Count Roget, a 500-year-old French vampire responsible for the deaths of the “lost” colonists in Roanoke during the 16th Century, is once again on the rampage in modern-day North Carolina. To satisfy his lust for blood and terror, he kills some individuals and turns others into blood-drinking zombies. Paige and Alex, two journalists with some history of their own, depend on a Native American shaman to help them stop the zombies and catch up with the Count after he flees the country. To stop him from spreading mayhem all over the world, they’ll have to kill him… again
Even as an infant, little Grace Griffen is intrigued by a portrait of her murdered ancestor, stern-faced Rebeckah Cornell. When the spirit of Rebeckah visits 8 -year-old Grace, the killings begin. Grace’s parents are certain their little girl isn’t to blame, even though they are shocked to learn that Grace is also related to alleged killer, Lizzie Borden. When a fire destroys her home, Grace is questioned by criminal profiler Danica Crane, who asks herself: Can immoral/criminal behavior be inherited? More to the point, can Danica unlock the family’s dark secrets before she herself becomes a victim?
A frightening collection of twenty-four supernatural stories based on ethnic superstitions, legends, and real historical events. The author’s experience abroad, combined with superstitions she was raised with, culminate in these spellbinding narratives, which explore the dark side of the human mind. Included in these mesmerizing tales are ghosts forever reliving their agony in the eternal city, a macabre ragman who peddles more than the usual wares, a puppeteer who can no longer pull the strings of his malevolent marionettes, and many more characters embroiled in the eternal struggle between good and Evil. Grave Matters is a terrifying journey into the psychology of superstitions.
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