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Dead Bait: Horror Anthology
David Dunwoody, Gregory L. Norris, ...

Severed Press, 2009

A husband hell-bent on revenge hunts a Wereshark...A Russian mail order bride with a fishy secret...Crabs with a collective consciousness...A vampire who transforms into a Candiru...Zombie piranha...Bait that will have you crawling out of your skin and more. Drawing on horror, humor with a helping of dark fantasy and a touch of deviance, these 19 contemporary stories pay homage to the monsters that lurk in the murky waters of our imaginations. ...
  
  











  



  
Empire (Zombie Novels)
David Dunwoody

Permuted Press, 2010

The year i s 2112. T he crippled U.S. government and its military forces are giving up the century-long fight against an undead plague. Born of an otherworldly energy fused with a deadly virus, the ravaging hordes of zombified humans and a nimals have no natural enemies. But they do have one supernatural enemy: Death himself. Descending upon the ghost town of Jefferson Harbor, Louisiana, the Grim Reaper embarks on a bloody campaign to put down ...
  
  











  



  
Hell Walks: A Kaiju Thriller
David Dunwoody

Severed Press, 2014

Almost overnight, massive superstorms appear around the globe. Defying natural law, they converge in the Arctic and become one apocalyptic megastorm, disrupting weather systems, communication and security worldwide. Chaos reigns...and then the storm breaks. The clouds part. And the real threat emerges. It will come to be known as Hell Walks. Seven miles tall, its every step causes cataclysmic disasters whose effects ripple across continents. ...
  
  











  



  
Shroud 12: The Journal of Dark Fiction and Art (Volume 3)
David Dunwoody, Charlie Stella, ...

Shroud Publishing, LLC, 2012

More thrilling stories and articles from an array of talented authors. Illustrated with original woodcut and linoleum block prints from Danny Evarts. Table of Contents: Meet Jeremy Wagner An Interview by Timothy P. Remp Michael Knost’s “ProgKNOSTications” JERRY GORDON Scott Christian Carr’s Someone Oughta Sell Tickets …! MAX Skinning the Cat Featuring Maurice Broaddus CRACKER TRAP Dementis Mortuus Word Games for the Worst of ...
  
  











  



  
Eldritch Chrome: Unquiet Tales of a Mythos-Haunted Future (Chaosium Fiction)
Robert M. Price, D.L. Snell, ...

Chaosium Inc., 2013

UNQUIET TALES OF A MYTHOS-HAUNTED FUTURE During the decades since H.P. Lovecraft first wrote of the Cthulhu Mythos, many authors have crossed his themes into other genres, enhancing his original vision with stories taking place in the distant past, in the far-flung future, and in myriad places in-between. Cyberpunk tales are written in dark, gritty, film-noir styles. Their protagonists live and die at the bottom echelon of an electronic ...
  
  











  



  
Anti-Heroes
David Dunwoody, Eric S. Brown

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010

ANTI-HEROES. They're not cut from the same pure cloth as some of your typical supermen. But in a world where villains are of another world altogether - or simply unkillable - sometimes your best odds lie with a guy who's not all that good. Eric S. Brown's AGENT DEATH and David Dunwoody's ENSLAVER OF WORLDS will do whatever it takes to save the planet. In fact, there may not be much of a planet left when they're done. In these novellas, it's ...
  
  











  



  
Death, Be Not Proud
Jonathan Maberry, Gord Rollo, ...

Dark Quest, LLC, 2011

The Walking Dead Challenge the Grim Reaper with every staggering step they take out of the grave. Their reeking existence mocks and defies the Master of the Underworld and scoffs at his very existence. Even the cold grasp of the grave can't deny the undead of their taste for flesh and hatred of the living. In This collection, You will find tales that are dark, gory and satirical. They examine flesh-eating zombies from a fresh perspective while ...
  
  











  



  
The Undead: Headshot Quartet (Four Zombie Novellas)
D.L. Snell, John Sunseri, ...

Permuted Press, 2008

Join authors D.L. Snell, John Sunseri, Ryan C. Thomas, and David Dunwoody as they fire four more rounds into the growing horde of living dead. * MILLION-DOLLAR MONEY SHOT: The dead are rising in Aruba, and Vince has just made off with a couple million in mob money. As if mob hit men and rotting corpses weren't bad enough, the big trouble is the creatures in the water-the ones who only come onto shore at night... * MORTAL GODS: A man with the ...
  
  











  



  
Darkness Ad Infinitum: Villipede Horror Anthology 1

Villipede Publications, 2014

Villipede Publications' first horror and dark speculative fiction anthology will tenderly caress your amygdalae and viciously twist your imagination. With fifteen short stories and four poems from both established and upcoming authors, this haunting collection will force readers to reevaluate their thoughts on what darkness really is: something we're all born of yet perpetually trying to flee; a malevolent force that desires our servitude or ...
  
  











  



  
Empire's End
David Dunwoody

Permuted Press, 2011

The dead refuse to stay dead. The Reaper is here to put them down. As winter sets in and America's survivors struggle to rebuild a semblance of civilization, terrifying new enemies are gathering-both in the lawless badlands and within the walls of the safe zone. Most fearsome of all is the "King of the Dead." His zombified troupe of sideshow curiosities is but a fraction of his growing pack. The Reaper's quest to safeguard the humans he has ...
  
  











  



  
Before Plan 9: Plans 1-8 from Outer Space
Tony Schaab, Patrick D'Orazio, ...

TwinStar Media, 2012

Greetings, my friend – the Amazing Criswell here. Anyone who is familiar with Ed Wood’s "classic" film Plan 9 from Outer Space knows that the sometimes-nefarious aliens and their ninth attempt to interact with humanity didn’t quite work out. What we don’t know is this: what were the first eight Plans? When did they happen? What did they entail? How and why did they fail? This book, my friend, will answer those questions. With ...
  
  











  



  
The Dead Parade
James Roy Daley

Permuted Press / Swarm Press, 2008

The Dead Parade was my first completed novel, written shortly after I graduated from film school. It was published by Permuted Press as a trade paperback, then Bad Moon Books released it in a 'deluxe hardcover edition' with artwork by punk legend Eerie Von of the Misfits. The ebook rights had been originally signed by Permuted Press, but were later acquired by my newly formed publishing company: Books of the Dead Press.  Of all the books I ...
  
  











  



  
UNBOUND and Other Tales
David Dunwoody

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2010

UNBOUND & OTHER TALES is an excursion into the most bizarre corners of author David Dunwoody's imagination. The titular novel and eight short stories that follow present strange horrors from every walk of life - and beyond. Insects imprinted with human rage, gleeful heralds of the apocalypse, ghosts who take the living for joyrides, and a fictional villain come to life wait within. Here are 9 tales of the weird and the obscene...of things that ...
  
  











  



  
Ice Picks: Most Chilling Stories from the Ice Plaza
Robert R. Best, Jeremy C. Shipp, ...

Rainstorm Press, 2012

Each winter sparkling grand resorts rise from the depths of frozen lakes and fjords from Scandinavia to Canada. Wealthy travelers from the far reaches of the globe pay large sums of money to dine under glittering ice chandeliers, drink from glasses chiseled from crystalline ice, and to lay their heads upon animal skins atop beds fashioned from solid blocks of ice. Vacations to be frozen into memories for a lifetime. In this collection, some of ...
  
  











  



  
Old School
Belfire Press

Belfire Press, 2010

Old School, a traditional horror collection born of seven twisted minds, invites you back to a time when vampires and werewolves were monsters who made humans quiver in terror. Fourteen short tales offered by David Dunwoody, Jackie Gamber, R. Scott McCoy,Natalie L. Sin, Horace James, Gregory L. Hall, and Louise Bohmer, all tied together by selected poems from Zombie Zak – Old School reminds one of terrors best not forgotten. Within these ...
  
  











  



  
Dark Entities
David Dunwoody

Dark Regions Press, 2009

Hidden in the dark corners of our reality are the passages to spaces beyond. It is there that unfortunate souls come face to face with the horrors that move silently about us in everyday life. Take a breath, take a chance, and turn the page. David Dunwoody, the author of the novel Empire , presents strange and chilling tales in which there is no escape to be found - only confrontation with the dark entities of the author's imagination. Giant ...
  
  











  



  
Undead Tales 2
Armand Rosamilia, David Dunwoody, ...

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012

16 Tales of the Zombie Apocalypse… Featuring stories by David Dunwoody, David Boop, Robert Essig, Kris Ashton, Natasha Hanova, William R.D. Wood, Joe Mynhardt, Armand Rosamilia, Jonathan D. Stiffy, L.R. Collins, Jonathan Lambert, Brent Abell, Rob Rosen, Larry C. Kerr, Jonathan Templar, Matt Moore and Poetry from Rich Orth, Ashlee Napier and Anthony Valade
  
  











  



  
The Harvest Cycle

Audible Studios, 2012

It has been fifty years since the first Harvest. Hideous creatures, lethal and lightning-fast, were sown into the beds of Earth's oceans eons ago. Now every year, in service to a mad god, they rise from the depths and hunt humans. Man hides underground in fear of the Harvesters. But he is also sought by other predators: the robots that for years were his companions are now driven to exterminate him in a warped mission of mercy. In a race ...
  
  











  



  
Orpheus and the Pearl - Nevermore: "Duel" Novella Series
Kim Paffenroth, David Dunwoody

Belfire Press, 2010

In Belfire Press' first "Duel" Novella Series release, we bring the second printing of Kim Paffenroth's Orpheus and the Pearl, dueling with a brand new story by David Dunwoody. Orpheus and the Pearl by Kim Paffenroth In 1920 Massachusetts, Dr. Catherine MacGuire is mysteriously called to the home of the famous Dr. Wallston, to assist with some medical emergency that defies even his skill. The life-threatening problems she finds there have less ...
  
  











  



  
Ante Mortem
Belfire Press

Belfire Press, 2010

Ante Mortem – pre-death. That space between drawing the first breath, and the last… otherwise known as life. Eleven stories for the eleventh hour. Snuggle in tight, have a glass of wine, light a candle. These stories have been given new life, and a new home; they’ve almost travelled this road before. Something always held them back, but now together, they’ve broken free. You may want to lock your doors, you never know when a starving ...
  
  











  








   



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