Cemetery Dance Publications has announced three more books in their Cemetery Dance Signature Series.
Butterfly by Simon Clark. The dying days of WW2: Nazi secret weapons draw lines of fire in Germany’s skies. In the depths of a forest the pilot of a ME163 rocket-plane battles not only the formations of allied bombers but a creeping menace that invades both his body and his mind … “I dream I am flying over forests, then seas, then cities. Then I am swooping down firing my guns at people. They run through the streets like frightened sheep, but I roar at them, kill them with my guns. When I have no more bullets my wings become scythes that cut them down.”
The Forum by James Newman. Online message boards. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there are currently over 500 active serial killers within the United States. Somewhere out there, isn’t it possible that an online message board exists for those who live outside society’s rules? For those who kill for the thrill of it, and yearn for the taste of blood? A place to swap stories … to boast of their exploits and discuss tricks of “the trade.” A safe haven where mementos can be displayed … where members can learn how to hone their dark craft, and maybe make a few new friends in the process … this is The Forum.
The Turtle Boy: Peregrine’s Tale by Kealan Patrick Burke. At eleven years of age, strange things started to happen to a boy named Timmy Quinn. His ordinary life was abruptly thrown into chaos by the revelation that there exists a separate plane of existence reserved solely for the vengeful spirits of the murdered: The Curtain. Worse, Timmy is a conduit for these monstrous entities, allowing them to walk freely between worlds to exact their brutal vengeance. His search for answers has taken him halfway around the world, forcing him to endure many horrors, among them the revelation that the spiritual realm known as The Stage may have been man made, and that the dead do not operate of their own free will, but are instead influenced by an enigmatic figure known only as “Peregrine.” About this man, Timmy knows nothing. But he will learn, and in time, he will come to know Peregrine as an adversary worse than the vengeful dead. Herein lies the genesis of a monster.