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Dark Spells: Four Books [Kindle Edition]

J.R. Rain , Scott Nicholson

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Boxed set of four bestselling supernatural novels of mystery and suspense by #1 bestselling authors, J.R. Rain and Scott Nicholson, including:

CURSED!
Albert Shipway is an ordinary guy, an insurance negotiator who likes booze and women and never having to say he’s sorry. And he thinks this is just another day, another lunch, another order of kung pao chicken. Little does he know that he’s about to meet a little old lady who knows his greatest fear. A little old lady who knows what’s hiding in his heart. A little old lady who dishes up a big stew of supernatural revenge, with ingredients as follows: First you take one psychotic ex from a family of serial killers. Next add a pinch or two of an irrational childhood fear. Now thoroughly mix in an angry sister, a life-stealing great-granddad, and a notorious mass murderer—who happens to be dead but doesn’t know it. Let it stew and froth and bubble thoroughly....In just a matter of minutes, Albert’s life turns upside down and he enters a world where magic and evil lurk beneath the fabric of Southern California. And all his choices have brewed a perfect storm of broken hearts, broken promises, shattered families, and a couple of tiny problems. Namely, killer mice and a baby. Albert Shipway is finally getting a chance to right some wrongs. That is, if it's not too late.

GHOST COLLEGE
First in a new series featuring paranormal investigators Ellen and Monty Drew. Ellen claims to possess a sixth sense but Monty, a former P.I., only believes what he can see. She views their work as a sacred mission while Monty just wants a happy wife and a paycheck. Then the Drews are summoned to a Southern California bible college after workers report hearing mysterious voices at night. When they encounter the unhappy ghost of a young girl, Monty's skepticism is shaken, but he resolves to help his wife free the trapped spirit. Their search uncovers the Latin phrase "Non omnis moriar"—not all of me shall die—and they learn more about the site's history as a Catholic school destroyed by an earthquake. But a mysterious presence has plans of its own for the young ghost, and Monty and Ellen must go head to head with a Dark Master that's had more than a century of practice in demonic deeds. Now Monty must leave his body to do battle with the Dark Master, and he's not sure Ellen will be able to bring him back in one piece. He's not even sure what's happening is real. All he knows is that all hell is breaking loose and he's taking a crash course where an "F" means eternal damnation.

THE VAMPIRE CLUB
The first in a series that features The Vampire Club, a group of lovable, laughable, larcenous college students turned vampire hunters. Over 150 years ago, a man was killed with a silver bullet in a rural, Pennsylvanian town. A man who just might be a vampire. The Vampire Club, a group of misfits who meet regularly in the basement of Western Virginia University’s library, think that they might have found their first documented case of a real vampire. Better yet, the Club thinks that the vampire might still be alive to this day, lying comatose in a hidden grave. And this is good news indeed for a group of vampire lovers. The hunt begins, and as they close in on their immortal prize, they soon realize that they aren’t the only ones interested in the vampire; indeed, a powerful group of killers will use whatever means possible to keep the vampire permanently in its grave.

BAD BLOOD
They call him Spider. And people come to him when they have a problem. So when teenager Parker Cole approaches Spider at night school, he figures she’s just another problem waiting to happen. But then she tells him about her father, who runs a cult called Cloudland based at the foot of mystical Mount Shasta, California. And then she tells Spider about her best friend, who is now dead, her body completely drained of blood. Spider wonders if the death is the work of a fellow vampire...

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  • Language: English
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Readable but nothing to be excited about Oct. 26 2012
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I read this series of books because I've been a fan of Rain's other books. These stories were not terrible, but they didn't move me either.

Cursed is the story of a man cursed by a witch for his part in the death of her granddaughter. There were some interesting ideas in the story, but I disliked the protagonist so much, I was hoping he would die at the end.

Ghost College is the story of a ghost debunking/removal team coming up against a haunting at a college. While it was an alright read with potentially interesting ideas it felt flat and uninspired.

The Vampire Club is a campy vampire novel which may have been a fun short story, but which grinds on with goofball, tiring cliches and characters. It was meant to be light and silly, but is short on real laughs. Again, hard to care about the characters.

Bad Blood is about a jaded vampire troubleshooter who gets dragged into a mildly Cthulu-esque plot. This story is the best of the bunch and worth the read.

Overall, I wouldn't recommend paying more than a buck for this set of stories.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Four novels, three out of four not worth reading Aug. 28 2012
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The first three novels are a waste of time. I don't know how multiple authors write a book, but the first three were trying to out cute themselves. It was like a one liner festival. The fourth novel in the collection was worth reading. The others are a waste of time. I have enjoyed J. R. Rain's books, but these are just too cute and monotonous. If you want to spend 6.99 on the fourth book it might be worth it, skip the front three. fredt
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Books March 18 2012
By lola - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed reading this set!! I thought all of them were good but Bad Blood was the best one to me!!! What a twist!!! I hope everyone enjoys them as much as I did.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Review Sept. 1 2013
By Tina - Published on Amazon.com
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Great collection of quirky short stories. Interesting topics and easy reads from well renowned authors. Overall, I recommend this collection.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good read July 27 2013
By Elaine K Weaver - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This is a very entertaining set of books. No politics, no budgets, just a fun read. I would tell my friends to read them(and I have)

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