Fratricide, Werewolf Wars, and the Many Lies of Andrea Paddington

      Stephen Bills
Fratricide, Werewolf Wars, and the Many Lies of Andrea Paddington

Apocalypse: keep it in the family.Ah, the problems never cease. The Team want Paddington to help contain a family of vampires before they fulfil another vague, ancient prophecy that will destroy the world. The werewolf pack wants revenge. His wife wants him to stay away from it all. Oh, and there’s some question about Paddington’s father’s death. Specifically, whether it actually happened...Apocalypse: keep it in the family…It's been three years since Chief Constable Paddington became a werewolf and thwarted the family of vampires who tried to fulfil an ancient prophecy and destroy the world. Three years of peace. Paddington was almost starting to believe that the hard times were over. That he could settle down with his wife. Think about starting a family.Unfortunately, family and Paddington don't go well together. His father died of a heart attack a few days after Paddington's birth. His mother's dying words still haunt him.Yeah, family's never been his strong suit, but Paddington is about to become a dad himself. Happy day.Except now the vampires have disappeared and the Supernatural Help and Investigation Team are demanding Paddington help bring them back. The werewolf pack, though, are howling for bloody revenge. So to speak.Oh, and there's some question about Paddington's father's death. Specifically, whether it actually... happened.Just like old times, then. Still, at least there isn't a prophecy foretelling the end of the world...Right?

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    Bovicide, Zombie Diaries, and the Legend of the Brothers Brown

      Stephen Bills
Bovicide, Zombie Diaries, and the Legend of the Brothers Brown

Constable Paddington has a few problems: an evil beast is killing cows on his island; the elite military team who are supposed to capture this beast are threatening to shoot the duke; and there's a horde of philosophical zombies on the loose. And that's not even mentioning the vague, ancient prophecy about the end of the world...The end of the world starts with the death of a cow…Innocent enough, right? After all, cows die every day. Usually they’re not ripped apart by razor-sharp teeth, though. And most of the time they’re not devoured – fur, bones, and all – by a mythical creature.Still, Constable James Paddington always wanted a proper case rather than the usual bickerings of the island’s backwards inhabitants. Now he has one.Two, actually. There’s also Norman Winslow, aging bachelor extraordinaire, who hasn’t been since he documented his own zombification. So, two problems.Well, three, really. There’s also that vague, ancient prophecy about the end of the world that’s due to be fulfilled… ah, this Saturday. Is it that soon already?Yeah. It’s going to be a busy week…

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