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Books by Edison

Over the years Edison T. Crux has gained a following for his urban fantasy and horror writing. His main book series, the Enoc Tales, is currently 6 books strong, with the 7th on its way.

The Enoc Tales

Inspired by real local legends, the Enoc Tales series takes familiar supernatural myths in new directions. 

Tale of the Wisconsin Werewolf

Something is strange in Elkhorn.

This rural Wisconsin town has never been exciting. That is, until the sightings started. Now people are seeing something they can’t explain… And it appears to be getting stronger.

Fifteen year-old Will Lewis isn’t from Elkhorn. But as his family dies off, one by one, he’s forced into the middle of the town’s biggest mystery.

While adjusting to a new school and a new town, Will hears the Tale of the Wisconsin Werewolf-and that his reclusive great-uncle is the prime suspect! Suddenly, everything about the old man is suspicious. Will goes on a quest for the truth, but each answer only raises more questions.

The truth could mean the end for Will, but by the time he finds out it could already be too late.

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Tale of the Gévaudan Beast

Facing the impending death of his beloved wife, renowned neurologist Dr. Connor Amon will stop at nothing to find a cure for her terminal condition.

Traveling halfway across the world to a mysterious clinic in the most remote corner of France, Connor meets the only person who can help—a diabolical doctor with a solution more terrifying than the disease.

Driven by desperation to save his wife, Connor’s choice turns his sleepy hometown of Elkhorn, Wisconsin into the hunting grounds of a monster.

This psychological thriller begs the question, “How far would you go for love?”

For Dr. Connor Amon, the answer proves deadly.

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Tale of the Twin-City Vampires

Benjamin Hall has a deadly secret—one that threatens his very life.

After returning to his childhood home of Minneapolis, Benjamin comes face-to-face with his worst nightmare; the sinister entity lurking inside his head. Multiple-Personality Disorder? Or possession by a fallen angel? Only one thing is for certain; his other side has plans for the body they share. Plans that involve Benjamin waking up hours later with blood on his hands. Meanwhile, bodies are turning up drained of blood with two distinct wounds on the neck. As the death toll rises, Benjamin has to wonder—is he the Twin-City Vampire?

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Tale of the Hawaiian Night-Marchers

Angel has never been “normal.” She can read the thoughts of those around her, and her best friend is a two foot tall Hawaiian no one else can see. She is… Different, to put it mildly. But on the night of her sixteenth birthday, a deadly curse falls upon her classmate—and it’s up to Angel to save her. The task looks impossible—lift the curse of the Night-Marchers, and do it before sunrise.

Accompanied by her diminutive friend Manini, Angel embarks on a journey across the Big Island of Hawaii, meeting fearsome deities, ethereal warriors, and scornful goddesses. Can Angel lift the curse before it is too late?

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Tale of the Mothman's Return

In 1967, the Silver Bridge collapsed under mysterious circumstances in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

50 years later, it’s all happening again. Unexplained lights fly overhead. The red-eyed shadow known as “Mothman” circles the town like a vulture. And a group of strange men with black suits and broad smiles stand at the outskirts of society, silencing anyone who asks too many questions.

Sixteen year-old Tasha doesn’t believe in any of this—until she unwittingly becomes the guinea pig in a demented alien experiment. Now she must play a vital role in a war she knows nothing about, to gain control of an ancient secret over the Ohio River. Who can you trust when there are monsters on every side?

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Enoc Anthologies

In a remote town in upstate New York, an occult organization operates from the shadows. Its mission? Enlighten humanity to a threat it doesn’t believe exists. The secret society known as Enoc fights fire with fire, training its disciples in magical arts to defend against demonic invaders and supernatural monstrosities. 

This collection of stories follows sixteen year-old Will and his best friend Travis as they find their place within this enigmatic society. In Season 1: Initiation, they arrive at the fabled Garlock Manor, and find themselves in over their heads. Season 2: Possession sends the friends to Maryland, where a child is being terrorized by a demon. In Season 3: Homecoming we return to their hometown in Wisconsin, only to find an old threat still remains. Season 4: Paradise takes them to Hawaii, where they help a mysterious girl stop an ancient evil that endangers the ghosts and gods of the islands. And in Season 5: Machinations, they go all the way to France in search of a diabolical doctor who preys on the terminally ill.

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