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Peter Stone is a poor black vampire who is wondering where his nightclub, mansion, and sports car are. Instead, he is working a minimum wage job during the night shift as being a vampire isn’t all that impressive in a world where they’ve come out to mortals. Exiled from the rich and powerful undead in New Detroit, he is forced to go back when someone dumps a newly-transformed vampire in the bathroom of his gas station’s store. This gets him fangs-deep in a plot of vampire hunters, supernatural revolutionaries, and a millennium-old French knight determined to wipe out the supernatural.

Sometimes, it just doesn’t pay to get out of the coffin.

Set in the same world as The Bright Falls Mysteries.


"Straight Outta Fangton is a wonderful mix of urban fantasy, dark comedy and scary vampires. It reads very much like a thriller and whose pace will have you flipping pages as fast as you can. Charles Phipps is an author who is revealing himself to be a master of many genres as he continues to thrill and amaze." -The Fantasy Book Critic

"I love a good vampire story. When that story is wrapped up in clever, comedic writing, the ride is an enjoyable one. Charles Phipps can weave a tale with believable characters that have distinctive personalities filled with charm and wit." -Briar Lee Mitchell, The Whistlebrass Horror

"CT Phipps created a not just a fun story, but a fun world ripe for expansion and exploration." -Michael Gibson, Villains Rule

"Not only is it a funny book, but it's a creepy vampire story, a kick-ass action novel, and an intriguing urban fantasy at the same time." - Beauty in Ruins

"Full of fascinating characters and laughs." - James Alderdice, Brutal: An Epic Grimdark Fantasy

"I heartily recommend this book to anyone who is into urban fantasy or likes a good supernatural romp." - The Bookwyrm Speaks

Good for Nothing, is about various characters whose lives have been impacted by lover's, sibling's their parent's or society itself. The book starts off with the story of a woman named Remy and her daughter Aniejaa. a locked up baby daddy named Tyrell and his mom Miss. Ilena. Remy meet's Baeb at a nightclub and become's friend's with him. Shortly after Christina's introduced with her daughter Kayla and her daughter's father Brian, her little sister Angela as well as their father John. Afterwards the reader is lured into the life of Laquisha, her uncle Nash and her greedy, thieving lover Honesty. Laquisha is a female pimp, who was raised as a warden of the state. She was taught the pimp game by her uncle. Nash is a controlling dominating infamous pimp, who beat's on his girlfriend Keisha who moved from New-Orleans after losing her home and job to hurricane Katrina. Kamia's also another character in the story that has problems with a jealous acting mother Vivian and pedophile father Leon. Although she's had a few relationships with men, she carries on a secret relationship with a female named Jade who has a sister named Nicole who's always trying to break Kamia's and Jade's up. At some point Kamia is introduced to her friend Pink's cousin Clip. Who also has a story of his own about his past and the hell he went through. Good For Nothing, guides it's reader's into understanding that it's not so much as where you’re from that can dictate your future, but also what you've been put through in life. Which can dictate what path a person might end up taking, depending on what they choose to do with the situation they find themselves in. Rather they are going to turn out to be Good for Nothing or try to find a way to become Good for Something.
A biker and a cowboy must stop the apocalypse in the first book of the Blood and Bone modern western fantasy series.

His voice was rich, a much loved baritone, as he handed his seven-year-old grandson a gun.
“It’s time we had a talk, you and I. You won’t remember it, but you need to know it, and one day, when it’s time, I’ll call it up in you. You’ll know who you are, and what you’re intended to do. You’ll be a soldier, boy. Sealed to it. Life and limb, blood and bone. Not a soldier like others are, for it’s not the kind of war most people fight on earth. But because we’re not ‘most people,’ you and I, it will be far more important. The fate of the world will hinge upon it.”
Now no longer that wide-eyed child, Gabe is fresh out of prison, a leather-clad biker answering Grandaddy’s peremptory summons to, of all places, a cowboy bar in Northern Arizona. He is about to find out just how different he is from “most people”—and to meet the stranger with whom he will be sealed: life and limb, blood and bone, conscripted to fight an unholy war unlike any other.
For the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.
When he does.
And Gabe, thrown into the unlikely company of a country-music-loving rodeo cowboy from West Texas, an ancient Celtic goddess of war, an African Orisha who sings volcanoes awake, a Chinese goddess of mercy, Nephilim, and Grigori, finds himself fighting a battle he was bred for, but wants no part of.
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