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The Necromancer by Rhiannon Frater
A necromancer Cleric must deal with hordes of the destructive undead as they threaten a settlement in a futuristic world…
This short story originally appeared in Zombie Tales From Dead Worlds and serves as a prequel to the upcoming novel, The Unblessed Dead.
Stronger Than Magic by Melinda VanLone
Tarian Xannon fights demons like the rest of us. This time, the demon just happens to be real.
Tarian Xannon stands to inherit the water artifact, one of four elemental objects that grants the user enormous power and responsibility. With it she’ll lead the secret magical society, hiding in plain sight in the modern world. But when Tarian is blindsided by a demon-like creature who steals her blood, it launches a chain of events that marks the beginning of change for her family and the world.
As Tarian struggles to contain the chaos, her world unravels. Each step she takes makes things worse. In her quest to save her family, she might end up destroying the things she tries so desperately to protect.
The Ravenglass Fragment II by Anthony Pryor
It is a thousand years since the events in “The Dream of the Rood” and the mysterious Ravenglass Fragment is going on display at the Portland Art Museum. The ancient Norse warrior Arngrim warns his friend, demon hunter Alex St. John that the fragment is a potential source of limitless power and evil magic, but when Alex and his friends visit the museum to investigate they are confronted by a hostile sorcerer who summons living shadows to seize both the fragment and archaeologist Dr. Naomi Johar, the fragment’s discoverer. Now Alex and his friends are in a race against time, desperate to learn the secrets of the Ravenglass Fragment and to rescue Dr. Johar from her kidnappers — whoever or whatever they are.
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