All three books in the bestselling Ghost Files Series, including:
by Scott Nicholson and J.R. Rain
First in a new series featuring paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew. Ellen claims to possess a sixth sense but Monty, a former P.I., only believes what he can see. She views their work as a sacred mission while Monty just wants a happy wife and a paycheck.
In GHOST COLLEGE, the Drews are summoned to a Southern California bible college after workers report hearing mysterious voices at night. When they encounter the unhappy ghost of a young girl, Monty's skepticism is shaken, but he resolves to help his wife free the trapped spirit. Their search uncovers the Latin phrase "Non omnis moriar"--not all of me shall die--and they learn more about the site's history as a Catholic school destroyed by an earthquake. But a mysterious presence has plans of its own for the young ghost, and Monty and Ellen must go head to head with a Dark Master that's had more than a century of practice in demonic deeds. Now Monty must leave his body to do battle with the Dark Master, and he's not sure Ellen will be able to bring him back in one piece. He's not even sure what's happening is real. All he knows is that all hell is breaking loose and he's taking a crash course where an "F" means eternal damnation.
by Evelyn Klebert
Paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew's dream vacation to New Orleans is prematurely cut short when they are unexpectedly and reluctantly put to work on a case that may be beyond their talents. Called to arms by Monty's cousin Colonel, Monty and Ellen set out to clear a home on a military base of spirits that have been plaguing it with extreme paranormal phenomena. Both Ellen and Monty are drawn into a wild ghostly chase battling on both an earthly and metaphysical plane to reach the heart of the mystery before it's too late and it reaches a horrifying hand into their world.
by Eve Paludan
Paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew go to West Los Angeles for some rest and relaxation, as well as to shop for items to redecorate their home. But, apparently, there is to be no respite. Ellen is a ghost magnet, so they now have about 48 hours to solve a spontaneous combustion mystery in a haunted co-op art gallery before its grand opening in Venice, California. Spirits abound, including a flapper from the 1920s who haunts the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, the tormented ghost of a jockey, the spirit of a horse that shows up at a barbeque, the ghost of a former professor's wife, the possession of a cab driver, an ex-nun who paints dead people she's never met, and the accidental release of one ticked-off chupacabra spirit.
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Acclaim for the authors:
"Gripping, adventurous, and romantic--J.R. Rain's The Lost Ark is a breakneck thriller that traces the thread of history from Biblical stories to current-day headlines. Be prepared to lose sleep!"
--JAMES ROLLINS, international bestselling author of The Doomsday Key
"Like Stephen King, Scott Nicholson knows how to summon serious scares."
--BENTLEY LITTLE, international bestselling author of His Father's Son
"Temptation, redemption, and angelic intervention--Paludan has woven a unique last-chance love story about a life interrupted."
--DEBORAH CLOYED, author of The Summer We Came to Life
"Set in the marvelous city of New Orleans, Evelyn Klebert takes us on a journey that's layered through lifetimes current and past. It is a marvelous adventure, and one that encompasses healing, trust, and the rapture of undying love. Treading on Borrowed Time is an outstanding achievement. It is a story that lingers upon the heart and mind."
--AIDEN JAMES, author of The Forgotten Eden
About Scott Nicholson:
Scott has written 12 novels, including the #1 bestseller in Mystery & Suspense Disintegration, The Skull Ring, The Red Church, Speed Dating with the Dead, As I Die Lying, Drummer Boy, and Forever Never Ends. Other electronic works include Burial to Follow, Crime Beat, and Transparent Lovers, and the story collections Ashes, The First, Head Cases, Zombie Bits, Gateway Drug, Curtains, and Flowers. With J.R. Rain, he wrote the urban fantasy Cursed! and, as L.C. Glazebrook, he wrote the paranormal romance October Girls. He lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, where he plays guitar, raise an organic garden, and work as a freelance fiction editor. Please visit him at: www.hauntedcomputer.com.
About J.R. Rain:
J.R. Rain is an ex-private investigator who now lives in a small house on a small island with his small dog, Sadie, who has more energy than Robin Williams. Please visit him at www.jrrain.com.
About Evelyn Klebert:
Evelyn Klebert (1965-present) was born in the small town of Houma, Louisiana but did not find her true hometown of the soul until years later doing graduate work in English Literature and later marrying in the grand, enigmatic city of New Orleans. There she began to write and pursue a lifelong fascination for esoteric studies. She and her family relocated to Virginia for over a decade in the late 1990’s, living near the Appalachian mountains and later the Atlantic coast during which time she penned two paranormal novels, A Ghost of a Chance and An Uneasy Traveler. After hurricane Katrina, Evelyn and her husband, a native of New Orleans, felt compelled to return to their former home and help in the revitalization effort. Over the last several years she has expanded into the field of esoteric poetry with Considerations and Explanations and has also completed a new collection of supernatural short stories The Left Palm as well as two news novel set entirely in the city of New Orleans entitled The Sanctuary of Echoes and Treading on Borrowed Time. Please visit her at www.evelynklebert.com.
About Eve Paludan:
Eve Paludan now lives on the west side of Los Angeles, California. Her first agent sold her first book, The Romance Writer’s Pink Pages: The Insider’s Guide to Getting Your Romance Novel Published, to Prima (now Random House). Please follow Eve Paludan on Facebook, Twitter, and check out her website at: www.evepaludanbooks.com.