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Crypt Of Cosmic Carnage: The Very Best Weird Fiction 1917-1935

by H.P. Lovecraft & Colin Wilson

Crypt Of Cosmic Carnage collects over 50 classic works of weird fiction by the legendary H P Lovecraft, presenting a definitive anthology of his very best and most important writings. The book is arranged in...


The Mysterious Stranger: And Other German Vampire Classics

by Candice Black

European vampire literature can be traced back to Germany of the 18th century, and the publication of the poems The Vampire (1748) by Ossenfelder and The Bride Of Corinth (1797) by Goethe. The 19th century saw...


Dracula: The Final Author's Edit

by Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker's classic best-seller "Dracula" was first published in 1897. But in 1901, Stoker revised and edited the book for a new English paperback edition. Since this was the last work Stoker did on the book,...


The Starry Wisdom: Fiction Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft

by D.M. Mitchell

Contemporary visions of cosmic transformation, mutation and madness - many inspired directly by the life and writings of H.P. Lovecraft, others reflecting his strangely presentient themes in their own bizarre...


Graveyard Spectres: Five Stories by Jean Ray

by Jean Ray

The Belgian writer Raymond de Kremer (1887-1963) wrote hundreds of short stories, novellas and novels, in the horror and mystery genre, under the main pen-names Jean Ray and John Flanders. In the 1930s, several...


Satanskin

by James Havoc

SATANSKIN is the collection of "graveyard erotica" first published in 1992, twenty stories promising "sex magick, lunar mutiny, excremental demonolatry, in utero lycanthropy, sadomasochistic vampirism, oneiric...


The Hashish Eater: An Apocalypse Of Evil

by Clark Ashton Smith

THE?HASHISH EATER (1920), an extraordinary prose-poem of malignant cosmic decadence and psychedelic evil, remains the signature work of its creator, the prolific fantasy author Clark Ashton Smith. Figuring prominently...


Night Oceans: The Sargasso Sea Stories

by William Hope Hodgson

As well as four classic fantasy novels and a series of "occult detective" stories, William Hope Hodgson (1877-1918) produced a large number of sea-faring tales, many of them steeped in elements of supernatural...


Carmilla & True Story of a Vampire: Two Homoerotic Vampire Classics

by J. Sheridan Le Fanu & Count Erik Stenbock

Carmilla (1872) remains the most famous, and original, lesbian vampire story of them all. Set in the shadowlands of old Styria, J. Sheridan Le Fanu's gothic-horror classic tells of the strange lust and symbiosis...


American Bloomsbury: Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau: Their Lives, Their Loves,

by Susan Cheever

Even the most devoted readers of nineteenth-century American literature often assume that the men and women behind the masterpieces were as dull and staid as the era's static daguerreotypes. Susan Cheever's...


Hamlet II: Ophelia's Revenge

by David Bergantino

Bard's Blood #1

The classic tales of William Shakespeare are often as packed with gore and corpses as the scariest slasher flick -- and can spawn equally gruesome sequels....

Football star Cameron Dean is...


Wither's Rain: A Wendy Ward Novel

by John Passarella

Once they were strangers bound by their fears of a demonic entity called Elizabeth Wither. They saw her come to life on Halloween in the historic college town of Windale, Massachusetts. They saw their dark dreams...


Wither

Bram Stoker Award for First Novel 1999

by J G Passarella

The college town of Windale, Massachusetts is proud of its colonial heritage -- including the legend of a dark witches' coven dating back three hundred years. No one in Windale actually believes in witches,...


The Best New Horror 6

by Stephen Jones

The Best New Horror has established itself as the world's premier annual, showcasing the talents of the very best writers working in the horror and dark fantasy field today. In this latest volume, the multi-award...


Underworld: Rise of the Lycans

by Greg Cox

The official movie novelization of the latest film in the blockbuster action/horror movie series, Underworld—coming to theaters in January 2009 from Sony Pictures!

Centuries ago...two ageless and terrifying...


Outpost

by Adam Baker

They took the job to escape the world They didn't expect the world to end. Kasker Rampart: a derelict refinery platform moored in the Arctic Ocean. A skeleton crew of fifteen fight boredom and despair as they...


The Shadow of the Soul: The Dog-Faced Gods Book Two

by Sarah Pinborough

DI Cass Jones is still dealing with the fallout of uncovering a major conspiracy within his own police station when a terrorist attack rocks London and he finds himself called on to help with the investigation....


Purefinder

by Ben Gwalchmai

London, 1858: a child is dead, a man is blamed, and dragged through hell - why is he persecuted and who is his persecutor?


The Way of All Flesh

by Tim Waggoner

In a world where zombies battle the living, which is more terrifying?

David is trapped in a nightmarish version of his hometown, pursued by crimson-eyed demons and insane cannibals, with no idea how he got there....


Garden of Evil

by Graham Masterton

Jim Rook, remedial English teacher and psychic, knows it's going to be a bad day. He nearly runs over someone dressed entirely in black - but why did they walk right in the middle of the college driveway? And...