Sunday, March 21, 2021

List of Christian Horror Novels

Feckless: Tales of Supernatural, Paranormal, and Downright Presumptuous Ilk Edited by Ellen C. Maze

Vampires, Werewolves, and Ghosts, oh my!
Meet a woman who can kill you with a single touch, a man who is friends with Death and a dying dragon, an alien preacher, a very special magician, a man who just can’t leave his ex alone, a woman who loves her husband despite his being possessed, a serial killer who gets exactly what he deserves, and more.
Feckless was put together by Ellen Maze, Christian vampire author extraordinaire, and many of the stories are of her own creation, which is a definite plus for the book.
Like most short story collections, there are some pieces in this volume that you’ll enjoy more than others, but I believe there is enough good stuff here to satisfy any horror fan.

The Judging: Book 1 of The Corescu Chronicles by Ellen C. Maze 

Fabulously frightening! Insanely imaginative!
Hope Brannen has just met Mark Corescu, the man of her dreams. He’s handsome, charming, and he’s a doctor! He’s also a vampire. Not to worry, though. This vampire only sucks the blood of evil people because he believes he’s doing God’s will by punishing them for their sins. Hope and her pastor-friend, Tony, have some questions, though. Can murder ever be within God’s will? Is a vampire supposed to judge humanity’s sins? Or is Dr. Corescu simply rationalizing his need to kill?
Things heat up when Corescu starts hearing voices in his head and begins to remember who he was before he became a vampire. In the midst of all this, a certain reporter is beginning to ask questions and the doctor’s servants are starting to rebel.

Never Ceese by Sue Dent 

Can werewolves and vampires be saved? That’s the question in Sue Dent’s novel, Never Ceese.

This is a Christian fantasy novel about a werewolf named Ceese and a vampire named Richard, who are both on a mission to break the curse of what they are and regain their salvation. It’s captivating, edgy, humorous, and realistic – the perfect combination of light and dark. I especially appreciated the tangibility of each of the characters. They are dynamic and memorable and Sue has a wonderful gift for taking us inside each of their minds to make us feel what they feel.

Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C. Maze 


God’s Word is potent and His followers are powerful!
Meet Beth Rider. She writes Christian vampire novels. After reading her latest publication, The Judging, real vampires are being inspired toward salvation. The problem is that the vampire hierarchy doesn’t appreciate so many of their underlings turning to “Beth Rider’s” God. Marking Beth as an enemy of the Brotherhood, the hierarchy orders that she, and all those vampires who are turning toward God because of her, be caught, tortured, and eliminated. Now the chase is on as Beth and her new bloodthirsty friends must trust God for their very survival.

Winter by Keven Newsome


What’s your spiritual gift?
Winter Maessen’s is prophecy, even if she isn’t the most mature Christian yet.
Winter is a new believer and a new college student attending a small Christian university. God directly told her to go to this school shortly after she was saved because He has a mission for her – to stop a serial killer.


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