A conflicted psychiatrist. A murdered author. To see past the fiction, he’ll have to delve into the mind of a killer...When the psychiatrist saves a drunk man from the streets, he’s just following his code. But he never expected his new friend, Toby, would be the fifth husband of a famed and fabulously wealthy romance author. Toby never expected to find his sex-addicted wife dead in the guesthouse
THE DARK STORIES EDITION contains uniquely dark stories with themes ranging from murder to the coming of birthright, and with topics covering horrible loss, living in a post-apocalyptic world, and discovering and accepting one's talents
WHAT WE SAW FROM THE CHEAP SEATS by Marelize Roets is a collection of suspense/thriller short stories that allow you to be a psychopathic wallflower wandering in a graveyard through the eyes of Harry Houdini. This collection will have you on the edge of your seat, wide-eyed, and captivated.
Someone you care for is murdered and those guilty beat the system...what would you do? Ted Braxton decided to see that those who escape paying for their crimes pay for their evil deed in blood. Ted was trained in the art of killing. He was good at it, and he enjoyed it.
This is the story of two men on opposite sides of the law, but with the same goal - Pure Justice.
*Contains graphic violence*
Short Story Press Presents Requiem For a Coma by Stephanie Willis
This story teaches that a state of despair is no manner in which to live.
Often, when someone has been in a coma, they come out with memories (more likely hallucinations), that seem so real they really appear to have happened. Coma patients frequently remember things so vividly they appear to be real memories.
Freed from prison when a new round of DNA testing casts doubt on his guilt, Quentin Price is about to confront a figure from his past who will make him an offer difficult to refuse: the chance to help solve the crime that put him behind bars. There is only one problem. What if Quentin is guilty? And what if the person he is about to meet appears the unlikeliest ally of all?
Many summers ago, an evil presence known as a Bloodan visited Camp Silverway and nearly killed a girl named Shelly. Never forgetting that night, Mary was tormented for years by the memory of what she saw. Now, twenty-two years later, she has returned as a camp counselor. What starts out as a fun summer soon comes to an end when several Bloodans return to the camp and begin killing again.
Aside from Reid's obvious wittiness and liking for the unconventional, in addition to his enjoyable command of language, the Merryll Manning series holds great appeal for those who enjoy a fast paced, well laid out work filled with lots of twists and turns. If you enjoy mysteries you're sure to be drawn right into the narrative. Those who don't, will also find themselves turning page after page.