Great Summer reading - June releases
What if her perfect life wasn't so perfect after all?
"Brims with vivid imagery."�Jen Turano, bestselling author
The marriage is fake, but the passion is real.
A charity collection of 22, never-before-published, brand-new stories featuring and benefiting love and Happily Ever Afters across the gender and sexual identity spectrums.
A husband-and-wife disguise�His only hope for survival.
Who knew patrolling a National Park could be this hazardous?
Brave heroes who rise up to take down a treacherous gang bent on robbery and destruction, to keep their homes, and the women they love safe�
, June 2017 Monstrous
, March 2017 Grim Death and Bill the Electrocuted Criminal
Hardcover / e-Book
, June 2016 Savage
, April 2016 The Demonists
Trade Size / e-Book
, August 2012 In The House Of The Wicked
Trade Size / e-Book
, March 2012 Quest For The Spark
, March 2011 A Hundred Words For Hate
Paperback / e-Book
, March 2010 Where Angels Fear To Tread
, April 2009 Dancing On The Head Of A Pin
, January 2009 Mean Streets
, December 2008 The Flock Of Fury
, August 2008 Tremble At The Terror Of Zis-Boom-Bah
, May 2008 A Kiss Before the Apocalypse
, September 2007 Crashing Paradise
, August 2007 The Girl With The Destructo Touch
, August 2007 Billy Hooten: Owlboy
, October 2006 Stones Unturned
Mass Market Paperback
, June 2005 The Tears of the Furies
, October 2004 The Nimble Man
On Sale: July 24, 2007
Featuring: Billy Hooten
256 pages ISBN: 0440421802 EAN: 9780440421801 Paperback
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Billy Hooten is a weird kid. He gets beat up a lot, and
spends the rest of his time doggedly trying to build a
robot. One day, Billy Hooten hears a cry for help coming
from the cemetery that borders his backyard. Against his
better judgment, he runs toward it. And after that,
everything changes for Billy Hooten. Because Billy Hooten,
you see, is Owlboy. A quickthinking,
goggle-and-feather-wearing superhero who protects the
bizarre and monstrous citizens of Monstros City, a city that
exists under Billy's hometown of Bradbury, Massachusetts.
But is Billy truly worthy of the moniker Owlboy?
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