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Katherine Hayton

Katherine Hayton is a middle-aged woman who works in insurance, doesn’t have children or pets, can’t drive, has lived in Christchurch her entire life, and resides a two-minute walk from where she was born. 122 more words

New Zealand Fiction

Cupcakes and Conspiracies by Katherine Hayton

Welcome to Hanmer Springs. Small town. Big secrets.

With a divorce pending and her career hanging in the balance, Holly Waterston returns to her hometown of Hanmer Springs to lick her wounds. 160 more words

New Zealand Fiction

Lee Hayton

Lee Hayton (a USA Today bestselling author) is the nom-de-plume of Katherine Hayton–a middle-aged woman who works in insurance, doesn’t have children or pets, can’t drive, has lived in Christchurch her entire life, and currently resides a two-minute walk from where she was born. 103 more words

New Zealand Fiction

Gun by Lee Hayton

Seven customers shot dead in a coffee shop. Thirty shoppers cut down by an assault rifle at the mall. One hundred and eight pupils killed by high-school students on a rampage. 136 more words

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Blood Like Ice by Lee Hayton

Norman is desperate to cure his main disability—being dead.

At thirteen years old, I became a vampire to save my teenage life. Within a few months, the government put me in shackles, and I spent every night working at the empire’s beck and call. 151 more words

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Nerves of Steel by Lee Hayton

For a thousand years, vampires ruled the earth. They bent men to their will and molded cities into hotbeds of depravity.

Ha! Just kidding. Vampires are weaklings that catch fire if you push them into sunlight. 172 more words

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Sleeping Beauty's Not-So-Weak Prince by Lee Hayton

All the stories you hear about me, they’re just fairy tales.

The people of this kingdom spout nothing but fanciful lies. I’m the hero of this chapter, whether anybody knows it. 121 more words

New Zealand Fiction