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  • MaryAnne Carpenter, newly separated and raising her two children, receives the news that her friends the Wilkersons have died suddenly and their only child - MaryAnne's god child - is orphaned. Was it a chance, tragic mishap that took their lives? Or was it murder? Joey Wilkerson is a sad, silent adolescent harbouring secrets that are nightmarish beyond MaryAnne's imaginings and as early winter closes in on the Wilkersons'  beautiful, lonely ranch, Joey's sly secretiveness and volatile temper begin to fill MaryAnne with fear. Soon a series of horrific murders draw ever closer to the family, killings that defy solution by a desperate police force and MaryAnne begins to know the true meaning of terror. Cover art by Danilo Ducek.

  • After a bizarre and disturbing incident at the funeral of matriarch Marian Savage, the McCray and Savage families look forward to a restful and relaxing summer at Beldame, on Alabama's Gulf Coast, where three Victorian houses loom over the shimmering beach. Two of the houses are habitable, while the third is slowly and mysteriously being buried beneath an enormous dune of blindingly white sand. But though long uninhabited, the third house is not empty. Inside, something deadly lies in wait. Something that has terrified Dauphin Savage and Luker McCray since they were boys and which still haunts their nightmares. Something horrific that may be responsible for several terrible and unexplained deaths years earlier - and is now ready to kill again... From the screenwriter of Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas.
  • Graham Harris is a gifted clairvoyant and during a late night television interviews, he 'sees' a murder being committed. He knows that the killer is the man police have named The Butcher - the brutal slayer of nine young women. Learning of the psychic 'identification', the Butcher now stalks the 'witness', trapping Harris and his girlfriend, in the dead of night, in  a forty two storey business building, hunting them relentlessly from floor to floor....Cover art by Graham Potts.
  • A woman is ravished - and unto her a child is born, unleashing an unspeakable evil upon the world.  He is named Baal and he will lead the reader through the uttermost depths of evil, into a nightmare world of bloodlust and violence that would freeze the heart.
  • Haunted by bizarre dreams, Sabra Narman thought she might lose her sanity, her marriage, even her life.  Desperate for a cure, the Narmans leave their hectic city life to make a new start in a peaceful country town.  But an insidious evil was trapped there, waiting for release, craving the souls of innocent victims.  When Sabra's children accidentally free the evil, Sabra alone has the power to save them - if she can face the very visions that had threatened to destroy her.
  • Dr Ezawa had discovered how to create the zombies of Louisiana Bayou legend - the injection of corpses with the soil of old slave graveyards.  They eyes of the awakened dead blazed green with strange visions and superhuman abilities.  But when one escapes, unwilling to be a guinea pig and begins to test his growing powers on the superstitious Cajun swamp dwellers, another terrifying world begins to unfold before his green eyes.... Cover art by Gino D'Achille.
  • An old man is possessed and tormented by an evil spirit...the ghost of a little girl returns to terrorise her isolated home...a house in the leafy suburbs becomes a place of worship for followers of the black arts..crew members begin to die on a space station when a cryogenics experiment goes horribly wrong...and a corpse is grotesquely brought back to life in the name of science.  All these incidents are linked to Matthew Kindling: an ex-priest fighting for his sanity and his life, relentlessly pursued by Darkness and propelled towards a confrontation with an evil beyond human imagination.  Cover art by Gregory Bridges.
  • In a cafe in modern day Paris, in the aftermath of a fresh Kill, the fearless, beautiful Pandora begins her tale of treachery, vengeance and love that crosses two millennia.  As a young mortal in Imperial Rome in the time of Augustus, Pandora was introduced to the blood-cult of Isis.  Later, in exile in Antioch, she was drawn further into the ancient dark rites.  Now, Pandora decides  to return once more to New Orleans to find the love of her early life, Marius, and to see the Vampire Lestat.
  • Martie Rhodes, happily married, successful video game designer, is a compassionate friend to agoraphobic Susan, who she accompanies to therapy each week. The experience, though grim, has been a bond between the two women. Then Martie experiences an irrational fear of her own. She feels a brief, disquieting fear of - her shadow. There is something twisted in it, something not right. Other anxiety attacks ensure until Martie finds she is the victim of the rarest of all phobias known: autophobia, fear of oneself. Martie's life changes radically and her future looks dark.  Her husband Dusty loves her and is desperate to understand the nature and cause of her autophobia. But as Dusty comes closer to the terrible truth, he begins to exhibit symptoms of a psychological disorder, even more unusual and terrible than that which afflicts Martie.