Top 25 Crossroad Press eBooks for 2019

Every year we try to give a shout-out to the books and authors who performed the best over the past year, and 2019 will be no exception. Keep in mind that some of the top books were fortunate enough to receive a leg up from Bookbub promotions, and that can make a significant difference. In fact, if you want to support authors, one of the best, simplest, and least obtrusive ways to do that is to follow them on Bookbub. You will only be notified if that author has a new book come out, or a Bookbub “deal” but a large number of followers allows them to take advantage of promotions they would otherwise be ineligible for. Reviews are also important – not long, book-report like reviews, but a line or two and some stars to help qualify them for the higher-end promotions.  That is the end of my “help our authors” note—here is the list of the top 25 eBooks from Crossroad Press for 2019:

Voyage of the Devilfish—by Michael DiMercurio

Weaveworld—by Clive Barker

“Please … Don’t Kill Me”: The True Story of the Milo Murder—by William C. Dear & Carlton Stowers

Hannahwhere—by John McIlveen

Caspion and the White Buffalo—by Melvin Litton

Straight Outta Fangton—C. T. Phipps

Deadfall Ridge—by Duncan McGeary

Vertical Dive—Michael DiMercurio

Trumped! The Inside Story of the Real Donald Trump—His Cunning Rise and Spectacular Fall—Jack R. O’Donnell & James Rutherford

The Rising Dead—by Devan Sagliani

Heart of a Dragon—by David Niall Wilson

The Books of Blood, Vol 1—by Clive Barker

Attack of the Seawolf—by Michael DiMercurio

Phoenix Sub Zero—by Michael DiMercurio

The DeChance Chronicles Omnibus—by David Niall WIlson

Barracuda Final Bearing—by Michael DiMercurio

The Rules of Supervillainy—by C. T. Phipps

Without Mercy: Obsession and Murder Under the Influence—by Gary Provost

Piranha Firing Point—by Michael DiMercurio

Cabal—by Clive Barker

Emergency Deep—by Michael DiMercurio

Threat Vector—by Michael DiMercurio

Warday—by Whitley Strieber & James Kunetka

Terminal Run—by Michael DiMercurio

Mercury’s Son—by Luke Hindmarsh

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