An Atmospheric and Eerie Tale: The Curse of Misty Wayfair

With little more than a name and place to direct her, Thea Reed arrives in Pleasant Valley to look for the mother who left her on the steps of an orphanage years earlier. When her search leads her to a mental asylum, Thea utilizes her skill as a post-mortem photographer to access the place. But her hunt unearths more than she bargained for. It reawakens the ghost of Misty Wayfair, a woman murdered decades earlier who townsfolk claim haunts the area and especially one family in particular.

Flight or Fright: Ladies and Gentlemen… Your Captain Is Dead.

This is one of the best anthologies I have read in a long time. Co-edited by Stephen King and Bev Vincent (both of whom have stories included), we take a trip through the not-so-friendly skies and are reminded just how vulnerable we are riding in a tin can at 20,000+ feet. The book includes murders, gremlins, zombies, dead bodies and missiles, all of which are in the air with you, whether you are flying in a new jumbo jet, or a World War II era prop plane. Recline your seats and hold on, this ride is about to get bumpy!

Serpentine Does Not Disappoint

Laurell K Hamilton has done it again.  Serpentine is the 26th Installment of the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series, and it does not disappoint. Hamilton is the queen of Urban fantasy novels, and Serpentine is sure to show you why she is at the top of this genre.  With the last few books in the Anita universe there have been complaints from the fan base that the books have focused too much on sex and polyamorous relationship drama. However, fans should be overjoyed as Serpentine delivers a well -balanced novel that includes Anita’s crime fighting as a United States Marshall while not ignoring the men in her life and their wants and needs.