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Steven
Deighan

HORROR/ANTHOLOGY:  This book is an anthology of 14 horror stories on varying topics.  Each one stands alone and includes new characters and new circumstances.  The reader feels satisfied as each story is wrapped up before the next one begins.  They all have a Stephen King-like terror element, and many have an unexpected twist at the end.  As in all good horror stories, there is even a scary clo

GOTHIC:  Amelia Ambrose is ready for love, or at least she thinks she is ready for love. Amelia makes a list of potential boyfriends who could also be worth marrying. Her business partner, Grigg Edison, plans to help her find the perfect guy, even though he’s secretly loved Amelia for years. Grigg’s plan is to make sure Amelia puts him on her list and chooses him over all the other guys.

SCI-FI:  Rowan, Kiaya, and Kyle begin as strangers, carpooling from University of Phoenix to their respective hometowns, when a deadly virus kills infected victims all across the country. After Kyle becomes infected and dies in a hotel room during a pit stop in Texas, they team up with another stranger also making his way east.

SCI-FI:  Tess Camon’s parents were biomedical engineers researching prion diseases and gene editing. Her mother died when she was young. Now an adult, Tess has a genius IQ, a degree in biomedical engineering and has served as a medic in the Army with Special Forces units.  She plans to follow in her parents’ footsteps.

WOMEN'S FICTION:  As a member of a large extended family with branches spread around the world, forty-something widow Ivy Marin and her younger sister Shelly leave their homes on the east coast to go to Summer Beach, California. They are planning to attend a family gathering and deal with a run-down property Ivy’s husband purchased before his sudden death.

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