Bio: William Wilde writes in the Horror and Science Fiction genres. His short stories have appeared in magazines including Black Petals, Burning Sky, Dark Fire, Dark Moon Rising, Millennium Science Fiction & Fantasy, and Planet. He is a University of Washington alumnus and he has worked as an investment broker and a corporate finance manager. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon.
Kay Newman's foolish public flashing stunt is meant in fun, but it's witnessed by a disturbed observer who wants to see even more of her. The anonymous phone voice has one menacing demand: "Show me!" At the same time, two Seattle Police detectives are trying to stop a string of violent assaults by a serial predator on local real estate agents like Kay. The police don't think this predator is the same person who's harassing Kay, but what if they're wrong? Or what if it's not a random stranger at ... more info>>
David Price survives death in a terrible freeway crash, but his nightmare has only begun. He's hounded thereafter by an inhuman traveling sales rep and a series of gruesome deaths that occur wherever Price goes.
In a Seattle courtroom, controversial mystic Rachel Williams and her followers are tried for murder in a sensational case that turns into a modern day witchcraft trial and grabs the headlines. How could it happen? The radical occult practices taught by Williams are linked to the gruesome death of a corporate executive. The novel follows the events surrounding the trial leading up to a violent, explosive climax.