Horror

Have You Seen Me? by Alexandrea Weis

By Tim O’Mara As Alexandrea Weis’s HAVE YOU SEEN ME? begins, Waverly Prep’s Lindsey Gillett is missing. And she’s not the first girl at the exclusive school to vanish without a trace.…

A Flood of Posies by Tiffany Meuret

Sisters Doris and Thea exist worlds apart, despite living within a few miles of one another. Doris with her regular home and regular husband and regular job, and Thea slinking along the…

His Own Devices by Douglas Wynne

While her husband is deployed in Afghanistan, Jessica Ritter finds herself navigating the pitfalls of parenting on her own. That includes moderating her ten-year-old son’s screen time—an obsession that hits a fever…

Your Turn to Suffer by Tim Waggoner

Lorelei Palumbo is harassed by a sinister group calling themselves The Cabal. They accuse her of having committed unspeakable crimes in the past, and now she must pay. The Cabal begins taking…

Creature Feature: A Horrid Comedy by Steven Paul Leiva

It is 1962. Kathy Anderson, a serious actress who took her training at the Actors Studio in New York, is stuck playing Vivacia, the Vampire Woman on Vivacia’s House of Horrors for…

Neptune’s Reckoning by Robert J. Stava

At the easternmost end of Long Island lies a seaside town known as Montauk. Ground Zero on the Eastern Seaboard for all manner of conspiracy theories involving its hidden Cold War military…

Mutation by Michael McBride

IT LIVES. In a research hangar in Virginia, a Unit 51 team studies an ancient but long-dormant virus that can transform human physiology—and turn it into something else… IT MUTATES. In the…

The Forever House by Tim Waggoner 

By J. H. Bográn Tim Waggoner is no stranger to horror, and his latest novel, THE FOREVER HOUSE, is a worthy addition to the genre. Meet the Eldreds, a sinister family that…

Stalk Kill Howl by A. J. Davidson

By George Ebey AJ Davidson brings us a tale of horror in his latest book, STALK KILL HOWL. Northern Ireland, 1981. Having survived the bloodiest years of the Troubles during the ’70s,…

Scavenger Hunt by Michaelbrent Collings

By Azam Gill MichaelBrent Collings is the internationally bestselling author of didactic horror, western romance, a Bram Stoker finalist and produced screenwriter. SCAVENGER HUNT is his latest thriller in a distinguished pedigree…

Barlow by Richard Rowland Billingsley 

By ITW Staff Richard Rowland Billingsley is a “weirdo who lives in Fayetteville, Arkansas”—but on a more serious note, he’s the author of several short stories and novellas, including his latest, BARLOW,…

The Brink by James S. Murray and Darren Wearmouth

By April Snellings When James S. Murray first tried to sell his debut novel, his experience was one that’s painfully familiar to many new writers. Murray spent a year completing his manuscript—a…

Part-time Zombie by Gerald Dean Rice 

When Alice develops a hunger for human flesh she unwittingly unleashes an ancient evil only she can stop. As Detective Lazarus races to get to the bottom of these horrid crimes he…

Terminal by Michaelbrent Collings

By Azam Gill Internationally bestselling author, multiple Bram Stoker Award finalist, and produced screenwriter Michaelbrent Collings’ latest thriller is set to receive the critical acclaim his last novel, Predators, inspired: “Parts of…

Skudakumooch by Russ Meidinger

Do not call a devil, for he might appear. Two determined bowhunters, lured by what they believe is a magnificent trophy book elk, search a remote and forgotten corner of the Canadian…

The Luminous Dead by Caitlin Starling

By George Ebey Caitlin Starling brings us an unsettling tale of terror with her much-lauded debut novel, THE LUMINOUS DEAD. Gyre Price lies her way onto a solo caving expedition on a…

The Playing Card Killer by Russell James

By George Ebey Author Russell James brings us a new tale of terror in his latest book, THE PLAYING CARD KILLER. Brian Sheridan is plagued by dreams of murder—women strangled with a…

Far From Home (Home Series Book Two) by C. Derick Miller

A Curse Beyond Comprehension… A Power Beyond Belief… A Girl Far From Home… Katie Liberman is your typical 18-year-old college student…or at least that’s what her family thinks. Picking up five years…

Predators by Michaelbrent Collings

By George Ebey Michaelbrent Collings sends chills our way in his latest horror novel, PREDATORS. Evie Childs hoped the all-expense-paid trip to Africa would give her a chance at adventure. Maybe it…

A World of Horror by Eric J. Guignard

Every nation of the globe has unique tales to tell, whispers that settle in through the land, creatures or superstitions that enliven the night, but rarely do readers get to experience such…

Alice Isn’t Dead by Joseph Fink

Keisha Taylor lived a quiet life with her wife, Alice, until the day that Alice disappeared. After months of searching, presuming she was dead, Keisha held a funeral, mourned, and gradually tried…

The Nightmarchers by J. Lincoln Fenn

In 1939, on a remote Pacific island, botanical researcher Irene Greer plunges off a waterfall to her death, convinced the spirits of her dead husband and daughter had joined the nightmarchers–ghosts of…

Husk by Dave Zeltserman

Charlie is a Husker on the prowl in the New Hampshire wilderness when he falls in love with one of them: a girl named Jill. Loving Jill means leaving the Husk clan,…

The Garden of Blue Roses by Michael Barsa

A car lies at the bottom of an icy ravine. Slumped over the steering wheel, dead, is the most critically acclaimed horror writer of his time. Was it an accident? His son…

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