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The Total Novice’s Guide To UFOs: What You Need To Know
(The Total Novice’s Guide)
by T.L. Keller

A glossy guide for those with open minds, this book is written for the novice and the more knowledgeable alike. Voyage to otherworldly places and understand the reality of UFOs, alien beings and how they get from wherever they are to Earth. This book is part of The Total Novice’s Guide series of books intended for those who know little or nothing about a particular subject, have open minds and want to know more.
Night of the Living Dead Night of the Living Dead: Behind the Scenes of the Most Terrifying Zombie Movie Ever
by Joe Kane

This is the true story behind the classic zombie movie created by George Romero. The author is one of the film’s first generation of fans and a key journalist in the horror genre for more than four decades. This book gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the original, as well as its sequels, spin-offs and imitators, examining how the film broke and rewrote horror-movie rules and its ongoing impact on international popular culture.
echoes of erebus Echoes of Erebus
by Joseph Picard
Zombies, demons, aspiring gods, and recycled fish. A father that lives in your head wouldn’t be so bad if he wasn’t the killer of millions. At least it’s comforting to know that he didn’t murder the fishes used to create your body. Or the seagull. Sarah hides her illegal nanite origins in an effort to build an ordinary life, but the legacy of dad’s horrors makes it difficult. Especially when new but familiar zombie-like abominations begin to appear in the city. (from Amazon.com)
Crossed Genres Year One Crossed Genres Year One
by Bart R. Leib and K.T. Holt (eds.)

12 diverse stories traversing the breadth of speculative fiction! From the pages of Crossed Genres: the magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy with a twist! (from the back cover).
The Code of the Zombie Pirate: How to Become an Undead Master of the High Seas The Code of the Zombie Pirate: How to Become an Undead Master of the High Seas
by Scott Kenemore

When I received this second book from Kenemore, I opened it up randomly to a page and found this chapter title: “Yo, Ho, Ho, and Now Let’s Eat Some People (a.k.a. “Prey”). I chuckled for good 5 minutes. The book promises to teach me how to select my zombie pirate crew, find a vessel worthy of the crew, select the proper attire for my crew and more … all from the comfort of my home.
Mozart's Blood by Louise Marley Mozart’s Blood
by Louise Marley

Octavia Voss is an ethereal singer whose poise and talent belie her young age. In truth, she is a centuries-old vampire who one “shared the tooth” with Mozart himself … (from the promotional bookmark)
Alternate Reality Ain't What It Used To Be Alternate Reality Ain’t What It Used To Be
by Ira Nayman

Step into new worlds by reading news dispatches from the Alternate Reality News Service, which regularly gets the scoop on The Associated Press, Reuters and the rest of this reality based competition. (from the back cover)
What Were Once Miracles Are Now Children's Toys What Were Once Miracles Are Now Children’s Toys
by Ira Nayman

Without fear, favour or the faintest connection to a universe that makes sense, Alternate Reality News Service reporters strive to bring you the most interesting, informative or least expensive news from the multiverse. (from the back cover)
Ashwood by Cynthia Kraack Ashwood
by Cynthia Kraack

“Combining elements of The Handmaid’s Tale and Jane Eyre, Ashwood presents a vision of the future that is familiar and chilling (with an energy crisis and food shortage just part of its dystopian vision). Its protagonist Matron Ann takes her place among classic tales where the heroine battles the forces of evil, deciphers friend from foe, solves a mystery, risks her life and unexpectedly finds love. The result is a swiftly paced page turner.”
РDavid Mura, author of Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire, Turning Japanese, Where The Body Meets Memory, The Colors of ­Desire, After We Lost Our Way, and Angels for the Burning (from the back of the book)
Rise Again by Ben Tripp Rise Again: A Zombie Thriller
by Ben Tripp

Forest Peak, California. Fourth of July. Sheriff Danielle Adelman, a troubled war veteran, thinks she has all the problems she can handle in this all-American town after her kid sister runs away from home. But when a disease-stricken horde of panicked refugees fleeing the fall of Los Angeles swarms her small mountain community, Danny realizes her problems have only just begun.
The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told
Edited by Martin H. Greenberg

A huge volume of paranormal crime fiction by bestselling authors compiled by the world’s most prolific anthologist. The volume includes novellas and short stories from Jim Butcher, Anne Perry, Mercedes Lackey, Ron Goulart, Norman Partridge, Mike Resnick, Laura Resnick, John Marco, Michael A. Stackpole and many more.
Skeletons in the Swimmin' Hole: Tales from Haunted Disney World by Kristi Petersen Schoonover Skeletons in the Swimmin’ Hole: Tales from Haunted Disney World
by Kristi Petersen Schoonover

In this anthology of ghost stories set in Disney Parks, a thief is haunted by her sticky-fingered past; a woman wants an angry spirit to stop torturingher; a teenager demands her parent expel her wicked sibling; and a pilot wishes to unload his eerie cargo.
Journey to Virginland - Epistle 1 by Armen Melikian Journey to Virginland – Epistle 1
by Armen Melikian

On a quest to find meaning to life, Dog questions the very foundations of his world. With satire, irony and wit, Dog exposes the lies and corruption of Dreamland and leaves us questioning the fact and fiction in our own lives.
The Ghosts of Belcourt Castle by Harle H. Tinney The Ghosts of Belcourt Castle
by Harle H. Tinney

From the man buried in concrete under the banquet hall to the poltergeist in the library, there’s hardly a room in Belcourt Castle that is specter free. In this book, Tinney shares her experiences with these paranormal occurrences during the more than 50 years she has lived in Belcourt Castle.
Vampyre 2000: Life to the Lifeless by Christopher F. Benson Vampyre 2000: Life to the Lifeless
by Christopher F. Benson

The tale of Cornelius, an African man who was turned into a vampire during transport to America to become a slave. After being thrown overboard and drifting ashore to New England, Cornelius roamed freely from city to city, undetected by the naive population of individuals who never suspected they were at risk of becoming the victim of a seemingly fictitious creature. Two hundred years later, Cornelius finally discovers a person who gives his violent, lonely life meaning, but the secrets from his past resurface and threaten his happiness — and the life of his newly found beloved.

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