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  • Rot

    by Gary Brandner
    Kyle Brubaker finds little to celebrate in a small Wisconsin town until he meets beautiful and spirited Marianne. But their budding romance is snuffed when they are brutally attacked by three hoodlums. With his life unraveling around him, Kyle accepts an offer of help from a mysterious Gypsy. Soon after that things really go to hell…
  • A Private War

    by Patrick Sheane Duncan
    Lieutenant Colonel Meredith Cleon finds her supposedly peaceful job as the installation’s chief law enforcement officer turned upside down by the brutal murder of a popular young general’s aide, as her investigation into the crime threatens her own life.
  • Courage Under Fire

    by Patrick Sheane Duncan
    Major Nat Serling investigates the shooting down of a medevac helicopter during the Gulf War, a crash that takes the life of Captain Karen Emma Walden, who is up for a posthumous Medal of Honor, and uncovers more than he expected about the incident.
  • The Boiling Pool

    by Gary Brandner
    A boy pays a fearful price for a secret older than time. A young wife and mother battles ageless evil in defense of her family. Quiet, prosperous Westbrooke explodes into chaos when the demon is roused from… THE BOILING POOL
  • Carrion

    by Gary Brandner
    He’s America’s newest hero. He possesses the most awesome gift any man can master. He can reach beyond the grave to awaken the dearly departed. But their souls no longer inhabit their bodies. The things that now walk the earth – the things he has brought back – are carrion.
  • The Hundred-Year Christmas

    by David Morrell

    The novel concerns the friendship between Father Christmas, who lives for 100 years, and Father Time, who lives for only one. Each year Santa Claus watches a new version of his friend grow old and die, before being replaced; however, Santa’s hundred years is up and it is now his turn to find a replacement.

  • Offshore

    by Gary Brandner

    In the small California town of Santa Marta, oil and water become an explosive mixture when the human elements of lust and greed are thrown into the crucible. When news of a major oil well discovery in its channel leaks out, the quiet town is rocked by murder and terrorism…and naked desires are unleashed on every level.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington

    What if you could buy the perfect lover built just for you — would you be willing to pay the price? Not long from now, an intelligent android will be invented that is completely indistinguishable from human. The brand name for this type of robot will be “Nymph”, and their purpose will be to provide their owners with sexual pleasure, but nothing is ever as it seems.

  • Criminal Macabre: The Complete Cal McDonald Stories

    by Steve Niles

    The world has two faces. The natural and the supernatural. The face we see every day, people filing past us in an almost zombie-like stupor, numb to the horrors of everyday life or driven to madness by the pain and agony of modern-day existence. And those are the people who aren’t zombies or monsters! Cal McDonald is a detective with one foot in the real world, and one in the world of magic.

  • Another Chance to Get It Right

    by Andrew Vachss

    The acclaimed and ground breaking collection of short stories, poetry, and allegory by Andrew Vachss, one of the most powerful voices in the field of child protection. This work is an illumination of the realities of child abuse, juvenile violence . . . and tribute to the power of imagination.

    Cover art by Paul Chadwick

  • A Life In Cinema

    by Mick Garris

    A Life In the Cinema is the first book from award-winning filmmaker Mick Garris. This collection of eight prickly tales and a screenplay reach under the skin of real life and reel life to take you places you never realized you wanted to go. The title story, “A Life in the Cinema” and its sequel, “Starfucker”, are set in the author’s hometown of Hollywood, and provide a yellow-jaundiced look at a world you only thought was glamorous. So welcome to a dark side of Hollywood you’ve never seen before…

  • Cellars

    by John Shirley
    An ancient evil deep beneath New York City turns subway stations into bloody altars for ritual sacrifice. Monsters made of blood arise from drains, an invisible hellhound devours human flesh, feral children stalk the shadowy streets and make murder a terrifying game.
  • The Gristmill Playhouse

    by Don Winston
    Betty Rose Milenski dreams of Broadway. Talented, ambitious, and obsessed, she was the biggest fish in college. But New York is a harsh wake-up. Unemployed and ignored, she faces a career as cocktail waitress instead of on the stage. And the clock is ticking. She jumps at an internship at the country’s most famous summer stock playhouse. There, she discovers that she is being groomed for her for a final curtain call or is she going mad?
  • Saturday Night in Milwaukee

    by Gary Brandner
    Foaming passion and full-bodied action in the big-hearted city that beer made famous … Here are the people swept up by the powerful pulsebeat of a city where inhibited passions bubbled to the surface when the lid came off on Saturday night in Milwaukee.
  • A Rage In Paradise

    by Gary Brandner
    The Pragers are Hawaii’s golden family—they have wealth, power, land. They also have dark secrets and forbidden passions that threaten to tear the family apart. In a whirlpool of emotional and sexual blackmail one terrible danger looms over them all: the tsunami, the tropical tidal wave.
  • The Sterling Standard

    by Gary Brandner
    Sterling Dane was three women—Beautiful jet-setter—with her elegant, rich friends she traveled to world, skiing, gambling, and partying. International jewel thief—unbeknownst to anyone, Sterling was a modern day Robin Hood, always one step ahead of Nicole Rulan, the Interpol agent determined to catch her. Lover—it was out of love for Raoul Costa, the greatest jewel thief of all, that Nicole sought out the most challenging crimes. For she hoped that the lure of the Rashman ruby, stolen by King Kahlil, might finally enable her to snare her greatest prize, the man of her dreams.
  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    Fright Night is a novelization of the classic horror movie.

  • Adventures in Amity – Tales from the Jaws Ride

    by Dustin McNeill

    The ultimate guide to the legendary attraction that once stood at Universal Studios Florida. The book contains over thirty new interviews with the ride’s designers, engineers, and skippers for unprecedented insight into its creation and operation. Hear the untold story of the Jaws ride for the first time ever from those who were actually there!

  • Slash of the Titans – The Road to Freddy vs Jason

    by Dustin McNeill

    A revealing look at why it took New Line Cinema nearly ten years and four-million-dollars to find the right screenplay for Freddy vs Jason. Featuring new interviews with the original writers and filmmakers, Slash details the production’s troubled history from the surprise ending of Jason Goes to Hell all the way to the crossover’s red carpet premiere. Read about the many rejected storylines and learn how the project was eventually able to escape from development hell. This is the story of one film, two horror icons and seventeen screenwriters!

  • The Weed Runners

    by Nicholas Schou

    Focusing on an incredibly dynamic three-year period from 2009 to 2012, this fast-moving and exciting portrait examines the lives of the people involved in today’s marijuana trade and recent developments in the federal war on medical marijuana. Unlike other books on the topic, this narrative gives readers a first-hand account on America’s quasi-legal medical marijuana trade.

  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley

    This surreal journey of self-discovery and transformation at once questions the nature of our world, and redefines it in the context of 21st century pop culture and technology. It takes a writer of John Shirley’s talent and audacity to bring together elements as disparate as Shakespeare, Nietzsche, on-line role playing games, soap operas, and classic mythology – binding them together, creating a heady mélange on, above, and below the streets of Manhattan.

  • The Brain Eaters

    by Gary Brandner

    An epidemic of shocking violence sweeps across America as a series of seemingly unrelated atrocities lead reporter Corey Macklin and researcher Dena Faulkner on the trail of the Brain Eaters

  • S’wanee

    by Don Winston

    High school senior Cody’s prayers are answered when he’s recruited on scholarship to the college of his dreams: a stunning and prestigious school tucked high in the Tennessee hills. But the dream turns living nightmare when his classmates start to die off mysteriously.

  • Small Island

    by Anthony Pignataro

    Charley Ridgway is a bored bartender living on Maui’s Westside. But when meets a beautiful former b-movie star and her millionaire developer boyfriend, his life suddenly gets too interesting even for him.

  • Weaponized

    by Zac Thompson

    Truog Island is a desolate place where sexual activity is outlawed. There lives Trip Yash, bored out of his mind. That was until he met Cron. After a night of passion, Cron disappears taking Trip’s virginity with him. A few days later, Trip develops a rash on his hand that eventually blooms into a gun made from his own flesh. It’s not long before Trip becomes a living weapon locked in a battle against an ancient virus that threatens to ruin his island home. As his body continues to change, terrifying forces emerge with the power to weaponize the dead.

  • Rumors of the Marvelous

    by Peter Atkins

    A brilliant collection of 14 short “ghost stories” by a contemporary master of the fantastic. Previously released as a limited edition hardcover in Great Britain and a finalist for The British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction Collection. With stories ranging from horror, hints of sci-fi, and fantasy to epic poetry, Peter Atkins delivers all in a style uniquely his own.

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk

    Lumsden Moss is an escaped thief and an unrepentant bibliophile with a long-suffering desire to foist some karmic retribution on those who have wronged him. But when the opportunity to steal a rare book from the man who sentenced him to prison puts him on the wrong side of the wrong people, Moss finds himself on the run.

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    San Francisco, 1988. A serial killer is on the loose. Twelve victims so far, all ritually disfigured. Scrawled in each victim’s blood, a single word: Morningstar… Investigating the murders, Donovan Moon and Shelley Masterton find themselves drawn into a nightmare of death, destiny, and unholy power – because Morningstar may be more than a murderer, and his victims may be more than human.

  • Big Thunder

    by Peter Atkins

    A dark avenger from the pages of a 1930s pulp magazine, Strange Thrills, materializes in the present day streets of Manhattan. But he is not the only character coming alive in modern New York, and not even his creator’s fertile imagination could have prefigured the carnage to come.

  • Stealing Cars With The Pros

    by Anthony Pignataro

    A collection of some of Anthony’s noir-themed journalism from his work in California and Hawaii.

  • It Came From the Video Aisle!

    by Dave Jay, William S. Wilson and Torsten Dewi

    This book tracks the history of Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment Studio, from its late ’80s birth among the ruins of the American drive-in through to the modern digital world. This is an essential read for any cult film fan.

  • Filmsuck, USA.

    by Eileen Jones

    For anyone wondering why both Hollywood and independent movies suck so badly lately, this collection of hilariously angry film reviews excoriates the recent film flameouts darkening our multiplexes. An extended introductory rant provides historical perspective on the long decline and fall of the American cinema.

  • Animals, Movies & Minds from Another Time

    by Monty Cox

    In his own passionate and charismatic words, Monty Cox takes you through his surreal world of primal teeth and claws: how exotic animals – lions, tigers, bears, and more – are trained for film, television, and live acts.

  • The Visitor

    by Chauncey G. Parker III

    Their home was a secure castle – a haven of peace and safety amid the urban rot and threat of New York. Now with his wife and children away for the summer, Bart Hughes’ house was more peaceful still. Until he discovered that he was not alone. That an uninvited guest was in his house. Until the house became a stalking ground where he hunted his inhuman intruder. Until he realised that he was hunted and not hunter. That he was trapped by the Visitor.

  • Our Lady of the Inferno

    by Preston Fassel

    In the Spring of 1983, Ginny Kurva, is a twenty-one year old, alcoholic prostitute working Times Square in order to care for her paraplegic younger sister. Nicolette Aster, is a middle-aged waste management executive at a landfill who moonlights as a cannibalistic killer, and has begun stalking Ginny. But Ginny is far more dangerous than she appears, and poses just as much a threat to Nicolette.

  • Killing Time

    by John Penney

    Daniel’s life takes a terrifying turn when a woman staggers out of the darkness, bloodied and beaten. Pleading for his help, she warns that her attacker is after her. He takes her in, but while trying to call for help, he hears her blood-curdling scream from the other room. He frantically searches but cannot to find her. Who was she? Who was trying to kill her? This sends him on an obsessive quest…

  • Hot Splices

    by Mike Watt

    If you do not love film… If you do not wish to devour it as it devours you… If all you seek from film is entertainment… …This is not the book for you. From filmmaker Mike Watt, author of “Phobophobia” and “Suicide Machine”, director of “Razor Days” and “A Feast of Flesh”, comes a brand new collection of horror fiction. You’ll never watch a movie again without also feeling like you’re being watched.

  • In Sheep’s Clothing

    by Chauncey G. Parker III

    This novel concerns the epiphany of an idealistic, recent seminary graduate who must learn the bitter life lesson that what appears in front of the reredos does not always conform to the reality behind it, and whether he can do what he knows he must before it is too late.

  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley

    This surreal journey of self-discovery and transformation at once questions the nature of our world, and redefines it in the context of 21st century pop culture and technology. It takes a writer of John Shirley’s talent and audacity to bring together elements as disparate as Shakespeare, Nietzsche, on-line role playing games, soap operas, and classic mythology – binding them together, creating a heady mélange on, above, and below the streets of Manhattan.

  • A Life In Cinema

    by Mick Garris

    A Life In the Cinema is the first book from award-winning filmmaker Mick Garris. This collection of eight prickly tales and a screenplay reach under the skin of real life and reel life to take you places you never realized you wanted to go. The title story, “A Life in the Cinema” and its sequel, “Starfucker”, are set in the author’s hometown of Hollywood, and provide a yellow-jaundiced look at a world you only thought was glamorous. So welcome to a dark side of Hollywood you’ve never seen before…

  • Carrion

    by Gary Brandner
    He’s America’s newest hero. He possesses the most awesome gift any man can master. He can reach beyond the grave to awaken the dearly departed. But their souls no longer inhabit their bodies. The things that now walk the earth – the things he has brought back – are carrion.
  • Cellars

    by John Shirley
    An ancient evil deep beneath New York City turns subway stations into bloody altars for ritual sacrifice. Monsters made of blood arise from drains, an invisible hellhound devours human flesh, feral children stalk the shadowy streets and make murder a terrifying game.
  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    Fright Night is a novelization of the classic horror movie.

  • Hot Splices

    by Mike Watt

    If you do not love film… If you do not wish to devour it as it devours you… If all you seek from film is entertainment… …This is not the book for you. From filmmaker Mike Watt, author of “Phobophobia” and “Suicide Machine”, director of “Razor Days” and “A Feast of Flesh”, comes a brand new collection of horror fiction. You’ll never watch a movie again without also feeling like you’re being watched.

  • Killing Time

    by John Penney

    Daniel’s life takes a terrifying turn when a woman staggers out of the darkness, bloodied and beaten. Pleading for his help, she warns that her attacker is after her. He takes her in, but while trying to call for help, he hears her blood-curdling scream from the other room. He frantically searches but cannot to find her. Who was she? Who was trying to kill her? This sends him on an obsessive quest…

  • Our Lady of the Inferno

    by Preston Fassel

    In the Spring of 1983, Ginny Kurva, is a twenty-one year old, alcoholic prostitute working Times Square in order to care for her paraplegic younger sister. Nicolette Aster, is a middle-aged waste management executive at a landfill who moonlights as a cannibalistic killer, and has begun stalking Ginny. But Ginny is far more dangerous than she appears, and poses just as much a threat to Nicolette.

  • Rot

    by Gary Brandner
    Kyle Brubaker finds little to celebrate in a small Wisconsin town until he meets beautiful and spirited Marianne. But their budding romance is snuffed when they are brutally attacked by three hoodlums. With his life unraveling around him, Kyle accepts an offer of help from a mysterious Gypsy. Soon after that things really go to hell…
  • The Boiling Pool

    by Gary Brandner
    A boy pays a fearful price for a secret older than time. A young wife and mother battles ageless evil in defense of her family. Quiet, prosperous Westbrooke explodes into chaos when the demon is roused from… THE BOILING POOL
  • The Brain Eaters

    by Gary Brandner

    An epidemic of shocking violence sweeps across America as a series of seemingly unrelated atrocities lead reporter Corey Macklin and researcher Dena Faulkner on the trail of the Brain Eaters

  • The Gristmill Playhouse

    by Don Winston
    Betty Rose Milenski dreams of Broadway. Talented, ambitious, and obsessed, she was the biggest fish in college. But New York is a harsh wake-up. Unemployed and ignored, she faces a career as cocktail waitress instead of on the stage. And the clock is ticking. She jumps at an internship at the country’s most famous summer stock playhouse. There, she discovers that she is being groomed for her for a final curtain call or is she going mad?
  • A Private War

    by Patrick Sheane Duncan
    Lieutenant Colonel Meredith Cleon finds her supposedly peaceful job as the installation’s chief law enforcement officer turned upside down by the brutal murder of a popular young general’s aide, as her investigation into the crime threatens her own life.
  • A Rage In Paradise

    by Gary Brandner
    The Pragers are Hawaii’s golden family—they have wealth, power, land. They also have dark secrets and forbidden passions that threaten to tear the family apart. In a whirlpool of emotional and sexual blackmail one terrible danger looms over them all: the tsunami, the tropical tidal wave.
  • Courage Under Fire

    by Patrick Sheane Duncan
    Major Nat Serling investigates the shooting down of a medevac helicopter during the Gulf War, a crash that takes the life of Captain Karen Emma Walden, who is up for a posthumous Medal of Honor, and uncovers more than he expected about the incident.
  • Criminal Macabre: The Complete Cal McDonald Stories

    by Steve Niles

    The world has two faces. The natural and the supernatural. The face we see every day, people filing past us in an almost zombie-like stupor, numb to the horrors of everyday life or driven to madness by the pain and agony of modern-day existence. And those are the people who aren’t zombies or monsters! Cal McDonald is a detective with one foot in the real world, and one in the world of magic.

  • Offshore

    by Gary Brandner

    In the small California town of Santa Marta, oil and water become an explosive mixture when the human elements of lust and greed are thrown into the crucible. When news of a major oil well discovery in its channel leaks out, the quiet town is rocked by murder and terrorism…and naked desires are unleashed on every level.

  • S’wanee

    by Don Winston

    High school senior Cody’s prayers are answered when he’s recruited on scholarship to the college of his dreams: a stunning and prestigious school tucked high in the Tennessee hills. But the dream turns living nightmare when his classmates start to die off mysteriously.

  • Saturday Night in Milwaukee

    by Gary Brandner
    Foaming passion and full-bodied action in the big-hearted city that beer made famous … Here are the people swept up by the powerful pulsebeat of a city where inhibited passions bubbled to the surface when the lid came off on Saturday night in Milwaukee.
  • Small Island

    by Anthony Pignataro

    Charley Ridgway is a bored bartender living on Maui’s Westside. But when meets a beautiful former b-movie star and her millionaire developer boyfriend, his life suddenly gets too interesting even for him.

  • The Sterling Standard

    by Gary Brandner
    Sterling Dane was three women—Beautiful jet-setter—with her elegant, rich friends she traveled to world, skiing, gambling, and partying. International jewel thief—unbeknownst to anyone, Sterling was a modern day Robin Hood, always one step ahead of Nicole Rulan, the Interpol agent determined to catch her. Lover—it was out of love for Raoul Costa, the greatest jewel thief of all, that Nicole sought out the most challenging crimes. For she hoped that the lure of the Rashman ruby, stolen by King Kahlil, might finally enable her to snare her greatest prize, the man of her dreams.
  • Adventures in Amity – Tales from the Jaws Ride

    by Dustin McNeill

    The ultimate guide to the legendary attraction that once stood at Universal Studios Florida. The book contains over thirty new interviews with the ride’s designers, engineers, and skippers for unprecedented insight into its creation and operation. Hear the untold story of the Jaws ride for the first time ever from those who were actually there!

  • Animals, Movies & Minds from Another Time

    by Monty Cox

    In his own passionate and charismatic words, Monty Cox takes you through his surreal world of primal teeth and claws: how exotic animals – lions, tigers, bears, and more – are trained for film, television, and live acts.

  • Filmsuck, USA.

    by Eileen Jones

    For anyone wondering why both Hollywood and independent movies suck so badly lately, this collection of hilariously angry film reviews excoriates the recent film flameouts darkening our multiplexes. An extended introductory rant provides historical perspective on the long decline and fall of the American cinema.

  • It Came From the Video Aisle!

    by Dave Jay, William S. Wilson and Torsten Dewi

    This book tracks the history of Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment Studio, from its late ’80s birth among the ruins of the American drive-in through to the modern digital world. This is an essential read for any cult film fan.

  • Slash of the Titans – The Road to Freddy vs Jason

    by Dustin McNeill

    A revealing look at why it took New Line Cinema nearly ten years and four-million-dollars to find the right screenplay for Freddy vs Jason. Featuring new interviews with the original writers and filmmakers, Slash details the production’s troubled history from the surprise ending of Jason Goes to Hell all the way to the crossover’s red carpet premiere. Read about the many rejected storylines and learn how the project was eventually able to escape from development hell. This is the story of one film, two horror icons and seventeen screenwriters!

  • Stealing Cars With The Pros

    by Anthony Pignataro

    A collection of some of Anthony’s noir-themed journalism from his work in California and Hawaii.

  • The Weed Runners

    by Nicholas Schou

    Focusing on an incredibly dynamic three-year period from 2009 to 2012, this fast-moving and exciting portrait examines the lives of the people involved in today’s marijuana trade and recent developments in the federal war on medical marijuana. Unlike other books on the topic, this narrative gives readers a first-hand account on America’s quasi-legal medical marijuana trade.

  • Big Thunder

    by Peter Atkins

    A dark avenger from the pages of a 1930s pulp magazine, Strange Thrills, materializes in the present day streets of Manhattan. But he is not the only character coming alive in modern New York, and not even his creator’s fertile imagination could have prefigured the carnage to come.

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    San Francisco, 1988. A serial killer is on the loose. Twelve victims so far, all ritually disfigured. Scrawled in each victim’s blood, a single word: Morningstar… Investigating the murders, Donovan Moon and Shelley Masterton find themselves drawn into a nightmare of death, destiny, and unholy power – because Morningstar may be more than a murderer, and his victims may be more than human.

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk

    Lumsden Moss is an escaped thief and an unrepentant bibliophile with a long-suffering desire to foist some karmic retribution on those who have wronged him. But when the opportunity to steal a rare book from the man who sentenced him to prison puts him on the wrong side of the wrong people, Moss finds himself on the run.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington

    What if you could buy the perfect lover built just for you — would you be willing to pay the price? Not long from now, an intelligent android will be invented that is completely indistinguishable from human. The brand name for this type of robot will be “Nymph”, and their purpose will be to provide their owners with sexual pleasure, but nothing is ever as it seems.

  • Rumors of the Marvelous

    by Peter Atkins

    A brilliant collection of 14 short “ghost stories” by a contemporary master of the fantastic. Previously released as a limited edition hardcover in Great Britain and a finalist for The British Fantasy Award for Best Short Fiction Collection. With stories ranging from horror, hints of sci-fi, and fantasy to epic poetry, Peter Atkins delivers all in a style uniquely his own.

  • Weaponized

    by Zac Thompson

    Truog Island is a desolate place where sexual activity is outlawed. There lives Trip Yash, bored out of his mind. That was until he met Cron. After a night of passion, Cron disappears taking Trip’s virginity with him. A few days later, Trip develops a rash on his hand that eventually blooms into a gun made from his own flesh. It’s not long before Trip becomes a living weapon locked in a battle against an ancient virus that threatens to ruin his island home. As his body continues to change, terrifying forces emerge with the power to weaponize the dead.

  • In Sheep’s Clothing

    by Chauncey G. Parker III

    This novel concerns the epiphany of an idealistic, recent seminary graduate who must learn the bitter life lesson that what appears in front of the reredos does not always conform to the reality behind it, and whether he can do what he knows he must before it is too late.

  • Another Chance to Get It Right

    by Andrew Vachss

    The acclaimed and ground breaking collection of short stories, poetry, and allegory by Andrew Vachss, one of the most powerful voices in the field of child protection. This work is an illumination of the realities of child abuse, juvenile violence . . . and tribute to the power of imagination.

    Cover art by Paul Chadwick

  • The Hundred-Year Christmas

    by David Morrell

    The novel concerns the friendship between Father Christmas, who lives for 100 years, and Father Time, who lives for only one. Each year Santa Claus watches a new version of his friend grow old and die, before being replaced; however, Santa’s hundred years is up and it is now his turn to find a replacement.