The Devil’s Bible
A masterpiece of art and knowledge, the Codex Gigas is believed the lifelong work of a Benedictine monk, Herman the Recluse. Part bible and part encyclopedia, his opus held everything known to be good in the thirteenth century world.
It also held a secret — five pages so terrible they were said to be able to change wars. Too heinous for man, the monks guarded the pages for centuries, but in the monastery’s waning years, they were separated, hidden across Europe, and hoped forgotten.
In 1916, the British Army learned the location of a single page. Unable to believe the story nor dismiss the temptation, men were dispatched to recover the artifact from occupied France. They would soon discover, with good reason, the Codex had another name.
The Devil’s Bible.
With New York Times bestseller
Road rage has gone too far. A young man dies in a fiery blaze when his classic muscle car is shoved off a mountain road in Colorado.
Jess Kimball is assigned to cover the case for Taboo Magazine. Right from the start, Jess suspects murder. But where’s the motive?
Working with Denver PD and the FBI, she confirms the killer was an expert sniper, and as she uncovers a drug and money laundering enterprise worth millions, she becomes the killer’s next target.
Now he’s stalking Jess.
And he only needs one fatal shot …
The Bridge at Boulat
For Australian Sheila Hudson, an overnight cabin on the luxurious Blue Train to the south of France seemed like a dream. Befriending a stranger, Dominique Babineaux, turned out to be an adventure, the evening passing in a blur of wine, stories and games.
Until her friend disappeared.
Staff gave blank stares at the mention of Dominique’s name, other passengers had no memory of her, and no one believed her last words – that the next bridge would collapse.
As they sped through the night, Shelia knew their fates were intertwined, but why would only be answered on the bridge at Boulat.
By The Light
Stories of sirens, tales of ghosts.
Pirate gold on islands afar and spirits united in rusted cars.
Dreaming dogs, lovestruck teenagers,
the devil’s hand in the onset of war.
Stories spanning good and evil.
Complete. Concise. Different.
And waiting for you.
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Paris Love Match
Piers Chapman had seen Paris,
in pictures, movies, and books.
What he hadn’t seen was the mobster,
the dictator, and the trained killers.
Or the diamonds they were chasing.
But it was Paris, the city of love,
and a girl had already stolen his heart.
What could possibly go wrong? .
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