The Surrogate by Mark Rigney
James stopped, certain that at any second he’d see her for what she had to be––a hallucination––but then the woman gripped the arms of the chair with her long, knuckled fingers and pushed herself to her feet.
Dragons of Fire by Alexis Hunter
Those flashing lights spelled out the inevitable end. I dragged my gaze to my companions, and seeing their terrified eyes I knew it was time to admit the truth.
In The Hours Before Dawn by Alexandra Fresch
My restless nights have already begun to take their toll — thrice yesterday, I fell asleep and woke stiff-necked in my work chair or face down among my stacks of papers. But I must approach this with a clear eye. Surely there is some rational explanation.
The Missing Red Book by Sarah Gunn
It would have been easier if she had looked dead, but her cheeks were flushed and her mouth was curled into a playful smile. He hadn’t seen that expression for a long time.
Black Marker by Clyde Haley
Some people think the government is too stupid to keep secrets. Some parts of it are, but some parts are pretty good at it. Part of the plan is to give people a little taste to keep them satisfied.
Silent Energy by J.A. Grier
Red Eye by Lisa M. Bradley
for two by Dan Campbell
Castle Lanes by Lisa M. Bradley
Carnivoyeur by Rebecca Hodgkins