The William Hope Hodgson Megapack William Hope Hodgson et al.
From classic novels like “The Ghost Pirates” and “The House on the Borderland” to short stories to even a pair of poems, “The William Hope Hodgson Megapack” presents 35 classic… More
The Mummy Megapack Nina Kiriki Hoffman et al.
Hours of great reading await, with tales from some of the 19th and 20th century’s most renowned horror and dark fantasy authors! Explore the uncanny world of mummies, ancient egypt, and dark sorcery, with these… More
Mystery in Moon Lane A. A. Glynn
A corpse dressed in old-fashioned clothing is found by rescuers in a burning building in London’s Moon Lane during the Blitz of Christmas 1940. At first, police believe that the dead man must have come from some… More
The Dog Megapack Robert Reginald et al.
Almost everyone likes dogs, even those who prefer cats as pets. So it’s not surprising that writers have devoted a great deal of verbiage indeed to describe their ongoing love affair with the canine breed. You’ll… More
The Dead Hamlets Peter Roman
Book two in the “Book of Cross” series. Something is rotten in the court of the faerie queen. A deadly spirit is killing off the faerie, and it has mysterious ties to Shakespeare’s play, HAMLET. The… More
Australian Gothic James Doig
Australia has a long tradition of weird fiction, stretching back to colonial times. The stories in this anthology showcase the richness and variety of Australia horror and supernatural stories in the nineteenth and… More
Looking Backward in Darkness Kathryn Ptacek
These nineteen intriguing fantasy and horror tales challenge the very heart and soul of the reader. From unhappy husbands and beleaguered wives, to those individuals living completely on their own, these hard-edged… More
The Ash Murders Edmund Glasby
According to eyewitnesses, the victim was sitting on a park bench and talking loudly in a foreign language when he suddenly got to his feet and started flailing his arms around. Then his head fell off and the rest of his … More
Echoes of the Goddess Darrell Schweitzer
“[This] novel has immense power in its climax,” said The Encyclopedia of Fantasy about Darrell Schweitzer’s 1982 novel, THE SHATTERED GODDESS. Now, at last, here’s the companion volume… More
Malice of the Soul Brian Ball
When elderly Mrs. Peters appears to suffer a stroke at her Nursing Home, only Diana Knightson realizes the truth. Her young colleague Marguerite Friend deliberately terrified the old woman! For the beautiful girl … More
The Man Who Lost Himself André Beaunier et al.
THE MAN WHO LOST HIMSELF tells the story of Michel Bedée, a brilliant scientist whose work on the new element that he’s discovered–sirium–has alienated him from his mother, his sister, and his … More
Dawn Song Michael Marano
A modern dark fantasy classic returns with this new, Special Edition of Dawn Song, the soul-haunting novel from a Bram Stoker Award-winning author with a deeply powerful – and prescient – vision. Set in… More
The Illustrated Ray Bradbury James Arthur Anderson
Ray Bradbury was one of the first science fiction writers to achieve both popular success and critical acclaim. His books have not only sold millions of copies, but have been accepted as serious literature in an age when… More
Knife Fight and Other Struggles David Nickle
A young man at loose ends finds he cannot look away from his new lover’s alien gaze. A young woman out of time seeks her old lover in the cold spaces between the stars. The fleeing worshippers of an ancient and jealous… More
The Venemous Serpent Brian Ball
The commemorative brass plate in the abandoned Derbyshire village church showed Sir Humphrey and Lady Sybil de Latours standing together. At the side of the man is a lion, and beside Sybil a fanged dog.
Strangely, the… More
Possession is Nine-Tenths of the Law Ian Rogers
Jerry Baldwin sells haunted houses for a living.
A dangerous job–but in a world where paranormal has become the norm, someone has to do it. When the daughter of a former client ends up possessed by a supernatural… More