The Bones Of Wrath:Monsters is here

Monsters; the things we fear most aren’t hidden under the bed

 

Croc-O-Jaws: Billy Daniels and his family are holidaying at Lake Kirriwaka, the bluest of blue natural lakes, but it holds a long dead secret that’s been spewed from the pits of the earth that only the locals know on an intimate level.

 

Godjira: While playing it up at Japan’s newest theme park with his twin brother and parents, Dustin Hooper soon finds out what hell on earth actually means when the depths of ancient Japan spits out a creature not seen in centuries.

 

King of His Castle: Rose and Ricky Thorn may be of rich English decent, but that doesn’t stop them getting into trouble and discovering the secret their great-great-grandfather, Professor Theseus Vessor, discovered nearly two hundred years ago on the family’s very own private island.

 

Arach No Phobia: Mike and Bobby Codsworth may be twelve year old geniuses, but their love of all things eight legged has gotten them into the biggest trouble they’ve ever been in. Until they come up with a genius level idea to capture the Queen.

 

Oh, Yet I Did: Ben Watkins and his family are off to find the menace who has been wreaking havoc in the local town of Yarrumburra. The mayor has called in his family to find out what or who is responsible for the town’s crime spree, and Ben and his cousins soon find something more supernatural than a human…

 

For children aged 12 years plus

 

The Bones Of Wrath: Monsters retails for $2.99

 

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Merry Christmas 2018

 

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It Creeped At Midnight is here!

*to be read third after I Spy With My Little Eye, and Knock, Knock…Who’s Dead?*

 

It Creeped at Midnight…

 

Blake Williamson’s stepmother is dead, and his mother has come back to them. Back to confront Melissa and all she knew.

 

But things aren’t as clear-cut as they seem and Detective Hanahan has his suspicions. When Blake challenges his dad with the truth about Melissa, in front of Hanahan, Michael has no choice but to take a backseat while the detective works it all out.

 

What really happened that night three years ago when Adalind died?

 

Hanahan is on the case, and he solves the mystery with the ominous warning to Michael on New Year’s Eve. And then, as the clock starts striking twelve, there are three knocks on the door…

 

For children aged 12 years plus

 

It Creeped At Midnight retails for $2.99

 

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Knock, Knock…Who’s Dead? Is here…

*to be read second after I Spy With My Little Eye, and before It Creeped at Midnight*

 

Knock, Knock…Who’s Dead…?

 

After a menacing warning, Blake Williamson has been told he will get his dead mother back within the week, that she will knock three times and then three more. It also means his wicked witch of a stepmother, Melissa, will have to die in her place.

 

Not that he cares. He hates his stepmother and wants her gone. His mother is the only woman he wants in his and his father’s life.

 

But nagging doubts about his mother’s accident and death are leaving him cold. Melissa had told him something just before she fell down the stairs that prompted Blake’s suspicions to rise up, and now he has a driving need to look into Melissa and her past. And he finds it all right, a past she wants buried and hidden forever…especially after what she did to get what she wanted…

 

A past that finally catches up to her when she answers the door…

 

For children aged 12 years plus

 

Knock, Knock…Who’s Dead? retails for $2.99

 

 

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I Spy With My Little Eye…is here!

*to be read first before Knock, Knock…Who’s Dead? and It Creeped at Midnight*

 

I Spy With My Little Eye…

 

Blake Williamson wants him and his friends to become the new One Direction, but Melissa, a scowling stepmother who wants nothing to do with her stepson, banishes Blake and his friends to the attic with the warning; If he wants to sing and dance, he must clean out the attic and use it.

 

Spending hours cleaning and dusting, Blake discovers long-lost treasures and photos of happier times just a few short years ago. And then a strange thing happens…

 

A hole emerges through the adjoining wall, and unable to contain their curiosity, Blake and his friends peer through, only to find very strange things indeed…

 

An ominous green glow emanates through the hole and they see arms and blood flying through the air. But Blake’s not sure if he’s seeing things or just not being told the truth…

 

All he wants is for his mother to come back to him, and the neighbours say they can make it happen, but they want his stepmother in return…

 

For children aged 12 years plus

 

I Spy With My Little Eye… retails at $2.99

 

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