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  • For Bella, there is one thing more important than life itself - Edward Cullen. But being in  love with a vampire is more dangerous than she thought.  He has already rescued her from the clutches of one evil vampire but now their daring relationship threatens all that is near and dear to them, they realise their troubles may be just beginning. Cover photo by John Grant. https://cosmiccauldronbooks.com.au/p/breaking-dawn-stephenie-meyer/  https://cosmiccauldronbooks.com.au/p/midnight-sun-stephenie-meyer/
  • Book I of The Vampire Chronicles. In a  darkened room a young man tells the macabre  story of his life. It is Louis' story, told in his own words, of his journey through mortal and immortal life. Louis recounts how he became a vampire at the hands of the radiant and sinister Lestat and how he became indoctrinated, unwillingly, into the way of the vampire,  gifted with eternal life and cursed with the craving for human blood.
  • In a child's bedroom in a suburban Philadelphia home, Edward Benson is listening for footsteps on the stairs. The footfall Edward is waiting for will not be human. It could be someone's pet cat, or a stuffed teddy bear, or a smiling marionette doll. But whatever it is that comes creeping up the stairs will have two qualities: it will be animated by a terrifying, diabolical force, and it will have only one intention - murder. If Edward Benson wants his daughter back, he will have to fight a battle no human has ever fought before. And he must win, for only the victor will return with his life - and his soul from the realms of dark, unspeakable evil.
  • Needful Things is the new shop in Castle Rock, run by Mr. Leland Gaunt.  There really is something for everyone.  For poor little bewildered Nettie Cobb, there's a fabulous carnival glass lampshade to add to her carefully-protected little collection. Nerdish Norris Ridgewick gets a very special fishing rod at a real bargain price. And Myra Evans buys a picture of Elvis Presley that seems to have magical powers.  While the cash prices are a bargain, the balance of payment is costly - and Leland Gaunt enjoys seeing how much people will pay for their secret desires.  A secret deal here; a bargain cash amount with a balance owing of a harmless little practical joke to be played on someone - all week, wires are crossed all over Castle Rock until the inevitable explosion occurs that literally sets the town ablaze. Cover art by Steve Crisp.
  • Needful Things is the new shop in Castle Rock, run by Mr. Leland Gaunt.  There really is something for everyone.  For poor little bewildered Nettie Cobb, there's a fabulous carnival glass lampshade. Norris Ridgewick gets a very special fishing rod at a real bargain price. And Myra Evans buys a picture of Elvis Presley that seems to have magical powers.  While the cash amounts are a bargain, the balance of payment is costly - and Leland Gaunt enjoys seeing how much people will pay for their secret desires.  A secret deal here; a bargain cash amount with a balance owing of a harmless little practical joke to be played on someone - all week, wires are crossed all over Castle Rock until the inevitable explosion occurs that literally sets the town ablaze.

  • Book II of Darkness. Destroyer had heard of the Captain of the angelic host, and knew of the humiliation at Ashton.  But this time it would be different - this time they would be ready.  They would strike where they could do the most damage:  at the unity of those who claimed allegiance to the angels' cause.  All they had to do was deal with that pathetic mortal Sally Roe.  But she's proving elusive.  Tired by years of spiritual deception, she was in search of something lost in childhood.  Could she escape the futility, the despair and the guilt?
  • The creator of Lincoln Rhyme offers a selection of  sixteen very twisted tales: Without Jonathon; The Weekender; For Services Rendered;  Beautiful; The Fall Guy; Eye To Eye; Triangle; All The World's A Stage; Gone Fishing; Nocturne; Lesser-Included Offence; The Blank Card; The Christmas Present; Together; The Widow of Pine Creek; The Kneeling Soldier. A great sampler of Deaver's writing.
  • In ancient times it was a pagan altar, washed by the blood of human sacrifice.  Then it was hidden for centuries until it was possessed by a spirit.  Spirit and stone fused - to take on the shape of an angel. The Bishop of Norwich was awed.  This twelve foot perfectly carved angel must surely be a miracle, and he duly installed it with pomp and ceremony in his new cathedral.  Then the disappearances started.  An angel, certainly, but not for the forces of good.  Abaddon - the Angel of the Pit - has entered his effigy and he lies in the heart of Norwich Cathedral, his terrible power building day by day. Cover art by Geoff Taylor.
  • 'I take an innocent of your people to sacrifice for all the innocents you have murdered. The Innocent will go with all those other Innocents into the spirit nation.  Thus will earth and sky balance.' The note was left at Cedar Cabin in Washington State. The Innocent was thirteen, the son of a senior government official who could summon up all the white man's power. The Indian who took the boy and carried him deep into the forest wilderness was filled with the power of his people's ancestral spirits. This was no ordinary manhunt - it was  a struggle between two worlds; the seen and the unseen.