The Children of Red Peak by Craig DiLouie

After Emily's suicide, her childhood friends meet again at her funeral for the first time in 15 years, and it brings up a lot of unresolved trauma. They were the only survivor's of a mysterious death cult that was based at Read Peak. What really happened there that day? And should they go back and …

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The Amityville Nuisance by Mike MacDee

Henry Holiday is a necromancer, whose life is disrupted when his ex-girlfriend, who is also a beautiful snake haired Gorgon, bursts into his life and pays him to attend a family gathering as her plus one, in an effort to find out what's really going on with her brothers money making scheme at the old …

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The White Crucifixion: A Novel About Marc Chagall by Michael Dean

There's something about the lives of artists that are endlessly fascinating. Perhaps it's because of their daily routines as artists that mean that the structure of their lives is so different to the average. Perhaps the fluctuating finances of creating peicemeal work seems romantic, or there's something about the creative mind that's so compelling. Often, …

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Six Tudor Queens: Katharine Of Aragon, The True Queen by Alison Weir

There's something about Henry VIII and his wives that is endlessly fascinating. I've read a few different books about him, his wives, and also his children, most especially Elizabeth I. One of the best historians of the period, and one of the most easily accessible, is Alison Weir. Her works on the period are incredibly …

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