Book List:16 titles


  • Big Daryl wanted nothing so much as to make Anja happy. She was beautiful, his intended, and he wanted to give her the wedding ring of her dreams. Only trouble was her dream was beyond what his wallet could afford, but he was in the fancy jewelry sto...



  • All anybody in the barrio talked about was The Boy. A kid who touched people and cured them of whatever ailed them. Even raised them from the dead, or so a little girl was claiming on the TV. Audie Cardozo ignored the news. He had a problem. He owed ...


  • Paulie bought the voodoo doll from the peddler as a goof. Make a wish, hesaid, any wish and it will come true. Paulie didn't believe him, the dollwas just a way of blowing off steam, so when he wished Tina, his bitch of awife, would just disappear, h...


  • An heir of John Buchan and Rider Haggard, Holland is a storyteller, dealing in mysteries and marvels ... he holds the reader's attention in an iron grip' DAILY TELEGRAPH 1878. The golden days of dinosaur discoveries. In the still-Wild West, fossils ...


  • It is 1878 and Captain John Paley Dawkins, an English amateur palaeontologist, has staked his meagre inheritance upon an expedition to find a pterodactyl, set up by geologist Sheldon Prescott. Wary of Prescott's wilful daughter Lilian, they are soon ...


  • Egypt, 1922: the Valley of the Kings. After years of fruitless labour, the archaeologist Howard Carter discovers a mysterious tomb, sealed and marked with a terrible curse. But what is the nature of the tomb's deadly secret? And what is the web of st...






  • It's summertime, and Toot and Puddle's little cousin, Opal, is visiting Woodcock Pocket when she discovers that she has a loose tooth. Opal carefully places it under her pillow and hopes the tooth fairy will bring her a shiny quarter. Worried that th...


  • Dr. John Eliot's search for a missing friend leads him to the seductive Lilah--who will not rest until she has coaxed Eliot's most monstrous impulses out into the open--in this mesmerizing tale set in the back streets of 19th-century London....


  • Wiltshire, during the dying days of Oliver Cromwell's Republic. Robert Vaughn is the son of a Parliamentary officer, investigating a series of grisly murders which suggest a link with Satanic rituals. Led along a dark path to vampirism and beyond, he...


  • By the author of "The Vampyre", this novel is set during the late 1880s. Scientist Jack Eliot returns to London after a disturbing event halts his research in India. A friend has vanished, and as he penetrates the mystery, Jack enters a new world of ...


  • The famed nineteenth-century poet and rake, Lord Byron, comes to life in a searing blend of fact and fiction, a shockingly brilliant novel with all the hypnotic power of Caleb Carr's The Alienist and the best of Anne Rice. Traveling in the mountai...



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    Part fact, part fiction, this is the story of the enigmatic poet, Lord Byron. The vampire first appears in a story written by Byron's physician. Byron's reputation was such that his contemporaries read it as though the story approached the truth. Wha...