The debut psychological-horror novel from author Marty Thornley is a page-turning ride, a front row seat to a clinical trial gone hor...


Painless by Marty Thornley Book Cover

The debut psychological-horror novel from author Marty Thornley is a page-turning ride, a front row seat to a clinical trial gone horribly wrong.



For Greg Owens, this was supposed to be a chance to end years of back pain and escape his reliance on pain pills. If it all worked out, he could maybe even get back the life he left behind as the pills took control.

Instead, as the patients are cured of their physical pain, they encounter a different sort of pain building inside them – obsessive thoughts, depression, self-destruction. The side-effects grow worse, and the suspense ratchets tighter. The patients want answers and violent revenge, setting them on a collision course with a crazed doctor, determined to protect his life’s obsession.

THEY THOUGHT IT WAS DEAD. THEY WERE WRONG. Two years ago, a virus hit London, killing thousands of people and driving the ...


THEY THOUGHT IT WAS DEAD. THEY WERE WRONG.

Two years ago, a virus hit London, killing thousands of people and driving the rest into hiding. But Leon has somehow survived, making it through two harsh winters. Now he’s living on the fragile hope that the freezing snow and ice of the English climate wiped out the virus for good. Word even reaches Leon of a rescue boat on its way.

But all is not as safe as it seems. The virus has been busy…

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Urban Fantasy is hands down my favorite genre. There just aren't enough authors churning it out fast enough to keep me occupied for long so I am always on the lookout for a new series to love. I kept seeing this one pop up and couldn't resist. Isn't that cover great?
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It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a meme hosted by  The Book Date . This meme lets you show fellow readers wh...

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a meme hosted by The Book Date. This meme lets you show fellow readers what you have read, what you are reading, and what you will be reading.

Happy Monday, Everyone!

Here we are again, huh? I hope everyone had a wonderful week. We've had rain every day...forever. It's been pretty constant for the past two weeks. Unfortunately, the rain and the subsequent drop in barometric pressure gives me migraines. I've had multiples this week and last. So much for recently starting on a new med that is supposed to prevent them. Yeah, that's working real well.

THEY’RE BIGGER Deep in the sewers of New York City, the rat population is growing. Dr. Randolph Finch is determined to brea...


THEY’RE BIGGER

Deep in the sewers of New York City, the rat population is growing. Dr. Randolph Finch is determined to break the cycle. His new rodenticide, Degenesis, doesn’t kill rats. It sterilizes them from reproducing. But nothing adapts faster than a New York rat . . .

the forest beckons the Shadow watches Nolin doesn’t know why her mother is terrified of the forest— only that is has somet...


the forest beckons

the Shadow watches


Nolin doesn’t know why her mother is terrified of the forest— only that is has something to do with her, a cold night, a baby crib, and an open window.
Throughout her life, Nolin struggles to gain the love of her crazed mother, all while grappling with recurring dreams of a twisted, ancient tree, and the perpetual feeling that she’s being watched by a dark presence in the surrounding forest.


After a childhood mental breakdown, Nolin returns to her hometown as a grown woman, ready to face her mother to put old demons to rest. When Nolin stumbles across disturbing details of her mother’s past, she ventures deeper into the mystery of her own identity, the related causes of her mother’s illness, and learns of violent, ancient creatures who live in the woods. . .