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Here it is, the new cover and title for the book formerly known as The Angel Alejandro.

“Dream Reaper is as lush and ethereal as it is visceral and unholy. A demonic horde seeks to swallow up the citizens of Prominence made vulnerable by their weaknesses. Those who take a stand against the evil are emotionally damaged as well; particularly a sheriff who battles his personal demons in a bottle. The author had me rooting for each of them in spite of, or maybe because of their flaws. With masterful pacing, Cross brings a small mystery to a raging boil that threatens every soul in Prominence. His exquisite prose drew me into the story as if I were living it. Highly recommended.” – QL Pearce, author of the Scary Stories for Sleep-Overs series, and Spine Chillers: Hair-Raising Tales

“Dream Reaper sets the bar high for urban fantasy; Alistair Cross brings thrills, chills, and otherworldly delights to every page. I’ve never read a novel like it – it delivers terrifying in-your-face horror even as the romance and humor melt your heart and make you laugh out loud. I came away from this book pumped full of adrenaline and deeply satisfied. An excellent read!” – Tamara Thorne, international bestselling author of Haunted and Candle Bay

” … This story caught me from the beginning and I could not put it down. It’s one thing to not remember your past, but when your past is filled with mysterious powers, it’s something else. The clash of good and evil, angels versus devils, it’s an amazing story that keeps you on the edge of your seat … it was magnificent! A definite must read.” – Amy’s Bookshelf

Dream Reaper is available now at: https://amzn.to/2GF3C9W

Angel or Demon?

Naive and heart-stoppingly handsome, he calls himself Alejandro, and Madison O’Riley has no clue what to do with him. As they set out to recover his lost identity, Madison realizes the mysterious man who saved her life harbors deep, otherworldly secrets that will put her in grave danger.

The Devil is in the Details

Gremory Jones has something for everyone, and for a price, he’s willing to make a deal. Walking the streets in top hat and trench coat, he tempts the citizens with mysterious wares from his shiny black briefcase. But buyer beware: All sales are final – and fatal.

A Scorching New Terror Has Come to Town

The townspeople are changing in appalling ways and it’s up to Madison – with the help of a psychic, a local priest, and the new chief of police – to help Alejandro unlock his forgotten powers before an unspeakable evil tears apart the fabric of existence … and costs them their very souls …

It was an absolute honor meeting Scary Stories director/producer, Cody Meirick. Check it out at Thorne & Cross: Haunted Nights LIVE!

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a series of children’s books published in the 1980’s and 90’s written by Alvin Schwartz and originally illustrated by Stephen Gammell. Many of us who love horror likely read the beloved and often controversial collection of folk stories and legends as children.

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The books will be honored in Scary Stories, the upcoming documentary directed/produced by Cody Meirick, which will feature interviews from Schwartz’s family members, folklorists, scholars, and notable horror authors such as R.L. Stine.

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Alistair’s paranormal murder/mystery, Sleep Savannah, Sleep, is available for pre-order at Amazon, and is scheduled for release on September 25th

If you like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, check out Q.L.’s latest scary stories collection, Spine Chillers: Hair-Raising Tales

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