Nightworld, Vol 2: Three Supernatural Thrillers (Boxed Set)

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A boxed set of three supernatural thrillers from bestselling author, Mark Edward Hall. Nearly half a million words for one low price.

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The Lost Village - Sarah Jameson Landry and her five year old daughter, Annabelle, haunted by the same insistent voice, embark on a reluctant journey to find their ancestral home. What they discover is a strange little village that has somehow gone adrift from the rest of the world. They uncover a horrifying legacy of missing children that dates back hundreds of years, and in the process learn the terrible secrets of their own ancestral past.
Michael Bannon, haunted by his own demons, has come to James Village in search of anonymity. What he finds is that distance alone can never erase the terrible mistakes of the past. Michael discovers also that he is, in some incomprehensible way, connected to Sarah and the child Annabelle. They form an alliance with a small group of friends, villagers, who like themselves are tired of being afraid, and resign themselves to the task of seeking the truth regardless of its consequences. Together they embark on a terrifying quest to destroy the evil that lies at the center of all their lives.
The Lost Village is an epic journey into the unknown, encompassing dramas of seduction and death, episodes of tenderness and miraculous healing.
It is also an allegory about the deeds that men do and the secrets that they keep, a parable of innocence against the corruption of the soul, of sanity against madness, of triumph against all odds. And it gives us a rare glimpse into the dark superstition and aching loneliness that lies deep inside the core of all humankind.


THE MANOR - If you’ve finished The Lost Village, dear reader, then just a brief explanation should suffice to explain the next story, that of a newspaper reporter in the late 19th century who is summoned to Ellis Manor thus becoming an unwitting prisoner there. The tie-in with Ellis Manor is intriguing, although his fate is yet to be determined.




SOUL THIEF - The Brotherhood of the Order is one of the oldest and most mysterious organizations on earth. Its primary mission is to protect one of the most carefully guarded secrets in human history, an object so enigmatic and powerful that in the wrong hands it could wreak havoc upon the earth. In the right hands it just might have the power to save humanity from its own destructive impulses.

Doug McArthur, hit in the face by a young friend at the age of seven, is suddenly able to see a supernatural creature who calls itself Collector. Doug’s life is turned upside down when he realizes that it’s not just the creature he sees, but the atrocities it commits.

Since marrying Annie his visions have been quiet and Doug is grateful. Now Annie is pregnant with their first child—a child that promises to be special—and their world is in the process of coming apart, beginning with the destruction of their home and forcing them to run for their lives, back into the world of Annie’s childhood, the De Roché dynasty, to a murdered mother and a cruel and enigmatic father.

Doug, whose love for Annie borders on the obsessive, has a deep and abiding hate for her father. He is nearly insane with grief over their plight, but soon finds that De Roché is the least of his worries when he begins to hear the pleading voice of a lost child that he cannot possibly save.

And then, in the midst of Annie’s mother’s funeral, Doug is given a strange artifact, along with a dire warning by a dying priest. He must leave Annie and his unborn child and begin a sojourn into the darkest regions of the human heart.

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