathing new life into old themes,” (Nathan Brazil, SF Site).
The Hands of the Phantom
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,730. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2012 by Rapid-Dynamix Publishing. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
What strange, dark powers haunt these forsaken limbs? The Phantom. A mysterious man, a shattered man. A man meandering the boundary between life and death. Clarissa Waters. Founder of the Not By Choice Club. A woman shattered by her own painful past. What happens when day meets night, when dark meets light-- which hand will she choose, left or right?
The Lost Tales of the Master
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,730. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2012 by Rapid-Dynamix Publishing. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
Robert Edward Henkle takes a book from the trembling hands of his dying grandfather. An ancient leather-bound volume. Rumored a first printing-- perhaps even the property of Edgar Allan Poe himself. Can Robert escape his own dark-shadowed past, or will the vivid and hideous longing stirred up by the book draw him ever deeper into the lost tales of the master?