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                                                                                Fear Factory: Horror Stories                                                 by John Raptor

Fear Factory: Horror Stories John Raptor

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8 dark, disturbing, and creepy stories by John Raptor (author of the controversial/provocative Trigger Warning and Hell High):

1. SINNER

In the windy streets of Chicago, near Millennium Park, a serial killer is cutting out prostitutes' eyes and replacing them with big black buttons--but that's not the strangest part. FBI Agent James Harris is witnessing these murders as they take place. Not with his eyes, but in his mind.

Weirder yet, The Prostitute Killer is privy to James' sins: the affair with his FBI partner and the night club where he picks up girls.

The killer believes that he and James share a twisted past, and he wants two things: 1. For James to confess his sins and 2. A meeting with James--in private.

If James does not comply, the killer will make sure James' wife and daughter end up looking like those dead whores.

2. Bloodlust

In this dark, psychological thriller, a head injury transforms a brain surgeon into a serial killer.

When a thug shoots brain surgeon Alex Dien in the head, he slips into a coma and awakens a blood-thirsty monster. Voices whisper in his ear, prompting him to stab, drown, and strangle. Soon, the bodies pile up and the FBI gets involved. In the end, Alex must choose to listen to the voices in his head, or save his wife and daughter--from himself.

3. Veritas

Special Agent Pillar LaPorte goes to Hell, North Dakota, to investigate the Mark of the Beast Murders: two victims--one burned alive, the other with his face slashed open--both marked with 666. Teaming up with her is Father Adam Harris, a local priest who is part of a group called Veritas (Latin for "Truth"), which investigates miracles, stigmata, and demon possession. Pillar suspects a local Mormon Bishop is responsible for the murders, but Adam believes it may be something more powerful: a demon, or possibly, God.

4. Dark Side

Jean wakes up in a world he does not recognize, on the run with three others from something called the Mafushcuhi: mutants who survived a nuclear holocaust. No one remembers who they used to be. Their brains have been pumped full of drugs, memories, personalities. Within one of them is the key to the universe that will allow the Mafushcuhi to open a portal in space and time, and stop the holocaust from ever happening. But doing so could disrupt the space-time continuum and destroy everything. Jean questions whether he can really trust his companions--after all, he has no memories of them. Are they being truthful, or do they have another agenda?

5. The Nightmare Project

Jack and Julie constantly have nightmares with one thing in common: a man in a long black trench coat, his face hidden beneath a rain hat. In a private lab, doctors monitor Jack and Julie's nightmares through something called the Dream Feed. Most the doctors believe the shared dreams can be explained by Carl Jung's collective unconscious, but one crackpot believes that the Dark Man is actually a demon. Jack and Julie discover the truth when they decide to confront the Dark Man in a shared nightmare.

6. Forward

In the small town of McClusky, North Dakota, a girl is stabbed to death after receiving a disturbing email. Her two best friends, Elsa and Eric, are terrified when they too receive the email: a picture of a dead woman on a stretch of highway.

7. Tommy

George Perkin's cat is possessed by Satan--which is rather unfortunate. With the help of three living-breathing clichés (religious fanatic, dumb blonde, and rapping black guy), Perkins must stab the cat through the heart with a dagger dipped in Evian water. Unfortunately, a possessed cat may be the least of their problems.

8. Flagg Hill

At a Christian summer camp in the Black Hills of South Dakota, a boy meets the love of his life. But things turn ugly when a psychotic pastor shows up. This demented man believes sexual purity can only be obtained through bloodshed. Girls vs Boys--the campers must play the most dangerous game of all.

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                                                                                Dead Boys: A Novel                                                 by Gabriel Squailia

Dead Boys: A Novel Gabriel Squailia

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"If China Miéville, Neil Gaiman and Hunter S. Thompson had a ménage à trois, Dead Boys would be the lovechild. A cracking book" (Jay Kristoff, New York Times–bestselling author of Darkdawn).
 
A decade dead, Jacob Campbell is a preservationist, providing a kind of taxidermy to keep his clients looking lifelike for as long as the forces of entropy will allow. But he's willing to leave behind his career, his home, and his fortune to find the man who cheated the rules of life and death entirely.
 
According to legend, the Living Man is the only adventurer to ever cross into the underworld without dying first. It's rumored he met his end somewhere in the labyrinth of pubs beneath Dead City's streets, disappearing without a trace.
 
Accompanying Jacob on his quest are the boy Remington, an innocent with mysterious powers over the bones of the dead, and the hanged man Leopold l'Eclair, a flamboyant rogue whose criminal ambitions spark the undesired attention of a shadowy ruler. Together, they embark on a perilous journey through an underworld where the only certainty is decay.
 
"Squailia's super-charged prose swings from bone-crunching action to meditations on the meaning of life and the mysteries of death. It's an exuberant mashup." --Brendan Mathews, author of The World of Tomorrow
 
"Squailia's characterizations are refreshing . . . A novel that pleads to be made into a macabre stop-motion animation." --The Guardian, "Top 10 Books About the Afterlife"
 
"Exquisite worldbuilding alongside a mix of humor and philosophy . . . This underworld is a fascinating city." --Publishers Weekly

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                                                                                Hello Darkness                                                 by Sam Best

Hello Darkness Sam Best

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The good people of Falling Rock are disappearing one by one. An ancient evil lurks in the valley below the town--an evil that preys not just on the bodies of its victims, but on their sanity as well…

After the death of his wife, Ben Howard returns to his childhood home in the small town of Falling Rock, Colorado. Along with his four-year-old daughter, he hopes to make a new life for his family, free from the painful memories that still haunt them both.

But old memories die hard. Visions of Ben's deceased wife follow him to Falling Rock...and that's just the beginning. Something is hunting his daughter from the shadows, watching and waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

As his world collapses around him, Ben must join with the few who remain to destroy a malevolent force that will not stop until it consumes every last human soul.

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Salem Burning by Daniel Sugar

Salem BurningDaniel Sugar

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In 1692, a disreputable young man named Kyle Edwards breaks his engagement by accusing his fiancee, Lilly Parris, of witchcraft.

Kyle is a liar; he does not believe in witchcraft, he is simply trying to get rid of Lilly. But Kyle is in for a shock because, as it turns out, Lilly really is a witch.

"Salem Burning" is a fast-paced, brand-new take on the Salem witch trials.

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