Edo van Belkom
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|Amanda Peck is stuck in a dead-end job, lives with a deadbeat boyfriend, and is dead set on changing her life. With no thought about what tomorrow might bring, she packs up and runs. She hitchhikes west by accepting rides from truckers, but what she know is that prowling the enedless miles of asphalt on eighteen wheels is a vampire who’s already claimed the lives of five women, leaving their mutilated bodies in his tracks like so much roadkill. Will the next truck take her on the ride of her life, or will it take her on a nightmare journey that can only lead to the end of the road?|
|B-grade horror masters the Gowan brothers have devised a new reality TV show with a killer hook. Six contestants compete for the chance to star in an upcoming slasher movie. All they have to do is survive one night in a “haunted” house and be voted Scream Queen. The setting is perfect: a crumbling Victorian mansion with a gruesome history and a former owner who turned out to be a serial killer. Throw in a few buckets of fake blood, a bunch of rubber body parts, and a cast of aspiring actors who’ll do anything for a close-up. An expert parapsychologist even warns the production team against disturbing the house’s dormant spirits. Fantastic publicity. Then the sun goes down. The cameras start rolling. And all hell really breaks loose…
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|Mark Dalton isn’t sure if he finds trouble or if trouble finds him. But ever since his wife traded him in for a prettier model, and he traded in his Private Eye business for a Peterbilt, it seems to be everywhere he goes. In this collection of loosely interwoven who-dunnits, Edo van Belkom introduces Mark Dalton, Trucker Detective. Whether he’s scooping up pretty hitchhikers with secrets, getting back goods stolen right out from under his nose, making a shady repair shop pay, or solving a racially charged, post-9/11 murder, Dalton is one busy trucker. And truth is, he wouldn’t have it any other way.|
|250 years ago, French Jesuits erected a mission deep in the uncharted Canadian wilderness, where they lived until they were brutally tortured and murdered by a band of Iroquois. Or so the legends say. Today Ste-Claire College stands near the legendary massacre site, the mission’s memory now more folklore than fact. Then Ste-Claire professor, Karl Desbiens, a Regent in the Order of Jesus, and his band of students set off to locate the mission ruins. An old world evil is uncovered and the true nightmare is unleashed. With his own inner demons to struggle with, and his own crisis of faith to overcome, Karl Desbiens is an unlikely hero. Nevertheless, it’s up to him to carry on the Jesuit tradition and fight the evil that has invaded Ste-Claire College before all of his students are dead.|
|Detective Joe Williams has seen all kinds of murder scenes. Some brutal, some gory, all disturbing and horrific in their way. Nothing could have prepared him for what’s waiting in Apartment 413. A man—what’s left of him—lying in a pool of his own blood, his face frozen in a silent scream. That’s just the first. Soon there are more victims, all male, all mutilated, seeming to have little in common except an agonizing death by castration. All of them went looking for pleasure. Instead they found a killer wreaking vengeance in the most bloodthirsty way. And the only clue Joe has found is a tiny, gleaming metal tooth…|