Killing the Devil by Paul Michael Peters

Five great stories mapped out to lead you through some diabolical plots. Each one deals with the devil, beginning with a surprise and ending with one. Each original, and creepy, without being downright scary.

After you read this book, you will understand that you are responsible for your own darkness.

The devil shows up when you go look for him. If you don’t prickle and jag with him, you may never meet him. He only comes when you call him and when asked. People who stay put and quiet do not interest him. He feeds on fear, hate, and other negative emotions, and finds a fertile ground whenever someone plants these seeds.

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The Rebellious Rancher by Kate Pearce

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Attachment to the land, hard work, and community, sets the folks of Morgantown apart from the everyday, and always brings them back to the ranch—where they might even find love . . . After his father decides to leave the ranch to his older brother, usually calm, steadfast Ben Miller struggles to deal with his resentment. When he’s invited to develop a trail riding experience on the Morgans’ dude ranch, Ben jumps at the chance. Soon he’s assigned a mysterious client, an actress whose family secretly wants her removed from influences in LA. Ben’s determined to teach her to fend for herself. But he quickly discovers she’s more than a pampered pretty face . . .

Silver Meadow believes she’s preparing for a serious dramatic role—one that will free her from her controlling parents. She’s certainly not going to be controlled by Ben, especially when he takes her out in the middle of nowhere to learn how to survive. Yet gradually, far from her cell phone, Silver begins to open up to him about her life—and finds they have more in common than they thought. Soon a romance blossoms—but can a jet-setting movie star and a homebody cowboy find the best of both worlds?

You Can't Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie

When the game is deception, nothing is as it seems in this novel of cunning psychological suspense by the #1 Amazon Charts bestselling author of I’ll Never Tell.

Do you want to play a game?

Twelve years ago Jessica Williams escaped a cult. Thanks to the private detective who rescued her, she reintegrated into society, endured an uncomfortable notoriety, and tried to put it all behind her. Then, at an airport bar, Jessica meets a woman with an identical name and birth date. It appears to be just an odd coincidence—until a week later, when Jessica finds her bank account drained and her personal information stolen.

Following a trail of the grifter’s victims, each with the same name, Jessica gathers players—one by one—for her own game. According to her plan, they’ll set a trap and wait for the impostor to strike again. But plans can go awry, and trust can fray, and as Jessica tries to escape the shadows of her childhood, the risks are greater than she imagined. Now, confronting the casualties of her past, Jessica can’t help but wonder…

Who will pay the price?

Becoming Bulletproof by Evy Poumpouras

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Confidence. Resilience. Fortitude. Courage. All are qualities we look to instill within ourselves and live by. Shifting from a powerless mindset to a powerful one is all about mental attitude. Former Secret Service Special Agent and star of Bravo’s Spy Games Evy Poumpouras shares lessons learned from protecting presidents, as well insights and skills from the oldest and most elite security force in the world to help you prepare for stressful situations, instantly read people, influence how you are perceived, and live a more fearless life. Enter for a chance to win 100 signed copies of Becoming Bulletproof by the author!

The Suicide House by Charlie Donlea

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Inside the walls of Indiana’s elite Westmont Preparatory High School, expectations run high and rules are strictly enforced. But in the woods beyond the manicured campus and playing fields sits an abandoned boarding house that is infamous among Westmont’s students as a late-night hangout. Here, only one rule applies: don’t let your candle go out—unless you want the Man in the Mirror to find you.

One year ago, two students were killed there in a grisly slaughter. The case has since become the focus of a hit podcast, The Suicide House. Though a teacher was convicted of the murders, mysteries and questions remain. The most urgent among them is why so many students who survived that horrific night have returned to the boarding house—to kill themselves.

Rory, an expert in reconstructing cold cases, is working on The Suicide House podcast with Lane, recreating the night of the killings in order to find answers that have eluded the school, the town, and the police. But the more they learn about the troubled students, the chillingly stoic culprit, and a dangerous game gone tragically wrong, the more convinced they become that something sinister is still happening. Inside Westmont Prep, the game hasn’t ended. It thrives on secrecy and silence. And for its

Hench by Natalie Zina Walschots

“This book is fast, furious, compelling, and angry as hell." — Seanan McGuire, New York Times bestselling author

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Anna works as a hench, a temp worker for supervillains. It’s not glamourous, but is it really worse than working for an oil conglomerate or insurance company? When she gets a promising assignment, she’s excited to be recognized for her talent – only to discover she’s the “diversity hire” to burnish the reputation of a supervillain. When the inevitable superhero fight ensues, Anna is the collateral damage. She’s badly injured – but she makes it out of the building alive, so she’s one of the lucky ones.

So of course, while she’s still in the hospital, she’s laid off.

Anna uses her new-found free time to dig into the world of superheroes, and discovers her experience is far from unique. By tallying up the human cost these caped forces of nature wreak upon the world, she concludes the difference between hero and villain is mostly marketing. And with the right application of social media data and viral videos, she can be the one in control of the public’s perception.

Soon Anna is once again employed, this time by one of the most feared villains on the planet. With unlimited resources at her disposal, she might just be the one to figure out how to save the world, one viral video at a time.