House of Fear: An Anthology of Haunted House Stories The tread on the landing outside the door, when you know you are the only one in the house. The wind whistling through the eves, carrying the voices of the dead. The figure glimpsed briefly through the cracked window of a derelict house. Editor Jonathan Oliver brings horror home with a collection of haunted house stories by some of the finest writers... [click here for more]
Victor Frankenstein is the first to unlock the key to life, but not the last. Over two centuries of relentless advancement, five more minds find the secret, and five more creatures are made.
Five more stories end in tragedy.
From the stinking streets of 1850s London to the sun-drenched hysteria of a modern cruise liner, amidst passion, jealousy, art, obsession, desperation and war, Creatures is... [click here for more]
And still the Night Clock ticks...
Phil Trevena’s boss is an idiot, his daughter is running wild, and his patients are killing themselves. There is something terrible growing in Phil that even his years as a mental health worker can’t explain - until he meets the enigmatic Daniel, and learns of the war for the minds of humanity that rages in Dark Time, the space between reality and nightmares... [click here for more]
The Night Clock is Running Down. The Autoscopes are Coming.
It has been seven years since the devil-in-dreams was banished to the mysterious Quays. But the Autoscopes are gathering once again, firing their unholy devices and priming the Toyceivers for war.
Mental health nurse Phil Trevana has almost forgotten the strange events of his training. But time means nothing to those who walk in dreams;... [click here for more]
ON THE ROAD TO NOWHERE Each step leads you closer to your destination, but who, or what, can you expect to meet along the way? Here are stories of misfits, spectral hitch-hikers, nightmare travel tales and the rogues, freaks and monsters to be found on the road. The critically acclaimed editor of Magic, The End of The Line and House of Fear has brought together the contemporary masters and mistresses... [click here for more]