***A MISERY FILMS MOTION PICTURE***
New York literary agent Anne Harper is spending one week in the solitude of Michigan's upper peninsula. A small cabin, away from the world, where she can read manuscripts, relax, and be far removed from the madness of the city for a while.
Or, so she thinks.
When Anne finds a strange manuscript on her cabin doorstep deep in the wilderness, she is alarmed. How did it get here? When?
The manuscript, entitled BESTSELLER, is from none other than would-be author Gerald Morgan. A madman. A lunatic. He's written a story about a literary agent that is being stalked by a deranged killer.
And for Anne Harper, the nightmare begins at chapter one.
The Laurentian Channel
Three men-Ed Belmont, Jimmy Durand, and Phillip Keanan- have scoured the depths of Lake Huron, searching for a long-lost shipwreck and the secret that it holds. They will stop at nothing until they find it.
At the bottom of Lake Huron, Eric and Kari Randall have discovered a massive shipwreck. They are completely unaware of the ship's tragic and violent past. Nor are they aware of the ship's stunning cargo, lost long ago.
They are about to find out. More than just a mystery or suspense thriller, The Laurentian Channel is an epic heart-pounding novel of greed, adventure . . . and murder
Ron and Janet Borders and their two young children have just moved into their 'dream' home . . . an old, decaying lighthouse on the island of St. Helena, seven miles west of the massive Mackinac Bridge. For the next two years they will live on the island, alone, restoring and refurbishing the dilapidated building.
But something is very, very wrong. Strange things begin to happen . . . things that can't be explained. A face a the window. A bloody handprint.
Soon, it becomes more than apparent that the Borders family aren't the only inhabitants of the island . . . and now they realize that the forces they're up against are much stronger and more powerful than they could ever have imagined.
The World is Black and White
Heading out on his own, Geg Chappell, discovers that the real world is vastly different from what he's perceived. A sweeping panorama of people and places, the World is Black and White is more than a novel. It's a story within a story that is, ultimately, both heartbreaking and poignant.
The North American muskellunge is regarded as one of the fiercest freshwater predator fish in the world. Growing to lengths of over five feet, the muskellunge-or 'muskie' as it is called-is known to attack its prey simply out of sheer anger.
In Mullett Lake, Michigan, a very different muskellunge now inhabits the depths.
It is twelve feet long.
And the popular lakeside resort village of Courville, thousands of people have gathered to participate in the centennial celebration.
The carnage is about to begin.
The world was warned.
The last great flu epidemic near the beginning of the previous century killed millions upon millions of people. Now, a new super-flu has infected humans and wreaked havoc in every country of the world in a matter of days.
In Saline, Michigan, four teenagers are caught in this world gone mad. Those still alive must fight to survive. They will do whatever it takes to save themselves?and each other?in a world where only the strong survive and the weak will die. A world that, no matter what happens, will never be the same again . . . .
Season of the Witch
6 sinister tales! These short stories are:
'MISSED APPOINTMENT', a man has an unusual visitor as death suddenly appears on his doorstep . . .
'SPINSTER' is the story of a miserly old woman who receives a visit from a very special . . . and terrifying . . . little girl . . .
'SEASON OF THE WITCH': Curtis and Lauren Stanton move to an old farm home on Michigan's Old Mission Peninsula, where Curtis meets his hauntingly beautiful neighbor . . .
Ghosthunter Trevor Harris finds that most haunted houses he investigates are not true hauntings at all . . . until he discovers 'THE HOUSE AT 2629 WOODLAND STREET' . . .
In 'CALL FOR HELP', a 9-11 operator receives a grisly call from someone who has claimed to have killed his roommate . . .
A convicted serial killer grants one final interview the night before he is to be put to death . . . reporter Tom Caldwell gets his story, and a whole lot more in 'THE EXECUTION OF STEVEN MINARD'.