In 1911, Atlanta’s African American community was terrorized by a serial killer that preyed on young bi-racial women, cutting their
throats and mutilating their corpses. The killer was never found. In the 1980s, more than twenty African American boys were murdered
throughout Atlanta. In 2011, another string of sadistic murders have begun, and this time it’s more brutal than ever.
Carmen Mendoza, an investigative reporter working forAtlanta’s oldest newspaper. has uncovered a link between the three murder cases
suggesting an unending series of murders going back more than a century. If she can solve the murders, she may find the key to ending
the violent curse grippingAtlanta’s Black community. If not, she might just become the next victim.
From J.F. Gonzalez and Wrath James White comes a novel of hatred, prejudice, extreme violence and bone-chilling terror.
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Years have passed since thrill killers, Selma Baxter and Derek Thomason, were brought to justice. For the families of their victims, these have been years of mourning and sorrow and even relief. But things have changed. The victims of Baxter and Thomason's crimes are returning to their loved ones. They bring no messages of affection, no joy, no optimism, no promises of closure. They bring nothing but torment and dread.
The house on Ash Street has burned to the ground. What lived inside, now roams free.
"Lee Thomas always has something on his mind beyond the scares. And he presents it eloquently." —Jack Ketchum
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Manhattan died, along with much of the country. Twelve-year-old Janelle lost her family in one horrific night and managed to escape into a no-longer-recognizable city. As she struggles for survival, she comes across something much worse than the decimated landscape, much worse than the enemy soldiers patrolling the streets night and day. Another force has been unleashed, one hell-bent on destroying the invading enemy—but now that they’re out, there’s no turning back.
“O’Rourke digs down into some loamy soil—what she comes up with is disturbingly dark and often very funny.”—Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Next Door
“O’Rourke writes with rare confidence and style. Though undoubtedly disturbing and sometimes brutal, still her work has something quite rare and special—heart.”—Tim Lebbon, author of Echo City
“What Monica O'Rourke brings to horror and dark (often erotic) fantasy is something the genre really, really needs—a voice that's not just unique but is incredibly and beautifully readable.”—Teri Jacobs, author of The Void and Secret of the Bones
In 2005, twenty year-old Joseph Miles went in search of a cure for a disease he was convinced was turning him into a monster. The result was a killing spree that left a string of dismembered and cannibalized bodies from San Francisco to Seattle. Eight years later, after being tried and sentenced to life in prison, Joseph is still searching for a cure. To do so, he must first escape from super maximum security prison where he has been involved in underground death matches sponsored by the prison guards and has been targeted by two of the prison's most dangerous inmates.
Joseph enlists the aid of a lonely female guard with a history of inappropriate behavior with inmates, and a young model named Selene whom Joseph met in art class when he was still a psychology student. She has followed him obsessively over the years and will do anything to help Joseph escape. But could Selene be even more dangerous and twisted than Joseph Miles? Is she really trying to help him find a cure or does she have darker motivations?
Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road by Brian Keene, Edward Lee, Jack Ketchum, Bryan Smith, J.F. Gonzalez, Wrath James White, Nate Southard, Ryan Harding, & Shane McKenzie
There is something wrong with Arrianne. Since she and her husband moved into their dream house, Arrianne has been overcome with the most perverse urges and desires. And then there are the dreams and the deviant and repulsive pornography that pops up on her computer screen, images of bestiality, Roman showers, coprophillia, sadomasochism, and sex with the lowest dregs of society. Her husband, Chuck, thinks she's losing her mind, but he loves her new ferocious sexual appetite too much to complain. But Arrianne knows, something isn't right. This isn't her. As she slowly uncovers the sordid history of Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road, murder, torture, suicide, and insanity, she begins to suspect a connection between her recent fits of psychotic nymphomania and the house's violent past. When she acquires the diary of Lucy Pearson, one of the house's original owners, she finally understands the extreme danger she and her husband are in.
From the demented imaginations of nine of horror fiction's most extreme authors comes a novel that blurs the lines between the erotic and the horrific, the grotesque and the absurd, fiction and reality. And no one is safe, not even the authors themselves.
Brian Keene, Edward Lee, Jack Ketchum, Bryan Smith, J.F. Gonzalez, Wrath James White, Nate Southard, Ryan Harding, and Shane McKenzie
All proceeds go to Tom Piccirilli and his family.