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Book: Dark Side of the Rainbow by B.J. Myrick & Hazel Hart
Unforgettable short tales of dark fiction where-- A woman on the brink of madness plots evil revenge against local bully boys who killed her cats in The Dark Side of the Rainbow. A woman inherits an Egyptian mummy with instructions for activating its powers and making her every wish come true. Then she learns the mummy has desires of his own in Kiss Mummy Goodnight. A woman finds eternal love, [...]
 
Book: Is it madness to be mad at madness - Political satire at it's best by Eugene Williams
Satire is not dead it just has been held hostage by people with no sense of humor. Is it madness to be mad at madness. Is one of those stand-up comedy bits that pokes fun of persons from the past but not that far past President Bush, Linda Vester and others Spike Lee and it's to makes light of everything and everybody, so lighten up and Free the Satire "No Satire no Peace", Who said that, where [...]
 
Book: Lost in Madness - The Dead Walk by Marcus Hearn
Lost in Madness - The Dead Walk is a story about a man's struggle for survival. A violent storm rages outside. When the power goes out, Jim and his fiancee Jen, find themselves in serious trouble. Evil stirs in the darkness. The two are forced to find the courage to overcome their fears and face the horrors in the darkness. I am a huge fan of horror and zombie genres, so writing this was a lot of [...]
 
Book: Everybody Bleeds by L. J. Forster
The Rich, The Powerful, The Feared... Death respects no-one, and Layla-Rae Bryce is one of his favourite agents. A woman haunted by the death of her two young sons, living the life of a recluse, shunning all contact with the outside world; lost in an abyss of despair and loathing. The perfect candidate to join the ranks of a sinister agency dealing in the lucrative murder-to-order industry, where [...]
 
Book: Enslaved by Illusions by Iryna Andriyevska
"Have you ever seen eyes of kitten, which was first acquainted with the snow? You open the door - it looks with fear and curiosity unspeakable on white "veil" which beckons with it's cool voice. At this moment nothing else gets hold attention of kitty. Here it is one paw timidly immersed in this cold down and her little soul permeates incredible feeling, as if the whole world holds this lovely [...]
 
Book: The Mindbender by Keith Lawson
Ike Turner is a self-confessed mass murderer. For small town Detective Frank Harman it seems like an open and shut case but there is something strange about Turner. When the killer claims that he is part of an organisation capable of mind control Frank is certain that his prisoner is insane. But Turner's predictions start to come true ... If he is what he claims then the whole world is in trouble [...]
 
Book: Open Mic Night at the Asylum by Warren Siegel
The Rands are Washington's ultimate power couple. Anne Bennett Rand is the senior senator from Arizona, Francis Rand is the now retired long time head of the CIA. They have high political ambitions for their son, Tom, and they recognize that military service would round out his resume. The Vietnam war is winding down. The Senator wants to keep Tom stateside. Francis feels the boy should [...]
 
Book: Muses and Meanderings by May J. Panayi
Muses and Meanderings is a collection of essays, articles, comic sketches, and general ramblings. It is something to dip into when you fancy something a bit different, want to promote a discussion, or need a slightly different, possibly somewhat warped, take on life. I make no apologies for my political or religious leanings; if you don't like them, please feel free to use them as a jump off [...]
 
Book: Memoirs from the Asylum by Kenneth Weene
What is it like to work inside a state hospital or to be a patient in such a hospital? What is it like to live inside the mind of such a patient? This tragi-comedic novel takes the reader inside the asylum, inside the worlds of three central characters: a narrator who has taken refuge from his fears of the world, a psychiatrist whose own life has been damaged by his father's depression, and a [...]
 
Book: Never An Orphan Soul by Paul Arendt
Never an Orphan Soul is for those who find themselves lost in the madness of our mad new century. Gerard is culturally homeless, an American descendant of the wandering German tribes, frustrated, bored, working his father's trade in his father's shop, with an identity he neither owns nor understands. Randolph is an unemployable maniac who believes in every god there ever was, and he is on a [...]
 
Book: The Unravelling - Children can be very very cruel by Thorne Moore
From the Top Ten Bestselling Author of A Time for Silence - When they were ten everybody wanted to be Serena's friend, to find themselves one of the inner circle. But doing so meant proving your worth, and doing that often had consequences it's not nice to think about - not even thirty-five years later. Karen Rothwell is randomly reminded of an incident in her childhood which just as suddenly [...]
 
Book: Madness by Catherine Winters
Five Stars: "The tragedy of Madness is also the beauty of it..." ~Natasha Jackson, Readers' Favorite - Madeleine Holbrook has decided she's done with men. Ian McLaren has decided he's ready for Madeleine. Jacob Turner hasn't decided anything. Among the rich and miserable of Denver, Madeleine's career as a professional mistress has been an open secret. But at the ripe age of twenty-seven - and [...]
 
Book: The Reluctant Savage by Billy Ray Chitwood
Marcie Madden and Billy Jay Campbell were high school sweethearts and very much in love. Separated by years of military service and advanced education, they reunite and find themselves suddenly in a world of mystery and intrigue. Billy's best friend and co-worker is murdered. Marcie's husband is a law partner with a man of evil who thrives on power and greed. More murders and more greed later, [...]
 
Book: Knights of Madness - The Quest for Spiritual Truth by Adrian Holland
Our consciousness is our very own built in time machine... Have you ever considered the possibility of past lives? Do they exist, and if they do how can you access them? This book is the account of one such life which appeared as the result of regression therapy. It documents a time when the old ways were being replaced by the new religion sweeping Briton. Luke, the second son of a Northern King, [...]
 
Book: Coma Sins - The Madness of Ben Bluman by Steven Nedelton and Joseph Parente
The world is filled with good-hearted folk, but Ben Bluman is not one of them. Here is the story of a troubled man whose unsettled past reveals itself in a series of comatose dreams. Are they simply dreams...or his past revisited? If you have never met the devil incarnate, here's your chance to meet Mr. Ben Bluman in person. "A nail-biter of a tale from Steven Nedelton and Joseph Parente..." [...]
 
Book: Worship the Night by Mary Vigliante Szydlowski
ENSLAVED BY DEMONIC PASSION! Her mother's death freed Lea from a lifetime of repression and frigidity, only to make her the helpless prey of erotic fantasies and nightmare terror. Alone in her mountain cabin retreat, Lea's body and her very soul are subjugated to a phantom from the depths of Hell, who demands that she worship at his evil shrine. To transform the demon into the flesh-and-blood [...]
 
Book: Out-Of-Mind Experiences - Thirteen Tales by Lori R. Lopez
Ever heard the expression don't judge a book by its cover? Well, here's one you can. The cover art (by the author) conveys a fine line between "mad" and "madness". This diverse collection merges an array of genres such as horror and humor, modern and mythic, historic and supernatural. Sometimes gripping, often quirky, these tales are always inventive and thought-inducing. Journey through a broad [...]
 
Book: Apocalypstick by Gregory Carrico
A Kindle Top 100 Free Book in Anthologies and Short Stories If a man's behavior suddenly and inexplicably changes, it is probably because of a woman. Or rather, the man's perception of a woman. The two stories in this book explore the dark paths set by male leads and the warped lens through which they view the opposite gender. Killing Tiffany Hudson: This post-apocalyptic science fiction tale [...]
 
Book: That Way Madness Lies - The Mayan Immortality Curse by William Rand
Divorced, middle-aged and living alone, Gene Gatz is an archaeology professor whose best years are behind him. When he heads off to Spain on a summer expedition to explore a castle with a colleague, he discovers a rare Mayan codex and a mysterious diary written by a Spanish conquistador. Gatz learns that the codex allegedly holds the secret to eternal life. But the transformation comes at a [...]
 
Book: Midnight Madness (The Witches of New Moon Beach Book 3) by Meriam Wilhelm
As if Olivia Merriman doesn't have enough to do in her beloved town, New Moon Beach, now her grouchy great-grandmother has recruited her to head up their coven of witches. Her sisters are miffed, the coven is pushing her to accept the job, and to top it all off an evil wizard is messing with her love life. What's a witch to do?
 
Book: Listen to the Shadows (Night Corridor, Nowhere to Hide, Chill Waters, The Abduction of Mary Rose) by Joan Hall Hovey
LISTEN TO THE SHADOWS - SOMEONE WAS STALKING HER. NOW HE'S FOUND HER... When artist Katie Summers emerged from a four-day coma, she remembered all too vividly the horror of that night - the terrifying dead eyes that had stared back at her in the rear view mirror, causing her to crash her car. But nobody believed her. Even the enigmatic and disturbingly attractive psychiatrist, Dr. Jonathan Shea, [...]
 
Book: Bipolar Bits - Manic Madness To Depressive Depths (My Bipolar World) (Volume 2) by Sylvia Meier
Bipolar disorder can be chaotic, and cause you to live your life in bits and pieces. Anything more can be too much, and the disorder itself lends to falling to bits. Within the pages of "Bipolar Bits," author Sylvia Meier gives insight into bipolar disorder in a method that mimics the very disorder she lives with. In bits and pieces the life of a woman living bipolar is revealed. In both mania, [...]
 
Book: The Madness Analog (A Matt David Thriller) by Carl Proujan
The Madness Analog : "...a totally new type of terrorist plot ... so brilliantly conceived, and so cunningly carried out, that America won't even know it has been attacked until it's too late ..." (Ray Simmons, ReadersFavorite.com) The Madness Analog: This heart-stopping addition to the growing genre of terrorism fiction follows Special Agent Matt David, a Mossad/FBI counter-terrorism [...]
 
Book: Full Moon Over Faulconbridge - Murder, Madness and Magic in the Blue Mountains of Australia by Victor Spiegel
Murder tips the balance and awakens the indigenous creation spirit of the Blue Mountains demanding that The Rent must be paid at the next Full Moon Over Faulconbridge. A guilt-ridden martial arts monk, an ambitious reporter and a were-kangaroo must join forces to defeat a mad woman before the entire continent of Australia is swept clean.
 
Book: Surrounded By Madness - A Memoir of Mental Illness and Family Secrets by Rachel Pruchno, Ph.D.
"What was the likelihood my adopted daughter would have my father's hazel eyes and my mother's mental illness?" In this fiercely candid memoir, Dr. Pruchno, a scientist widely acclaimed for her research on mental illness and families, shows how mental illness threatened to destroy her own family. Not once, but twice. As a child, she didn't understand her mother's episodes of crippling sadness or [...]
 
Book: The Imaginary Emperor - A Tale of Old San Francisco by Steve Bartholomew
Sometimes the only path to sanity is through madness. San Francisco, 1859. Joshua Norton, desperate to survive, sees madness overtaking America. He has lost his fortune and believes the country is losing its mind. In a flash of insight, he finds the answer to both problems. He will become Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico. He will issue proclamations to make things right.Now [...]
 
Book: The Night Poet by Robert N. Story
There is a fine line between sanity and madness... When five-year-old Viktor Szabo flees the havoc wreaked upon his beloved Hungary by the Nazis, his father vows that his son will no longer have to suffer the cruel cycle of Fascism and Communism which has visited his homeland for decades. But his father's promise cannot shield Viktor from the mind-bending ravages of a visitor that comes to him in [...]
 
Book: Sophie's Calgary Stampede by Mary Maxie
The world famous Calgary Stampede, the richest rodeo in the world, takes place every July in Calgary, Alberta Canada, drawing well over a million visitors to the site in only ten days. When a Washington corporate lawyer arrives in the city, which is also the center of the Canadian oil industry, to ten tays of parties & mayhem, little does she know her future will be determined by her chance [...]
 
Book: Midnight Road by Jason Kessler
Midnight Road is a poetry collection I was inspired to write by the at times painful works of Charles Bukowski. It covers approximately two years of extreme change in my life. I began writing it towards the end of a turbulent relationship with a woman I was dating in Italy. I had quite a bit of free time on my hand so it seemed like an interesting thing to do. Very quickly it became my new [...]
 
Book: Rickety Bones by Magnus Hansen
Rickety Bones is a series of 10 loosely connected short stories. The main character is Riktus - a mortitian who finds the meaning of life through death. But this knowledge is too much for him to cope with - he slowly descends into madness. After spending a few years in a mental asylum, he decides to write a book on philosophy, detailing his unusual outlook on life...
 


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