The Beautiful Creatures of Beverly Hills Book One
There is a creature haunting the swimming pools of affluent Beverly Hills. So far the creature’s kills have been confined to small animals, but now he has his sites set on the beautiful girl next door, and unless Josh Butters and his friends Alan and Conner can figure out how to stop him, Alexia Dupree and other gorgeous girls of Beverly Hills are going to wind up dead.
“Young love, Paranormal creatures, and Murder”
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It was supposed to be a simple babysitting job, a way for teenage runaway, Kim, to get off the mean streets of Hollywood three nights a week. Then, Amaryllis and Hyacinth said “Let’s play Twitter,” and things got murderously strange
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E. Van Lowe
E. Van Lowe is an author, television writer, and producer who has worked on such TV shows as “The Cosby Show,” “Even Stevens,” and “Homeboys In Outer Space.” He has been nominated for both an Emmy and an Academy Award. His first YA Paranormal novel, Never Slow Dance With A Zombie, was a selection of The Scholastic Book Club and a nominee for an American Library Association Award. Included among his many books are bestselling novels, Boyfriend From Hell and Earth Angel. E lives in Beverly Hills California with his spouse, a werewolf, several zombies, and a fairy godmother who grants him wishes from time-to-time. E is also horror novelist Sal Conte, author of the 80s horror classics Child’s Play and The Power. Sal’s short books, Because We Told Her To, Baad Dog, and his most recent release Dream Escape are available as ebooks only on Amazon. For more on what’s happening in Sal’s world click on the “Sal Conte’s Page” link at the top. The Secrets of Love and Death was awarded the Indiefab silver medal for being the 2nd best YA novel of 2016. This honor was awarded at the American Library Association conference June 2017.