Digging Up the Dead
Gravedigger series book 2
A plot to takeover the underworld, a missing vampire, and now.. zombies? What's a gravedigger to do?
Helena is recovering from the shock of her life... or would that be death? While the other reapers, Soren and Billy are doing their best to keep her focused on work, her best friend Grace comes to Hel with her own problems; Boude, her boyfriend is missing.
Hel drops everything to help her vampire friends but things start looking even more dire when the dead bodies in the fields begin clawing their way out the dirt.
As she searches for answers, a conspiracy begins to unravel and if the one behind it isn't stopped it could take down the entire underworld.
Praise for "The Dark Side of the Woods"
An edge of your seat harrowing story as Dalton takes you into the mysterious dark woods in this unique romantic thriller. A serious page turner!
Cyrus Alderwood, author of Tales From the Sunset Pub
In “The Dark Side of the Woods" Willie Dalton paints this story in such a way, that even the Appalachian Mountains become one of it's own vivid characters in the story. The visuals weave together with the story in such a way, that it heightens the reader's experience. Fabulously crafted, with character's you want to know, this book is a must-read. -Amy Blackthorn, Author, Encyclopedia of Magical Aromatherapy
Willie Dalton does it again. Dark passions, ancient mountains, and a looming family curse. THE DARK SIDE OF THE WOODS will draw you in... and may never let you go. -Angela DuBois
author of the ClassiQuest Science series
Praise for "Three Witches in a Small Town"
If you liked Alice Hoffman's best-selling novel and the hit movie it spawned, Practical Magic, you will love Willie E. Dalton's debut novel. Three Witches in a Small Town will keep you spellbound to the end.
-Tammy Robinson Smith author of Emmybeth Speaks