The Great War is over, its fires quenched. The guns are silent. The Dead are waking.Meg van Helsing grew up with a book in one hand and a wooden stake in the other, a crucifix always around her neck. But the world has changed, and the monsters she hunts with her friends are less frightening than gas burns and shell shock. The ghost of the War looms darker than Dracula’s shadow.Until the night one of her friends disappears.Now, they are under constant attack, beset by the blood-hungry corpses of un-dead soldiers at exactly the moment another monster appears: an incubus, lethally attractive. The young man offers help, and Meg wants to believe him. If only she could convince her friends she is immune to his spell.Someone wants them dead at any cost. The answer lies in old books, dark sorcery, and a secret kept for twenty-five years, written in blood. If Meg wants her friends to live, she’ll have to open her eyes.
"There was a dead body on Sandie's back porch, and it was trying to get in."But this is no zombie; something stranger is hiding inside the rotting shell. What do you do when you meet an injured alien spirit that feeds on emotion and can play human feelings like a violin? Name it John Doe, give it a guitar, and move heaven and earth to help it get home, if Sandie has her way. She doesn't realize that babysitting an alien could result in such a weird collision of music, emotion, and faith.And Sandie must tread with care, because this thing has the power to manipulate minds, and even the creature itself doesn't know what will happen when it finally heals.
A murder. A betrayal. A war. Jadwiga Dąbrowska, dream-eater, wakes from her own murder in a bizarre mirror world, chained body and soul to a terrible being, the Shadow’s Face. With no choice but to obey the Shadow, she must contend with forces outside her understanding, fighting in a war that will never end. She can’t be sure that her freedom was a fair price for her life. Kim Reed has spent years searching for a lost friend, but her search is interrupted by war. An ancient wizards’ Circle is reaching for power, backed by black magic. With her own magic atrophied and her past making her an object of suspicion, she is not ready for politics, war, or spies manipulating her dreams. All she wants is her friend back, but there are Shadows standing in her way.
Sherlock Holmes is legend, but his sister was lost to history. One hellish night, Morrigan Holmes ruined everything. Fleeing scandal and grief, her only choice is to run. In the darkness of London’s streets, a child is kidnapped before her eyes, and she barely escapes the same fate. Adrift, she seeks help in strange quarters: a radical suffragist, a half-blind journalist, a sinister physician, and the enigmatic street boy, Magpie. As the kidnappings continue, something dark begins to take shape in the mists. Still Morrigan cannot escape the family she devastated. Could Sherlock be her salvation… or her destruction?
It begins with the breaking of a gentle monster. A medium cannot kill. A medium must not kill. And a medium should never become a vampire. Lenny played human, kept his head down, never took a life, until Sebastian came. Torn away from his comfortable life, he is plunged into an endless night of manipulation, death, and blood. The only light in the dark is Kim, a young wizard tasked with destroying Sebastian. She is determined to save Lenny from the monster controlling him, but the monster growing inside him will be harder to kill. Unknown to all, the existence of a vampire medium has sparked a war...
In the midst of a building magical war, Kim Reed thought she had found a bit of peace, a silver lining. Lenny, the friend she lost years ago, is safe, the monster who kidnapped him is dead, and this war cannot last long with so much raw power ranged against the enemy.But Lenny is not the man he was. There is something dark in him, something growing stronger by the day. Something that has caught the attention of the Shadows that live between the worlds.She knows she cannot fight her many battles alone, but allies are few and far between. Jadwiga, the mora, remains secretive and aloof, and Kim's old friend Daniel has a bloodier past than she had ever dreamed.And it is possible, just possible, that worse is coming than war. As Shadows close in, and the Veil between worlds grows tangled and thick, Death has gone missing, and soon, ghosts will crowd the living from the face of the earth.
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