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13 Bullets (Laura Caxton #1)

by David Wellington

The monster knelt in the mud, his balled fists punching at the ground, his head bowed. He started to get up and Arkeley shot him again. He'd had thirteen bullets to start with, how many did he have left? Twenty years ago, Jameson Arkeley thought he had put the final nail in the coffin of the last of the undead. He destroyed the last band of savage vampires, barely escaping alive, and imprisoned their savage leader, Justinia Malvern. Or so he thought. Signs begin to emerge that he has not seen the last of this vampire race and that Malvern, despite having been held under lock and key for two decades, has been busy hatching a comeback. State Trooper Laura Caxton makes some disturbing discoveries while investigating a seemingly routine homicide and is drawn into the case against her wishes. Working in tandem, Arkeley and Caxton come upon a human massacre and determine that three other vicious vampires are on the loose. Their sole purpose? To release Malvern from her prison and promulgate their terrifying race. Though Caxton resigns out of fear, she returns to the case when she learns that Arkeley has been kidnapped, his body to be used to replenish Malvern's formidable powers. She prepares for a final showdown, knowing that she is the only person who stands between salvation and unbridled horror and devastation, the likes of which have never been seen. Alluring and hypnotic, 13 Bullets is a thrilling chase through a fear-inducing landscape, seen through the eyes of fearless yet flawed heroes. It is sure to give an adrenaline boost to a genre that's already tremendously popular worldwide. 'Lace collars and kerchiefs are nowhere to be found in this breakneck, blood-spattered, totally original vampire novel. Breathless, exciting and totally kick ass.' - B. H. Fingerman, author of Bottomfeeder.

23 Hours (Laura Caxton #4)

by David Wellington

After killing her former mentor-turned-vampire, Caxton had been nearly left for dead. Taken to prison for assaulting a convict, she now faces her most harrowing hours yet after the oldest living vampire infiltrates the prison--and it's Caxton's blood she wants.

32 Fangs

by David Wellington

The Final ReckoningLaura Caxton's battles against the ancient vampire Justinia Malvern have cost her nearly everything--her badge, her freedom, her friends and family . . . maybe even her humanity.And as she hides out in the deepest backwoods of Pennsylvania, pursued by the cops who were once her colleagues, Laura certainly looks beaten. But as Laura sees it, what little is left of her soul is perfectly adapted to the job of ridding the world of its last vampire. And thanks to the terrible clarity she's found, Laura's come up with a plan--one that will finish Malvern once and for all.But the ever-wily Malvern has a few last aces left to play and is quietly dealing a hand that will involve a terrible fate for the few friends Laura's got left. When the two adversaries meet for the last time in their most epic battle, the vampires will force Laura to pay a price far beyond anything she's sacrificed before.

99 Coffins (Laura Caxton #2)

by David Wellington

Laura Caxton vowed never to face them again. The horror of what the vampires did is too close, the wounds too fresh. But when Jameson Arkeley, broken and barely recognisable, comes to her with an unfathomable, unholy discovery, her resolve crumbles. Arkeley leads Caxton to a tomb in Gettysburg recently excavated by a local archaeology professor. While the town, with its legendary role in the Civil War's worst battle, is no stranger to cemeteries, this one is remarkably, eerily different. In it lie 100 coffins - 99 of them occupied by vampires, who, luckily, are missing their hearts. But one of the coffins is empty and smashed to pieces. Who is the missing vampire? Does he have access to the 99 hearts that, if placed back in the bodies of their owners, could reanimate an entire bloodthirsty army? How did the vampires end up there, undisturbed and undiscovered for 150 years? The answer lies in Civil War documents that contain sinister secrets about the newly found coffins - secrets that Laura Caxton is about to uncover as she is thrown into a deadly, gruesome mission of saving an entire town from a mass invasion of the undead . . .

Chimera

by David Wellington

A band of genetically modified killers has smashed out of a secret military facility in upstate New York, and Special Forces veteran Jim Chapel gets to puzzle out whether theyre renegades or part of a high-up conspiracy. Author of the "Monster Island" trilogy, serialized online zombie novels, Wellington is currently working toward a degree in Library Science at the Pratt Institute.

Frostbite (Werewolf Tale #1)

by David Wellington

Horror-star Wellington returns with the first book in a new series, introducing an unforgettable heroine with an impossible choice to make. "Frostbite" also presents a brilliant twist on the werewolf genre, in which the hunter becomes the hunted.

The Hydra Protocol

by David Wellington

To prevent nuclear annihilation, wounded Special Forces operative Jim Chapel must infiltrate a top secret Russian military base and disable an unstable supercomputerA routine mission in Cuban waters to retrieve a hidden key code from a sunken Soviet submarine quickly changes course when Cuban officials are tipped off. It turns out that Nadia, the beautiful stranger who saves Chapel from being discovered, is actually a Russian agent, and her intel is shocking. Hidden during the Cold War, a forgotten Russian supercomputer controls hundreds of nuclear missiles, all aimed at the United States. Just one fail-safe error and America will be obliterated. And there have been glitches in the computer's programming. . . .To disarm Hydra before it plunges the United States into nuclear winter, Nadia and Chapel must travel across Eastern Europe and infiltrate a secret base hidden deep in the steppes of Central Asia. But as these uneasy allies discover, not everyone wants the weapon out of commission.Jim Chapel is out of his depth, and out of his element, but not out of the game.

The Hydra Protocol

by David Wellington

To prevent nuclear annihilation, wounded Special Forces operative Jim Chapel must infiltrate a top secret Russian military base and disable an unstable supercomputerA routine mission in Cuban waters to retrieve a hidden key code from a sunken Soviet submarine quickly changes course when Cuban officials are tipped off. It turns out that Nadia, the beautiful stranger who saves Chapel from being discovered, is actually a Russian agent, and her intel is shocking. Hidden during the Cold War, a forgotten Russian supercomputer controls hundreds of nuclear missiles, all aimed at the United States. Just one fail-safe error and America will be obliterated. And there have been glitches in the computer's programming. . . .To disarm Hydra before it plunges the United States into nuclear winter, Nadia and Chapel must travel across Eastern Europe and infiltrate a secret base hidden deep in the steppes of Central Asia. But as these uneasy allies discover, not everyone wants the weapon out of commission.Jim Chapel is out of his depth, and out of his element, but not out of the game.

Minotaur

by David Wellington

Someone is smuggling Russian guns into the United States to arm domestic terrorists, and it's up to Special Forces veteran Jim Chapel to uncover who is behind the plot. The prime suspect is Ygor Favorov, a notorious Russian operative who defected just before the fall of the Soviet Union. But exposing a billionaire double agent is far from easy, and Chapel must fight his way through a small army of security guards to confront the Russian and defuse a secret that could lead to war between the United States and Russia.

Monster Island

by David Wellington

Welcome to New York City, Population Zero? The power grid has collapsed. There is no running water, no light, no heat. The massive neon signs of Times Square are dark now, and the subway trains crouch silent in their tunnels, waiting for commuters who will never return. An epidemic of staggering lethality has passed over the city and left nothing living in its wake. And yet the city is not deserted. The dead have returned to life, and they're hungry. The millions of people who once worked and lived in New York have been turned into cannibalistic monsters whose only function is to consume. No living person would dare enter the city--it would be suicide. Dekalb doesn't have a choice. He must protect his daughter's future, and that means retrieving vital medical supplies from the UN building in Midtown. A cadre of teenage girl soldiers have been recruited to help him find what he needs, and get back alive. They're well armed. They're devoted to their mission and willing to sacrifice anything to pull it off. But the odds against them are staggering. Especially when it turns out that not all zombies are created equal. Deep inside the city a medical student named Gary comes back from the dead different--his mind is intact. He can still think and feel. He's hungry, just like the rest, but unlike them he can plan, plot, and scheme. He can even lead the others, bending them to his will. Soon he has a small army at his command, a growing mob of rotting corpses all devoted to one cause: to find meat for their master. When Dekalb and Gary cross paths sparks will fly, destinies will clash--and the future of humanity will be decided, one head shot at a time.

Monster Island (Zombie #1)

by David Wellington

It's one month after a global disaster. The most "developed" nations of the world have fallen to the shambling zombie masses. Only a few pockets of humanity survive - in places rife with high-powered weaponry, such as Somalia. In New York City, the dead walk the streets, driven by an insatiable hunger for all things living. One amongst them is different; though he shares their appetites he has retained his human intelligence. Alone among the mindless zombies, Gary Fleck is an eyewitness to the end of the world - and perhaps the evil genius behind it all. From the other side of the planet, a small but heavily-armed group of schoolgirls-turned-soldiers has come in search of desperately needed medicine. Dekalb, a former United Nations weapons inspector, leads them as their local guide. Ayaan, a crack shot at the age of sixteen, will stop at nothing to complete her mission. They think they are prepared for anything. On Monster Island they will find that there is something worse even than being undead, as Gary learns the true price of survival.

Monster Nation

by David Wellington

This is where it begins. This is where the end of the world begins? She wakes up alone and feeling like she's half-dead. She can't remember her name. She staggers outside, looking for help--and that's when she sees that the dead have returned to life, that zombies are running in the streets and devouring the living. And she's one of them. She isn't breathing. The zombies leave her alone. Because they know she's one of their kind. And yet she differs from the brainless ghouls around her in some crucial ways. Somehow she's kept her intelligence intact, if not her memory. And being dead has certain compensations. She has developed strange powers. She calls herself Nilla, and all she knows is that staying alive only gets harder after you die? Meanwhile the National Guard has its hands full with the worst epidemic ever to strike the American west. From California to Colorado every town, every city is being overrun. Captain Bannerman Clark isn't prepared for this. He's semi-retired and he hasn't fired a gun in years, not since the Vietnam war. Yet it seems there's no one else around to take charge. As the world we know collapses he must find in himself the brains, the guts, and the moral courage to lead the survivors to safety, if there's any to be had. Meanwhile, behind the scenes, shadowy players are just beginning to show their hands. There's more going on here than meets the eye, and Clark and Nilla both have parts to play in a game they can't comprehend?

Monster Nation (Zombie #2)

by David Wellington

Monster nation is the second book of David Wellington's trilogy of an apocalyptic end of the world when the dead rise to consume the living.

Monster Planet

by David Wellington

Surviving the end of the world was the easy part? It's twelve years since the dead came back. Ravening, mindless zombies have devoured almost every living thing on the planet. The few, scattered survivors are surviving on canned goods and a refusal to give in and die. They are lead by Ayaan, a former child soldier turned brilliant strategist. She's twenty-eight years old, in a world where the average life expectancy is twenty-five. Together with her adopted ward Sarah, who has the psychic ability to see the life-force of the undead, she's gathered a few hundred survivors in Africa and given them safety, something to eat, and the possibility of a future. It would be a lot easier if the zombies weren't so well organized. Out of the east a dead prince has risen. The Tsarevich, the most powerful lich the world has yet seen, is able to command his fellow zombies and has crafted them into an unstoppable army. He has swept across Russia and eastern Europe, hunting down every survivor he can find. He's about to come down on Ayaan and her desert oasis like a tidal wave of death and horror. Yet quickly enough Ayaan realizes he's not just out for her destruction. He has something else in mind, a goal that will take him--and her--across oceans, all the way back to Colorado where the first zombies rose from the grave. He's going back to the Source and when he reaches it, no one will ever be safe again. The fate of all life on the planet is up for grabs, and if Ayaan and Sarah can't stop him there will be no more second chances?

Myrmidon

by David Wellington

An e-book original action thriller by acclaimed author David Wellington. Wounded Special Forces veteran Jim Chapel now specializes in missions improbable (and sometimes impossible). After confronting a Russian triple agent, Chapel must infiltrate a separatist militia group to track and seize contraband Russian weaponry. But the militia leader has his own agenda . . . and an ace up his sleeve.

Vampire Zero (Laura Caxton #3)

by David Wellington

Caxton fired again, and this time hit her target. The bullet clanged off his chest and spun away into darkness. How was it possible? Jameson's body curled up like a caterpillar in a fire, but only for an instant. He straightened up quickly - and then he was on her. It was that fast. She felt a cold wind blowing toward her and then she was on the floor with the vampire on top of her, pinning down her gun hand, his teeth pressing against her cheek. He felt cold and wrong and he stank of death. Compelling, explosive and hypnotic, Vampire Zerois the final book in David Wellington's vampire trilogy, a thrilling chase through a fear-inducing landscape, seen through the eyes of the fearless yet flawed heroes of 13 Bulletsand 99 Coffins. In this final gripping installment, Caxton is left to fight alone as Jameson is seized by the dark side and becomes the most terrifying enemy she has ever had to face. How can she face the unthinkable? Who can she trust in a world where nothing is as it seems?'The taut narrative never slackens, providing thrilling entertainment for readers who like their horror raw and bloody. ' - Publishers' Weekly'David Wellington is moving the literature of the undead in to the 21st Century with new levels of brutality. ' - LA Times'The hottest bad boys in contemporary fiction are cold-blooded vampires'. - USA Today

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