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Purging Purgatory: A Ghost Story

by Roger Mendoza

Do ghosts exist? To eight-year-old Tommy, they do. He can talk with ghosts. That’s one of his super-powers. Not only that, he can look at anyone, living or dead and see if there is any darkness around them....

Only the Dead Know Burbank

by Bradford Tatum

With Lon Cheney and Boris Karloff among its characters, this sweeping and stylish love letter to the golden age of horror cinema tells the wonderful, tragic story of Maddy Ulm. It takes readers through her rise...

Lily's House

by Cassandra Parkin

'Spell-binding.' Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife Marianne reluctantly confront the secrets of the past and present - and discover how dangerous we become when we're trying to protect the ones we love....

Haunting Muses

by Doreen Perrine

In this collection of lesbian stories, ghosts, be they actual or the metaphorical ghosts of memories, aren't necessarily evil and hauntings may or may not be bad. How do we move beyond the foul spirits or integrate...

The Motion of Puppets

by Keith Donohue

From the bestselling author of The Boy Who Drew Monsters and The Stolen Child comes a modern take on the Orpheus and Eurydice Myth—A Suspenseful tale of romance and enchantment

In the Old City of Québec, Kay...

Last Best Day

by Jeff Somers

The second in a trilogy of three shorts from the “exhilarating…powerful and entertaining” (The Guardian) contemporary fantasy writer Jeff Somers, featuring the blood magician duo from the inventive and...

Maqui of Saigon: a Legendary Spirit from Vietnam

by Alexander Shin

Twelve years have passed since the Vietnam War ended. But the remainders of the war still prevail. I would not return to England until I had tracked down the Legend of Chuyện ma, but the truth I found was...

No Light Tomorrow

by Christian Laforet & Ben Van Dongen

Some things are so accepted as to be taken for granted. While the far future is shrouded in uncertainty, there are expectations often considered assured that are overlooked. There is only one you, threats are...

The Sinner (The Graveyard Queen, Book 6)

Darkest Journey (Krewe of Hunters, Book 20)

The Fall of the House of Cabal

by Jonathan L. Howard

Johannes Cabal, a necromancer of some little infamy, has come into possession of a vital clue that may lead him to his ultimate goal: a cure for death. The path is vague, however, and certainly treacherous as...

Where Are You Mr. Biggs?

by Nelson S. Bond

I didn't have to ask whom he meant. "Scrawny neck" would mean only one inmate of our void-perambulating asylum. Lancelot Biggs. Genius and crackpot, scarecrow and sage-and soon to become son-in-law of the skipper....

Werewolf of the Sahara

by G. G. Pendarves

"This Ilbrahaim, though-he swears our camp's being haunted. He thinks a weredog, or werewolf, has attached itself to us. Says he woke and saw it prowling about last night."

The White Feather Hex

by Don Peterson

For a few seconds, however, the tall stranger seemed to lose all of his cockiness, and a somber look crept over his jovial features. "Have you ever heard of the hex of the white feather?"

The Tree of Life

by C. L. Moore

For in the clearing's center stood the Tree of Life. He had met the symbol too often in patterns and designs not to recognize it, but here that fabulous thing was living, growing, actually springing up from...

The Terror Of The Water-Tank

by William Hope Hodgson

Crowning the heights on the outskirts of a certain town on the east coast is a large, iron water-tank from which an isolated row of small villas obtains its supply. The top of this tank has been cemented, and...

The Salem Horror

by Henry Kuttner

When Carson first noticed the sounds in his cellar, he ascribed them to the rats. Later he began to hear the tales which were whispered by the superstitious Polish mill workers in Derby Street regarding the...

The Monkey Spoons

by Mary Elizabeth Counselman

"The price," he said heavily, "is five hundred for the set, if you insist on buying it... But I must tell you this, although I am sure you young people will laugh at me-or perhaps be even more intrigued by these...these...

The Invaders

by Benjamin Ferris

Big Joe Merklos was the first of them. He appeared at the Wide Bend National Bank one day, cash in hand. The charm of him, his flashing smile, the easy strength in his big body, were persuasive recommendations....

The Doors of Death

by Arthur B. Waltermire

A strange and curious story is this, about a banker whose only fear was that he might be buried alive, like his grandfather before him.