Kindle Titles On Sale

I’ve decided to have a bit of a sale over at Amazon. All of my titles that were more than $.99 have been dropped in price. I’ll leave them there through the weekend. If you’ve been waiting to get any of my stories, now’s the time! Click the titles and they will take you to the book.

Fetch – Father Ian promised his parishioner to investigate a mysterious sighting at the nearby cemetery. When he does and finds nothing out of the ordinary, he arrives at the man’s house only to find him dead. Evil is roaming the Irish countryside and has its sights set on the good Father.

Ma Coleman’s Faerie Giant – Father Ian gets a strange request from Garda Coleman. The large officer’s mother believes she’s seen a giant man on her property. Father Ian thinks there may be more going on than an old woman whose mind is slipping. He and Jared visit her farm to find out precisely what’s going on.

Ginnie Dare: Crimson Sands – Ginnie Dare is the communications officer for her family’s space faring shipping company. They arrive at Eshu for a routine supply drop and discover that the entire settlement’s population has vanished. Their search of the site reveals nothing out of place, except the people, but ends in a tense confrontation with the natives. During the conflict, Ginnie discovers an alien artifact that may be the key to diffusing the conflict. Can she decode the artifact before it’s taken by the Sector Defense Force? Will it help them to discover the missing colony’s fate? Or, will the whole thing spark an interstellar war?

Hostile Takeover – Mark has been given abilities beyond even his understanding. He plans on using them to take over his high school, starting with the local gang leader. His efforts put him in opposition to the school’s shape-shifting, butt-kicking protector. With enemies on every side, he’s forced to execute a hostile takeover.

Knife’s Edge – Maria Perez gets tangled up with the Dragon’s new Leader, James Durham. He makes her an offer she’d be wise not to turn down, one that has her dancing on the knife’s edge between life and death.

Agent Nicoletta vs The Pirates of Nemo – Marie Nicoletta agent of the mystical arm of Britain’s secret service, The Cross, is on a much needed vacation when she’s told that the cruise liner is in imminent danger. The pirate organization Nemo has a new submarine in the area and she must find a way to stop it without endangering the crew and passengers.

Power in the Blood – Reggie is growing more and more tired of the beatings and daily bullying he has to put up with. Finally, he finds a new source of strength, but will it be his undoing?

Two Steps From Hell – Laurent, a faerie sorcerer, lived for centuries. When it ended, instead of drifting into oblivion he awoke in Hell. After countless years of indescribable torment, a half-faerie half-human conjurer summons him to 21st century New Orleans. Laurent now has twenty-four hours to discover who used him as an unwilling murderer and to avoid a return to damnation. The only person on his side is the summoner’s sister, a half faerie police detective, investigating the murder he committed.

Far And Away (Anthology) – “Bitter Release” is set in the trench wars of World War One. A young soldier finds himself the sole survivor of a German attack and buried under tons of mud and stone. His only way out seems to be a case of spirits, but there’s more to the mix of absinthe and brandy helping him to escape.
“Hole Card” gives us a glimpse into a poker game on the edge of the apocalypse. The forces that run the universe are taking a little time out to see how the other half lives. For just a few hours their only cares are the riffling of cards and time with family. That is, until someone comes along who has a surprise up their sleeve.
In the third story an art student has an encounter with a spirit who can’t seem to move on. In an effort to help her, he builds “The Music Box”. Will the ethereal music free the little girl?
Finally, in “Bobby and Spinel” a little boy sets out to capture a dragon. As these sort of things generally go, he ends up with quite a bit of trouble on his hands. Both the boy and the creature want to escape the bonds of their entanglement and neither leaves unchanged.

Operation Barghest – Reporter Rebecca Brenner has come to former British agent Dr. Douglas Telford with news that the British Government is turning faeries into weapons of mass destruction. She begs him to help her uncover the truth in spite of the danger it would put them both in. He’s the only man with the knowledge, nerve, and adeptness in the magical arts to pull off the mission.They will face dark magic and evil fae twisted to serve man in order to uncover the truth.

The Battle of Wildspitze – Norris longed for adventure when he joined the service of his country. Floating through the frigid air above the Alps and trading unlikely stories wasn’t exactly his idea of fun though and he wished for something to break the monotony, anything. Little did he know that just beyond a distant pass lay the fulfillment of that wish. Were the rumors of dragons tamed by local privateers just that? Will Norris and his crew mates have the wizardry skill needed to overcome the obstacles ahead? Find out in the latest adventure co-written by Zach Ricks and Scott Roche!

Through A Glass, Darkly – A Horror Anthology – This combines the following short stories: “Fetch” – A parish priest investigates the death of his parishioner, only to be faced by the reality of supernatural evil. “Power in the Blood” – Reggie is tired of getting beaten down everywhere he turns. He finds a new strength, but at what cost? “A Good Samaritan” – Trudi and her friend stop on the road to help a stranded motorist and confront the walking dead. “The Good Doctor” – Selling potions and trinkets to protect people from the all to real supernatural perils that surround them provided the Doctor with a good living, but it may lead to his death. In one volume you’ve got demons, zombies, blood suckers, and werewolves. That’s a recipe for a good night’s reading, if not a good night’s sleep.

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