Book List in Order:9 titles

  • Good Home Cookin': The year is 1987 and the story follows the Riffletts, who own a restaurant called Hunger Pains. If only the people dining in knew where the meat came from that they were consuming... Dylan Masterson, lead singer of the rock band Fo...


  • BOOK 1, GOOD HOME COOKIN', IS NOW FREE! In the third book in the horror/thriller series, the stakes are higher than ever for the Rifflett family. The police are aware that something is amiss due to the no response they receive from hailing Officers W...


  • From the author of Dark Horizons, Good Home Cookin', and the bestseller Haunted, comes a twisted thriller that you'll devour in one sitting. Your favorite family, the Rifflett's, are back in this dark, suspenseful sequel to Good Home Cookin' that pic...


  • From Book 1: When it comes to making history fun, Uncle John is second to none!Uncle John takes readers on a journey through the ages, shedding new light onto some of the past’s most famous (and infamous) figures, and digging up obscure history...


  • From the author of such works as Dark Horizons, E.V.I.L., and the bestseller Haunted., comes the first in a series that will keep you biting your nails in suspense, cringing in horror, and asking for more. The year is 1987. Running a restaurant can b...


  • From the author of The Mirror, E.V.I.L., and Haunted comes a short story collection filled with thrills, excitement, horror, and suspense. A boy with extraordinary powers must make a life-altering choice on his thirteenth birthday, an obsessed fan ge...


  • From the author who brought you "The Mirror" and "E.V.I.L.," comes a new horror/thriller that will keep you reading late into the night. Greg Sanders was looking for a fresh start after finding out that his wife had been cheating on him. Fairmont, We...


  • Cue the pretend drum-roll: Keats's parents have a big surprise. No, they're not having a new baby. It's -- wait for it, wait for it -- a family road trip! Okay, so this is not exactly the birthday present Keats had in mind (no iPod?!), but when Dad...


  • Manny /ma·ne/ n A male nanny or babysitter, known to be handsome, fabulous, and a lover of eighties music "Be interesting." That's what the manny tells Keats Dalinger the first time he packs Keats's school lunch, but for Keats that's not...