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{October 27, 2012}   The 99 Cent Club–Feature 17–Ten Books for Ten Bucks

Every Saturday I run a feature for the 99 Cent Club, and below are the eBook picks for this lovely Halloween weekend!  These caught my eye and are (currently) ONLY 99 cents (most on Amazon AND Barnes and Noble–I checked). I don’t know if these are permanent prices, so please don’t shoot the messenger, and double check pricing before pressing the buy button. Enjoy!

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Wings of the Divided by C.J. Sullivan

Fallen angel Laphelle has been sent on a mission to modern-day Earth, along with two of his comrades, to start fresh chaos behind the scenes. But everything changes when he hears the sound of the violin one fateful night. The heavenly music stirs thoughts of his life before the Fall, a time he does not consciously remember. Confused and intrigued, he begins to spiral out of control when he discovers he can actually play the violin with stunning talent. This unknown skill, along with the surprising relationship he develops with the violin’s owner, pushes him to question his role in the war of good and evil.

An emotional, character-driven adventure, at times humorous and fun, and at others dark and horrific, Wings of the Divided is the first book in an epic trilogy that explores the sacred bond of friendship, the universal power of music, and the question of redemption

Find it at AMAZON.

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Gateway Drug by Scott Nicholson

The first hit is free, and then there’s no turning back. Ten tales of horror and suspense from bestselling author Scott Nicholson.

A boy learns the true and terrible price of love. A man learns that fast cars and fast women don’t mix, even when they’re dead. An artist has an unhealthy obsession with his latest masterpiece. Collected from the pages of Cemetery Dance, Northern Horror, Book of All Flesh, and other publications. Includes the exclusive afterword “One Sick Puppy” and bonus contributions from British horror and dark fantasy legend Tim Lebbon and prominent Australian horror writer, Shane Jiraiya Cummings.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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American Horror by Scott Nicholson, et. al

A collection of horror stories from award-winning authors, featuring vampires, zombies, monsters, serial killers, and other creepy creatures of the night.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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 Cemetary Psalms by Danielle Bourdon

A collection of 5 short ghost/horror stories.

The Haunted Carousel- From chasing the urban legends of Corona to visiting Mr. Pitchord’s creepy house, the seniors from Corona High, 1985 get more than they bargain for when they run across an old carousel on the deceased owner’s property. Amidst a wicked storm, Donovan and his friends find that the ghost of Pitchford is the least of their worries.

Petrified- Surlee’s, Big Sur California, is the place to go to get unusual petrified statuettes. For Ramona and Tom, the beautiful agony depicted on the expressions of the carvings became an all too real horror when they realized Surlee’s secret for success.

Music Box- Sometimes, true love really does last forever.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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Zombie Games (Origins) by Kristen Middleton

Seventeen year old Cassandra Wild thought living in the chaos of her mother’s home daycare and dealing with her developing feelings for Bryce, her new Martial Arts’ instructor, was a struggle, until the night her world turned upside down. When an untested vaccine kills more than just a rampant flu virus, Cassie learns how to survive in a world where the dead walk and the living…run!

This is a young adult title with some language, violence, and mild sexual situations recommended for ages sixteen and up.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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Devil Music and 18 Other Stories by David McAfee

From the author of 33 A.D., The Lake and 17 Other Stories, Saying Goodbye to the Sun, and NASTY LITTLE F!#*ERS comes another collection of short, twisted horror stories.

NOTE: This collection was previously released as A Pound of Flash.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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WNWG Presents by Lawrence Payne, Joseph Arrowsmith, Kimm Koocher, Anthony Marchionda Jr.

Four rustbelt baby boomers from Youngstown, Ohio joined together to form the Wednesday Night Writing Group. Here are 20 examples of their short fiction collected into a single volume. The book is divided into four distinct sections. This allows each of the WNWG members room to showcase their particular talents and attitudes. The spectrum of interest in our group is a wide one. In this book there are stories of mystery, romance, humor, horror and social commentary as well as a few that transcend the boundaries between these categories. But no matter if the action takes place in the old west, a high school, or a holding pen, every story is beautifully illustrated and captures the essence of each tale in an insightful and evocative way. Please join us. We know that you will be entertained.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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Robin’s Cap by Esmerelda Bishop 

Robin’s Cap is a re-release of a story originally published in March 2008 by Freya’s Bower.

Tales of ancient evil surround Hermitage Castle. What happens when legend becomes reality? Graham Parish and Kat Davis are about to find out.

What started as an attempt to save a relationship turns into a frantic fight to save their lives. Can love be rekindled when faced with certain death?

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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A Vampire’s Victory by Ellen C. Maze

Three-hundred-year-old vampire Carey Pullman knows how to lay low. He doesn’t sparkle, he doesn’t befriend the mortals, and he dresses-down in flannels and torn jeans to blend in. “Don’t attract attention” has been his motto all of his life. When a “Seer” named Anna crosses his path one night, Carey realizes right away that it is kill or be killed with her type. But Anna has not yet become “aware” of her vampire-annihilating abilities…should he destroy her anyway? Victory will come, but it is not always sweet.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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House of Flies by Rosca Marx

Out of numbed, desensitized, stricken minds – in search of killing all essential humanity – the ‘elder blow’ was born.

Rebellion against the drug is a bloody effort for two young sisters who have long sought liberation from its smokes and the dead bodies that result and pile.

The winters are cold, the bludgeons are red, and hunger is an unbelievable phenomenon as these girls go to the worst of lengths to sever their loyalties to those who listlessly created the most destructive high imaginable and at large on the modern illegal market.

And deep down inside a house of flies the human effort is made manifest to rot and blow. Buzz like a bug, and explode like a bomb.

Find it at AMAZON or BARNES AND NOBLE.

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