Cold Sparks by Peter Giglio

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Two Chilling Novellas of Horror
from Peter Giglio and Catherine Cavendish

A Spark in the Darkness by Peter Giglio

On the final day of her second life, Edie returns to the family she abandoned five years earlier. Edie is not merely a vampire, she's a Goddess...one of the vanishing race of beings whom the vampires need to keep their kind alive. But being dead has taught her much about life, and Edie's determined to destroy the evil thing she's become. For something has changed within her, something almost alive in her dead soul. But can a single spark in the darkness be enough to save all she holds dear?


Cold Revenge by Catherine Cavendish

Some dinner invitations are best ignored...

For no apparent reason, Nadine, Maggie, Gary, and Nick are invited to dinner at the lavish home of top fashion writer, Erin Dartford. But why has she invited them? Why doesn't she want her guests to mingle? And just what is it about the mysterious Erin that makes them want to run for their lives? Little do they know that as they prepare to eat their first course, an evil as old as mankind is about to be unleashed. And revenge really is a dish best served cold...
 

About Peter Giglio

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Peter Giglio is the co-author of "The Better Half: A Love Story", appearing in the anthology Werewolves and Shapeshifters: Encounters with the Beast Within, edited by John Skipp. His first novel, ANON, will be published later this year, as will several short stories in various anthologies. He lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with his wife and three cats, and enjoys long conversations and spirited arguments with friends, the works of Philip K. Dick and Stephen King, the films of Stanley Kubrick and David Lynch, and loves to travel. He spends a lot of time in Los Angeles, something of a second home, working with his friend and writing partner Scott Bradley. Catherine Cavendish lives in the North of England and North Wales with her husband and a slightly eccentric tortoiseshell cat. She has had a lifelong fascination with the paranormal which intensified when she herself saw a ghost. She is currently working on more paranormal stories and a novel featuring a circle of ancient standing stones.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Etopia Press. 163 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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