Chills, Thrills and Spills

The Chills, Thrills and Spills Bundle

This bundle has $62 worth of fantastic fiction for a price you choose.

The Chills, Thrills and Spills Bundle

Novels, novellas and short stories guaranteed to make you feel uncomfortable, create that sense of ‘something-isn’t-right-here’ or just plain scare you. The ‘Chills, Thrills and Spills’ bundle covers horror, thrillers and fantasy and is sure to keep you awake at night. What more do want from a good book? Well, here – for a price you choose – you can have a dozen.

The 12 Books in this bundle …

David Sloma’s Boi meets Grl is a story about a centuries old, lovesick vampire.

When Count Wildheim discovers he’s lost the necklace of his long dead lover, he wants it back at any cost and sends his vampires on a killing rampage to retrieve it.

Rebecca M. Senese’s A Reluctance of Blood is a story about a college student whose life is turned upside down by a vampire attack.

Sebastian is not a full vampire yet. Stuck between vampire and human, he struggles to stop the horror from taking over.

Can he ever be human again?

J. D. Brink’s Hungry Gods is a spandex adventure for adults. Imagine the Avengers and Watchmen meets The Walking Dead and Pulp Fiction.

Superheroes. The Undead. ‘Nuf said.

Eric Stringer’s Confessions of a Professional Psychopath is a fast-paced story exploring a skewed human mind.

Psychopath Charles Claymore Task provides details of his life to a film crew, showing how he was molded into becoming a freelance hit artist.

Michael Jasper’s Family Pack is a paranormal mystery about fatherhood, responsibility, and taking control of your own life, one full moon at a time.

Some family curses really should be passed on…

Lisa Maliga’s The Wilkes House Haunting is part horror, part psychological thriller.

Curtis Angeles moves from suburban Chicago to a rural Florida town in search of peace, quiet and privacy. Instead, he almost loses his life uncovering some deadly deceptions…

Lucy Eldritch’s The Young Vampire’s Survival Guide is the first book in the ‘New Breed Vampires’ book series.

Student Robert James never asked to be bitten. He didn’t want to be the leader of a new breed of vampires. Thing is: he wasn’t offered a choice.

Douglas Smith’s Chimerascope is a collection of sixteen of his best stories, including an Aurora Award winner, a Best New Horror selection, and eight Aurora finalists.

Stories of fantasy and science fiction that take you from love in fourteenth-century Japan to humanity’s last stand, from virtual reality to the end of reality, from alien drug addictions to a dinner where a man loses everything.

Chuck Heintzelman’s Pact of the Banshee is a quick-paced tale. When the Banshee returns to the village woods and terrifies the villagers with its nightly screams, the cycle of murders start again.

Young Sean Collins sets out to find and destroy the menace. But will he succeed when his friends and family turn against him?

Dean Wesley Smith’s Heaven Painted as a Poker Chip asks a simple question: What happens if ghosts can fight crime and bad guys?

Just fifteen minutes after Dr. Jewel Kelly meets Deputy Sheriff Tommy Ralston, they both die.

The strangest crime-fighting ghost duo ever. And the sexiest.

Campus Chills contains thirteen tales of terror edited by Mark Leslie.

Featuring stories by Kelley Armstrong, Julie E. Czerneda, Kimberly Foottit, James Alan Gardner, Sephera Giron, Michael Kelly, Nancy Kilpatrick, Susie Moloney, Douglas Smith, Brit Trogen, Edo van Belkom, Steve Vernon and Carol Weekes.

Stefon Mears’s The Patron Saint of Necromancers is an urban fantasy novel where Hoodoo and Vodou join obscure Eastern magic and wild Western practices in a gumbo that could only be brewed in Portland, Oregon.

Conjure man Heath Cyr plies his gris-gris in the streets of Portland, Oregon, a modern-day nexus for wizards, witches, and stranger things.

Indulge yourself in the Chills, Thrills and Spills bundle and, while you may not sleep tonight, you’ll enjoy every delicious, spine-shivering moment.

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