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Doctor Albert Keptopolis, physicist and student of the occult, sets out to devise a theory of paranormal phenomena. One day, he comes home bearing an arcane book and mysteriously disappears. Lillith, his young mistress, calls the police. Martin Kopinski, a hard-boiled detective, is assigned the case, as he must cope with the occult, demons and ancient gods. In addition, he falls in love with Lillith, a friend commits suicide by tearing his own heart out, he meets a witch who can turn herself into a telepathic cat, and encounters a horrible dragon-like creature. The trail leads him and Lillith into strange other worlds of the elder gods, where danger lurks everywhere. Excerpt Purchase

 

Castle Darkest Night is a dark fantasy in the Gothic tradition. It concerns a Medieval castle, a woman on the edge of madness, the paranormal, obsessed scientists, mysterious events, murder, a torrid love affair and an unholy experiment. Amy is led from horror after horror which sinks her into a quagmire of death, madness and sin. And what of the young Ray Smart? Will he save Amy from the horrors that haunts her? Or will he tempt her into a  forbidden love affair? Excerpt Purchase

 

Sally was a farmer's daughter, dissatisfied with her life until she meets the mysterious Karl, an extremely attractive man, kind 
and loving, with an air of mystery about him. Why did she only see him after dark? What were his visits to the local undertaker about? 
Why did he live in an abandoned mansion? And what was his 
connection to the wolf that had been hanging around the farm? Although she had fallen in love with him, the answers struck terror into her heart. Worse things were to come. A terrible family secret was revealed to Sally, and an evil man was out to destroy her one true  love. =Excerpt PPurchase

 

Karl and Sally must travel from Chicago to Seattle to Paris, visiting haunted mansions, vampire-ridden castles, ghastly catacombs, to save himself, his farmer's daughter love, from vampire hunters and demonic enemies. As he lies helpless in a coffin, he relives the terrors and memories of his past life - and the evil he has committed. Will Karl and Sally survive to consummate their relationship some day. Excerpt Purchase

The adventures of Charles Winterbottom, archeologist of the Indiana Jones sort, buffoon and a unrepentant womanizer. As Captain Sally, the spaceship commander of the Mars expedition, says, “Another fine mess you’ve gotten us into, Charlie.” After a lot of hanky-panky aboard the spaceship, they explore the Cydonia area of Mars, are trapped in an underground catacomb, arrested by seven foot, green skinned Martian priests, sentenced to be sacrificed to the demon god Azathoth and have misadventures with Cthulhu, the Yeti Queen, the Dark Gods of Lemuria, And Other Terrifying Creatures of the Night including dinner with the Lord of the Undead. Excerpt Purchase

Charlie Winterbottom is in a bad way. He is broke, has lost the last of his money and his lucky floppy hat in a poker game, and his girl friend, Honey Bunn, has left him for his archeologist rival, Heinrich Schmidt. In addition, his friend, the physicist, Aaron Gamostein has vanished. In an attempt to recoup, he goes on a hunt for the Eye on the Pyramid with Gamostein's lovely assistant, Isabella Juliet, the brainy Boris Ambitchov, and the evil Doctor Sivana. The hunt leads them to a museum, a graveyard, and encounters with the evil secret society, The Darkinati, and the wicked witch, Haleem. The hunt continues to India, the Land of Oz, the Bermuda Triangle, Atlantis and Frankenstein's Castle. Has Charlie's bungling caused Gamostein to become unstuck in time? Will Isabella allow him to get to second base? What is the importance of the Eye on the Pyramid? More danger and laughs with the foolish, yet courageous, archeologist. Excerpt. Purchase.

 

When Linneus took the key from his pocket and examined it, it seemed to be a plain, ordinary, old-fashioned iron key, somewhat ornate, but still only a key. Yet, something about it intrigued him to no end. What door or chest did it unlock? Does it have something to do with the ancient ruin of a castle he'd struggled so hard to reach? What drew him to the castle against the advice of his uncle? There was the inscription on the antique box and the psychic's prediction. Mysteries upon mysteries. Fate has led him to this formidable and daunting castle, with its fearsome towers and cold stone blocks. Soon he would find out its secret. Excerptpurchase

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