A Listing of Dark Fantasy Titles



Danse Macabre
When one dresses largely in black and belongs to a Wiccan coven on campus, having an older boyfriend who thinks he is a vampire almost makes sense. However, when Roselyn’s lover Dryden becomes an actual vampire—albeit a reticent one—and her preternatural roommate Shane is mistakenly taken hostage  ...[Read More]
Dante’s Inferno
For an urban English-speaker in the twenty-first century, the original language of Dante Alighieri’s Inferno, the first act of his trilogy, the Comedy, would read like a shockingly accurate critique of today’s globalized society, if we could understand it. Dante’s Inferno: A Wanderer in Hell gives  ...[Read More]
Dark Angels Of Zeus
Thousands of years ago Earth was visited, colonized and ruled by an immortal alien race from the planet Titan. These immortals were considered gods by the indigenous population ... humans. These gods ruled Earth from Mount Olympus, but they made a serious mistake ... they mated with mortal humans   ...[Read More]
Dark Demons
Dark Demons: Tales of Obsession, Possession, and Unnatural Desire They are the places we refuse to visit, but can't help but feel drawn there.  They are the thoughts we avoid thinking, but in the end they take over our minds.  They are the desires that unknowing  ...[Read More]
Dark Lurkers
Throughout mankind's history, there has always been a fear of the dark and the strange. A terror of things which hide within shadows, and what may emerge from inside them... Perhaps another world brushes against our own, leaving a doorway open for something fantastic and malevolent to enter. Legenda  ...[Read More]
Dark Vigil
Dark Vigil is a collection of 11 short stories and one novella. The collection is comprised of 12 unique tales of horror that explore the realm of religion. From the realization of wanting in Replicate, to the yearning to leave God's grace for the damnation of hell in Touched, to the release of hope  ...[Read More]
Darkness Revealed
Lucifer recalls out loud how he first proposed laws and regulations, and how Tobiah twisted the plan around to his benefit. He remembers with fury the scuffle they had, followed by a truly destructive act as Tobiah smashed a piano that Lucifer had crafted with his own hands, when he first invented m  ...[Read More]
Daughter of God
Above all things, what do the damned desire? Company. And of course, the devil drives a Volvo? But is this the devil or the bintu llha, daughter of god, one of the true creators, or some crazy woman off her face? Without knowing, Adam is drawn to her and falls completely, but does not fail completel  ...[Read More]
Day Of The Fastle
When a man wakes up in a meadow with no memory of himself, he takes to the road, hoping to find someone who knows him and can tell him who he is. Confronted by a menacing black-clad knight named Sir Borus Renovar, the man invents the name “Stone Falconer.” When Sir Borus asks Stone if he’s signed so  ...[Read More]
Dead Boy Walking
When a local high school student is murdered, his friends rally together to find his killer, but they get help from an unexpected source - their dead friend - who is having issues himself as he struggles with existing between life and death, trying to figure the origin of a ring that has supernatura  ...[Read More]
Dead Run
When the dead rise they stop being nice. They’re not your friend. They’re not your relative, acquaintance, lover, neighbor, or that person who says hi to you at work. The dead have one desire; the blood of the living. They come in the night, and they don’t stop. Only the sun holds them back if you c  ...[Read More]
Deities And Demons
Extensively revised and re-written in a more professional and experienced style, Double Dragon Publishing proudly presents these second-edition versions of Charles J. Schneider’s two debut novellas in a single volume. United by the common themes of romance and tasteful sensuality but contrasting sha  ...[Read More]
Demonheart
Vogel is a spy and agent for the Teutonic Order who spends his time chasing down villains and indulging his love for good beer. Life is good and uncomplicated. Or so he thought until he’s dragged to stand before the Bishop of Rittershafen and the Grand Master of the Teutonic Or  ...[Read More]
Denizens of the Cityscape
Denizens of the Cityscape and Other Vengeful VersesAre they stories? Are they poems? Once you start reading, it won?t really matter. From the secrets of ?The Village Pond? and the ?The Old Stone Mill,? to the strange encounters with ?The Vine? and ?The Jigsaw Puzzle,? to the cast of doomsday  ...[Read More]
Discorporate Prophet
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