horror 'mash-ups' of classic novels (7 books)

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horror 'mash-ups' of classic novels

 

Little Women and Werewolves

by Porter Grand & Louisa May Alcott

 

A literary landmark—the original, suppressed draft of the classic novel!

 

Little Women is a timeless classic. But Louisa May Alcott’s first draft—before her editor sunk his teeth into it—was even better....


Little Vampire Women

by Lynn Messina & Louisa May Alcott

"Christmas wont be Christmas without any corpses."

The dear, sweet March sisters are back, and Marmee has told them to be good little women. Good little vampire women, that is. That's right: Meg, Jo, Beth, and...


Grave Expectations

by Sherri Browning Erwin & Charles Dickens

Heaven knows, we need never be ashamed of our wolfish cravings. . . .

Bristly, sensitive, and meat-hungry Pip is a robust young whelp, an orphan born under a full moon. Between hunting escaped convicts alongside...


Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter: Vampire Hunter

by Seth Grahame-Smith

Indiana, 1818. Moonlight falls through the dense woods that surround a one-room cabin, where a nine-year-old Abraham Lincoln kneels at his suffering mother's bedside. She's been stricken with something the old-timers...


Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter

by A. E. Moorat

For all the rabid fans who devoured Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, comes A.E. Moorat’s Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter! This outrageously entertaining and deeply irreverent tale of palace intrigue and bloody...


Jane Slayre: The Literary Classic with a Bloodsucking Twist

by Charlotte Bronte & Sherri Browning Erwin

“ READER, I BURIED HIM . ”

A timeless tale of love,  devotion . . . and the undead.

 

Jane Slayre, our plucky demon-slaying heroine, a courageous orphan who spurns the detestable vampyre kin who raised...


Mr. Darcy's Bite

by Mary Simonsen

Mr. Darcy has a secret...

Darcy is acting rather oddly. After months of courting Elizabeth Bennet, no offer of marriage is forthcoming and Elizabeth is first impatient, then increasingly frightened. For there...


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