Darker and more chilling than his first book, Fritz offers a collection of 13 tales that promise to unsettle your brain and tease your imagination. Werewolves, witches, and vampires are not the only monsters lurking inside these pages, and readers won't be sure at the outset if the entities they are seeing are good or evil. Indeed, most are a shady mixture of both. Most hide under some cover of darkness.
Janet Ulfilas is a frustrated teacher and also a werewolf trying to live a normal life, and every species is bred with it's own survival instinct.
Dierdra's husband is dead but she may have a way to see him one more time. But the price for this feat may not be what she expects.
Some say superheros are made, not born, but Franklin only believes what he can see for himself. Yet even he is being watched.
Aura doesn't want to get left behind when her parents go on vacation. But her parents don't want the Earth's past to be forgotten.
Marty's fear of the unknown future ends on the day that his future pays him a visit.
A child can turn any simple toy into an entire world of possibilities. And imagination is everything. Literally.
Todd Anderson thinks it's a raccoon crossing the highway in the middle of the night. Then he realizes it's an innocent baby. He was wrong both times.
Olivia's roommate is crass, rude, and nothing but trouble. So why is it she seems to be a perfect fit for Olivia's growing concerns?
Evolution is a slow yet constant progress. Yet sometimes it lurches forward.
Tricia hates going door-to-door selling magazines for her school. But there is one neighbor who looks forward to her visits every year.
A child has no place in the hell of war. Yet war is no match for pure innocence.
Any normal man would revel in surviving a shipwreck. But most shipwrecks don't happen near the Isle of Legends. Most.
Xavier Doyen has been working his entire life to build a machine that travels through time. But the coworker who finally solves the mystery is not the one who betrays him and his team.