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Deadly Friend

by Keith Ferrario

This is one friendship that will never die.

Little Georgie was all by himself for such a long time, and he didn't have a soul to play with. After all, it’s hard to make friends when you’re dead. This minor inconvenience, however, didn’t stop him from invading the realm of the living—or from looking for playmates.

One day Georgie met Bobby, and Bobby didn't mind that Georgie was a little different. Some call Georgie “imaginary”, but to Bobby, Georgie is just as real as anyone—his brother, mother, you, me.

Happy at last, Georgie would do anything not to lose Bobby—and anyone who tried to take his new friend away would have hell to pay.

Then some bullies killed Bobby. Poor little Georgie, alone again, sad, and angry, more deadly than any living creature. He’s found new games to play—games filled with blood and terror. Pray he doesn’t want to play with you.


by Keith Ferrario

They're the only humans. But they're not alone. Adam Hayes pilots a small team to a remote Antarctic research station. Their mission: to investigate the loss of communications. Once there, the group of five find the station deserted, the radio smashed, and several strange piles of empty clothing. Forced to stay the night by a blinding snowstorm, they set out to solve the mystery of the missing crew.


Eventually they will learn the horrifying truth-the station is not empty after all, and something unimaginable, dug up from the deep ice, roams the complex. Now they must fight for their lives against a cunning, thinking monster-and those who would unleash this terror on the rest of the world.

Dark Carnival

by Keith Ferrario

Coming Soon....


"The small town of Arkham awakes to find a traveling carnival outside its borders. Lilith's Carnival seems a simple diversion. Or is it—for those special enough to receive a red ticket? It's good for any show, but of course, it's their choice to use it—it's always their choice.
Sheriff Jim McNee finds it odd a carnival would appear overnight. The owner, a tall, black haired, beauty, explains that in the darkness they simply took a wrong road and, since she loves playing to small towns, decided to setup. However, the disappearance of several townspeople and the brutal death of one teenaged boy soon cast a dark cloud over the carnival.

Johnny Solom, a man on the run, convicted for the disappearance and assumed murder of his girlfriend, followed the trail back to Lilith's Carnival, the last place he saw her alive. Johnny doesn't know of the dark evil that awaits him—an evil that could consume him—an evil that knows who he is.

These men, destined to meet—one man running from the law, the other is the law—both have one thing in common: discovering the secret of the Dark Carnival."

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