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Katrina Monroe lives in Minnesota with her wife, two children, and Eddy, the ghost that haunts their bedroom closets. Follow her on Twitter (@authorkatm) or visit her website: www.katrinamonroe.com
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Angels and demons await us at the crossroads of our decisions. In the light of day, our choices seem rational. Masters of our own fate, we control the future. In the dead of night, second thoughts plague the mind and doubts torment the hapless.
Let DeadPixel Publications take you to places where choices lead to the unexpected and bizarre. Eleven writers explore those pivotal moments where fateful decisions have profound consequences. Hope and horror, regret and adventure, passion and murder. Sometimes, the angels of our better nature abandon us to our own folly. And once and a while, they give us a kick in the ass.
All boys grow up, except one.
On the tenth anniversary of her mother's death, fourteen-year-old Madge Darling’s grandmother suffers a heart attack. With the overbearing Grandma Wendy in the hospital, Madge runs away to Chicago, intent on tracking down a woman she believes is actually her mother.
On her way to the Windy City, a boy named Peter Pan lures Madge to Neverland, a magical place where children can remain young forever. While Pan plays puppet master in a twisted game only he understands, Madge discovers the disturbing price of Peter Pan's eternal youth.
For fans of Jennifer McMahon and Silvia Moreno-Garcia comes a haunting and atmospheric new novel from debut author Katrina Monroe.
They say Cape Disappointment is haunted.
That if you can hear the call of the water
It's already too late...
Tourists used to flock to Cape Disappointment in droves to visit the rocky shoreline and the creaky old lighthouse. But the tourists are gone now, and when Meredith Strand returns to her childhood home on the eve of her divorce, young daughter in tow, the Cape seems more haunted by regret than any malevolent force.
But her mother, suffering from Alzheimer's, is convinced the stories are real. Not only is there something in the water, but it's watching them. Waiting for them. Reaching out to Meredith's daughter the way it has to every woman in their line for generations—ready to reclaim what once was stolen.