Unremarkable by Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee
Genre: Supernatural Thriller
“Yesterday morning my life was great; I had a new job and a beautiful girlfriend. Then I end up in the middle of a gunfight, my girlfriend dies, and I find out that not just one, but two of the biggest gangsters in Chicago are both after me to steal the same thing for them from the Feds. What the hell is happening to me?”
In 1920s Chicago, postal employee Saul Imbierowicz is unwittingly swept up in a city-wide conflict between rival gangs, federal agents, and supernatural forces beyond his control.
After striking out on his own from his overbearing Jewish family, Saul quickly becomes involved with the seductive and mysterious Moira. He soon becomes mixed up in the events of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, witnessing the shooting and fleeing from the scene after Moira takes a bullet and is presumed dead.
However, Moira is far from dead, and due to her influence Saul finds himself increasingly entangled in the rival factions seeking control over the city, coming face to face with Bugs Moran, Al Capone, and the federal agents pursuing both.
Everybody wants something from Saul, but will he be able to save himself and his family, and uncover the supernatural secrets of the city, before it’s too late?
The Blood Singer by Patrick McNulty
Genre: Supernatural Thriller
Sometimes only a demon can save you…
Beaten and left for dead as a young child, Haden Church was raised by the mysterious Ministry of Wraith where he was taught to hone his dark talents. Now, as an adult, he uses those same demonic skills to track down evil.
When an innocent girl is kidnapped and buried alive, Haden needs more than just his ability to resurrect the dead. If he’s going to find her in time, he’ll need a little help.
The Blood Singer, a devil Haden once tried to kill, has the skills he needs, but her price for participation could be Haden’s life.
A Graveyard Visible by Steve Conoby
Genre: YA Horror
The graveyard visible from Caleb’s bedroom window grows a little bigger each day. He sees funerals there every evening, but nobody is dying. Misha, the strange girl who lives there with her grandfather, takes an unwanted interest in Caleb, and he can’t shake her off. But he’s sure those peculiar mourners, the same ones at each graveside every time, are forcing her into rituals against her will… Caleb, still reeling from the death of his mother, soon finds himself deep in a world of the dead in this chilling YA horror novel; will it be too late for him to climb back out?
Invisible Me by Debbie Mack
How to join the “in” crowd by spying!
SOLO MEDALIST WINNER IN THE YOUNG ADULT CATEGORY OF THE 2015 NEW APPLE BOOK AWARDS!
FINALIST IN THE 2016 IPNE BOOK AWARDS
As a military brat and albino, 13-year old Portia Maddox has bounced from school to school and is the perennial outsider. So when Denise Laughton, the most popular girl in her class, asks for her help in exchange for an invite to Denise’s big birthday party, Portia jumps at the chance to go. But there’s a catch: Portia must spy on Randy, Denise’s boyfriend, to find out whether he’s cheating on her.
It seems like an easy task. However, Portia’s spying unearths a tangled web of duplicity, hidden agendas and family secrets. And when Portia’s budding friendship with social outcast Judy and her feelings for Randy conflict with her plans to befriend Denise, Portia must make hard choices for the good of all.
Be advised the book contains some language that may be objectionable to some parents.
Wildfell by London Clarke
Genre: Paranormal Suspense
After a traumatic experience with her graduate school professor, Anne Fleming disposes of all her possessions, boards a plane, and plans to check out of life. But a chance meeting on an international flight leads her to Wildfell, a gothic mansion north of London. At first glance, Wildfell seems like the perfect place to hide out, and Anne is intrigued by its strange atmosphere and history of disappearances and deaths. But echoing voices, ghostly mists, a mute girl with a sketchbook full of murders, and a possessive landlady force her to confront her deepest fears.
Anne’s budding romance with gorgeous Irish actor Bain Tierney holds her to the house. But when Wildfell tenants begin disappearing and dying, Anne must decide if she trusts Bain. Is anyone in the house who they claim to be? Or are there are other forces at work inside Wildfell? And will they ever let her leave?