The first of Clive Barker’s six-volume horror anthology series, the book that kickstarted his career: six unnerving stories of horror and blood.
A return to Hutchison’s balkanized Europe, a near-future police procedural that follows two narratives that converge at an alternate universe.
Rudi, an Estonian chef working in Poland, must navigate a balkanized Europe fractured into hundreds of polities, in a novel that reads like the love-child of le Carré and Kafka.
“That country where it is always turning late in the year. That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist; where noons go quickly, dusks and twilights linger, and midnights stay.”
An atmospheric Southern Gothic following the cursed Bradwin line, an aristocratic clan whose fortunes (and destruction) was built on the blood and bodies of Africa.
A young English family inherit a Welsh cottage under the prevision they care for the deceased’s pet cormorant—a savage and wild bird with an preternatural presence…
The latest volume in the Dark Screams series, featuring stories by Mick Garris, Bentley Little, J. Kenner, Del James, and Kealan Patrick Burke.
I’ve always been fascinated by how non-English writers have approached SF. The French have a huge body of SF work …
The greatest secret of America’s intelligence agencies is SENTINEL: a computer intelligence, a thinking intelligence, far advanced and in control of American intelligence …
A collection of Lansdale’s short fiction, collecting eight stories of horror, mystery, adventure, zombies, mule racing, and unnatural steam shovel lust.
A plague threatens to doom all of humanity, but a cure may lie on the planet Grass—a world of boundless prairie ruled by elitist aristocrats and their demonic mounts.