• Melanie Conway is a pale and lovely violinist who has strange visions of death. When she collapses during a concert her boyfriend Bodie is on hand to hear her fearful pronouncements of  disaster. Penelope Conway is even more stunning than her sister but her looks get her into trouble. Although she takes herself seriously as a writer, men seem only impressed by her beauty. The last thing she needs is a series of obscene phone calls. Captivated by the two alluring sisters, Bodie is drawn deep into a mystery that's fired by sex and haunted by blood.

  • Good evening...Don't be fooled by the vintage - those old psycho-thriller writers are the scariest of them all.   In this volume of stories Hitchcock was not allowed to do on TV: Being A Murderer Myself, Arthur Williams; Lukundoo, Edward Lucas White; A Woman Seldom Found, William Sansom; The Perfectionist, Margaret St. Clair; The Price Of The Head, John Russell; Love Comes To Miss Lucy, Q. Patrick; Sredni Vashtar, Saki (H.H. Munro); Love Lies Bleeding, Philip MacDonald; The Dancing Partner, Jerome K. Jerome; Casting The Runes, M.R. James; The Voice In The Night, William Hope Hodgson;  How Love Came to Professor Guildea, Robert S. Hichens; The Moment of Decision, Stanley Ellin; A Jungle Graduate, James Francis Dwyer; Recipe For Murder, C.P. Donnel; Nunc Dimittis, Roald Dahl; The Most Dangerous Game, Richard Connell; The Lady On The Grey, John Collier; The Waxwork, A.M. Burrage; The Dumb Wife, Thomas Burke; Couching At The Door, D.K. Broster; The October Game, Ray Bradbury; Water's Edge, Robert Bloch; The Jokester, Robert Arthur; The Abyss, Leonid Andreyev. Cover art by S.R. Boldero.
  • Something is happening to the children of Eastbury. Something that causes healthy babies to turn cold in their cribs - and strikes at the heart of every parent's darkest fears. Something is taking the children one by one. An entire town waits on the edge of panic.  There must be a reason...
  • Amara, Princess of Egypt, the once beautiful wife of Mentuhotep I, lies in her coffin in the Charles Ward museum.  She has been dead for 4000 years - or has she? Barney, the nightwatchman, is the first to discover that the mummy's coffin has been broken into.  It seems thieves are at work.  But Barney won't be able to tell the police how the mummy came to be missing. The dead can't testify to anything. Amara is free and nothing can kill her - for she is already dead...

  • A century ago, Dracula joined forces with Sherlock Holmes in a pact of blood and honour.  Then he was faced with a merely human malice - this time there is evil enough to make a vampire shudder! Cover art by Robert Andragna.
  • Out of the darkest pages of history comes a black shadow to threaten the present. On a remote uninhabited island an ancient stone monument to evil is mysteriously rebuilding itself. Creatures from your worst nightmares attack the small team investigating the island. It is as if the gates of hell have been opened. It is - an outbreak of darkness. Cover art by Philip Cornell.

  • 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.
  • Mike Noonan, best selling author, faces the tragedy of his wife's sudden death.  He suffers from writer's block and cannot face the blank screen of his computer without being shaken with panic and nausea.  Then the nightmares start - nightmares of their beautiful lakeside retreat, Sarah Laughs.  Yet Mike is drawn there and to his old typewriter, feeling the urge to write again.  But the town has changed, caught in the grip of tyrannical millionaire Max Devore.  Devore is determined to get custody of three-year-old Kyra, his late son's child and is twisting the town to this end. When Kyra and her young mother appeal to Mike for help, he is powerless to resist.  But there are more sinister forces than Devore around - forces determined to stand in the way...Cover art by Larry Rostant.  
  • "They kept monsters." That's what Tom overheard in the bar one night,  Then he heard more things that could finally lead him to the truth about his son's death ten years earlier.  The army  said it was a training accident - but why had the coffin they sent home been sealed?  So on a dark night in a  deserted field, Tom begins to unearth the mass grave where he hopes - and fears - to find his son's remains.  Instead he finds madness - corpses in chains, dead bodies that still move and clutch and grasp.  And one little girl, dead and rotting, who promises to help Tom find what he's really looking for - if only he will free her...