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Toxicosis By Alison Armstrong
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A sequel to Revenance, Toxicosis is a surreal, hallucinatory novel featuring supernatural entities, psychotropic feline muses, the transmission of deranging diseases, and the awakening of creative as... More > well as destructive possibilities. Contagion lures, infestation gestates, feral energies resurrect.< Less
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HAUNTED HOLIDAYS By Thirteen O'Clock Press
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Trick-or-Treating and Stockings by the fire...everyone’s favorite holidays are around the corner. Thirteen O’Clock authors present their own unique takes on these holiday... More > celebrations. The first half of the anthology is dedicated to All Hallow’s Eve and all the candy collecting and ghostly shenanigans one would expect on such an evening. The second half is full of carols and carnage. This isn’t your typical Merry Christmas. Santa’s been really naughty… Happy Halloween and Merry Christmas from Thirteen O’Clock. Join our celebrations—if you dare.< Less
The Hudson Valley Horror House By James Bennett
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Boz Bright, a highly skilled top-secret agent in the most advanced intelligence force in the U.S. gov't, appears to have met his match when he comes up against Russian operatives, American religious... More > fanatics, white supremacists, Nazis, and the horror of the supernatural! Set in Dutchess County New York, this suspenseful thriller combines mystery and suspense with actual historical settings. The novel is based on legends of horrifying events and reported sightings of ghosts connected with real houses in the Hudson Valley. This story begins when Boz is sent on assignment to investigate a strange anomaly detected by satellite surveillance emanating from a mansion which is believed to be haunted. Working with his fiancée, Kari Ingram, the two of them discover a secret underground laboratory beneath the mansion where an anti-gravity device, first designed by the Nazis and capable of traveling through time, is being built. James Bennett, an artist and a writer, lives in Poughkeepsie, NY. This is his 5th novel.< Less
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Derelict America, 2nd edition By Jeremy Void
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Come on down and join Derek Defect, Eric Derelict, or Jay Terror in a crass aventure through the suburbs of Boston or in Boston itself. Explore the third floor in Bobby Taylor’s childhood... More > home. Or even enter Amanda’s mind for a nightmare of all nightmares. In Derelict America, nothing is ever as it seems, and when it starts to appear even close, you are bound to get snagged on a rusty nail. Don’t think you can safely predict what’s inside these pages, because around every turn a terrible fate awaits your arrival. Take a ride with the Joker and you’ll never be the same again. A page-turner doesn’t even tell you how intense it gets, for it is full of thieves and junkies and ghosts and the Grim Reaper. And the music contained inside these pages only gets louder and faster the farther you go.< Less
Nefarious Endeavors By Jeremy Void
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Since the epic release of Derelict America, Jeremy Void has continued to create gut-wrenching, heart-startling stories that almost jump out at you, clutch the collar of your shirt, and hold you... More > tight. The stories in Nefarious Endeavors are faster, crazier, and so much more cutting edge. Police are out in force, joking and laughing as they round up a couple teenage drug addicts. An oversexed man falls in love with a Punk rocker who won’t put out. A wild drug-fueled car ride down the highway quickly speeds out of control. A man’s descent into madness—will he make it out alive or fall victim to the demons of his mind? Many questions are sparked within these pages, and many answers are shattered. Nefarious Endeavors is an orgasmic thrill the whole family can enjoy.< Less
Our Frail Disordered Lives By Mary M. Schmidt
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Larry Kavanaugh is an ordinary kind of guy. He’s got a nagging wife and two kids, both annoyingly gifted. No matter what he does, there is no end to what his family needs. What’s a... More > regular, everyday guy to do? Well, he cuts a few corners, obviously—one very big corner in particular. He sells his soul to the Devil. Maybe it’s not the actual Devil, but Larry is ready to make a deal with one of the Devil’s minions. He meets some demon whose name he can’t remember. Funny, it was right on the tip of his tongue, a name of something you step on. Roach the Demon has sort of good intentions. He just wants a re-write of Dante’s Inferno with himself as the star. Roach goes after Larry as a rogue operation. He needs to make a point to his boss, Satan, so he uses the body of a human to follow Larry around and stir up trouble. He offers Larry an airtight guarantee that nothing could possibly go wrong. After all, Larry doesn’t feel like he has much to lose—or does he? Even Roach might be in over his head this time.< Less
The Living Mummy tpb By Ambrose Pratt
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Trade paperback. Dr. Pinsent is translating hieroglyphics in Egypt when he meets up with Sir Robert Ottley, who is searching for the tomb and mummy of the ancient Egyptian priest Ptahmes. Pinsent is... More > intrigued by the excavation - but he is even more fascinated by Ottley’s daughter, May, who is assisting her father. When the sarcophagus of Ptahmes is unearthed and opened, a bizarre series of events begins to unfold. Pinsent is drawn into the mysterious phenomena, which swiftly develop into something more sinister. Only when Pinsent and the Ottleys return to London do matters take a devilishly threatening turn. Ambrose Pratt (1874–1944) was a prolific Australian journalist and author of novels and non-fiction. Later in life Pratt was an outspoken opponent of the White-Australia Policy. His many activities included advocating the inclusion of Australian fauna at Melbourne Zoo; he later became vice-president of the Zoological Society of Victoria.< Less
Weird Tales 1937 Feb By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact copy of the original Feb 1937 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales.
Weird Tales 1930 Aug By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact copy of every page of the August 1930 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Every page is reproduced in its entirety for the best experience next to the original book.
Weird Tales 1930 Sept By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the September issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Every page is reproduced in it entirety for the best experience next to the original book itself.
Weird Tales 1930 Oct By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the October 1930 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Each page is reproduced in its entirety for the best reading experience outside of the original issue.
Weird Tales 1930 Nov By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the Novemer 1930 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Each page is reproduced in its entirety for the best reading experience outside of the original issue.
Weird Tales 1931 Jan By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the January 1931 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Each page is reproduced in its entirety for the best reading experience outside of the original issue.
Weird Tales 1931 Feb-Mar By Arthur Wyllie
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This is an exact reprint of the February-March 1931 issue of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales. Each page is reproduced in its entirety for the best reading experience outside of the original issue.
Reunion By Jeff Brown
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In 1978, a group of high school students made an award-winning short film and sought to make another, until one of their number died mysteriously ending the project and the group. Twenty years later,... More > one of the group returns to the small town, bringing the group back together, to solve the mystery of their friend's death and why his ghost has returned with threats of destroying their entire graduating class.< Less
Weird Tales 1927 August By Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the famous horror pulp Weird Tales from August 1927.
Weird Tales 1929 January By Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales from January 1929.
Weird Tales 1929 November By Arthur Wyllie
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This is a facsimile reprint of the classic horror pulp Weird Tales form November 1929.
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Terror Over London By Gardner Francis Fox
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LONDON-1888. Fog-wet streets and gas-lit lamps, hansom cabs and dense, wet nights. A world of proper gentility, of suppressed desires—a world brutally sundered when into it burst the bloody... More > specter of Jack the Ripper. London became a city at siege, paralyzed in the grip of terror as the list of the Ripper's victims grew and grew—streetwalkers all of them, murdered and mutilated by a knife wielded with all the skill of a sadistic surgeon. A sadistic surgeon—perhaps even one like Sir Stanley Hawkins, the brilliant young society physician who made many night calls with a particularly wicked sword cane at his hand. Sir Stanley Hawkins, a man possessed by a devil of a woman who awoke the wanton animal—and the ogre—within him. Here is a new, overpowering, ingenious theory of the man who might have been Jack the Ripper, a man whose loves and hates drove him down. ward to that most final of all deeds—murder, most horrible.< Less