Johnny Junk (Unabridged)
Everyone had given up on the lost children. The parents have destroyed and – as well as possible, rebuilt their lives. THen the phone rings, and a father hears his daughter’s voice. Everything changes. What happens When four fathers venture onto the reclusive Johnny “Junk” Curtis’s property in search of their missing children is far worse than their imaginations could have conceived. In a castle of booby traps and junk, they uncover secrets better left alone – and meet the truth behind the legend of “Johnny Junk.”
Originally published as King of Souls.
Broken Angel (Unabridged)
Life in Clearwater was quiet, even a little dull for Grim, but it was better than the time he’d spent on the streets of Seattle. Then the strange girl arrived, abandoned at a roadside diner. Drugged, sick, with no memory of her past.
Grim had a bad feeling about her from the beginning but he didn’t say anything when his foster mother, Clara, took her in. If anyone needed a home, it was this strange, sad girl. Clara’s new Angel.
Michele had always been a good girl, was never in trouble. Then Angel came, and the very night the strange girl appeared, Michele killed a man. It wasn’t murder, but it didn’t matter. When her old friends shun her, Michele finds friendship again in Clearwater’s other outsiders: Grim and Angel.
As Angel’s health improves and her memory returns, the hot Clearwater summer becomes increasingly strange. Insanity creeps through the small town like a plague, spawning violence, and no one is immune. And death has arrived in the form of a shadowy figure lurking in the woods at night.
A Face Full of Ugly: From The Misadventures of Butch Quick (Unabridged)
A simple fugitive recovery assignment turns into another misadventure when Butch Quick meets Sharon Fitch, a Paradise Valley street dealer turned police informant. The scum of Paradise Valley is about to find out just how ugly Butch can get.
Shannon Pitcher was trying to forget the brutal murder of her ex-husband and the loss of her only daughter, when fate brought her to a lost, scared little girl named Charity at the gate of an abandoned and haunted place called Feral Park. Now she must save Charity from the same Bogey Man who killed her own daughter, and from the wild children of Feral Park.
Gordon Chambers has searched for six years for his daughter. Even when his estranged wife is found slaughtered and his daughter, Charity, disappears, hope remains in the form of strange dreams. Gordon follows a trail that leads him to the small city of Riverside, Washington, and Shannon Pitcher. After years of living as prisoner of the fairytale monster that killed her mother,
Charity has escaped. But the Bogey Man wants her back, and he will not stop until he has her. There is only one safe place for her now, but the price of safety will be more than her innocence; it will be her soul. The key to her escape may be the very thing that makes her so special to the supernatural killer. Feral is a tale of love, loss, and childhood fears come back to life.
Big Trouble in Little Boots: From The Misadventures of Butch Quick
Big trouble comes to Butch Quick in the form of Go-Go Gidget, the Dancing Midget. When an interstate stalker tracks Gidget down to the nightclub where Butch works, it is up to Butch to make sure she doesn’t end up a statistic.
Midnight Blues (Unabridged)
Jerry Conway is old, sick, heartbroken, and nearly used up when the old car comes back into his life, hungry for vengeance. With Jerry’s help, Midnight Blues tracks down the men responsible for the death of his wife. But what does Midnight Blues and his lost love’s angry spirit have in store for him, the man who failed to protect her?
Gripping, touching, and sometimes humorous, Dragonfly deals a powerful range of emotions from love to hate, hope and loss. Knight does more than show you the blood; he lets you feel the pain. Dragonfly, Brian Knight’s first collection quickly marked Knight as an emerging star in the crop of new genre talent. Reviewers and readers alike have praised Dragonfly, which received four honorable mentions in The Years Best Fantasy & Horror.
This edition includes: Baby Girl, God’s Bug Zapper, Naked Hostility, Lost, Sleeping With the Dogs, My Secret Lenore, The Enigmatic Harold Blue, Muddy Waters, Nobody Loves Me, Don’t Toy With Me, Wunderland, Who Killed Little Betty?, Rain, and Dragonfly.