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When a boy is crucified, Detective Kinderman finds himself chasing down a murderer who is already dead.
Absence will chill you with the stark reminder that human beings are not just bodies, but souls whose spiritual influence cannot be suppressed, even when the bodies have gone missing.
Investigations into a haunted suburban community mixes the fun of Stranger Things with the other-worldly sense of Tales from the Loop and the madness of House of Leaves.
It’s been a few years since St. Tommy saved the world. Now his son Jeremy and ward Lena have joined the fight.
Swept into a werewolf hunt with two nuns, a dashing guardian and a jolly priest, Athene Howard applies her intellectual skills to unravel this mysterious new Papist world.
Step into Fall with a Good Book
St. Tommy fights the CPS and a group of pagans who have taken over a military base.
Deepen your Lenten reflection with these stories of repentance and forgiveness
Yes some good things DID happen this year- Catholic creators have not let turmoil stop their mission.
Detective Nolan returns home for a well-deserved vacation only to find himself fighting hordes of gunmen, Lovecraftian monsters, and a demon straight from the pit.
With the government on the verge of outlawing Christianity, a group of Catholics launch a new Crusade.
Detective Nolan embarks on a Crusade against demonic sex traffickers trying to raise a demon.
St. Tommy uncovers a group of elites using an ancient artifact to destroy London.
“The Dunes” raises questions that are relevant in any marriage: not just for the creepy, otherworldly couple who venture onto a lonely island to set up camp near prehistoric sand dunes for the last time.
If you don’t like current state of mainstream publishing and wish there were more widely available alternatives, this is your chance to help make that a reality.
St. Tommy finally comes face-to-face with the warlock that has been behind the events of the previous two books while fighting off hordes of everything from gangsters to vampires.
Looking for a book that puts Christ not just back into Christmas but into Halloween too? Throw in a dash of ghost story, mystery, and romance and you have A Tortured Soul.
Odd Thomas is a fry cook who is haunted by Elvis, sees demons, fights evil and provides a remarkably grounded picture of a man on the path to sainthood.
I knew this book was going to be scary. What I did NOT expect was to be left with a deep feeling of peace and comfort.
A story of a teenage vampire without the glamorous tempting allure, trying to really live in the real world.
St. Tommy continues his fight against the death cult, battling Voodoo priests and zombies along the way.
What does it look like when an every-man saint battles a demon?
Ready for the end of the world, battle mechs, and body swaps? This collection of short stories has it all.
An English lawyer runs afoul of necrotic vampires, and even worse things– Dominican Priests!
Marco thought his problems were over when he took on the vampire council, until he gets bit by a werewolf. Will this ruin things with his vampire girlfriend?
Did you know that Bram Stoker’s wife was a Catholic & he considered converting himself at one time?
Marco flees from his fears of hurting Amanda by taking a job to train Vampire Hunters in San Francisco. Should be a quiet job right?
How reading fiction became a crucial step in my conversion to the Catholic Church.