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  • 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.

  • Welkin Weasels 4 – Gaslight Geezers

    by Garry Kilworth

    Montagu Sylver – a descendant of the famous outlaw Sylver – is a famous weasel detective, intent on solving mysteries. Can he ferret out the truth when he learns that the anarchist Spindrick plans to blow everyone to smithereens with a fiendish bomb? Or find a lemming prince who vanishes almost as soon as he sets paw on Welkin soil? From rat-controlled sewers, to the fog-shrouded docks and a banner-strewn battlefront in the north, Monty is soon on the trail, aided and abetted by his trusty weasel companions. But time is running out – especially when the corrupt Sheriff Falshed trumps up a charge against Monty and he is suddenly a fugitive from the law… Set in a gloriously witty semi-Victorian world, Gaslight Geezers is a fast and furious animal fantasy tale that begins a new cycle of adventures for the weasels of Welkin.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • 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!

  • A Splendid Chaos

    by John Shirley

    Zero is a young film maker who believes his whole life and career are mapped out before him. That is, until the night he and his friends are caught in a dazzling trap that spans worlds. Dropped onto a dreamlike planet whose surrealistic beauty cannot hide its grotesque reality. A world, so stunningly bizarre, nightmares are irrelevant. Here, abductees both human and alien are pitted against a never-ending succession of hellish parasites, carnivores, shape-changers, and symbiotes.

  • Welkin Weasels 2 – Castle Storm

    by Garry Kilworth

    The land of Welkin is in trouble! Not only is it at risk of flood, but now, the rat hordes are on the move, fighting to gain dominance over the other animals. Sylver’s search for the elusive humans – their only hope – leads him and his intrepid band of weasels to an enormous ruined castle, deep in the heart of the bleak flatlands of Darkmoor. Here, he meets Clive of Coldkettle, the leader of the red squirrels, in a state of permanent war with the grey squirrels. Can Sylver succeed in his quest whilst caught in the midst of such a savage conflict?

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 3 – Windjammer Run

    by Garry Kilworth

    Sylver and his band of weasels take to the high seas in search of the humans who mysteriously deserted the land of Welkin many years ago. On their tail is the seasick Sheriff Falshed, commanded by the stoat rulers to stop Sylver at any cost. And if that’s not bad enough, behind them is a ship crammed to the gunwales with bloodthirsty rats, convinced that Sylver is secretly hunting a pirate’s treasure.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Archangel

    by Garry Kilworth

    It’s 2002, and there’s a demon abroad in London, a soul so corrupt and foul that Satan himself has recruited him from the legions of the dead. Only one entity in Heaven can counter his power – an Archangel, an angel of the highest rank.

  • In Darkness Waiting

    by John Shirley

    With its exploration of the “insect” inside us all, In Darkness Waiting proves more relevant today than ever. A parasitic part of humanity since primitive times, they have been responsible for the worst human atrocities in history. When a psychology experiment goes out of control in remote Jasper, Oregon, the town swarms with Gray Pilots, whose stings bring out the cold-blooded killer in everyone and initiate an orgy of sociopathic slaughter. First published in 1988, the novel has been updated with references to Beirut, Bosnia and Abu Ghraib prison. Shirley works a crafty variation on the smalltown horror novel, making it an effective vehicle for his dark sociological speculations, and shows that his story’s worst horror is its continuing relevance.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Elemetal Tales

    by Garry Kilworth

    18 short stories were born out of a discussion on themed collections with the Canadian writer Claude Lalumiere. They are diverse in every way except that each one of them has a metal element at its heart. ‘The Maskmaker‘ was the first to be written, a story set in an early Venice and has gold as its theme. There then follows tales of robots made of lead, cyborgs who are addicted to drinking mercury, aliens obsessed with shiny chromium, a nickel coin worth a king’s ransom and many others. The tales end with a false element, Erifium, the metal from which the sword of Saint Michael is fashioned. One he wields against demons in the battle of Armageddon.

  • Of Darkness and Light

    by Paul Kane

    For teenager Lee Masterton, his deepest childhood fears are about to become a reality – because not only will he discover that the things living in the darkness are real, he will also find himself in the middle of a war between them and the forces of light. Set against the normal, everyday backdrop of a council estate, the future of humanity will be decided by the outcome of these events…

  • The Storm

    by Paul Kane

    It started off like any other day, but for the tourists, staff and workmen at Willerton Castle it will end in terror. Because a storm is coming, a storm like nothing anyone has ever seen. A storm that will herald an attack by creatures this world has never encountered before. Will any of them survive?

  • Welkin Weasels 1 – Thunder Oak

    by Garry Kilworth

    Long ago, long before Sylver the weasel was born, the humans all left Welkin. Now life for a weasel – under the heavy paw of the vicious stoat rulers – is pretty miserable (unless you happen to be a weasel who LIKES living in a hovel and toiling all hours for the benefit of the stoats). It’s certainly not enough for Sylver. Or for his small band of outlaws, both jacks and jills. But slingshots and darts can only do so much against heavily-armed stoats and life as an outlaw has a fairly limited future (probably a painful one, too). That’s when Sylver comes up with his plan – a heroic plan that could destroy the stoats’ reign of power for ever. He will find the humans, and bring them back to Welkin! And the first step is to follow up a clue from the past – a clue that lies in a place known as Thunder Oak

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Belle Vue

    by C.S. Alleyne

    Jealousy, betrayal, murder and a hunger for vengeance that spans the centuries… History student Alex Palmer is thrilled when his girlfriend, Claire Ryan, buys an apartment in Belle Vue Manor, formerly a Victorian lunatic asylum. But as Alex begins to discover the dark truth about the asylum’s past, he, Claire, and their friend Marianne find themselves on a nightmarish journey. Each will face the deadly consequences of the evil that began with the construction of the first Belle Vue Manor by an aristocratic French émigré in 1789, as well as the cruelty and satanic practices that continued when it became an asylum for the insane. As the two strands—past and present—unfold, Alex uncovers a supernatural mystery where revenge is paramount and innocence irrelevant—without being aware of the price he, and those around him, will pay.

  • Phantasm Exhumed

    by Dustin McNeill

    McNeill has been lurking behind the scenes of Phantasm since 2007, the year in which he launched the popular Phantasm Archive website. In 2008 he personally organized Michael Baldwin’s return to the convention scene for several cast reunions. McNeill has also designed official websites for Phantasm veterans including co-star Bill Thornbury and talented SPFX creator Mark Shostrom. In 2012 McNeill helped coordinate supplemental features for Scream Factory’s Phantasm II collector’s edition Blu-Ray release and served as an early consultant for The Ball Is Back documentary. Phantasm Exhumed is the culmination of half a decade of research.

  • Further Exhumed: The Strange Case of Phantasm Ravager

    by Dustin McNeill

    The fifth and final Phantasm took an incredible eight years to go from set to screen. The project began as an experimental short before becoming a thirteen part web series and finally a feature length sequel. Shot in secret on a microbudget, Ravager reunites Phantasm ‘s core cast thirty-five years after the original cult classic. The new sequel filmed not in Hollywood soundstages but in the homes of cast and crew. Visual effects were handled mostly by the director. Decades-old props were taken out of storage and dusted off for reuse. They just don’t make movies like this anymore. In fact, they never really did to begin with. Such is The Strange Case of Phantasm Ravager

  • The Odd Job

    by Bernard McKenna & Colin Bostock-Smith

    The basis of the 1978 British comedy film starring Monty Python member Graham Chapman and David Jason. A despondent businessman decides to end it all after his wife leaves him. Unfortunately, he lacks the courage to do it to himself and so hires a professional assassin. A short time passes and things look considerably brighter for the businessman who suddenly decides he wants to live. Unfortunately, nothing he says can convince his would be killer to stop his pursuit.

  • Lumber & Other Tales

    by Bret Nelson

    Decades after his death in 1896, Professor Marchworth’s “Emotion Resonator” would be called “The Cabinet of Sorrows” as it was exhibited through a series of London sideshows. A poster preserved in the London Museum of Curiosities bills the cabinet as “an object cured in anguish, stained in grief, and varnished with madness,” a far cry from the Oxford Psychiatrist’s intended legacy.

  • The Colour of Madness

    by Paul Kane

    Paul Kane’s The Colour of Madness is a collection and movie tie- in from one of the masters of modern horror, featuring a host of extras: script extracts, behind the scenes pictures, plus “Men of the Cloth”, the original novelette which inspired the movie.

  • 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.

  • Taking Shape II – The Lost Halloween Sequels

    by Dustin McNeill & Travis Mullins

    Authors Dustin McNeill and Travis Mullins are back to bring you an inside look at 24 lost Halloween sequels you never saw on the big screen! Learn about these fascinating unmade visions direct from their creators, many of whom have never spoken publicly on the subject before. This book is brimming with untold franchise history.

  • Twisted Tales – Domestic Disturbances

    by Tom Holland

    Horror legend Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) dares you to join him for a collection of nerve-shredding Twisted Tales. Serving up a mind-bending assortment of the macabre, it’s a collection of four nightmarish short stories, fine-tuned to keep you on the edge of your seat:

    • The technology of companionship goes too far in “Suzi-69”.
    • Revenge is a dish best served…small in “Shrunk”.
    • A normal day of shopping turns into a life-threatening moral dilemma in “Glitter”.
    • And a mysterious child emerges from the desert to perform miracles in “The Boy”.
  • Places in the Bone – A Memoir

    by Carol Dine

    In a series of unflinching vignettes laced with heartbreak and often with humor, Places in the Bone gives an unforgettable account of loss and survival, childhood secrets banished from memory, and the power of language to retrieve the missing parts of oneself and one’s past. Woven together with unmistakable lyricism, Carol Dine’s narrative moves back and forth in time and place – from the childhood bedroom that fills her with fear, to a hospital room after her surgery for breast cancer, to an adobe hut in a New Mexico artists’ colony where she escapes and finds her voice. More than a story of personal loss, the memoir moves us with its humanity, its unnerving wit, and its defiant faith. As the fragments come together, we experience Dine’s joy in living and her reconciliation with the past that allow her to renew bonds with her son, her sister, and her mother. Word after word, we witness the power of art to refigure a body, to transform suffering, and ultimately, to redeem.

  • The Heart of Hell

    by Wayne Barlowe

    Award-winning artist Wayne Barlowe returns to his epic dark fantasy world with this sequel to God’s Demon – where rival demons war for control of the infernal domain. Sargatanas has Ascended and the doomed, anguished souls have found themselves emancipated. Hell has changed…hasn’t it? The demons, wardens of the souls, are free of their inmates.

  • 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 Sacrifice of Anton Stacey

    by Christian Francis

    With this tale of a soul in jeopardy against a backdrop of apocalyptic terror, Christian Francis distills enough plot for a 500 page novel into a tight fable-like novella, poignant and horrifying in equal measure.” 
    Peter Atkins (Morningstar, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Wishmaster)

    As the snow beats down on a small Appalachian town of Folksville, the Stacey Brothers meet to bury their father. Their bittersweet reunion soon turns into terror as, under the cover of darkness, something unnatural starts to make its way throughout the town. Something that spreads a rot so monstrous, that nothing can survive.

  • 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.

  • The Dead Trilogy

    by Paul Kane

    Cover Art by Charlie Adlard

    ‘An absorbing tale of terror that takes you in a direction that I didn’t expect… Paul Kane has crafted a nifty little story with that greatest of gifts: the element of surprise.’
    Mick Garris, Creator of Masters of Horror

    Three very special interconnected zombie tales. Includes ‘Dead Time’, filmed as New Year’s Day for the Lions Gate/NBC TV series Fear Itself.

  • Dr. Adder

    by K.W. Jeter
    Read by Edison McDaniels

    Set in a future where the United States has largely broken down into reluctantly cooperating enclaves run by a wide variety of strongmen and warlords, with a veneer of government control that seems largely interested in controlling technology.

  • Re-Animator

    by Jeff Rovin

    The novelization of the cult horror film, Re-Animator, H.P. Lovecraft’s wildly outrageous tale of grisly horror that has become a modern cult-classic overnight, comes to ebook to haunt, thrill and delight the mad scientist in us all. Herbert West has a serious problem – His testing of his secret life-rejuvenating potion on some cooperative corpses at a local morgue is a success! But only a temporary one – as the dead spring to life, reacting violently to their re-animation.

  • Dracula In Love

    by John Shirley

    The moment Vladimir Horescu saw the letter, he felt an ominous chill. Then, he opened it–and found a note from his unknown father, a note signed by Dracula! A haunting and bizarre Dracula tale mixed with an equally bizarre erotic love story.

  • 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.

  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    This special audiobook edition is narrated brilliantly by horror icon Peter Atkins (HellraiserThe Wishmaster), who reminds us that there are still some very good reasons to be afraid of the dark. This is the novelization based on the classic horror film written and directed by Tom Holland that redefined the genre and birthed a thousand knock-offs. The novelization were written by splatterpunk staples John Skipp and Craig Specter. Music by Justin Vonderach.

  • Doomstalker

    by Gary Brandner

    Marika, a young female member of an intelligent, canine-like race, survives the massacre of her tribe by nomads, only to be captured by the Silth Witches who want to use her psychic powers for their own battles with the nomads.

  • Incubus – The Descent

    by Christian Francis

    “Fans of literary horror will find Incubus: The Descent a worthy, involving read.“
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Horrifying and hysterical. I love this batsh*t book!”
    Mark Miller (Hellraiser : The Toll, Next Testament)

    Throughout history there have always been those who tasked themselves with a mission to vanquish evil. None more so than those who would be seen as monsters themselves. Monsters who accept that the only way to conquer the darkness is to descend to the place where it was born, and meet it head on. Hell is what you make of it, and for Rebecca, Hell is what others have made for her, as her world crumbles into chaos and the fabric of reality tears in two. Even those she loves, hide a demons face…

  • 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.

  • Hamlet II – Ophelia’s Revenge

    by David Bergantino
    Read by A. V. Caris | Cover designed by Miguel Cordova and Evelyna Nazari

    Football star Cameron Dean is genuine campus royalty at Globe University, but his life is more of a nightmare than a dream. Not only was his dad murdered under mysterious circumstances, but Cameron suspects that his mom and aunt may have had something to do with it! Now the only question is: to die or not to die?

  • Magpie’s Ladder

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Cover by Richard A Kirk | Read by Jake Ruddle

    A researcher’s curiosity draws her to the dream realm of the Darkling Lands. Condemned by his own crime, an engrosser plumbs the labyrinthine depths of his firm’s building to find that he is not alone. A giant searches for his missing brother. A young woman opens a sealed house atop a crumbling bridge. A young academic moves into the house of a dead professor and finds himself trapped in a dark fairy-tale. These are five stories of yearning, curiosity and darkness. They explore the fragile and dangerous correspondence between people and monsters.

  • The Lazarus Condition

    by Paul Kane

    Matthew Daley is an enigma. He’s appeared after seven years – eager to pick up the threads of his life, make contact once more with his loved ones. Something that’s not so easy to do when your family’s last memory is of attending your funeral, and watching as your coffin is lowered into the ground.

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    Read by Doug Bradley

    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.

  • Everyday Monsters

    by Christian Francis

    “Everyday Monsters is a captivating read that excels in unpredictable twists, strong characterization, and a plot that slowly reveals the real monsters in this world.”
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Huge amounts of fun to read.”
    Paul Kane (bestselling and award-winning author of Before, Arcana and Monsters.)

    In the darkness of humanity lies the world of monsters! Everyday Monsters is the first book in an expanded universe, which tells the tale of an undead man, dragged through a prophecy as the world around him falls. What seems as a quick and easy messenger job, quickly descends into a race to change the very fabric of existence. In a world which makes increasingly little sense, he must try to stay alive to bring a new balance to reality.

  • Taking Shape – Developing Halloween from Script to Screen

    by Dustin McNeill & Travis Mullins

    Silver Shamrock. Thorn. White Horses. It’s all in here. Join authors Dustin McNeill and Travis Mullins for a deep dive into the evolution of Halloween’s vast mythology. Extensively researched, Taking Shape is the ultimate guide to the first forty years of Haddonfield history. Featuring exclusive interviews with filmmakers from every installment, prepare to gain new insight into Halloween’s iconic boogeyman. Oh, you don’t believe in the boogeyman? You should.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington
    Cover Art by Michael O

    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.

  • Signs of Life

    by Paul Kane

    How much do the stars tell you about who you are, and about your future? For a group of strangers, the stars will warn them about what this day has in store. The day when their world will turn upside down. No matter who they are – a serial killer, or a small boy – fate will play its part indiscriminately.

  • Sleeper(s)

    by Paul Kane

    The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city and seek out the only person who might be able to help. This chilling reworking of The Andromeda Strain, Inception, Outbreak, and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.

  • Lunar

    by Paul Kane

    It should have been the perfect evening. But for blue collar delivery man Nick Skinner, the romantic time he spent with the love of his life, Dawn, has just turned into his worst nightmare. Waking suddenly, he’s attacked by something feral in his room… and it’s not alone. The clock is frozen at just gone midnight and only certain things work; only some lights, only some vehicles. The city has become a hunting ground for the “loons” – humanoid creatures with claws and completely white eyes, just like the moon above that seems to be influencing them.

     

  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley
    Read by Stephen Paul Dieter | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • 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
    Read by Fred Greenspan | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • Another Chance to Get It Right

    by Andrew Vachss
    Read by Joe R Lansdale | Cover art by Paul Chadwick

    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…a nd tribute to the power of imagination.

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    Another Chance is Dr. Seuss dressed up as a Scorsese movie, another on-target hit by an author who has made children his primary concern.”
    People Magazine

    Another Chance to Get it Right offers a unique look at the potential of parenting, as much inspirational as it is instructional, both a blessing and a warning for us all.

    Another Chance To Get It Right first debuted as the cover of Parade magazine in 1991. Oprah Winfrey read it aloud in during her 1993 interview with Andrew Vachss

    10% of all sales of the audiobook version of Another Chance to Get it Right will go directly to the Legislative Drafting Institute for Child Protection furthering the research and production of child-protective legislation.

    The book also available free of charge on Audiobooks Unleashed

    The mission of LDICP, a 501(c)(3) organization, will still benefit if you select a free download but we encourage folks who can afford to buy the book not to take them, as the number of free downloads is limited.

  • Stealing Cars With The Pros

    by Anthony Pignataro
    Read by Scott Wilder

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

  • Offshore

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Matt Hicks | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • A Life In The Cinema

    by Mick Garris
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale, Mick Garris, Steven Weber, Matt Frewer & Miguel Ferrer

    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…

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read By Senn Annis | Cover by Richard A Kirk | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • It Came From the Video Aisle!

    by Dave Jay, Torsten Dewi and William S. Wilson
    Read by Eric Bodrero | Music by Christian Wunderlich

    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.

  • Criminal Macabre: The Complete Cal McDonald Stories

    by Steve Niles
    Read by Eric Bryan Moore | Music by Christian Wunderlich

    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.

  • Silverglass

    by J.F. Rivkin

    The life of a sword-for-hire was often uncertain, but for beautiful, sensual Corson brenn Torisk it was the only one worth living. When Corson was hired by the Lady Nyctasia, it seemed that fortune was smiling at last. The Lady was pretty, amusing, and rich, and her reputation for sorcery, she assured her new bodyguard, was greatly exaggerated. For Corson had little liking for magic, and less for magicians. But she had a high regard for her own skin, and when her employer’s enemies proved both numerous and determined, she soon decided a sword was not enough. Any weapon would do, even the Lady’s necromancy…

  • The Hundred-Year Christmas

    by David Morrell
    Read by Owen Moogan

    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.

  • Wetbones

    by John Shirley
    Read by Edison McDaniels | Music by Justin Vonderach

    Into a Southern California rife with the machinations of Hollywood, the lure of drugs, and the slick sheen of sex, comes a nameless, ancient evil, a destroyer that completely ravages its victims, body and soul, leaving behind only wet bones. Blending supernatural horror worthy of Lovecraft with a razor-sharp, outlaw street savvy, Shirley presents a visceral, terrifying tale sure to sear the psyche of unwary readers.

  • Truck Stop

    by John Penney
    Read by John Penney | Music by Justin Vonderach

    On a lonely stretch of highway in the Utah mountains, Cedar Mountain Truck Stop awaits the unsuspecting traveler. Over the years, it has been the setting of unspeakable acts of horror that have gone undiscovered. It is the hunting ground for a serial killer who disposes the bodies in the junkyard behind the rambling, rundown complex. But the long dead victims are not going quietly…

  • Veil’s Visit: a Taste of Hap and Leonard

    by Joe R. Lansdale and Andrew Vachss
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale | Cover by Tim Truman

    Leonard is in jail for burning down the crack house for the fourth time. An old acquaintance of Hap’s named Veil comes to defend Leonard. He uses a ploy of showing Leonard as a savior of the neighborhood by burning out the plague carrying rats. If that ploy doesn’t work, they go to plan B.

  • Floater

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Kyle Walton | Music by Justin Vonderach

    The Insiders Clever Alec, Arrogant Roman, Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. The Outsider Frazier, brainy and awkward, the school geek. But he has a special talent the ability to send his mind on long journeys out of his body. Then one night a prank goes hideously wrong. Twenty years later Alec, Roman and Lindy are summoned back to their hometown an invitation they cannot refuse. It is a high school reunion they will never forget…if any of them lives through it.

  • The Brain Eaters

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Sean Duregger

    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 Lost Machine

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read by Jake Ruddle | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • The Evolutionist

    by Rena Mason
    Read by Carol Schneider

    Las Vegas suburbanite, Stacy Troy, dreams that everyone is dead. She dismembers the bodies of loved ones, stuffs them into a shopping cart, then takes them two at a time to the pile where she will burn their remains and say her last goodbyes.

  • Hellraiser: The Toll

    by Mark Alan Miller
    Narration by Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) | Voices by Mali Elfman, Kasey Lansdale, Peter Atkins, Robert Parigi, Richard Ankles, Christian Francis, Joshua Holland, and Justin Vonderach | Music by Cris Velasco

    Hellraiser: The Toll tells the story of what happened between the iconic works Hellraiser and its literary follow-up, The Scarlet Gospels.

  • Driving in LA

    by Brenda Bakke
    Read by Brenda Bakke

    Driving in LA is the story of the narrator’s first 2 years of moving to, and surviving in Los Angeles in the early 1980’s. From being driven to become a professional actress, her story takes us through rapes, cocaine addiction, and prostitution, all while trying to keep her spirit and dreams alive.

  • Archangel

    by Garry Kilworth

    It’s 2002, and there’s a demon abroad in London, a soul so corrupt and foul that Satan himself has recruited him from the legions of the dead. Only one entity in Heaven can counter his power – an Archangel, an angel of the highest rank.

  • In Darkness Waiting

    by John Shirley

    With its exploration of the “insect” inside us all, In Darkness Waiting proves more relevant today than ever. A parasitic part of humanity since primitive times, they have been responsible for the worst human atrocities in history. When a psychology experiment goes out of control in remote Jasper, Oregon, the town swarms with Gray Pilots, whose stings bring out the cold-blooded killer in everyone and initiate an orgy of sociopathic slaughter. First published in 1988, the novel has been updated with references to Beirut, Bosnia and Abu Ghraib prison. Shirley works a crafty variation on the smalltown horror novel, making it an effective vehicle for his dark sociological speculations, and shows that his story’s worst horror is its continuing relevance.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Elemetal Tales

    by Garry Kilworth

    18 short stories were born out of a discussion on themed collections with the Canadian writer Claude Lalumiere. They are diverse in every way except that each one of them has a metal element at its heart. ‘The Maskmaker‘ was the first to be written, a story set in an early Venice and has gold as its theme. There then follows tales of robots made of lead, cyborgs who are addicted to drinking mercury, aliens obsessed with shiny chromium, a nickel coin worth a king’s ransom and many others. The tales end with a false element, Erifium, the metal from which the sword of Saint Michael is fashioned. One he wields against demons in the battle of Armageddon.

  • Of Darkness and Light

    by Paul Kane

    For teenager Lee Masterton, his deepest childhood fears are about to become a reality – because not only will he discover that the things living in the darkness are real, he will also find himself in the middle of a war between them and the forces of light. Set against the normal, everyday backdrop of a council estate, the future of humanity will be decided by the outcome of these events…

  • The Storm

    by Paul Kane

    It started off like any other day, but for the tourists, staff and workmen at Willerton Castle it will end in terror. Because a storm is coming, a storm like nothing anyone has ever seen. A storm that will herald an attack by creatures this world has never encountered before. Will any of them survive?

  • Belle Vue

    by C.S. Alleyne

    Jealousy, betrayal, murder and a hunger for vengeance that spans the centuries… History student Alex Palmer is thrilled when his girlfriend, Claire Ryan, buys an apartment in Belle Vue Manor, formerly a Victorian lunatic asylum. But as Alex begins to discover the dark truth about the asylum’s past, he, Claire, and their friend Marianne find themselves on a nightmarish journey. Each will face the deadly consequences of the evil that began with the construction of the first Belle Vue Manor by an aristocratic French émigré in 1789, as well as the cruelty and satanic practices that continued when it became an asylum for the insane. As the two strands—past and present—unfold, Alex uncovers a supernatural mystery where revenge is paramount and innocence irrelevant—without being aware of the price he, and those around him, will pay.

  • Lumber & Other Tales

    by Bret Nelson

    Decades after his death in 1896, Professor Marchworth’s “Emotion Resonator” would be called “The Cabinet of Sorrows” as it was exhibited through a series of London sideshows. A poster preserved in the London Museum of Curiosities bills the cabinet as “an object cured in anguish, stained in grief, and varnished with madness,” a far cry from the Oxford Psychiatrist’s intended legacy.

  • The Colour of Madness

    by Paul Kane

    Paul Kane’s The Colour of Madness is a collection and movie tie- in from one of the masters of modern horror, featuring a host of extras: script extracts, behind the scenes pictures, plus “Men of the Cloth”, the original novelette which inspired the movie.

  • Twisted Tales – Domestic Disturbances

    by Tom Holland

    Horror legend Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) dares you to join him for a collection of nerve-shredding Twisted Tales. Serving up a mind-bending assortment of the macabre, it’s a collection of four nightmarish short stories, fine-tuned to keep you on the edge of your seat:

    • The technology of companionship goes too far in “Suzi-69”.
    • Revenge is a dish best served…small in “Shrunk”.
    • A normal day of shopping turns into a life-threatening moral dilemma in “Glitter”.
    • And a mysterious child emerges from the desert to perform miracles in “The Boy”.
  • The Sacrifice of Anton Stacey

    by Christian Francis

    With this tale of a soul in jeopardy against a backdrop of apocalyptic terror, Christian Francis distills enough plot for a 500 page novel into a tight fable-like novella, poignant and horrifying in equal measure.” 
    Peter Atkins (Morningstar, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Wishmaster)

    As the snow beats down on a small Appalachian town of Folksville, the Stacey Brothers meet to bury their father. Their bittersweet reunion soon turns into terror as, under the cover of darkness, something unnatural starts to make its way throughout the town. Something that spreads a rot so monstrous, that nothing can survive.

  • The Dead Trilogy

    by Paul Kane

    Cover Art by Charlie Adlard

    ‘An absorbing tale of terror that takes you in a direction that I didn’t expect… Paul Kane has crafted a nifty little story with that greatest of gifts: the element of surprise.’
    Mick Garris, Creator of Masters of Horror

    Three very special interconnected zombie tales. Includes ‘Dead Time’, filmed as New Year’s Day for the Lions Gate/NBC TV series Fear Itself.

  • Dr. Adder

    by K.W. Jeter
    Read by Edison McDaniels

    Set in a future where the United States has largely broken down into reluctantly cooperating enclaves run by a wide variety of strongmen and warlords, with a veneer of government control that seems largely interested in controlling technology.

  • Re-Animator

    by Jeff Rovin

    The novelization of the cult horror film, Re-Animator, H.P. Lovecraft’s wildly outrageous tale of grisly horror that has become a modern cult-classic overnight, comes to ebook to haunt, thrill and delight the mad scientist in us all. Herbert West has a serious problem – His testing of his secret life-rejuvenating potion on some cooperative corpses at a local morgue is a success! But only a temporary one – as the dead spring to life, reacting violently to their re-animation.

  • Dracula In Love

    by John Shirley

    The moment Vladimir Horescu saw the letter, he felt an ominous chill. Then, he opened it–and found a note from his unknown father, a note signed by Dracula! A haunting and bizarre Dracula tale mixed with an equally bizarre erotic love story.

  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    This special audiobook edition is narrated brilliantly by horror icon Peter Atkins (HellraiserThe Wishmaster), who reminds us that there are still some very good reasons to be afraid of the dark. This is the novelization based on the classic horror film written and directed by Tom Holland that redefined the genre and birthed a thousand knock-offs. The novelization were written by splatterpunk staples John Skipp and Craig Specter. Music by Justin Vonderach.

  • Doomstalker

    by Gary Brandner

    Marika, a young female member of an intelligent, canine-like race, survives the massacre of her tribe by nomads, only to be captured by the Silth Witches who want to use her psychic powers for their own battles with the nomads.

  • Incubus – The Descent

    by Christian Francis

    “Fans of literary horror will find Incubus: The Descent a worthy, involving read.“
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Horrifying and hysterical. I love this batsh*t book!”
    Mark Miller (Hellraiser : The Toll, Next Testament)

    Throughout history there have always been those who tasked themselves with a mission to vanquish evil. None more so than those who would be seen as monsters themselves. Monsters who accept that the only way to conquer the darkness is to descend to the place where it was born, and meet it head on. Hell is what you make of it, and for Rebecca, Hell is what others have made for her, as her world crumbles into chaos and the fabric of reality tears in two. Even those she loves, hide a demons face…

  • 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.

  • Hamlet II – Ophelia’s Revenge

    by David Bergantino
    Read by A. V. Caris | Cover designed by Miguel Cordova and Evelyna Nazari

    Football star Cameron Dean is genuine campus royalty at Globe University, but his life is more of a nightmare than a dream. Not only was his dad murdered under mysterious circumstances, but Cameron suspects that his mom and aunt may have had something to do with it! Now the only question is: to die or not to die?

  • The Lazarus Condition

    by Paul Kane

    Matthew Daley is an enigma. He’s appeared after seven years – eager to pick up the threads of his life, make contact once more with his loved ones. Something that’s not so easy to do when your family’s last memory is of attending your funeral, and watching as your coffin is lowered into the ground.

  • Everyday Monsters

    by Christian Francis

    “Everyday Monsters is a captivating read that excels in unpredictable twists, strong characterization, and a plot that slowly reveals the real monsters in this world.”
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Huge amounts of fun to read.”
    Paul Kane (bestselling and award-winning author of Before, Arcana and Monsters.)

    In the darkness of humanity lies the world of monsters! Everyday Monsters is the first book in an expanded universe, which tells the tale of an undead man, dragged through a prophecy as the world around him falls. What seems as a quick and easy messenger job, quickly descends into a race to change the very fabric of existence. In a world which makes increasingly little sense, he must try to stay alive to bring a new balance to reality.

  • Signs of Life

    by Paul Kane

    How much do the stars tell you about who you are, and about your future? For a group of strangers, the stars will warn them about what this day has in store. The day when their world will turn upside down. No matter who they are – a serial killer, or a small boy – fate will play its part indiscriminately.

  • Sleeper(s)

    by Paul Kane

    The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city and seek out the only person who might be able to help. This chilling reworking of The Andromeda Strain, Inception, Outbreak, and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.

  • Lunar

    by Paul Kane

    It should have been the perfect evening. But for blue collar delivery man Nick Skinner, the romantic time he spent with the love of his life, Dawn, has just turned into his worst nightmare. Waking suddenly, he’s attacked by something feral in his room… and it’s not alone. The clock is frozen at just gone midnight and only certain things work; only some lights, only some vehicles. The city has become a hunting ground for the “loons” – humanoid creatures with claws and completely white eyes, just like the moon above that seems to be influencing them.

     

  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley
    Read by Stephen Paul Dieter | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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 The Cinema

    by Mick Garris
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale, Mick Garris, Steven Weber, Matt Frewer & Miguel Ferrer

    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…

  • Wetbones

    by John Shirley
    Read by Edison McDaniels | Music by Justin Vonderach

    Into a Southern California rife with the machinations of Hollywood, the lure of drugs, and the slick sheen of sex, comes a nameless, ancient evil, a destroyer that completely ravages its victims, body and soul, leaving behind only wet bones. Blending supernatural horror worthy of Lovecraft with a razor-sharp, outlaw street savvy, Shirley presents a visceral, terrifying tale sure to sear the psyche of unwary readers.

  • Truck Stop

    by John Penney
    Read by John Penney | Music by Justin Vonderach

    On a lonely stretch of highway in the Utah mountains, Cedar Mountain Truck Stop awaits the unsuspecting traveler. Over the years, it has been the setting of unspeakable acts of horror that have gone undiscovered. It is the hunting ground for a serial killer who disposes the bodies in the junkyard behind the rambling, rundown complex. But the long dead victims are not going quietly…

  • Floater

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Kyle Walton | Music by Justin Vonderach

    The Insiders Clever Alec, Arrogant Roman, Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. The Outsider Frazier, brainy and awkward, the school geek. But he has a special talent the ability to send his mind on long journeys out of his body. Then one night a prank goes hideously wrong. Twenty years later Alec, Roman and Lindy are summoned back to their hometown an invitation they cannot refuse. It is a high school reunion they will never forget…if any of them lives through it.

  • The Brain Eaters

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Sean Duregger

    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 Evolutionist

    by Rena Mason
    Read by Carol Schneider

    Las Vegas suburbanite, Stacy Troy, dreams that everyone is dead. She dismembers the bodies of loved ones, stuffs them into a shopping cart, then takes them two at a time to the pile where she will burn their remains and say her last goodbyes.

  • Hellraiser: The Toll

    by Mark Alan Miller
    Narration by Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) | Voices by Mali Elfman, Kasey Lansdale, Peter Atkins, Robert Parigi, Richard Ankles, Christian Francis, Joshua Holland, and Justin Vonderach | Music by Cris Velasco

    Hellraiser: The Toll tells the story of what happened between the iconic works Hellraiser and its literary follow-up, The Scarlet Gospels.

  • Welkin Weasels 4 – Gaslight Geezers

    by Garry Kilworth

    Montagu Sylver – a descendant of the famous outlaw Sylver – is a famous weasel detective, intent on solving mysteries. Can he ferret out the truth when he learns that the anarchist Spindrick plans to blow everyone to smithereens with a fiendish bomb? Or find a lemming prince who vanishes almost as soon as he sets paw on Welkin soil? From rat-controlled sewers, to the fog-shrouded docks and a banner-strewn battlefront in the north, Monty is soon on the trail, aided and abetted by his trusty weasel companions. But time is running out – especially when the corrupt Sheriff Falshed trumps up a charge against Monty and he is suddenly a fugitive from the law… Set in a gloriously witty semi-Victorian world, Gaslight Geezers is a fast and furious animal fantasy tale that begins a new cycle of adventures for the weasels of Welkin.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 2 – Castle Storm

    by Garry Kilworth

    The land of Welkin is in trouble! Not only is it at risk of flood, but now, the rat hordes are on the move, fighting to gain dominance over the other animals. Sylver’s search for the elusive humans – their only hope – leads him and his intrepid band of weasels to an enormous ruined castle, deep in the heart of the bleak flatlands of Darkmoor. Here, he meets Clive of Coldkettle, the leader of the red squirrels, in a state of permanent war with the grey squirrels. Can Sylver succeed in his quest whilst caught in the midst of such a savage conflict?

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 3 – Windjammer Run

    by Garry Kilworth

    Sylver and his band of weasels take to the high seas in search of the humans who mysteriously deserted the land of Welkin many years ago. On their tail is the seasick Sheriff Falshed, commanded by the stoat rulers to stop Sylver at any cost. And if that’s not bad enough, behind them is a ship crammed to the gunwales with bloodthirsty rats, convinced that Sylver is secretly hunting a pirate’s treasure.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 1 – Thunder Oak

    by Garry Kilworth

    Long ago, long before Sylver the weasel was born, the humans all left Welkin. Now life for a weasel – under the heavy paw of the vicious stoat rulers – is pretty miserable (unless you happen to be a weasel who LIKES living in a hovel and toiling all hours for the benefit of the stoats). It’s certainly not enough for Sylver. Or for his small band of outlaws, both jacks and jills. But slingshots and darts can only do so much against heavily-armed stoats and life as an outlaw has a fairly limited future (probably a painful one, too). That’s when Sylver comes up with his plan – a heroic plan that could destroy the stoats’ reign of power for ever. He will find the humans, and bring them back to Welkin! And the first step is to follow up a clue from the past – a clue that lies in a place known as Thunder Oak

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Another Chance to Get It Right

    by Andrew Vachss
    Read by Joe R Lansdale | Cover art by Paul Chadwick

    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…a nd tribute to the power of imagination.

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    Another Chance is Dr. Seuss dressed up as a Scorsese movie, another on-target hit by an author who has made children his primary concern.”
    People Magazine

    Another Chance to Get it Right offers a unique look at the potential of parenting, as much inspirational as it is instructional, both a blessing and a warning for us all.

    Another Chance To Get It Right first debuted as the cover of Parade magazine in 1991. Oprah Winfrey read it aloud in during her 1993 interview with Andrew Vachss

    10% of all sales of the audiobook version of Another Chance to Get it Right will go directly to the Legislative Drafting Institute for Child Protection furthering the research and production of child-protective legislation.

    The book also available free of charge on Audiobooks Unleashed

    The mission of LDICP, a 501(c)(3) organization, will still benefit if you select a free download but we encourage folks who can afford to buy the book not to take them, as the number of free downloads is limited.

  • The Hundred-Year Christmas

    by David Morrell
    Read by Owen Moogan

    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.

  • A Splendid Chaos

    by John Shirley

    Zero is a young film maker who believes his whole life and career are mapped out before him. That is, until the night he and his friends are caught in a dazzling trap that spans worlds. Dropped onto a dreamlike planet whose surrealistic beauty cannot hide its grotesque reality. A world, so stunningly bizarre, nightmares are irrelevant. Here, abductees both human and alien are pitted against a never-ending succession of hellish parasites, carnivores, shape-changers, and symbiotes.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Welkin Weasels 1 – Thunder Oak

    by Garry Kilworth

    Long ago, long before Sylver the weasel was born, the humans all left Welkin. Now life for a weasel – under the heavy paw of the vicious stoat rulers – is pretty miserable (unless you happen to be a weasel who LIKES living in a hovel and toiling all hours for the benefit of the stoats). It’s certainly not enough for Sylver. Or for his small band of outlaws, both jacks and jills. But slingshots and darts can only do so much against heavily-armed stoats and life as an outlaw has a fairly limited future (probably a painful one, too). That’s when Sylver comes up with his plan – a heroic plan that could destroy the stoats’ reign of power for ever. He will find the humans, and bring them back to Welkin! And the first step is to follow up a clue from the past – a clue that lies in a place known as Thunder Oak

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • The Heart of Hell

    by Wayne Barlowe

    Award-winning artist Wayne Barlowe returns to his epic dark fantasy world with this sequel to God’s Demon – where rival demons war for control of the infernal domain. Sargatanas has Ascended and the doomed, anguished souls have found themselves emancipated. Hell has changed…hasn’t it? The demons, wardens of the souls, are free of their inmates.

  • Dr. Adder

    by K.W. Jeter
    Read by Edison McDaniels

    Set in a future where the United States has largely broken down into reluctantly cooperating enclaves run by a wide variety of strongmen and warlords, with a veneer of government control that seems largely interested in controlling technology.

  • Magpie’s Ladder

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Cover by Richard A Kirk | Read by Jake Ruddle

    A researcher’s curiosity draws her to the dream realm of the Darkling Lands. Condemned by his own crime, an engrosser plumbs the labyrinthine depths of his firm’s building to find that he is not alone. A giant searches for his missing brother. A young woman opens a sealed house atop a crumbling bridge. A young academic moves into the house of a dead professor and finds himself trapped in a dark fairy-tale. These are five stories of yearning, curiosity and darkness. They explore the fragile and dangerous correspondence between people and monsters.

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    Read by Doug Bradley

    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.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington
    Cover Art by Michael O

    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.

  • Sleeper(s)

    by Paul Kane

    The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city and seek out the only person who might be able to help. This chilling reworking of The Andromeda Strain, Inception, Outbreak, and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.

  • A Life In The Cinema

    by Mick Garris
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale, Mick Garris, Steven Weber, Matt Frewer & Miguel Ferrer

    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…

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read By Senn Annis | Cover by Richard A Kirk | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • Silverglass

    by J.F. Rivkin

    The life of a sword-for-hire was often uncertain, but for beautiful, sensual Corson brenn Torisk it was the only one worth living. When Corson was hired by the Lady Nyctasia, it seemed that fortune was smiling at last. The Lady was pretty, amusing, and rich, and her reputation for sorcery, she assured her new bodyguard, was greatly exaggerated. For Corson had little liking for magic, and less for magicians. But she had a high regard for her own skin, and when her employer’s enemies proved both numerous and determined, she soon decided a sword was not enough. Any weapon would do, even the Lady’s necromancy…

  • The Lost Machine

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read by Jake Ruddle | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • Archangel

    by Garry Kilworth

    It’s 2002, and there’s a demon abroad in London, a soul so corrupt and foul that Satan himself has recruited him from the legions of the dead. Only one entity in Heaven can counter his power – an Archangel, an angel of the highest rank.

  • In Darkness Waiting

    by John Shirley

    With its exploration of the “insect” inside us all, In Darkness Waiting proves more relevant today than ever. A parasitic part of humanity since primitive times, they have been responsible for the worst human atrocities in history. When a psychology experiment goes out of control in remote Jasper, Oregon, the town swarms with Gray Pilots, whose stings bring out the cold-blooded killer in everyone and initiate an orgy of sociopathic slaughter. First published in 1988, the novel has been updated with references to Beirut, Bosnia and Abu Ghraib prison. Shirley works a crafty variation on the smalltown horror novel, making it an effective vehicle for his dark sociological speculations, and shows that his story’s worst horror is its continuing relevance.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Elemetal Tales

    by Garry Kilworth

    18 short stories were born out of a discussion on themed collections with the Canadian writer Claude Lalumiere. They are diverse in every way except that each one of them has a metal element at its heart. ‘The Maskmaker‘ was the first to be written, a story set in an early Venice and has gold as its theme. There then follows tales of robots made of lead, cyborgs who are addicted to drinking mercury, aliens obsessed with shiny chromium, a nickel coin worth a king’s ransom and many others. The tales end with a false element, Erifium, the metal from which the sword of Saint Michael is fashioned. One he wields against demons in the battle of Armageddon.

  • Of Darkness and Light

    by Paul Kane

    For teenager Lee Masterton, his deepest childhood fears are about to become a reality – because not only will he discover that the things living in the darkness are real, he will also find himself in the middle of a war between them and the forces of light. Set against the normal, everyday backdrop of a council estate, the future of humanity will be decided by the outcome of these events…

  • The Storm

    by Paul Kane

    It started off like any other day, but for the tourists, staff and workmen at Willerton Castle it will end in terror. Because a storm is coming, a storm like nothing anyone has ever seen. A storm that will herald an attack by creatures this world has never encountered before. Will any of them survive?

  • Belle Vue

    by C.S. Alleyne

    Jealousy, betrayal, murder and a hunger for vengeance that spans the centuries… History student Alex Palmer is thrilled when his girlfriend, Claire Ryan, buys an apartment in Belle Vue Manor, formerly a Victorian lunatic asylum. But as Alex begins to discover the dark truth about the asylum’s past, he, Claire, and their friend Marianne find themselves on a nightmarish journey. Each will face the deadly consequences of the evil that began with the construction of the first Belle Vue Manor by an aristocratic French émigré in 1789, as well as the cruelty and satanic practices that continued when it became an asylum for the insane. As the two strands—past and present—unfold, Alex uncovers a supernatural mystery where revenge is paramount and innocence irrelevant—without being aware of the price he, and those around him, will pay.

  • Lumber & Other Tales

    by Bret Nelson

    Decades after his death in 1896, Professor Marchworth’s “Emotion Resonator” would be called “The Cabinet of Sorrows” as it was exhibited through a series of London sideshows. A poster preserved in the London Museum of Curiosities bills the cabinet as “an object cured in anguish, stained in grief, and varnished with madness,” a far cry from the Oxford Psychiatrist’s intended legacy.

  • The Colour of Madness

    by Paul Kane

    Paul Kane’s The Colour of Madness is a collection and movie tie- in from one of the masters of modern horror, featuring a host of extras: script extracts, behind the scenes pictures, plus “Men of the Cloth”, the original novelette which inspired the movie.

  • Twisted Tales – Domestic Disturbances

    by Tom Holland

    Horror legend Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) dares you to join him for a collection of nerve-shredding Twisted Tales. Serving up a mind-bending assortment of the macabre, it’s a collection of four nightmarish short stories, fine-tuned to keep you on the edge of your seat:

    • The technology of companionship goes too far in “Suzi-69”.
    • Revenge is a dish best served…small in “Shrunk”.
    • A normal day of shopping turns into a life-threatening moral dilemma in “Glitter”.
    • And a mysterious child emerges from the desert to perform miracles in “The Boy”.
  • The Sacrifice of Anton Stacey

    by Christian Francis

    With this tale of a soul in jeopardy against a backdrop of apocalyptic terror, Christian Francis distills enough plot for a 500 page novel into a tight fable-like novella, poignant and horrifying in equal measure.” 
    Peter Atkins (Morningstar, Hellbound: Hellraiser II, Wishmaster)

    As the snow beats down on a small Appalachian town of Folksville, the Stacey Brothers meet to bury their father. Their bittersweet reunion soon turns into terror as, under the cover of darkness, something unnatural starts to make its way throughout the town. Something that spreads a rot so monstrous, that nothing can survive.

  • The Dead Trilogy

    by Paul Kane

    Cover Art by Charlie Adlard

    ‘An absorbing tale of terror that takes you in a direction that I didn’t expect… Paul Kane has crafted a nifty little story with that greatest of gifts: the element of surprise.’
    Mick Garris, Creator of Masters of Horror

    Three very special interconnected zombie tales. Includes ‘Dead Time’, filmed as New Year’s Day for the Lions Gate/NBC TV series Fear Itself.

  • Dr. Adder

    by K.W. Jeter
    Read by Edison McDaniels

    Set in a future where the United States has largely broken down into reluctantly cooperating enclaves run by a wide variety of strongmen and warlords, with a veneer of government control that seems largely interested in controlling technology.

  • Re-Animator

    by Jeff Rovin

    The novelization of the cult horror film, Re-Animator, H.P. Lovecraft’s wildly outrageous tale of grisly horror that has become a modern cult-classic overnight, comes to ebook to haunt, thrill and delight the mad scientist in us all. Herbert West has a serious problem – His testing of his secret life-rejuvenating potion on some cooperative corpses at a local morgue is a success! But only a temporary one – as the dead spring to life, reacting violently to their re-animation.

  • Dracula In Love

    by John Shirley

    The moment Vladimir Horescu saw the letter, he felt an ominous chill. Then, he opened it–and found a note from his unknown father, a note signed by Dracula! A haunting and bizarre Dracula tale mixed with an equally bizarre erotic love story.

  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    This special audiobook edition is narrated brilliantly by horror icon Peter Atkins (HellraiserThe Wishmaster), who reminds us that there are still some very good reasons to be afraid of the dark. This is the novelization based on the classic horror film written and directed by Tom Holland that redefined the genre and birthed a thousand knock-offs. The novelization were written by splatterpunk staples John Skipp and Craig Specter. Music by Justin Vonderach.

  • Doomstalker

    by Gary Brandner

    Marika, a young female member of an intelligent, canine-like race, survives the massacre of her tribe by nomads, only to be captured by the Silth Witches who want to use her psychic powers for their own battles with the nomads.

  • Incubus – The Descent

    by Christian Francis

    “Fans of literary horror will find Incubus: The Descent a worthy, involving read.“
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Horrifying and hysterical. I love this batsh*t book!”
    Mark Miller (Hellraiser : The Toll, Next Testament)

    Throughout history there have always been those who tasked themselves with a mission to vanquish evil. None more so than those who would be seen as monsters themselves. Monsters who accept that the only way to conquer the darkness is to descend to the place where it was born, and meet it head on. Hell is what you make of it, and for Rebecca, Hell is what others have made for her, as her world crumbles into chaos and the fabric of reality tears in two. Even those she loves, hide a demons face…

  • 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.

  • Hamlet II – Ophelia’s Revenge

    by David Bergantino
    Read by A. V. Caris | Cover designed by Miguel Cordova and Evelyna Nazari

    Football star Cameron Dean is genuine campus royalty at Globe University, but his life is more of a nightmare than a dream. Not only was his dad murdered under mysterious circumstances, but Cameron suspects that his mom and aunt may have had something to do with it! Now the only question is: to die or not to die?

  • The Lazarus Condition

    by Paul Kane

    Matthew Daley is an enigma. He’s appeared after seven years – eager to pick up the threads of his life, make contact once more with his loved ones. Something that’s not so easy to do when your family’s last memory is of attending your funeral, and watching as your coffin is lowered into the ground.

  • Everyday Monsters

    by Christian Francis

    “Everyday Monsters is a captivating read that excels in unpredictable twists, strong characterization, and a plot that slowly reveals the real monsters in this world.”
    D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

    “Huge amounts of fun to read.”
    Paul Kane (bestselling and award-winning author of Before, Arcana and Monsters.)

    In the darkness of humanity lies the world of monsters! Everyday Monsters is the first book in an expanded universe, which tells the tale of an undead man, dragged through a prophecy as the world around him falls. What seems as a quick and easy messenger job, quickly descends into a race to change the very fabric of existence. In a world which makes increasingly little sense, he must try to stay alive to bring a new balance to reality.

  • Signs of Life

    by Paul Kane

    How much do the stars tell you about who you are, and about your future? For a group of strangers, the stars will warn them about what this day has in store. The day when their world will turn upside down. No matter who they are – a serial killer, or a small boy – fate will play its part indiscriminately.

  • Sleeper(s)

    by Paul Kane

    The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city and seek out the only person who might be able to help. This chilling reworking of The Andromeda Strain, Inception, Outbreak, and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.

  • Lunar

    by Paul Kane

    It should have been the perfect evening. But for blue collar delivery man Nick Skinner, the romantic time he spent with the love of his life, Dawn, has just turned into his worst nightmare. Waking suddenly, he’s attacked by something feral in his room… and it’s not alone. The clock is frozen at just gone midnight and only certain things work; only some lights, only some vehicles. The city has become a hunting ground for the “loons” – humanoid creatures with claws and completely white eyes, just like the moon above that seems to be influencing them.

     

  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley
    Read by Stephen Paul Dieter | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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 The Cinema

    by Mick Garris
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale, Mick Garris, Steven Weber, Matt Frewer & Miguel Ferrer

    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…

  • Wetbones

    by John Shirley
    Read by Edison McDaniels | Music by Justin Vonderach

    Into a Southern California rife with the machinations of Hollywood, the lure of drugs, and the slick sheen of sex, comes a nameless, ancient evil, a destroyer that completely ravages its victims, body and soul, leaving behind only wet bones. Blending supernatural horror worthy of Lovecraft with a razor-sharp, outlaw street savvy, Shirley presents a visceral, terrifying tale sure to sear the psyche of unwary readers.

  • Truck Stop

    by John Penney
    Read by John Penney | Music by Justin Vonderach

    On a lonely stretch of highway in the Utah mountains, Cedar Mountain Truck Stop awaits the unsuspecting traveler. Over the years, it has been the setting of unspeakable acts of horror that have gone undiscovered. It is the hunting ground for a serial killer who disposes the bodies in the junkyard behind the rambling, rundown complex. But the long dead victims are not going quietly…

  • Floater

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Kyle Walton | Music by Justin Vonderach

    The Insiders Clever Alec, Arrogant Roman, Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. The Outsider Frazier, brainy and awkward, the school geek. But he has a special talent the ability to send his mind on long journeys out of his body. Then one night a prank goes hideously wrong. Twenty years later Alec, Roman and Lindy are summoned back to their hometown an invitation they cannot refuse. It is a high school reunion they will never forget…if any of them lives through it.

  • The Brain Eaters

    by Gary Brandner
    Read by Sean Duregger

    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 Evolutionist

    by Rena Mason
    Read by Carol Schneider

    Las Vegas suburbanite, Stacy Troy, dreams that everyone is dead. She dismembers the bodies of loved ones, stuffs them into a shopping cart, then takes them two at a time to the pile where she will burn their remains and say her last goodbyes.

  • Hellraiser: The Toll

    by Mark Alan Miller
    Narration by Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) | Voices by Mali Elfman, Kasey Lansdale, Peter Atkins, Robert Parigi, Richard Ankles, Christian Francis, Joshua Holland, and Justin Vonderach | Music by Cris Velasco

    Hellraiser: The Toll tells the story of what happened between the iconic works Hellraiser and its literary follow-up, The Scarlet Gospels.

  • Welkin Weasels 4 – Gaslight Geezers

    by Garry Kilworth

    Montagu Sylver – a descendant of the famous outlaw Sylver – is a famous weasel detective, intent on solving mysteries. Can he ferret out the truth when he learns that the anarchist Spindrick plans to blow everyone to smithereens with a fiendish bomb? Or find a lemming prince who vanishes almost as soon as he sets paw on Welkin soil? From rat-controlled sewers, to the fog-shrouded docks and a banner-strewn battlefront in the north, Monty is soon on the trail, aided and abetted by his trusty weasel companions. But time is running out – especially when the corrupt Sheriff Falshed trumps up a charge against Monty and he is suddenly a fugitive from the law… Set in a gloriously witty semi-Victorian world, Gaslight Geezers is a fast and furious animal fantasy tale that begins a new cycle of adventures for the weasels of Welkin.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 2 – Castle Storm

    by Garry Kilworth

    The land of Welkin is in trouble! Not only is it at risk of flood, but now, the rat hordes are on the move, fighting to gain dominance over the other animals. Sylver’s search for the elusive humans – their only hope – leads him and his intrepid band of weasels to an enormous ruined castle, deep in the heart of the bleak flatlands of Darkmoor. Here, he meets Clive of Coldkettle, the leader of the red squirrels, in a state of permanent war with the grey squirrels. Can Sylver succeed in his quest whilst caught in the midst of such a savage conflict?

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 3 – Windjammer Run

    by Garry Kilworth

    Sylver and his band of weasels take to the high seas in search of the humans who mysteriously deserted the land of Welkin many years ago. On their tail is the seasick Sheriff Falshed, commanded by the stoat rulers to stop Sylver at any cost. And if that’s not bad enough, behind them is a ship crammed to the gunwales with bloodthirsty rats, convinced that Sylver is secretly hunting a pirate’s treasure.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 1 – Thunder Oak

    by Garry Kilworth

    Long ago, long before Sylver the weasel was born, the humans all left Welkin. Now life for a weasel – under the heavy paw of the vicious stoat rulers – is pretty miserable (unless you happen to be a weasel who LIKES living in a hovel and toiling all hours for the benefit of the stoats). It’s certainly not enough for Sylver. Or for his small band of outlaws, both jacks and jills. But slingshots and darts can only do so much against heavily-armed stoats and life as an outlaw has a fairly limited future (probably a painful one, too). That’s when Sylver comes up with his plan – a heroic plan that could destroy the stoats’ reign of power for ever. He will find the humans, and bring them back to Welkin! And the first step is to follow up a clue from the past – a clue that lies in a place known as Thunder Oak

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • A Splendid Chaos

    by John Shirley

    Zero is a young film maker who believes his whole life and career are mapped out before him. That is, until the night he and his friends are caught in a dazzling trap that spans worlds. Dropped onto a dreamlike planet whose surrealistic beauty cannot hide its grotesque reality. A world, so stunningly bizarre, nightmares are irrelevant. Here, abductees both human and alien are pitted against a never-ending succession of hellish parasites, carnivores, shape-changers, and symbiotes.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Welkin Weasels 1 – Thunder Oak

    by Garry Kilworth

    Long ago, long before Sylver the weasel was born, the humans all left Welkin. Now life for a weasel – under the heavy paw of the vicious stoat rulers – is pretty miserable (unless you happen to be a weasel who LIKES living in a hovel and toiling all hours for the benefit of the stoats). It’s certainly not enough for Sylver. Or for his small band of outlaws, both jacks and jills. But slingshots and darts can only do so much against heavily-armed stoats and life as an outlaw has a fairly limited future (probably a painful one, too). That’s when Sylver comes up with his plan – a heroic plan that could destroy the stoats’ reign of power for ever. He will find the humans, and bring them back to Welkin! And the first step is to follow up a clue from the past – a clue that lies in a place known as Thunder Oak

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • The Heart of Hell

    by Wayne Barlowe

    Award-winning artist Wayne Barlowe returns to his epic dark fantasy world with this sequel to God’s Demon – where rival demons war for control of the infernal domain. Sargatanas has Ascended and the doomed, anguished souls have found themselves emancipated. Hell has changed…hasn’t it? The demons, wardens of the souls, are free of their inmates.

  • Dr. Adder

    by K.W. Jeter
    Read by Edison McDaniels

    Set in a future where the United States has largely broken down into reluctantly cooperating enclaves run by a wide variety of strongmen and warlords, with a veneer of government control that seems largely interested in controlling technology.

  • Magpie’s Ladder

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Cover by Richard A Kirk | Read by Jake Ruddle

    A researcher’s curiosity draws her to the dream realm of the Darkling Lands. Condemned by his own crime, an engrosser plumbs the labyrinthine depths of his firm’s building to find that he is not alone. A giant searches for his missing brother. A young woman opens a sealed house atop a crumbling bridge. A young academic moves into the house of a dead professor and finds himself trapped in a dark fairy-tale. These are five stories of yearning, curiosity and darkness. They explore the fragile and dangerous correspondence between people and monsters.

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    Read by Doug Bradley

    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.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington
    Cover Art by Michael O

    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.

  • Sleeper(s)

    by Paul Kane

    The sleepy English locality of Middletown is about to get even sleepier, as a strange malady starts to affect the population. It spreads quickly, causing the authorities to quarantine this small city and seek out the only person who might be able to help. This chilling reworking of The Andromeda Strain, Inception, Outbreak, and Quatermass, and is a tale that’s bound to delight genre fans the world over.

  • A Life In The Cinema

    by Mick Garris
    Read by Joe R. Lansdale, Mick Garris, Steven Weber, Matt Frewer & Miguel Ferrer

    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…

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read By Senn Annis | Cover by Richard A Kirk | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • Silverglass

    by J.F. Rivkin

    The life of a sword-for-hire was often uncertain, but for beautiful, sensual Corson brenn Torisk it was the only one worth living. When Corson was hired by the Lady Nyctasia, it seemed that fortune was smiling at last. The Lady was pretty, amusing, and rich, and her reputation for sorcery, she assured her new bodyguard, was greatly exaggerated. For Corson had little liking for magic, and less for magicians. But she had a high regard for her own skin, and when her employer’s enemies proved both numerous and determined, she soon decided a sword was not enough. Any weapon would do, even the Lady’s necromancy…

  • The Lost Machine

    by Richard A. Kirk
    Read by Jake Ruddle | Music by Justin Vonderach

    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.

  • 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.

  • Welkin Weasels 4 – Gaslight Geezers

    by Garry Kilworth

    Montagu Sylver – a descendant of the famous outlaw Sylver – is a famous weasel detective, intent on solving mysteries. Can he ferret out the truth when he learns that the anarchist Spindrick plans to blow everyone to smithereens with a fiendish bomb? Or find a lemming prince who vanishes almost as soon as he sets paw on Welkin soil? From rat-controlled sewers, to the fog-shrouded docks and a banner-strewn battlefront in the north, Monty is soon on the trail, aided and abetted by his trusty weasel companions. But time is running out – especially when the corrupt Sheriff Falshed trumps up a charge against Monty and he is suddenly a fugitive from the law… Set in a gloriously witty semi-Victorian world, Gaslight Geezers is a fast and furious animal fantasy tale that begins a new cycle of adventures for the weasels of Welkin.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • 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!

  • A Splendid Chaos

    by John Shirley

    Zero is a young film maker who believes his whole life and career are mapped out before him. That is, until the night he and his friends are caught in a dazzling trap that spans worlds. Dropped onto a dreamlike planet whose surrealistic beauty cannot hide its grotesque reality. A world, so stunningly bizarre, nightmares are irrelevant. Here, abductees both human and alien are pitted against a never-ending succession of hellish parasites, carnivores, shape-changers, and symbiotes.

  • Welkin Weasels 2 – Castle Storm

    by Garry Kilworth

    The land of Welkin is in trouble! Not only is it at risk of flood, but now, the rat hordes are on the move, fighting to gain dominance over the other animals. Sylver’s search for the elusive humans – their only hope – leads him and his intrepid band of weasels to an enormous ruined castle, deep in the heart of the bleak flatlands of Darkmoor. Here, he meets Clive of Coldkettle, the leader of the red squirrels, in a state of permanent war with the grey squirrels. Can Sylver succeed in his quest whilst caught in the midst of such a savage conflict?

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Welkin Weasels 3 – Windjammer Run

    by Garry Kilworth

    Sylver and his band of weasels take to the high seas in search of the humans who mysteriously deserted the land of Welkin many years ago. On their tail is the seasick Sheriff Falshed, commanded by the stoat rulers to stop Sylver at any cost. And if that’s not bad enough, behind them is a ship crammed to the gunwales with bloodthirsty rats, convinced that Sylver is secretly hunting a pirate’s treasure.

    Cover Art: Wandering Wolf
    Instagram: @wanderingwolfdesign

  • Archangel

    by Garry Kilworth

    It’s 2002, and there’s a demon abroad in London, a soul so corrupt and foul that Satan himself has recruited him from the legions of the dead. Only one entity in Heaven can counter his power – an Archangel, an angel of the highest rank.

  • In Darkness Waiting

    by John Shirley

    With its exploration of the “insect” inside us all, In Darkness Waiting proves more relevant today than ever. A parasitic part of humanity since primitive times, they have been responsible for the worst human atrocities in history. When a psychology experiment goes out of control in remote Jasper, Oregon, the town swarms with Gray Pilots, whose stings bring out the cold-blooded killer in everyone and initiate an orgy of sociopathic slaughter. First published in 1988, the novel has been updated with references to Beirut, Bosnia and Abu Ghraib prison. Shirley works a crafty variation on the smalltown horror novel, making it an effective vehicle for his dark sociological speculations, and shows that his story’s worst horror is its continuing relevance.

  • The Controllers

    by Paul Kane

    One man’s ability to travel in the astral realm leads to a terrifying discovery: powerful beings who manipulate lives and events for their own mysterious ends. It’s his, and our, first encounter with The Controllers, but far from the last. After reading this collection of six tales – two of them brand new – which take you from the past, through the present and into the far future, you’ll understand just how little influence you have over your own destiny.

  • Elemetal Tales

    by Garry Kilworth

    18 short stories were born out of a discussion on themed collections with the Canadian writer Claude Lalumiere. They are diverse in every way except that each one of them has a metal element at its heart. ‘The Maskmaker‘ was the first to be written, a story set in an early Venice and has gold as its theme. There then follows tales of robots made of lead, cyborgs who are addicted to drinking mercury, aliens obsessed with shiny chromium, a nickel coin worth a king’s ransom and many others. The tales end with a false element, Erifium, the metal from which the sword of Saint Michael is fashioned. One he wields against demons in the battle of Armageddon.

  • Of Darkness and Light

    by Paul Kane

    For teenager Lee Masterton, his deepest childhood fears are about to become a reality – because not only will he discover that the things living in the darkness are real, he will also find himself in the middle of a war between them and the forces of light. Set against the normal, everyday backdrop of a council estate, the future of humanity will be decided by the outcome of these events…