A Dark Matter

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Anchor #ad - Forty years later, one man seeks to learn about that horrifying night, and to do so he’ll have to force those involved to examine the unspeakable events that have haunted them ever since.  . An electric, chilling, and unpredictable novel from the master of modern horror. On a midwestern campus in the 1960s, a charismatic guru and his young acolytes perform a secret ritual in a local meadow.

What happens is a mystery—all that remains is a gruesomely dismembered body and the shattered souls of all who were present.

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In the Night Room: A Novel

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Random House #ad - One day, she is drawn helplessly into the parking lot of a warehouse. In his latest soul-chilling novel, in the wake of a grotesque accident, bestselling author Peter Straub tells of a famous children’s book author who, realizes that the most basic facts of her existence, including her existence itself, have come into question.

Willy patrick, the respected author of the award-winning young-adult novel In the Night Room, thinks she is losing her mind–again. Soon after, he begins to receive eerie, fragmented e-mails that he finally realizes are from people he knew in his youth–people now dead. Like his sister, they want urgently to tell him something.

In the Night Room: A Novel #ad - But what willy knows is impossible, for her daughter is dead. On the same day, who has been struggling with a new book about a troubled young woman, is confronted with the ghost of his nine-year-old sister, author Timothy Underhill, April. She knows somehow that her daughter, is being held in the building, Holly, and she has an overwhelming need to rescue her.

. When willy and timothy meet, the frightening parallels between Willy’s tragic loss and the story in Tim’s manuscript suggest that they must join forces to confront the evils surrounding them.

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Neverland

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Alkemara Press #ad - Johnson, Dread Central. Com"neverland is a scary work written by an author soaring to the top of his game. The merry genre Go Round Review. Neverland delivers. Clegg builds horror in rich detailed layers. It starts like a bullet and never slows down. David morrell, new york Times Bestselling Author of Murder as a Fine Art.

This is a powerful and thrilling tale, Douglas Clegg’s best novel yet. Lovecraft, douglas clegg subsumes us in horror with Neverland, and adolescent angst, Stephen King, southern gothic, a tale so chilling it infected my dreams. Paul wilson, new york times Bestselling Author of Nightworld and the Repairman Jack series.

Neverland #ad - From start to finish, Neverland is a haunting and tragic masterpiece. Fear is a shack in the woods. Horror is what they worship there. It is a testament to clegg’s gifts that we can’t turn away; scary though the trip may be, the fright reaches out from the pages and pulls us along…Neverland is scary stuff, the product of a skilled writer of horror, and best read with the lights on.

San francisco book reviews“I can tell you without hesitation that Neverland is a true gothic masterpiece. Neverland is Clegg at his best. Tess gerritsen, new york times Bestselling Author of Girl Missing and the Rizzoli & Isles series of novels.

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The Neglected Ones

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Lourdes House #ad - An intense, unforgettable story. That is until he makes a shocking discovery. A discovery that leads him to the answer to mankind’s greatest question. If you like intriguing characters, then this novel is for you!"—George Gallo, and thought-provoking stories, spellbinding suspense, screenwriter of Midnight Run, Bad Boys and Middle MenGet your copy now and enter a world where compassion and corruption collide.

What readers are saying about "the neglected ones"blown away, absolutely blown away! What would you do if this was happening to your mother or father. Or you? - servangirlthe author builds the mystery of the ghosts and creates a perfect atmosphere. Bookaddict’sreviewsThis story hits home with its truths about our elderly generation and nursing homes.

The Neglected Ones #ad - The supernatural element was creepy and mysterious. Debbiethough this story is fiction, the events are taking place every day and something has to be done to stop it. Rhonda Mulkey. And to make matters worse, his mother claims ghosts are haunting the facility. But david knows there’s no such thing as ghosts.

A novel you won't want to miss!"--darcy coates, USA Today Best-Selling author of The Haunting of Ashburn HouseOne man against a Goliath of epic proportions.

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20th Century Ghosts

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William Morrow #ad - From the new york times bestselling author of NOS4A2 and Horns comes this award-winning collection of short fiction. Imogene is young, beautiful. It isn't even past. Francis was human once, but now he's an eight-foot-tall locust, and everyone in Calliphora will tremble when they hear him sing. John is locked in a basement stained with the blood of half a dozen murdered children, long since disconnected, and an antique telephone, rings at night with calls from the dead.

.  . The past isn't dead. Nolan knows but can never tell what really happened in the summer of '77, when his idiot savant younger brother built a vast cardboard fort with secret doors leading into other worlds. And dead, waiting in the Rosebud Theater one afternoon in 1945.

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Mr. X: A Novel

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Ballantine Books #ad - X displays peter Straub at the top of his form. With Mr. For more than two decades peter Straub has engrossed, and terrified us with his dazzling blend of cool artistry and mad, entertained, spine-tingling imagination. Before she loosens her hold on life, never before disclosed, she imparts to Ned the name of his father, and warns him that he is in grave danger.

Finally, at the moment of battle, he must call upon everything he has learned to save his own life. Brimming with the author's trademark wit, understated eloquence, and brilliant sense of pace, vibrant characters, Mr. X is straub's original and startling take on the theme of the doppelgänger. Ned dunstan's birthday is fast approaching, and every year on this date, Ned experiences a paralyzing seizure in which he is forced to witness scenes of ruthless slaughter perpetrated by a mysterious and malevolent figure in black whom Ned calls Mr.

X. Ned has been drawn back to his hometown, by a premonition that his mother, Star, Edgerton, Illinois, is dying. Despite her foreboding, ned's determination to learn as much as possible about his absent father ignites a series of extraordinary adventures that gradually reveal the heart of both his own identity and that of his entirely fantastic family: He discovers that he is shadowed by an identical twin brother who can pass through doors and otherwise defy the laws of nature; he becomes the lead suspect in three violent deaths; he investigates the secret shadow-world within Edgerton; he learns to "eat time" and remembers the one occasion when he and his sinister brother united into a single being.

Mr. X: A Novel #ad - X, and the hellfire club takes us into the darkest dimensions of the human psyche and proves once again that he is without peer in the realm of psychological suspense and horror, the bestselling author of Ghost Story, The Talisman with Stephen King, a master storyteller whose unique and powerful gifts qualify him to be called the Edgar Allan Poe of our times.

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Salvage: A Horror Novel

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Shadow Work Publishing #ad - A missing cult. A ghost town submerged beneath a manmade lake. Soon he's caught up in a decades-old mystery of the religious mania that divided the town in the late-'70s, and the sudden disappearance of Reverend Crouch and several of his parishioners--a mystery the citizens of Chapel Lake had hoped would stay submerged beneath the water, in the ghost town below.

Praise for salvage**"A quietly-unnerving ghost story with a strong element of mystery behind it. Dls reviews"beautifully written with realistic characters and a plot that keeps you hanging on until the very end. Ginger nuts of horror"Something I could easily see penned by Stephen King. Review"A fantastic debut novel.

Salvage: A Horror Novel #ad - Reviewgrab this chilling ghost story now! Thirty years ago, the town of Peace Falls was flooded to build a hydroelectric dam. To this day, its ruins remain below the surface of Chapel Lake--including the church, miraculously undamaged after all these years, its steeple visible above the water. Suspecting foul play, owen follows in his sister's footsteps to the cabin she'd rented on the water, and diving the ruins of the town beneath the water.

A drowned girl.

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Black Creek Crossing: A Novel Saul, John

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Ballantine Books #ad - Now, the closer angel and seth are pushed toward the edge by their tormentors, the deeper they descend into the maelstrom of dark forces they’ve unleashed. And along with the ghastly revelations comes a terrifying power—one that feeds upon the rage of the victimized, turning the basest impulses and most dangerous desires into devastating weapons.

Unholy forces are stirred from long slumber to monstrous new life. Uncertain whether the stories are true, and desperate to escape the torment of their daily lives, Angel and Seth devote themselves to contacting whatever restless soul haunts the dark recesses of Black Creek Crossing. But once they have begun, there is no turning back.

Guided by an anguished and vengeful spirit, they uncover the shocking events and centuries-old horrors that lay buried beneath the placid veneer of Roundtree. Until she meets seth Baker, a fellow outcast—and a fateful kinship is forged. Then angel’s family moves to the quaint town of roundtree, and most of all, a promising job awaits Angel’s unemployed father, Massachusetts—where a charming home is available, the chance to make a new start beckons to the shy, hopeful teenager.

Black Creek Crossing: A Novel Saul, John #ad - And the more unspeakable the hour of reckoning will be. With these eerie ingredients, bestselling master John Saul once again works his unique brand of sinister magic to conjure an unforgettable tale of unspeakable terror. For most of her young life, thirteen-year-old Angel Sullivan has been on the outside looking in, enduring the taunts of cruel schoolmates and the angry abuse of a bitter father.

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The Best of the Best Horror of the Year: 10 Years of Essential Short Horror Fiction

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Night Shade Books #ad - G. This anniversary volume, stephen graham jones, which collects the best stories from the first ten years of her annual The Best Horror of the Year anthology series, Livia Llewellyn, includes fiction from award-winning and critically acclaimed authors Neil Gaiman, Gemma Files, Laird Barron, and many more.

For more than three decades, winner of multiple hugo, editor and anthologist Ellen Datlow, and World Fantasy awards, introducing readers to writers whose tales can unnerve, frighten, Bram Stoker, has had her finger on the pulse of the horror genre, and terrify. Table of contents: introduction―ellen datlowlowland sea―suzy mckee charnaswingless beasts―lucy taylorthe nimble men―glen hirshberglittle america―dan chaonblack and white sky―tanith LeeThe Monster Makers―Steve Rasnic TemChapter Six―Stephen Graham JonesIn a Cavern, in a Canyon―Laird BarronAllochthon―Livia LlewellynShepherds’ Business―Stephen GallagherDown to a Sunless Sea―Neil GaimanThe Man from the Peak―Adam GolaskiIn Paris, In the Mouth of Kronos―John LanganThe Moraine―Simon BestwickAt the Riding School―Cody GoodfellowCargo―E.

The Best of the Best Horror of the Year: 10 Years of Essential Short Horror Fiction #ad - Michael lewistender as teeth―stephanie crawford & duane swierczynskiwild acre―nathan ballingrudThe Callers―Ramsey CampbellThis Stagnant Breath of Change―Brian HodgeGrave Goods―Gemma FilesThe Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine―Peter StraubMajorlena―Jane JakemanThe Days of Our Lives―Adam L. One of publishers weekly's ""most anticipated books of fall 2018""*** a group of mountain climbers, fight to survive their descent; in the British countryside, caught in the dark, higher and higher, hundreds of magpies ascend into the sky, until they seem to vanish into the heavens; a professor and his student track a zombie horde in order to research zombie behavior; an all-girl riding school has sinister secrets; a town rails in vain against a curse inflicted upon it by its founders.

Nevillyou can stay all day―mira grantno matter which way we turned―Brian EvensonNesters―Siobhan CarrollBetter You Believe―Carole JohnstoneAbout the AuthorsAcknowledgment of CopyrightAbout the Editor.

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The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night!

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Skyhorse #ad - ? Winner of the british fantasy AwardSixteen rare terror tales not to be read at night! To sleep, perchance to dream. Lansdale, tim lebbon, Tanith Lee, and Michael Marshall Smith. Cave’s 1930s “shudder pulp” tale to ramsey campbell’s stunning novella of barely concealed hysteria and grim black humor, these are the “forgotten” stories ripe for rediscovery, by such acclaimed authors as Poppy Z.

Of horrors! here are some of the stories that gave their own authors nightmares—things that go bump at night, hauntings that lurk in the back of the mind, skin-crawling moments between the realms of wakefulness and sleep. As you try to get off to sleep, who knows what dreams may come. Kiernan, Joe R. Be warned: do not try to read this book at night, because these superior horror stories—both supernatural and psychological—will leave a lasting chill down your spine long after you have put it down, shut off the lights, and ducked under the covers.

The Mammoth Book of Nightmare Stories: Twisted Tales Not to Be Read at Night! #ad - In this somnambulistic collection, award-winning editor Stephen Jones asks many of the biggest names in horror fiction to choose their own favorite stories and novellas which, for one reason or another, have been unjustly overlooked or ignored. From Hugh B. Brite, neil gaiman, harlan Ellison®, Basil Copper, Caítlin R.

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Friday Night in Beast House Beast House Series Book 4

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47North #ad - Mark and alison don’t believe the gruesome legends of Beast House. But they’ll learn the truth when they sneak in late one night.

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