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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.
  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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 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?
  • 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.

  • The Lost Machine

    by Richard A. Kirk

    In a wasteland ravaged by plague, Lumsden Moss steps out of a decaying prison. Armed with a satchel of yellowed notebooks containing the fragile memories of five murdered children, he is determined to track down and confront their killer. Lumsden, accompanied by a stranger, begins a long journey to the ancient City of Steps where he is forced to confront the horrors of the past and present.

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