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Her Unremembering Way [A Novel of The Bell Witch]
Based on a true event, "Her Unremembering Way" tells the story of the Bells, a rural Tennessee farm family in the early 1800s. The Bell family became the center of the first and perhaps most famous poltergeist event to be documented in America, witnessed even by President Andrew Jackson. But this wasn't just an ordinary poltergeist. The Bell Witch, as the spirit became known, not only broke dishes and threw things around, it spoke eloquently, attended church, was an inveterate gossip, teased, sc... more info>>
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Passports to Hell
Not unlike a multi-layered puzzlebox, Hell has many varied levels, each infinitely worse than the last. Horrid images of horned demons and fiery rivers of damnation are the most common, though an unfortunate few have felt the searing flames within the mundane confines of their everyday existence. Ultimately, only death may provide potential relief to those decayed souls whose guilty conscience threatens to cannibalize their very sanity, only to awake and discover that the sins of one's past come... more info>>
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X-The Man with the X-Ray Eyes
The Classic SF Horror Novel! Here is the story of the strangest torture any man ever suffered. And he created that torture himself! Suddenly, Dr. Charles Xavier had the most powerful eyes in the world! He could see through walls and learn anyone's secrets, read another card player's hand, strip a woman visually of her clothes or even her flesh! He had hoped to use his discovery as an aid in surgery. But, the more he saw of humanity, the more horrible secrets he learned, the more he realized that... more info>>
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In the Face of Death
Madelaine de Montalia, the main character in "Out of the House of Life" in Yarbro's popular Saint-Germain vampire series, once again has her own book, set in America 1847-65. Born in France in 1724, beautiful and intelligent, she chooses to live among the Indians and record their culture, traditions and knowledge. In 1855 San Francisco she meets and falls in love with William T. Sherman, ex-Army officer now running a bank. Sherman is married, with children; and their affair must end. She is amon... more info>>
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The Werewolf of Plonkert
"Wildly Imaginative Action!" So says the Reader's Guide to Fantasy about the work of grandmaster H. Warner Munn. First published in the pioneering publication of dark fantasy and horror, The Werewolf of Plonkert has been praised for over seventy-five years as a classic of lycanthropy. Inspired by a suggestion of H. P. Lovecraft, this rousing novel tells first of fifteenth century Hungry, where Wladislaw, an honest shopkeeper, is attacked by a werepack and forced to become one of its slavish memb... more info>>
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Stalker's Revenge [Earth Cleansing Series Book 2]
After three long months, Tony, Joe and Ben must continue their journey to the secret lab in Colorado. They meet a man named Zeb, who controls thousands of dogs. Todd pulls out all the stops to try and capture Ben and kill Tony. Not only does Tony and her group has to avoid Todd; now they are being chased by a deranged man who controls an uncounted number of wild dogs. Ninety percent of the US population is dead. As they pass through towns ravaged by the deranged people after them, Stalker, the h... more info>>
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The Keeper of the Cove
Something is stirring in Oceanview, a small coastal town in the Pacific Northwest--something that has long troubled the lives and dreams of the local community. Some say it's witchcraft, others, a curse. What they can all agree on, however, is that the newest members to their little town, the Harrisons, are literally sitting on a ticking timebomb. The tiny ocean cove that sits peacefully below their new house has a long past, one which is as dark as any small-town secret can be. The problem is, ... more info>>
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Sacrifice
In a small southern town called Grimshaw, fourteen-year-old Angel Fallow lives in misery. Her Bible-quoting stepfather beats her if she dares break his fanatical rules. Her mother is cold and distant. Angel's only outlet is trips to the woods for secret, forbidden meetings with classmate Peter St. Thomas, her best and only friend. Angel has always believed that her natural father died right after her birth. So when she learns he actually disappeared and was presumed dead, she's instilled with ho... more info>>
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Dance with the Dragon
Peggy Walsh, the teenaged daughter of Senator Dan Walsh, is kidnapped into a dangerous cult, the Church of Eternal Life. When the FBI tries to get her back and fails, the senator accepts help from super-psychic Dr. Armand Renascut. Renascut warns him that cult leader Stephen Farkas may possess real supernatural powers--that he and some of his followers may at least "believe" they are vampires--and that they can be defeated only by special weapons. Although Walsh learns that Renascut was dismisse... more info>>
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Warping the Mind [Arbiter Series Book 1]
He's not your average cop. These aren't your average criminals. Book One of the Arbiter Series. Agustus Pilot, a detective assigned to Special Services, is not a new kid on the block. in fact, he's an Arbiter, a supernatural being assigned to solve any paradox between God and Satan for the disposition of contested souls. 243 pages. Click here to read an exerpt from thisi book!
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The Undying Monster
A Profound and Cosmic Werewolf Classic! Considered one of the most sophisticated and imaginative novels of lycanthropy ever written, Jessie Douglas Kerruish's spellbinder is the story of the Hammand family, which for centuries has been the prey of an undying monster that wreaks a hideous death on its victims and drives survivors to suicidal madness. An ancient rhyme declares; "Where grow pines and firs amain,/Under stars, sans heat or rain,/Chief of Hammand, beware thy bane." Some villagers hold... more info>>
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The Conjure
Horror's Unleashed When a Witch Woman's Kin Die! In this brand new chiller from Balrog Award winner Ardath Mayhar, when a drug cartel starts using the swamp country of East Texas as a key transfer point for their illicit cargo, its only a matter of time before one of the locals stumbles on the scene and has to be silenced. What they don't count on is what happens when Lena McCarver, the local witch-woman learns about the murder. Slowly she begins to conjure a spell that will bring the kingpin of... more info>>
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The Chosen One [Earth Cleansing Series Book 1]
A deadly disease strikes the United States. Ninety percent of the population will die. Several people must come together to protect a woman named Tony who holds the key to stopping the disease. Against Tony and her protectors are those who caught the disease and lived. These people are deranged and will do anything to stop her. Outnumbered a thousand to one, will Tony's protectors get to her in time?
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Sick: An Anthology of Illness
Here the pen is not merely mightier than the sword; it is a plague heralding the apocalypse for convention, writing a dirge for complacency. Sick is an anthology compiled by editor John Edward Lawson. Themes explored are physical, mental, and societal in nature. These Sick stories are horrendous, hilarious, and stupefying dissections of creative minds on the scalpel's edge.
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100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories
"Horror is the genre of the jolt, the shock, the spark. The horror story's conflict is always a matter of life and death, but death ... almost always comes too soon--that's why we fear it."--Michael A. Arnzen, from the introduction. And now readers have a new reason to be afraid. One hundred new reasons!
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The Undead Die, and Other Wierd Tales
Weird Tales from Unknown Worlds! Award-winning author E. Everett Evans was a famed author of off-trail horror stories in the late 1940s and early '50. His work appeared in such distinguished publications as Weird Tales, Fantasy Book, Avon Science Fiction and Fantasy Reader, and Spaceways. A small compilation of his work limited to 600 copies was published some thirty years ago. But, The Undead Die is the first-ever collection of this horror master's fine stories available to the general public. ... more info>>
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Jacob's Demon
Jacob's working on a formula that will cure AIDS and cancer. It will save the world--as long as nobody realizes it can also become a doomsday weapon. Jacob focuses on his compelling work, while the world goes mad around him. Isleen, the representative of the drug company that wants to buy his formula, warns him the "endtime"--the time for the second coming of Christ--is near. One world leader proclaims himself the Messiah. But might he be the Anti-Christ? Mystery, suspense, and intrigue intertwi... more info>>
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Varney, the Vampire, or, The Feast of Blood
The Book that Inspired Dracula! This masterpiece of 1840s melodramatic penny-dreadful grim and grue has thrilled and delighted generations. Long before Dracula, Varney was shocking Victorian sensibilities and senses, sending palpitations of the heart throughout the British Isles. Serialized in the weekly papers, Varney proved an endlessly fertile and inventive tale whose opening pages clearly inspired the opening shots of F. W. Murnau's great vampire classic of the German silent cinema, Nosferat... more info>>
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The Tulpa: A Novel of Supernatural Horror
The Horror She Summoned Couldn't Be Sent Back! When six-year-old Araminta Palomer, lonely child of a rich, aristocratic family, who is tormented by her cruel older half-brother, invents an imaginary playmate, she has no idea she is unleashing dangerous being who will one day ravage her family. In the beginning the small furry creature, Willbe, seems a benign force that only answers Araminta's desperate need for love. Willbe even saves her life when she becomes a target of ruthless kidnappers. Bu... more info>>
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Dracula's Daughters: Classic Tales of Vampire Women
Dracula's Daughters: Classic Tales of Vampire Women & Their Thirsts is a unique anthology of time-tested shudder-stories about a unique breed of women who "refused to take death lying down"--and is available exclusively to eBook readers. Though they may all be siblings beneath the skin (and graveyard as well!), these vampiric sisters are as different as any eight women could be. Though most imbibe their blood the traditional way, one, "The Good Lady Ducayne," prefers to acquire her nourishment t... more info>>
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And Then There Were None
Headstones above empty graves litter Sarah Morgan's family tree. No matter how they died: drowning, car wrecks, soldiers in war, few left enough behind to warrant a coffin. In Sara's opinion this was an oddity, but nothing more. And then a close relative disappears in a pool of blood, an old man, like a harbinger of doom, appears on her doorstep, and she is dragged into a world of terror--where reality--as she knew it--no longer exists
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Confessions of a Ghoul and Other Stories
"I am recording: Tim Meadows here doing his thesis: The matrix of grave markers are neatly trimmed in the evanescent moonlight. Helixes of crickets surround the paddock of mist. Silent screams bob up from cavernous graves of the recent dead. The banks of mausoleums stand on the north end flanking a thatch of dark woods. That is where the man lies who is forever alone. For a change he is sleeping both day and night. Then perhaps he will trap himself in the brick walls for two days in a row, mouth... more info>>
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J. Sheridan LeFanu's Greatest Ghastly Tales: 26 Stories and Novels by the Master of Horror
Over Two Dozen Shuddersom Classics. These that inspired Machen, Blackwood, Lovecraft, Bloch, Lieber, King, and other masters of the terror tale. LeFanu (1814-17) is famed as one of the creators of the horror story. His early novel of a female vampire, "Carmilla" (included in this anthology), is one of the inspirations for Bram Stoker's Dracula, and has been filmed at least four times under various names. Also included in this shivers-producing omnibus are LeFanu's most famous stories, such as "S... more info>>
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The Haunted Woman: A Classic of Supernatural Horror
Here is the eerie classic of a strange, unearthly house, a woman fated to penetrate the veils of time, space and reality, and a novel of a love both threatened and supported by a higher realm. Set in the remote downlands of Sussex during the 1920s, The Haunted Woman is a profound metaphysical fantasy. In the ancient manse of Runhill Court. Isbel Loment finds herself ascending a staircase that few can see. There, in rooms which seem to exist only in another dimension, she meets the owner of the h... more info>>
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Rachmaninoff's Ghost: Isle of the Dead
Mark Conner wants to be a pianist, but when he transfers to Southeastern Louisiana University, he is told he doesn't have the talent. Mark's obsession with Sergei Rachmaninoff, the great Russian composer, and his fascination with the Occult lead to a horrific tale of desire, fame, and revenge. "...Korn has fed upon Poe, Lovecraft and Richly Sinewed Music, but above all upon himself! I thought the first two-thirds of Rachmaninoff's Ghost splendid, but its last third of Jungian nightmare literally... more info>>
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