Rust: Three

Christopher Ruz
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Kimberly Archer is going to war.

After narrowly escaping the inferno at the Pentacost Convent, Kimberly finds refuge with Mister Gull, a stranger who claims to possess the power of the Queens of Rustwood. Together they construct a daring plan to draw a Queen out of its nest, cage it... and kill it.

But nothing is ever so easy in the sleepy mountain town. Fitch and Detective Goodwell are being pursued by the New Queen's servants, and an emissary in a black rainslicker has been sent to destroy all who oppose her rule. Madness, murder and bad dreams have settled across Rustwood, and if Kimberly Archer doesn't move fast, she and all her companions will soon discover that death is the easy way out...

Rust is an ongoing horror series in the style of King, Lynch and Lovecraft.

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Christopher Ruz
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Published on
Jan 11, 2016
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Pages
323
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ISBN
9781524206918
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Ghost
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Private Investigators
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
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What was once in every child's dream is now just an echo in the wind of a past gone by. Horror Island Amusement Park had the largest Ferrous Wheel, biggest roller coaster, and a beautiful view of the ocean.


As many years, weather, lack of funding and dwindling attendance, the amusement park was shut down and boarded up. But that wasn't the only reason for the decrease in attendance and the closing of the park. Reports of poor maintenance on the rides were the cause of many deaths and the major cause of shutting down the amusement park.


Thirty years later, there were reports of strange things going on at the abandoned amusement park. At night the rides started up on their own and the funny thing was, is that the park has been out of operation for over thirty years without any power. The police were called out to the park many times to investigate, but when they located the power supply all the wires were ripped out of the fuse boxes. The police also reported hearing laughter and voices as though the amusement park was still in full operation. A sign was put on the front gate of the amusement park which read "No trespassing! Any violators will be prosecuted."


A local ghost hunting group decided they would try and solve the strange goings on at the Horror Island Amusement Park. They called themselves "The Ghost Detectors Society." The Ghost Detectors Society consisted of Darren, Karen and Steve. They all thought solving the strange happenings would bring them fame, but they should have just stuck to doing the small stuff. Darren picked an overcast day to set the mood of the investigation. The fame struck ghost hunters met up at the amusement park at the stroke of midnight. Everything was just as perfect as any ghost hunter would have wanted it to be, overcast and windy. Everyone had all their ghost hunting equipment, in their briefcases ready for the big event to unfold. As they approached the gate, Darren said, "Everyone check your equipment to make sure everything is operating properly. Karen chimed in, "Darren, do you think we're going to really find any proof, or is this just a bunch of made up stuff to bring curious ghost hunters like us to make fools out of us." Darren exclaimed, "If we don't find any evidence we can at least say we believe in what we are doing as ghost hunters is worth the effort. Not every ghost hunter finds evidence, but when they do, it gives other ghost hunters like ourselves, hope that there is unexplainable things that makes it worth looking into. I don't care what anybody thinks of what we are doing is just a waste of time, if we didn't believe, we all would be at home playing video games and there would never be such things as ghost hunters. Thank goodness there are believers like us willing to take the risk in tapping into the unknown. I don't think any one of us would rather be at home playing video games. Let’s just be happy. Our ghost hunting dreams has brought us closer together as friends. I believe we were brought here for a reason and that reason is to find ghosts. Steve, is your equipment ready? "Yes, all my batteries are at full charge." "What about you Karen? Is your equipment good to go?" "Yes, everything is fine. I sure hope we get some good video footage."


These young ghost hunters are about to stir up some ghost activity that should have stayed buried in the abandoned amusement park forever. 

This carefully crafted ebook: “The Woman in White (illustrated) + The Moonstone + The Haunted Hotel: A Mystery of Modern Venice” contains 3 books in one volume and is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. The Woman in White is an epistolary novel written by Wilkie Collins in 1859, serialized in 1859–1860, and first published in book form in 1860. It is considered to be among the first mystery novels and is widely regarded as one of the first in the genre of 'sensation novels'. The story is sometimes considered an early example of detective fiction with the hero, Walter Hartright, employing many of the sleuthing techniques of later private detectives. The Moonstone (1868) by Wilkie Collins is an epistolary novel, generally considered the first detective novel in the English language. The Moonstone is about the disappearance of a precious diamond called "the Moonstone", and the novel is a collection of eyewitness accounts by different characters who know something about its disappearance. The idea was for the novel itself to be like a collection of evidence so that the readers could be put in the position of the detective. The Haunted Hotel: A Mystery of Modern Venice is a Wilkie Collins's ghost story was set in 1860 and published in book form with 'My Lady's Money'. The Haunted Hotel: a tale of a haunting - or the tale of a crime? The ghost of Lord Montberry seems to be haunting the Palace Hotel in Venice. Montberry's beautiful-yet-terrifying wife, the Countess Narona, and her erstwhile brother are the center of the terror that fills the Palace Hotel. Are their malefactions at the root of the haunting - or is there something darker, something much more unknowable at work? William Wilkie Collins (1824 – 1889) was an English novelist, playwright, and author of short stories. His best-known works are The Woman in White, The Moonstone, Armadale, and No Name. Collins developed a new way of writing suspenseful novels: instead of having a central narrator who tells the story, Collins composed his novels as a series of first-person narratives, so the point of view in the novels is always changing.
THE KING AND OTHER STORIES, the second collection by Christopher Ruz, combines five pieces of contemporary fiction and modern counter-culture literature into one exciting package.

In THE HARD SELL, a disaffected photographer finds his world flipped upside-down by a group of graffiti activists called the Four Horsemen. But the Horsemen and their enigmatic leader, Fiver, are operating without a plan and without a clue. Can they really change the world, or will they tear themselves apart in the process?

In THE KING, Derek and his misanthropic friends chase enlightenment through suffering. But Derek isn't playing by the rules. He has a plan that'll make him the idol of his friends and get him into Sylvia's pants. All he has to do is quit heroin while they all watch. Except, Derek has never used heroin. And so begins the greatest lie of his life... a lie that might be too big to back away from...

And in HERCULE AND THE DOCTOR, Harold is a middle-aged Agatha Christie aficionado, still obsessing over the day twenty years earlier when his little sister vanished into the old mansion known as the Bonehouse. But when Harold meets an out-of-town cosplayer dressed the fourth Doctor - Harold's childhood hero - he decides to do as Tom Baker would have done, and to return to the Bonehouse in search of answers, in search of a little girl still crying out for her brother.

THE KING AND OTHER STORIES is a 21,000 word collection of hard-hitting contemporary fiction fuelled by heroin, graffiti and Doctor Who. It contains:
The Hard Sell
The King
No Exit
Back to Civilisation
Hercule and the Doctor

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