Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings

What appears to be an ordinary fog rolling in seems more menacing as ten people are trapped inside a bus terminal, unable to contact the outside world or even step outside the door. They’re at the mercy of an entity calling themselves The Other, and this unknown force instructs them on what to do next: pick the one person that will survive the night. With a limited time, the group must decide on what to do next – find a way to escape the nightmare, or do as they’re told.

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The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum

A street like any other in the suburbs, with neighborhood children ready for summer vacation. Time off school isn’t the only reason for David’s excitement, as he meets the most beautiful girl he’s ever seen, and she just happens to be his best friend’s cousin that now lives next door under the care of their aunt, Ruth. Getting to know Meg will be the highlight of the precious months of freedom, yet something doesn’t seem right, not with all the harsh punishment inflicted on Meg and her sister by Ruth. When games turn vicious, and events cross a line, Davy plays the role of witness to the maltreatment of two girls, and he may be the only thing that stops it from going too far.

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Communion by Steve Stred

It’s the job of Detective McKay to unravel the mystery of the commune, especially the ritualistic nature of their last meeting, one that ended in blood. Trying to put the pieces together, he stumbles headfirst into a world of monsters and heinous acts, unprepared for the horrific plot that surrounds him.

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