“One House, Five Hauntings, Five Chilling Stories” is the tagline for this anthology of five novellas, each one set in the same nefarious house – Irongrove Lodge
Dennis Beaumont returns home to London after the Great War ends, lost in a haze of memories and trauma, haunted by his attempt to save a wounded soldier in the fields of France.
The surviving members of a ’70s acid-folk band relive their strange days at Wylding Hall for a modern-day documentary, retelling the strange disappearance of their lead singer.
Vampire detective Trevor Lawson heads north to Perdition, seeking a wealthy man’s son who took up with a band of outlaws. But the vampiric Dark Society is ever on his heels…
Vampire detective Trevor Lawson, fighting against his supernatural affliction, accepts a job to find a woman abducted by vampires in the Louisiana bayou.
A collection of twenty stories dealing with the monstrous. Stories by Peter Straub, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Jeffrey Ford, Gardner Dozois, Adam Nevill, Brian Hodge, Stephen Graham Jones, and others.
“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.”
A collection of Lansdale’s short fiction, collecting eight stories of horror, mystery, adventure, zombies, mule racing, and unnatural steam shovel lust.
A collection of 16 stories by Mildred Clingerman, from the pages of F&SF—a combination of fantasy, horror, and science fiction, often in a domestic setting.
Fritz Leiber’s World Fantasy Award-winning take on the lurking, eldritch horror popularized by H.P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith. Set in San Francisco, it deals with madness and horrors breeding in the cities of modern man.
Fritz Leiber’s classic dark fantasy, a tale of supernatural powers handled by a housewife. A great horror novel; even though it’s a bit dated and showing its age, it has an amazing mood, with horror lurking just a few chapters away.