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A Face without a Heart by Rick R Reed :: New Book Release ::

A Face without a Heart by Rick R Reed :: New Book Release ::

A modern-day and thought-provoking retelling of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray that esteemed horror magazine Fangoria called “…a book that is brutally honest with its reader and doesn’t flinch in the areas where Wilde had to look away…. A rarity: a really well-done update that’s as good as its source material.”

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Conned: A Bureau Story by Kim Fielding :: Cover Reveal ::

Conned: A Bureau Story by Kim Fielding :: Cover Reveal ::

World War I veteran Thomas Donne is new to San Francisco. Always a stoic man, shell shock and a lost love have nearly turned his heart to stone. No matter—a private eye has no room for softness. Almost broke, he takes on what appears to be a simple case: finding a missing young man.

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Working Stiffs (A collection of short stories) In Aid of World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund. :: Cover Reveal ::

Working Stiffs :: A M/M Vampire Romance Charity Anthology ::

Not all vampires are idly rich. Some of them have day jobs. Er, night jobs.

In a world struggling to come to grips with the existence of vampires, where reactions range from excitement to fear to determined disbelief, these vampires are just trying to make ends meet. Some of them do mundane work—like waiting tables or driving a cab. Others have more prestigious careers in medicine and crime prevention. But what all their jobs have in common is people. Unpredictable, interesting, frustrating, hostile, helpless, tasty people.

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Dream Weaver by Dez Schwartz :: Roam Book 3 :: New Release

Dream Weaver by Dez Schwartz :: Roam Book 3 :: New Release

Ethan Roam has faced a lot of nightmarish challenges—finding out he’s a sandman, falling in love with the man who once hunted him, and thwarting attacks from The Order of Azoth, a secret occult organization set on using his bloodline to conquer the universe by controlling immortality. And the battle is far from over.

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