Quick Shots: A Killer Collection by Gary Jonas
THE GUN IS LOADED
Get ready to read an outstanding collection of 29
stories including some that appear here for the first time!
If you love horror, suspense, fantasy or just plain fun, you’ve
come to the right place.
“The Blood on Satan’s Harley” - a
headless biker roams the highways of Oklahoma searching for victims.
Death Abused” - a paranormal investigator helps a boy deal with his
dead, but still abusive father.
“In League” - a rock band’s music opens
gateways to Hell.
“Single White Vampire” a lonely vampire seeks romance
while trying to avoid her master’s goons, including an Elvis
“Maternal Instinct” - a young woman hears a voice
whispering to her baby over her nursery monitor.
“Broken Spirits” - two
damaged people track down the man who stole their souls.
“Since I Had a
Gun to My Head” - a man deals with the intense after-effects of an armed
“So You Wanna Be a Hitman” - one hitman tale alone would be
worth the price of admission, but you get five (count ‘em) tales about
this politically incorrect killer. He has virtually no redeeming
qualities, but you’re going to love him.
PULL THE TRIGGER
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collection. Bet you can’t read just one.
Windrider Book 2: Masters of the Elements
Where do you go when the Wind knows your name?
"Leave singing to the Hag to Fifth Ranks, lad, if you don't want to end
up a witless madman shrieking to the storm from a cell in the Tower of
Winds." Good advice, all in all. Sheshan ak'Kal lives to regret that he
did not heed it. Desperate to remember the windsong that once let him
sing even the great storms off the sea to tatters, he forgets for one
foolish moment of shared rage that Wind's gentle sister is the angry,
vengeful--and quite insane--Hag. With the Hag stalking him across
Metrenna, singing a wild, terrible note that only he can hear, Sheshan
discovers that weaving torrents of living air between his hands is no
longer enough to keep her at bay. For his clan, his life, and a fragile
new love he has found with the most unexpected of women, Sheshan must
learn a new song, and become what none of his people have managed in
millennia--a Windrider indeed.