Early Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos by the Author of Psycho“H.P. Lovecraft — like his creation, Cthulhu — never truly died. He and his influence live on, in the work of so many of us who were his friends and acolytes. Today we have reason for rejoycing in the widespread revival of his canon. . . . If a volume such as this has any justification for its existence, it’s... [click here for more]
The fabric of reality is cracking. Fissures appear in thin air, glowing with balefire. Something is scratching on the other side, pressing, beginning to break through….
The Wyrm’s corruption finds its way into the hearts of humans and Garou alike. Even an ultra-rational techno-cratic scientist can fall sway to its lies. Channeling his... [click here for more]
For Joe Cooper, Hell's only professional necromancer on earth, business is about to get even worse. When his dead father calls him long-distance and warns him of the coming storm, he knows he is facing trouble of the worst kind. And then his employer comes knocking…
Necromancer is a stand-alone prequel to the PC-game Johnny Graves -The Unchosen One and the first novel set in the Agents of... [click here for more]
Max is a writer with a deadline, but in the wake of a close friend's suicide, the stages of grief take on a supernatural turn for the worst.
In the midst of a heavy and prolonged monsoon season, in his lonely apartment complex of "usually sunny" Phoenix, Arizona, the clouds roll in with more than the darkness and rain.
In this surreal tale of magic, love and horror by Fabien F. Badilla... [click here for more]
It stalks, it strikes, but it doesn't always ... kill ...
Chief Debren has one dead militiaman and one badly injured militiaman. The injured man remembers nothing of the attack. Shock? Probably. He appears to be recovering well. Too well, perhaps. Chief Debren decides to keep the man close but the fellow slips away, and that night, Maisie Kaddish goes missing ... ... [click here for more]
From out of the Yehr ...
Hurruk was going to die; the bones had told him so. But was there a way to ... er ... transcend death?
If Hurruk did manage to survive his execution then he'd gugu-well go find out what Hrawr was up to, and maybe drop a steamer into his plans ... ... [click here for more]
The monsters are coming to Mellow Ballok!
Fifteen years ago Mellow Ballok begged the king to come to their little town to destroy their witch; he did. For fifteen years, the townsfolk dutifully kept her grave-mound salted. Execution and salt should have been enough.
Enough to keep the valefolk ... safe.
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