Black Moon

Black Moon


The Black Moon

A Novel of Cornwall, 1794-1795

The Black Moon

The stunning fifth novel in Winston Graham's classic Poldark saga, the major TV series from Masterpiece on PBS. When Ross Poldark’s former beloved gives birth to a son—with his enemy George Warleggan—Ross must face the pain of losing her all over again. But soon they discover her cousin has fallen in love with Ross’s brother-in-law, and the two families become entangled in surprising new ways. As the rivalry between Ross and George reaches new heights, the families must face an uncertain future. Filled with intrigue and secrets, and set against the romantic Cornwall backdrop, Winston Graham's The Black Moon will pull you in to the lives of these two very memorable families.

Black Moon

Black Moon

Negotiating the borders and hinterlands of Central and Eastern Europe - with occasional coracle trips or forays to Antarctica for a round of golf - the homesick flaneur surveys the surrounding devastation with the same mixture of fascination and alarm he feels when he discovers the sweat-mark on his T-shirt makes a perfect map of Ireland. All around, he sees natural and man-made catastrophe: the ruins and remnants of war peopled by kidnappers and assassins, feral dogs, death squads, the dispossessed and deracinated. These poems are parables of threat, parties for the end of the world; they speak eloquently of damage, displacement and the resulting swell of terror: 'I looked back at the door heard the lock click, then beyond another lock, then another.'

Black Moon

Black Moon

Welcome to New Manhattan, home of Dictator Kay Pierce, and her enemies in the Resistance... Leading them is Amity. Working undercover for them is the man who betrayed her. Because even when her world is broken, Amity will risk her life to fix it. Set in a daring and distorted echo of 1940s America, Black Moon brings this epic series of corruption, romance and intrigue to an explosive finale.

Black Moon

Black Moon

"This is spectacular sci-fi." —Booklist One final secret stands between Rho and the enemy. But will the devastating truth destroy her first? Rho, the courageous visionary from House Cancer, lost nearly everything when she exposed and fought against the Marad, a mysterious terrorist group bent on destroying balance in the Zodiac Galaxy. Now the Marad has disappeared without a trace, and an uneasy peace has been declared. But Rho is suspicious. She believes the Master is still out there in some other form. And looming over all are the eerie visions of her mother, who died many years ago but is now appearing to Rho in the stars. When news of a stylish new political party supported by her best friend, Nishi, sends Rho on another journey across the Galaxy, she uses it as an opportunity to hunt the hidden master and seek out information about her mother. And what she uncovers sheds light on the truth--but casts darkness upon the entire Zodiac world. Book 3 in the breathtaking sci-fi space saga inspired by astrology that will stun fans of the Illuminae Files and Starbound series.

Black Moon Draw

Black Moon Draw

A reader gets sucked into the book she’s reading and is trapped, unless she convinces the hero of the story to send her home. Just her luck - the book is unfinished, and its sexy hero is far more alpha male than she’s prepared to handle. What Naia doesn’t know: the story – and its hero – have been expecting her for quite some time, even though she has no idea what she’s doing there. Naia must learn quickly how to navigate the dangerous, magical world of Black Moon Draw and find a way to woo the unlikely, uncooperative hero of the story, who holds the key to returning her home.

Black Moon

An Alpha Pack Novel

Black Moon

A group of former Navy SEALS, the Alpha Pack is a top-secret team of wolf shifters with Psy powers combating the greatest dangers in the world. But sometimes those dangers are more intimate than they bargained for… Ever since he saved Dr. Mackenzie Grant’s life, panther shifter and sorcerer Kalen Black has had trouble keeping the beautiful doctor out of his thoughts, and his heart. The brush with death awakened an intense passion between them—one that for the first time had the notorious loner letting down his guard. With the Alpha Pack battling an evil Fae who is slowly gaining control over Kalen’s mind, Kalen can no longer trust his own actions, and he breaks off his affair with Mackenzie in order to keep her safe. But when Mackenzie learns that she is carrying Kalen’s child, no amount of danger will keep her away from the man she loves. To protect his mate and unborn child, Kalen will have to battle a terrible evil, unleash the full fury of his power, and risk destroying them all…

Black Moon

Black Moon

Ex-cop turned boat minder Rick Broca comes across the wreckage of an airplane, and it quickly becomes apparent that the pilot he rescued from the water is not who he claims to be.

Black Moon

The Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin, Volume Five

Black Moon

The concluding volume in a series collecting the stories of Jules de Grandin, the supernatural detective made famous in the classic pulp magazine Weird Tales. Today the names of H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, August Derleth, and Clark Ashton Smith, all regular contributors to the pulp magazine Weird Tales during the first half of the twentieth century, are recognizable even to casual readers of the bizarre and fantastic. And yet despite being more popular than them all during the golden era of genre pulp fiction, there is another author whose name and work have fallen into obscurity: Seabury Quinn. Quinn’s short stories were featured in well over half of Weird Tales’s original publication run. His most famous character, the French supernatural detective Dr. Jules de Grandin, investigated cases involving monsters, devil worshippers, serial killers, and spirits from beyond the grave, often set in the small town of Harrisonville, New Jersey. In de Grandin there are familiar shades of both Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot, and alongside his assistant, Dr. Samuel Trowbridge, de Grandin’s knack for solving mysteries—and his outbursts of peculiar French-isms (Grand Dieu!)—captivated readers for nearly three decades. Available for the first time in trade editions, The Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin collects all ninety-three published works featuring the supernatural detective. Presented in chronological order over five volumes, this is the definitive collection of an iconic pulp hero. The fifth volume, Black Moon, includes all the stories from “Suicide Chapel” (1938) to “The Ring of Bastet” (1951), as well as an introduction by George Vanderburgh and Robert Weinberg and a foreword by Stephen Jones.

Black Moon

Black Moon

For untold millennia, a spiritual being has roamed the face of the earth: seldom revealing its face, but rather inhabiting the bodies of those responsible for some of the most diabolical acts known to man. Its sole purpose is the annihilation of mankind through the obliteration of one of the most preeminent bloodlines in history. The novel, Black Moon, describes the experiences of a homicide detective whose life is impacted by a string of brutal and inexplicable murders in the city of Philadelphia, which appear to be the work of something other than human. In the process, he has to come face-to-face with a hidden fear regarding a similar incident from his past while acknowledging the implication of his wife as the primary suspect in these affairs. Robert R. Frazier is a native of Philadelphia, PA. His past works have received literary recognition from Temple University and the U.S. House of Representatives among others. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Tuskegee University and a Master’s in Education from Antioch University and has worked as a special education teacher and child and adolescent therapist in the Philadelphia area. Married and the father of seven, he is retired and devotes his time exclusively to writing. He is presently working on the sequel to Black Moon to be released in 2018.