Prior to the best-selling Necroscope series, Brian Lumley built his reputation by writing stories set against H. P. Lovecraft’s cosmic Cthulhu Mythos backdrop. These dark and frightening tales appeared worldwide in some of the most prestigious genre magazines, and this volume contains some of the very best of Brian Lumley's works. Collected together, it confirms his place as a master... [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]
A dark Southern Gothic vision of ghosts, witchcraft, secret powers, snake-handling, kudzu, Melungeons, and the Great Depression.
Michael Gibson has returned to the quiet home of his forebears and now takes care of his grandmother Sadie – old and sickly, but with an important story to tell about growing up poor and Melungeon (a mixed race group of mysterious origins) in the 1930s, while bedeviled... [click here for more]
Harry Keogh makes his long-awaited return as the Necroscope in this collection of novellas and short stories.
Set during the fan-favourite Lost Years era of Keogh’s career, these tales see the Necroscope do battle with horrors both real and imagined, eternal and ethereal.
In For The Dead Travel Slowly Harry Keogh’s encounter with an old school friend leads to a fight for his... [click here for more]