Hurry! Get this horror-thriller for only 99c while you can.

Reaper’s Walk: Hellstone is a manic-paced action adventure featuring werewolves, vampires, demons and far, far worse. Through Saturday 29th you can get the Kindle version from for just 99c.

This book was beautifully written with imagination and creativity. You get all the gory details most authors do not want to write into their books. — 5-star review.

Caught up in feuds, wars, grudges, curses, and a desperate quest to find the Circle of Stones, are a pair of normal young women and their grandmothers. Except… it turns out that the women aren’t normal, and neither are their grandmothers.

“It is brilliant the way that the author has woven together so many monsters and it works. If you like vampire stories it has it, if you like werewolf stories it has that also, or demons or witches or voodoo hoodoo it has all that also…and it all works/flows together seamlessly.” — 5-star review.

Meanwhile the Grim Reaper is on his way to collect one of their souls…

And for a limited time, all this for only 99c

“This book is an easy read and I just couldn’t put it down! I can’t wait for the next one!” — 5-star review.

For the book trailer, international and multi-format purchase information, and more news about author Don Franklin’s fantastic novel, follow this link to our Reaper’s Walk page.

Artwork by Jonathan Banchick

Artwork by Jonathan Banchick

About Tim C. Taylor

Tim C. Taylor writes science fiction and is the author of 19 published novels as of August 2020. His latest book is 'One Minute to Midnight', published by Seventh Seal Press. Find out more at
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