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The Mummy (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Jane Webb Louden

Jane C. Louden was an early pioneer of science fiction. Published anonymously when she was just twenty, The Mummy is a defining early text of the genre. Many of the horror stories of monsters and ghouls, particularly...


Some Tales of the Occult from Cornwall (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

A collection of occult tales and mysterious goings-on, all set in England's most enigmatic and mystical county: Cornwall. Hotbed of occultism, Paganism and Witchcraft, Cornwall forms the backdrop for famous...


The Ghost of Down Hill (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Edgar Wallace

Edgar Wallace was a hugely successful author who over the course of his career produced some 173 books and seventeen plays. These were largely adventure narratives with elements of crime or mystery, and usually...


Great Tales of the Unknown - Short Stories from Masters of the Gothic and Macabre (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

A collection of some of the best speculative short stories of all time, based around the timeless theme of Otherness and the Unknown. Featuring stories by masters of the genre such as Edgar Allan Poe, M. P....


The Queens of Victorian Horror - Rare Tales of Terror from the Pens of Female Authors of the Victorian Period (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

Rare tales of terror and mystery from the pens of the finest female authors of the Victorian period. Authors included are Mary Shelley, Amelia Edwards, Catherine Crowe and many more.


Some Short Stories by H. G. Wells - Including the Invasion of Mars and the Valley of the Spiders (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , H. G. Wells

H. G. Wells is regarded as one of the greatest science-fiction writers of all time. In this carefully selected collection is contained 'The Father of Science Fiction's greatest science fiction and fantasy writings,...


Tales from the Darkened Streets of Dublin - Ghost Stories and Tales of Witchcraft and Magic from Authors Like Bram Stoker and J. Sheridan Le Fanu (Fan

by Various

Dublin ranks amongst the most literary cities in the world. Collected here are the finest ghost stories set in the Emerald City, from the pen of classic authors such as Bram Stoker and J. Sheridan Le Fanu


The Canterville Ghost (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Oscar Wilde

Oscar Wilde was one of the most successful playwrights of late Victorian London, and a bonafide cultural icon. 'The Canterville Ghost' was his first published story, and is now one of his most popular, having...


The Witching Hour - A Collection of Victorian Tales Concerning Witchcraft and Wizardry

by Various

A collection of Victorian tales of witchcraft and wizardry, penned by some of the finest female authors of the era. Including work by Pauline Mackie, Anna Kingsford, Lady Wilde, and Miss Mary Lewis.


Is the Devil a Gentleman - And Other Satanic Stories (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

The Devil has occupied a unique and unrivalled position in art, literature and the mind of humankind. One might argue that no other concept or entity has ever loomed so large in man's imagination and intellect....


Werewolves - Throughout the British Isles (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Montague Summers

Montague Summers was a prolific writer and public eccentric who harboured a lifelong interest in the occult. His 'real life' investigations, such as Werewolves - Throughout the British Isles, are classic occult...


Cursed Forever to Sail the Seven Seas - The Tales of the Flying Dutchman (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

The Flying Dutchman - a ghostly ship crewed by ghouls and cursed to sail the seas forever - is one of the most interesting myths in Europe. Here, prefaced by a detailed introduction, are collected the finest...


The United States of the Undead - Short Stories of Zombies in the Americas (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

Zombies have arguably eclipsed vampires as one of the most popular subjects for modern horror. George Romero and his many imitators, as well as literary works such as The Walking Dead and The Passage, have ensured...


A Complete Horror Book - Including Haunting, Horror, Diabolism, Witchcraft, and Evil Lore (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

An eclectic and fascinating collection of horror stories, including tales of hauntings, devil worship, witchcraft and ancient evil. Featuring such classic authors as J. Sheridan le Fanu, Bram Stoker, Charles...


One Foot and the Grave (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Theodore Sturgeon

Theodore Sturgeon was a popular science-fiction writer, best-known for his 1953 novel More Than Human. First published in 1949, 'One Foot And The Grave' is ostensibly about witchcraft, and features a hero who...


Tales of Terror on the High Seas - Short Stories of Ghostly Galleons and Fearful Storms from Some of the Finest Writers Such as Edgar Allan Poe and Si

by Various

The high seas are one of the most enduring literary settings, and many of the greatest works in the Western literary canon have taken place aboard ships and galleons. Collected here are the greatest marine tales...


High Noon - Classic Tales of the Wild West - Hopalong Cassidy, the Cisco Kid, Stagecoach, Destry Rides Again, Western Union, the Virginian

by Various

The Wild West looms large in the artistic imagination, and has left an indelible mark on the history of cinema. However, unbeknownst to many, lots of the most famous Western films started out as stories. In...


The Bride of the Grave (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Johann Ludwig Tieck

Tieck's 'The Bride of the Grave' is one of his best-remembered tales, it is a meld of popular story and cautionary morality tale. As a morality tale it forewarns the reader that the sin, maybe pleasurable, however...


Satanic Stories - Tales and News Clippings of Satanic Practices Including the Black Mass (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by Various

The Devil has occupied a unique and unrivalled position in art, literature and the mind of humankind. One might argue that no other concept or entity has ever loomed so large in man's imagination and intellect....


The Transformation (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley wrote 'The Transformation' having been challenged by Lord Byron to pen an original ghost story. Eighteen months later, it became the classic novel, Frankenstein. The original tale provides fascinating...