Satan is in your shorts
Three horror stories by Edward G. Talbot. Three shorts are more than a pair, but in any case, these stories will quicken your heartbeat.
Full Moon Over Camelot: In King Arthur's realm, werewolves and werecats are all too real. Long confined to the shadows and the forests, these shape-changers have a secret weapon, a tremendous beast called Borgaz. As the knights battle, the truth behind the story of King Arthur and Mordred is revealed.
Femoral Depravity: Florida homicide detective Bo Shatner has seen a lot, but he's not prepared for finding bodies with their arms and legs ripped off. Is there a twisted new murderer at work, or is it something more sinister? The clues lead Bo to an old cajun named Philippe Bardot, and a truth that might cost Bo his life.
In The Donor: A deal with the devil is one of the oldest stories in the book. Ned Sanders knows he can't trust Satan, but he has little choice in the matter. He can survive the deal with the devil, but he may not survive the inevitable renegotiation.