A man stands in a train station, with a frock coat, waiting for someone. Someone whose arrival means more to him than his own life. Someone who takes his breath away, because they breath the same air. Who stole stole his heart, because they shared the same blood. Whose music moves in his body like a missing piece of his own soul. But with the train lost in the high mountains, will it arrive in time? Or will he spend his last days on Earth waiting in vain for Train Time?More info →
From the industrial hell of 19th century Manchester to the high government offices of London, this century-spanning story chronicles the least favorite son of Britain's most powerful family--a mechanical genius whose curiosity and determination changed the course of history...by accident.More info →
Young men make rash choices. At nineteen years old, with no money, no food, and no hope, one man's choices start making themselves. As winter sets in and time runs out, he needs salvation anywhere he can find it--in a brothel, a dumpster, a gun, or maybe in a creepy old pawn shop in a broken down city at the edge of nowhere.More info →
When five-year-old Aldo wakes up his father at 3AM on Sunday and demands a giraffe, his father takes him on a giraffe-hunting safari.
Because when Aldo doesn't get his way, bad things happen.
But Aldo's father might reconsider if he knew the source of Aldo's power: A talking rat with its own designs on a toy giraffe, which can only be found in a dusty display case at a creepy little pawnshop way out on the edge of nowhere.More info →
Stephen got stoned so he could deal with the chemo, but it's his husband who really needs the drugs. After all, watching your partner of twenty years die of cancer can leave you courting bankruptcy, your life in ruins. It can drive you to steal, or cheat, or look for hope in a can of chicken-noodle soup you bought from the demonic pawnbroker at a creepy old hock shop at the edge of nowhere.More info →
A Lombard Alchemist Tale
Aliston Hayes loved three things: getting married, hats, and the late Jac Jarger. So when she got the chance to combine the three with the help of a demon-possessed cat and an ancient book, how could she pass it up?
How could she know that her enthusiasm would result in "The Incident"?