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The Long, Lost Exit Home and the newly released novel, The Carniphyte Conspiracy, are new additions to the great horror sci-fi traditions of Stephen King and Dean Koontz.
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SYNOPSIS:

The saying ‘You are what you eat’ takes on a horrifyingly new meaning when a special virtual reality headset enables an optics expert’s invention to record images of a dead covert military officer’s last hour of life.

When a plan to end world hunger is introduced to health inspector George Halifax, he soon discovers that nefarious alien invaders are behind a new food source for mankind that may or may not pose a problem for humans, and learns a sinister secret, while earth is besieged by an over abundant crop of delicious meat plants named Carniphytes.
SYNOPSIS:

When people begin to disappear in a California coastal town, where a series of gruesome murders and the most unimaginable events take place, a visiting nineteen-year-old heroin addict, Laura Masterson, becomes embroiled in a dark conspiracy of parasitic aliens and biological monstrosities.
While she searches for her father, one of the many missing, she stumbles upon the discovery of an unstoppable invasion of ferocious subterranean creatures that emerge from the sea at nightfall to prey upon the local waterfront populace.
Finding help from a rebellious, street wise juvenile, both Laura—who encounters an obsessive intimate romance from a past high school heartthrob—and her girlfriend, team up in order to escape a serial killer and uncover a connection to the murders that may involve others willing to kill to keep the killer’s identity hidden. If they survive, they may face a future more horrific than death.