Severozavodsk, Russia is no one's choice destination. A frozen industrial wasteland, it is a grim place where secrets are buried by blizzards and men. When Jake Levin and Bill Jones, American financial analysts in search of an investment opportunity, arrive in Severozavodsk, they will get much more than they bargained for, as the darkness at the heart of the city surges and primal, inhuman forces begin to stir under the permafrost. Even with the help of beautiful and secretive Olga, will Jake and Bill survive the reckoning with powers beyond their comprehension that threaten the town and all in it?
After the loss of his first life, Alex, the werecat, is driven from his home and into the unknown of Birmingham in the 1970s. As a young cat on the prowl, his first goal is to find food and shelter. However, he ends up getting much more than he ever bargained for when he meets up with another of his kind, a she-cat!
"I am a massive aficionado of both horror and heavy metal, but this doesn’t essentially apply just to my writing, more of a study of how two often misunderstood (or maligned, take your pick) genres in their various fields can be entwined. Personally I often write to a soundtrack of different varieties of metal music; I am often inspired by it both lyrically and musically, and it often works to set out a scene or aid in pacing, or to trigger the right emotion and amplify an assortment of aspects in a certain story. I frequently infiltrate my work with references of a metal nature and often make mention that what I write is a melange of grindhouse splatterpunk and old school classic horror all driven by heavy metal, but that in itself is only skimming the surface in what I mean by the fiction genre and the music genre being so closely aligned, they may as well be brothers from another mother." (Jim Goforth) more Here
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