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Vauk House Press publishes suspense writer Evan Cobb, genre writer Michael Canfield, with more surprises to come in 2012!

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By Michael Canfield
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,230. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2011 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction
In Excelsior City trouble finds everybody. Lang Lofton's busy managing his media empire atop the Kryse Building and roaming the night as a masked vigilante. He's got an new problem too: no villains left to defeat. Until his arch-enemy Archetype goes free. And just as the Venus Diamond goes on display at the Supernatural Wonders Museum. Then a deadly new player appears. Coincidence? No.
Perfect Likeness
By Evan Cobb
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 80,650. Language: English. Published: October 22, 2011 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction
Even before Turner met Carmen, he doubted he could mask his dark obsessions beneath a quiet exterior much longer. Carmen: young, bold, breathtaking. Turner can't say he's never met a woman like her before; because he has. Years ago. Carmen has an obsession of her own, but she needs time. And money. Maybe she and Turner can help each other. All it takes is sex, betrayal, and murder.
Bad People
By Evan Cobb
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 110,910. Language: English. Published: March 8, 2012 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction
After a home invasion ends with her husband’s murder, Connie imagines the worst that can happen—already has. Then Connie discovers that her husband kept some dark secrets. Nor is everyone in her new world who he pretends to be. Connie must question everything she knows. Everything except this: murder was just the beginning.

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  • My Socks Rolled Down on Jan. 18, 2011
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    Another winning story from this prolific writer. The premise here is quirky and engaging, an interesting variation on the genre that might be called "domestic magic." Maybe. It's a funny story that takes a clever and inevitable, though unexpected, turn. If you're tired of the same-old same-old in contemporary fantasy stories, check out this weird and wonderful little gem.