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Prodigies: a novel

by Angélica Gorodischer & Sue Burke

An enchanting incantatory novel of the women whose lives pass through a nineteenth century boarding house. Moving, subtle, and dreamlike.


Masterpieces of Mystery: Mystic-Humorous Stories

by Joseph Lewis French

There is an intermediate ground between our knowledge of life and the unknown which is readily conceived as covered by the term mysticism. Mystery stories of high rank often fall under this general classification....


The Witch of Prague

by F. Marion Crawford

"A great multitude of people filled the church, crowded together in the old black pews, standing closely thronged in the nave and aisles, pressing shoulder to shoulder even in the two chapels on the right and...


St Cyprian: the wonder working magician

by Pedro Calderon de la Barca

The second drama in this volume, "The Wonderful Magician", is perhaps better known to poetical students in England than even the first, from the spirited fragment Shelley has left us in his "Scenes from Calderon."...


Strange True Stories of Louisiana

by George Washington Cable

True stories are not often good art. The relations and experiences of real men and women rarely fall in such symmetrical order as to make an artistic whole. Until they have had such treatment as we give stone...


Hexed #11

by Michael Alan Nelson & Dan Mora

The scales have shifted, and thanks to a little divine assistance, Madame Cymbaline is back and ready to kill Lucifer once and for all.


Little Girls

by Ronald Malfi

From Bram Stoker Award nominee Ronald Malfi comes a brilliantly chilling novel of childhood revisited, memories resurrected, and fears reborn…

When Laurie was a little girl, she was forbidden to enter the room...


The English Spirit

by Lord Dunsany

The English spirit is unique. Here Lord Dunsany gives examples of that spirit from the testing fields of World War I, where only a strong, unnerved spirit could survive.


Judgement Day

by Andrew Neiderman

2-IN-1 THRILLER SET! At long last: the prequel to The Devil’s Advocate—packaged together with that original novel, which Al Pacino, Keanu Reaves, and Charlize Theron turned into a blockbuster movie. Revealing...


The Witch

by Anton Pavlovich Chekhov

IT was approaching nightfall. The sexton, Savely Gykin, was lying in his huge bed in the hut adjoining the church. He was not asleep, though it was his habit to go to sleep at the same time as the hens. His...


And When the Music Stops

by Gillian McRae

What is the strange incessant music that keeps Wilhelm and his people, the Hundeiss, in slavery? Living and working underground all their lives, none of them has ever seen daylight. So when a chance rock fall...


The Story of Prophet Hud (Eber) In Islam Faith

by Muham Taqra

Prophet Hud or Eber is the name of a prophet of ancient Arabia, who is mentioned in the Qur'an. The eleventh chapter of the Qur'an, Hud, is named after him, though the narrative of Hud comprises only a small...


Finished

by H. Rider Haggard

"Finished" constitutes the third book in the trilogy of which "Marie" and "Child of Storm" are the first two parts. It narrates the consummation of the vengeance of the wizard Zikali upon the royal Zulu House...


Vikram and the Vampire

by Richard F. Burton

The Baital-Pachisi, or Twenty-five Tales of a Baital is the history of a huge Bat, Vampire, or Evil Spirit which inhabited and animated dead bodies. It is an old, and thoroughly Hindu, Legend composed in Sanskrit,...


Darkly the Thunder

by William W. Johnstone

The Root Of Evil

The ominous Rumblings of thunder—dark thunder, was how retired head of police Al Watt thought of it—had started thirty years before on the night that Sand was killed. A good man, that Sand,...


Anything but Zombies: A Short Story Anthology

by Jeff Strand, Rebecca Besser, MontiLee Stormer & Lee Moan et al.

For decades we’ve had vampires, werewolves, Jason, Freddy, and Michael. And now zombies have gone all Hollywood.

Out of a need to figure out what is the next classic monster, publisher and lifelong horror enthusiast...


Written in the Blood

by Stephen Lloyd Jones

"Chilling . . . A neo-gothic treat; original, richly imagined, and powerfully told." --The Guardian (UK) for The String Diaries

See the girl. Leah Wilde is twenty-four, a runaway on a black motorbike, hunting...


The Sorrows of Satan

by Marie Corelli

"Do you know what it is to be poor? Not poor with the arrogant poverty complained of by certain people who have five or six thousand a year to live upon, and who yet swear they can hardly manage to make both...


The Absentee

by Maria Edgeworth

The Absentee is a novel by Maria Edgeworth, published in 1812 in Tales of Fashionable Life, that expresses the systemic evils of the absentee landlord class of Anglo-Irish and the desperate condition of the...


The Altar of the Dead

by James Henry

The Altar of the Dead is a short story by Henry James, first published in his collection Terminations in 1895. A fable of literally life and death significance, the story explores how the protagonist tries to...