A murdered billionaire. A priceless statue. A reclusive cult.
In New York City, Homicide Detective John Decker arrives at a brutal crime scene. A man has been tortured and murdered in his own house, a sprawling mansion on the Upper East Side. But this is no ordinary home invasion. Nothing has been taken, and there appears to be no motive. Until beautiful Egyptologist Emma Wilson shows up with an enigmatic letter penned by the victim.
Soon Decker is thrust into a shadowy world of ancient beliefs, fanatical cults, and the quest for a priceless artifact – a rare statue of the Egyptian god Anubis.
With their lives in grave danger, Decker and Emma must solve the mystery, and stay one step ahead of a cult with one thing on their minds, the return of their god, and the judgment of mankind.
Some places should be left alone.
It’s been fifteen years since Ben and his father buried the time capsule in the woods on their last camping trip before his father’s death. Now Ben is returning to dig it up. But the woods are not the happy place they once were. What starts out as a weekend camping trip to rekindle old memories and have some fun turns into a nightmare for Ben and his girlfriend, Sally.
There’s something evil at the old campground, and it doesn’t want them to leave.
A paranormal ghost story that you won't want to read just before bed.
Whatever you do, don't look in the mirror.
Jaime thought he'd hit the jackpot when he found the antique mirror out by the curb, just waiting for a new home. Hours later the old mirror with the ornate gold frame was taking up pride of place in his apartment.
But there's something wrong.
The mirror harbors a dark secret, and before long Jaime and his girlfriend Cassie find themselves up against a terrifying supernatural force that has its sights set on them.
A tale of haunting that will make you think twice before walking past a mirror.