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Tender Loving Care

by Andrew Neiderman

Michael loves his wife, but after the tragic accident to their daughter Lillian, Miriam was untouchable, like a dream. Desperate, hoping that his living nightmare will finally end, and yearning to lie once again in the arms of his beautiful wife, Michael hires a nurse to care for his beloved. But though Nurse Randolph's powerful presence has done wonders for Miriam, the nurse's ominous yet erotic dominance over Michael fills him with a strange, shuddering sense of doom. And nothing can make the terror disappear, especially not Tender Loving Care....

Terminal

by Brian Keene

From award-winning author Brian Keene comes a darkly suspenseful tale of crime and the common man--with a surprising jolt of the supernatural... Tommy O'Brien once hoped to leave his run-down industrial hometown. But marriage and fatherhood have kept him running in place, working a job that doesn't even pay the bills. And now he seems fated to stay for the rest of his life. Tommy's just learned he's going to die young--and soon.

Terrible Tractors of Texas (American Chillers, #5)

by Johnathan Rand

I threw off my covers and leapt out of bed. John scrambled down from the top bunk, and we both bolted to my open bedroom window. My heart was pounding in my chest. I was wide awake now, and I listened to the roar of the tractor in the still, dark night. And then: It stopped. The tractor sputtered and coughed. The engine stopped.

The Terror

by Dan Simmons

"Dan Simmons writes with the salty grace and precision of Patrick O'Brian. But in piling supernatural nightmare upon historical nightmare, layering mystery upon mystery, he has produced a turbocharged vision of popular doom." -Men's Journal Greeted with excited critical praise, this extraordinary novel-inspired by the true story of two ice ships that disappeared in the Arctic Circle during an 1845 expedition-swells with the heart-stopping suspense and heroic adventure that have won Dan Simmons praise as "a writer who not only makes big promises but keeps them" (Seattle Post-Intelligencer). THE TERROR chills readers to the core. "Brutal, relentless, yet oddly uplifting, THE TERROR is a masterfully chilling work." -Entertainment Weekly "In the hands of a lesser writer than Dan Simmons, THE TERROR might well have dissolved into a series of frigid days and three-dog nights. But Simmons is too good a writer to ignore the real gold in his story-its beleaguered cast." -Bookpage "Guaranteed to have readers pulling their covers up to their noses, THE TERROR will make for a blood-freezing, bedtime read this winter-and any season thereafter." -Pages

Terror Stalks Traverse City (Michigan Chillers, #2)

by Johnathan Rand

Matt has always wanted a magic kit. One day his grandma and grandpa sent him a magic kit for Christmas. Before Matt read the directions he tried to make something disappear. What follows thereafter is suspenseful.

They Thirst

by Robert R. Mccammon

A novel by the bestselling author of Mine and Swan Song ROBERT R. McCAMMON. Across the centuries, an evil returns to feast upon the City of Angels -and millions sway beneath their deadly spell. On Sunset and Hollywood boulevards, unspeakable horrors lurk in the darkness. They are the undead, nightmares in human form, dark disciples of death who prey upon the living. Now nature succumbs to the evil, raging in a fury of sandstorm and tidal wave. And in the castle of a murdered screen idol, high above the ravaged city, the Prince of Darkness and his minions prepare a welcome for the last terrified survivors.

The Thief of Always

by Clive Barker

Mr. Hood's Holiday House is a place where every childhood whim may be satisfied. But there is a price to be paid. Harvey Swick embraces this wonderland, without considering the consequences.

Thief of Lives (The Noble Dead, Book 2)

by J. C. Hendee Barb Hendee

On the heels of Dhampir, Barb and J. C. Hendee's acclaimed fantasy debut, comes a new novel featuring Magiere and Leesil, slayers of the undead. . . Magiere the dhampir and Leesil, her half-elf partner, are called out of their self-imposed retirement when vampires besiege the town of Bela-and are discovered to be in a league with the town's most prominent elders. . .

Thinner

by Stephen King

In a moment of carelessness, Billy sideswipes an old gypsy woman as she's crossing the street. "Thinner", the woman's father whispers, and caresses his cheek, like a lover. Just one word... but six weeks later and 93 pounds lighter, Billy is more than worried.

The Third Evil (Fear Street Cheerleaders #3)

by R. L. Stine

The saga of the possessed cheerleaders of Shadyside High continues... Corky is tormented by dreams of her dead sister Bobbi. What terrifying message is Bobbi trying to give her? When the evil begins again -- more gruesome than ever -- Corky knows she must learn the secret that will destroy the spirit's power for good -- or be the next to die.

The Third Horror (99 Fear Street: The House of Evil)

by R. L. Stine

Kody Frasier swore she'd come back to 99 Fear Street, because the spirit of her dead sister Cally is trapped there, waiting to be set free.

Thirsty

by M. T. Anderson

All Chris really wants is to be a normal kid, to hang out with his friends, avoid his parents, and get a date with Rebecca Schwartz. Unfortunately, Chris appears to be turning into a vampire. So while his hometown performs an ancient ritual that keeps Tch'muchgar, the Vampire Lord, locked in another world, Chris desperately tries to save himself from his own vampiric fate.

The Thirteenth (Vampire Huntress Legends, #12)

by L. A. Banks

The Thirteenth is the final story in the cult favorite Vampire Huntress series. The nation is under martial law, and if things weren't bad enough, the Dark Realm breaks the sixth biblical seal, plunging the world into perpetual darkness--and irrevocably into the Armageddon.

This Witch for Hire (Rachel Morgan Series #1 and #2)

by Kim Harrison

Contains book #1 - Dead Witch Walking and book #2 The Good, the Bad, and the Undead. Bounty hunter and witch Rachel Morgan calls the Hollows, the menacing, magical section of Cincinnati, her home-as do all the supernatural beings spawned from the Angel virus, the great plague that killed much of humanity. With her line of work, even the shadows steer clear of her. Yet even a down-and-out witch can find a friend or two. In Rachel's case, long, cool Ivy Tamwood, a non-practicing vampire, and Jenks, a testy if astute pixie whose favorite hang-out is one of Rachel's earrings. In Dead Witch Walking, Rachel wants to quit the Federal Inderlander Service and tries to get out of her contract by bending the rules for a captured leprechaun, who grants her three wishes. But her plan backfires when her boss casts a deadly spell on her, effectively rendering her homeless, friendless and, of course, jobless in an instant-until Ivy comes through, letting her share her digs in a deconsecrated Hollows church. Rachel soon catches wind of illegal trafficking of the street drug Brimstone, which can be linked to wealthy businessman Trent Kalamack. Hoping to offer the I.S. a huge prize to buy out her contract-and cancel the hit still out on her-Rachel tracks and glamours her way into Kalamack's good graces. But it isn't until the trail leads her to something even worse than Brimstone that Rachel realizes how big a powder keg she's sitting on The Good, The Bad and the Undead finds Rachel struggling to make ends meet after setting up her own PI firm with Ivy and Jenks-and still getting into hot water. She may have survived werewolf attacks and changeling demons, but now someone's killing witches left and right, and the Federal Inderland Service wants her to track down the killer. That should be more than enough to fill a witch's days.. .and then Ivy's mentor, the master vampire Piscary, begins to notice her. Suspicious that Piscary knows more about the killings than he admits, Rachel heads for a confrontation that could end her career-permanently.

Thomas (The Deptford Histories #3)

by Robin Jarvis

The final installment of the gripping Deptford Histories introduces Thomas, a grizzled seamouse haunted by the dark and deadly events of his past.

Thorn (Dracula #4)

by Fred Saberhagen

A Love Affair for the Ages. Five hundred years ago their paths first crossed. He possessed her totally, not quite against her will. Until she fled. And was captured. And was punished. And fled. And is fleeing still...<P> Dracula tells the story of his life and his great love before he became undead. The portrait of his beloved from those precious living days is in the hands of villains. The Prince must pursue and possess this link with his breathing life. The Southerlands, particularly Judy, are ready to assist an old friend of the family.

Those Who Hunt the Night (James Asher #1)

by Barbara Hambly

The vampires had been living in London since the time of Elizabeth I, but now they were being ruthlessly murdered by someone who ripped their coffins open for the light of day to burn them to ashes. No vampire could endure the daylight to destroy the murderer. They had to turn to a mortal human for aid. Thus it was that Professor James Asher,- one-time spy, returned home to find his young wife in a strange coma and Simon Ysidro, oldest of the London vampires, waiting for him. Ysidro, although polite, left no doubt of his power to locate his spell on the young woman, wherever she might flee. Asher must agree to find the destroyer of the vampires for them. But if he found the Killer, what must happen then? What would inevitably be the fate of any mortal human who learned the identities and locations of the vampires?

Three Complete Novels: Strangers, The Voice of the Night, The Mask

by Dean Koontz

Three Dean koontz novels: Strangers-The voice of the night-The mask

Three Days to Dead

by Kelly Meding

A debut author delivers a very dark and sexy entry into the popular paranormal romance genre.

Threshold

by Caitlin R. Kiernan

A young woman delves into the past to discover the secret of a strange fossil that shouldn't even exist. As she digs deeper into the mystery, she is drawn into a battle between angels and monsters.

The Thrill Club (Fear Street #24)

by R. L. Stine

Talia Blanton writes horror stories. Her friends love them until the stories start to come true. Talia's friends become Talia's victims. Is Talia making her stories come true or someone else?

The Throat

by Peter Straub

Peter Straub's chilling Blue Rose Trilogy comes to an astonishing close--secrets unearthed, demons revisited, and mysteries solved. The Throat. Tim Underhill, now an acclaimed novelist, travels back to his hometown of Millhaven, Illinois after he gets a call from John Ransom, an old army buddy. Ransom believes there's a copycat killer on the loose, mimicking the Blue Rose murders from decades earlier--he thinks his wife could be a potential victim. Underhill seeks out his old friend Tom Pasmore, an aging hermit who has attained minor celebrity as an expert sleuth, to help him investigate. They quickly discover that Millhaven is a town plagued by horrifying secrets and there is a twisted killer on the loose who is far more dangerous than they ever imagined. Expertly tying together the events of Koko and Mystery, The Throat proves Peter Straub to be the master of the suspense novel.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Thunder and Roses: The Complete Stories of Theodore Sturgeon, Volume 4

by Theodore Sturgeon

Volume 4 of the complete stories of Theodore Sturgeon, one of sci fi's greatest masters. This collection contains stories written in the mid 1940's which cover the full range of Ted Sturgeons writings, mostly science fiction and fantasy (including some of his best: 'Maturity', 'Thunder and Roses' and 'The sky was full of ships') but also western ('Well Spiced'), horror ('The Professor's Teddy Bear'), mainstream fiction ('Wham, Bop' and 'A Way Home') and an extremely poignant romance between a man and two women that didn't need the SF element, but that certainly added to the eerie undercurrent of the relationship ('Hurricane Trio'). Some of the stories in this collection use odd spelling to indicate dialect

Tick Tock, You're Dead! (Give Yourself Goosebumps #2)

by R. L. Stine

The reader is taken on a museum tour in New York City, a vacation that is less than exciting until a strange time-travel accident occurs at the Museum of Natural History, in an adventure that asks readers to choose from twenty possible endings.

The Tides

by Melanie Tem

An elderly patient with Alzheimer's disease is not taken seriously at the Tides Nursing Home when he starts seeing the vision of his dead wife, a disturbed and dangerous woman. Then sinister and fatal accidents start to plague the Tides.

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