INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER! NEW EDITED VERSION.!!The last book in this series Nine, Ten … Never sleep again has just been released.!!Another serious page-turner from Scandinavian Mystery Fiction. Once you start One, Two … He is coming for you – there is absolutely no turning back. Book Description:Set in the Danish coastal town of Karrebaeksminde, journalist Rebekka Franck returns to her hometown with her six year old daughter. She is trying to escape her ex-husband and starting a new life for her and her daughter, when the small sleepy town experiences a murder. One of the kingdoms wealthiest men is brutally murdered in his summer residence in Karrebaeksminde. While Rebekka Franck and her punk photographer Sune try to cover the story for the local newspaper another murder happens on a high society rich man. Now Rebekka Franck realizes that the drowsy little kingdom of Denmark has gotten its first serial killer and soon a series of dark secrets – long buried but not forgotten – will see the day of light.One, Two … He is coming for you is the first book in Willow Rose’s mystery-series about the reporter Rebekka Franck and her photographer Sune. It is followed by Three, Four … Better lock your door.This e-book also includes an excerpt from Willow Rose’s newly released mystery-novel Itsy Bitsy Spider (Emma Frost #1)
You thought living was hard? You should try being dead … Dead less than twenty-four hours, with a job that doesn’t pay, a fashion disaster for a uniform and more afterlife rules than she can shake a stick at, Bridget Sway thinks it’s as bad as it can get. And then she finds a dead ghost stuffed in her locker.Since the police are desperate to arrest her for murder, Bridget’s new best friend convinces her the only way to save herself from an eternity in prison is to solve the murder themselves. With a handsome parole officer watching her every move, an outlaw ghost befriending her and two persistent mediums demanding her attention, solving the murder is not quite as easy as it sounds. And when “murder” turns into “murders” Bridget needs to solve the case … before she becomes the next dead body stuffed in her locker. Interview with the author What makes the Bridget Sway series so special?I think it’s a couple of things, to be honest. I read across genres, from cozy mysteries to paranormal mysteries to a wide range of chick lit. So when I was writing the Bridget Sway series, I wanted to incorporate all of my favourite elements of those genres into the series and the characters as well. That might sound like a bit of a strange mash up, but it blends together really well. From cozy mysteries, I stole the dead bodies and the amateur sleuthing because I love whodunnits! One of the things that can become frustrating in cozy mysteries, though, is the ditsy heroine that continually runs into dangerous situations. I wanted to make Bridget smarter than the average cozy amateur sleuth, so I gave her the sassy or snarky attitude of the strong female characters that are so prevalent in the paranormal mystery genre. I also borrowed a little of the sarcastic wit and humor as well. Because everyone needs a little humor when finding dead bodies!And, despite her being a ghost, I wanted to make sure Bridget Sway was relatable, so I made sure she struggles with friendships and personal growth just like everyone in real life. Both of these themes are dominant in the chick lit genre. All of this means that the Bridget Sway series has roots in all three genres; cozy mystery, paranormal mystery, and chick lit. I think this is what makes the series so popular because it appeals to a much wider audience.Who would enjoy the series? Really, anyone who loves a good whodunnit!With it being part cozy mystery it means there’s no swearing or sex, and no real blood—people aren’t getting limbs lobbed off—so it’s fine for younger readers. And, apart from the fact it’s set in the afterlife and the characters are ghosts, the paranormal element is fairly limited to that. It’s not a horror story by any stretch of the imagination. In terms of similar reads, I think if you enjoy Angie Fox’s Southern Ghost Hunter Mysteries, Angela Roquet’s Lana Harvey series or Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse/Harper ConnellyGrave Sight series then you’re in the right place! Do you have to read them in order? Nope, you don’t. They’re all standalone mysteries so you can read them in any order. That said, it is a series, so to get the most out of it I’d suggest the following order:Just a Touch Dead (prequel)Beyond DeadDeader StillA Little More DeadDead and Buried Bridget Sway: A Paranormal Ghost Cozy Mystery Series categories: Mystery SeriesCozy Mystery ParanormalGhost Amateur Sleuths
“We’ll bury her so deep, even her ghost will have a mouth full of dirt!”
When Rebecca Wallace arrives at Auercliff to check on her aged aunt, she’s in for a shock. Her aunt’s mind is crumbling, and the old woman refuses to let Rebecca stay overnight. And just as she thinks she’s starting to understand the truth, Rebecca makes a horrifying discovery in one of the house’s many spare rooms.
A dead body. A woman. Old and rotten. And her aunt insists she has no idea where it came from.
The truth lies buried in the past. For generations, the occupants of Auercliff have been tormented by the repercussions of a horrific secret. And somehow everything seems to be centered upon the mausoleum in the house’s ground, where every member of the family is entombed once they die.
Whose body was left to rot in one of the house’s rooms? Why have successive generations of the family been plagued by a persistent scratching sound? And what really happened to Rebecca many years ago, when she found herself locked inside the Auercliff mausoleum?
The Body at Auercliff is a horror story about a family and a house, and about the refusal of the past to stay buried.
Driven by vengeance…
One soldier declares war against the forces of darkness.
After a decade spent fighting the enemy abroad and keeping his country safe, Delta Force Operator Mark Talon is ready to settle down with the love of his life. But Talon’s world crumbles when his fiancée becomes the victim of a murderous cult. The military man now has a new foe in his crosshairs, and this promises to be a very different war.
The person responsible for his beloved’s death is a Silicon Valley tycoon allied with the forces of darkness. Fusing cutting-edge computer technology with an ancient evil, the enemy here cannot be stopped by bullets alone. If Talon is to be victorious in his mission of vengeance, he will need to master a new method of warfare — the arcane arts! He must become… the Occult Assassin.
“Occult Assassin moves like a bullet exploding from Talon’s 9mm Glock. ” — Nicholas Sansbury Smith, best-selling author of EXTINCTION HORIZON/ORBS.
The Occult Assassin series evokes the golden age of genre fiction: snappy writing and great plotting, larger than life characters, and a delicious mix of international intrigue and the occult.” — Layton Green, bestselling author of The Dominic Grey series
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All Thomas Weaver wanted was death. What he got was time travel. In 1976, Thomas accidentally killed his brother. Forty years later, he gave up and took his own life.Then he opened his eyes in his teenage bedroom and body, all memories intact, and his brother very much alive.Given a second chance, Thomas sets out to make things right. But, being a middle-aged man in a teenager’s body, facing a classmate destined to become a serial killer, navigating a new romance, and trying to remember what a quadratic equation is, makes even a second life a challenge.What would you do, if you could do it all again?The second Middle Falls Time Travel Novel – The Redemption of Michael Hollister – is now available. The third book in the series – The Death and Life of Dominick Davidner – is available on presale and will be published in December 2017.
Fifty years ago, four young girls in a small Spanish village began falling into rigid trances for hours, marching backward up hills, and levitating, seemingly, inches above the ground. Eyes fixed on a mysterious point in the air, they were mesmerized by something which was invisible to everyone else.
Specifically, the girls claimed to be communing with the Virgin Mary. What they said she told them sent shock waves throughout the Catholic world, and beyond—shock waves that are still reverberating today. The messages the four girls claimed to receive revealed a picture of a church in crisis and a world that faced an earth-shattering future that would unfold in their lifetime.
The girls’ pronouncements about coming trouble in the church and world were met with fierce skepticism from the first. Some charged the girls with being possessed by demons (based on the girls’ strange physical poses and apparent levitation), and others claimed the girls were putting on an act (revealing their true colors when they chose ordinary married lives instead of the convent). There was also a third body of critics: those who believed that a group of girls on the cusp of adolescence in a remote and insular society conjured up a psychodrama which, fueled by the spotlight and mounting frenzy, gained a frightening life of its own.
Of course there is another possibility–that the apparitions in Garabandal, Spain actually did occur, and that the mother of Jesus appeared with an apocalyptic warning for both the church and the modern world.
The prophecies of Garabandal foretell a World-Wide Warning and a Global Miracle, whose purpose is to convince a world reeling from one catastrophe to the next that God exists. But the Warning and Miracle, dramatic as they sound, are not even the most unsettling of the messages. One night, the young girls dissolved into screams. During this so-called “Night of the Screams,” the girls say they were shown a tragic chastisement that would befall the entire world if the Warning and Miracle failed to trigger global change.
As disquieting as those messages were, the Virgin Mary’s most shocking message at Garabandal was for the hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church, which was meeting at that time for Vatican II. Why were the messages of Garabandal so effectively suppressed? Did it have to do with the fact that the Virgin Mary presciently warned of coming scandal and turmoil in the Roman Catholic Church itself?
Did a portal open between worlds on a Spanish mountaintop in that summer of 1961? And if so, who opened the door–an angel of God or an angel of darkness? Was it the young girls’ flight of fancy one summer night that spun wildly out of control? Or was it a visitation from the Mother of Jesus filled with urgent concern for a church and a world that she deeply loves?
Now that the “girls” at the center of this drama are 60-year-old women, should their claims be discredited or re-examined? Are the apparitions bogus or fast-approaching their fulfillment? If the events are false, Garabandal is a fascinating and perhaps tragic human interest story with several explanations. If the events and warnings are true–then what do we do?
By the end of this book, readers can judge whether the appearances of the Virgin Mary to four young seers on a mountaintop in Spain were historical fact, a devilish fraud, or the creative confusion of four girls who would spend the rest of their lives trying to escape a human tragicomedy that they themselves had produced.
“Masterfully pulls off tense moments, horror, questioning whether something is real or not, and action. I highly recommend this book!” – OBC”If this first book in the World of Shadows series is any indication of what’s to come, I can’t wait for the next terrifying addition” – Momma Says Book ReviewsSomething strange is happening in the city of Everett, Washington and Father Niccolo Paladina is tasked with investigating possible demonic activity. Nothing is as it seems, however, and things quickly begin spiraling out of his control.When his path crosses with that of an old rival, they discover that things are worse in Everett than either of them could ever have imagined. Arthur is an Occult Hunter struggling to find some semblance of control in his life after his family was murdered. He’s finding it difficult to move forward and seeks to punish the person who betrayed him.They discover in Everett, however, that some stones are best left unturned. As Niccolo’s world collapses around him, he will be left with one terrible question: what is my faith worth