Horror

Les Femmes Grotesques

Les Femmes Grotesques

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In each of these stories, the reader is lured into a sinister shadow space, one both familiar and uncanny.Life is strange, beautiful, and terrible in the world of Victoria Dalpe's debut short story collection. Her characters run the gamut from nosy neighbors to boomtown prostitutes, sentient moss to ghouls with a taste for artist's flesh. The stories contain chance encounters with truck stop mystics, haunted reality show renovations, and cat people roaming the western plains. In Dalpe's writing, horror mixes with humor, and the ordinary with the macabre. Les Femmes Grotesques is a unique and lush reading experience. Tragic and transformative--an unabashed exploration of the dark feminine.
Life Among the Savages

Life Among the Savages

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In a hilariously charming domestic memoir, America's celebrated master of terror turns to a different kind of fright: raising children.

In her celebrated fiction, Shirley Jackson explored the darkness lurking beneath the surface of small-town America. But in Life Among the Savages, she takes on the lighter side of small-town life. In this witty and warm memoir of her family's life in rural Vermont, she delightfully exposes a domestic side in cheerful contrast to her quietly terrifying fiction. With a novelist's gift for character, an unfailing maternal instinct, and her signature humor, Jackson turns everyday family experiences into brilliant adventures.

Lone Women: A Novel

Lone Women: A Novel

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NATIONAL BESTSELLER - Blue skies, empty land--and enough wide-open space to hide a horrifying secret. A woman with a past, a mysterious trunk, a town on the edge of nowhere, and an "absorbing, powerful" (BuzzFeed) new vision of the American West, from the award-winning author of The Changeling.

"Propulsive . . . LaValle combines chills with deep insights into our country's divides."--Los Angeles Times

ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF 2023: The New York Times, Time, Oprah Daily, Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Essence, Salon, Vulture, Reader's Digest, The Root, LitHub, Paste, PopSugar, Chicago Review of Books, BookPage, Book Riot, Tordotcom, Crime Reads, Kirkus Reviews

Adelaide Henry carries an enormous steamer trunk with her wherever she goes. It's locked at all times. Because when the trunk opens, people around Adelaide start to disappear.

The year is 1915, and Adelaide is in trouble. Her secret sin killed her parents, forcing her to flee California in a hellfire rush and make her way to Montana as a homesteader. Dragging the trunk with her at every stop, she will become one of the "lone women" taking advantage of the government's offer of free land for those who can tame it--except that Adelaide isn't alone. And the secret she's tried so desperately to lock away might be the only thing that will help her survive the harsh territory.

Crafted by a modern master of magical suspense, Lone Women blends shimmering prose, an unforgettable cast of adventurers who find horror and sisterhood in a brutal landscape, and a portrait of early-twentieth-century America like you've never seen. And at its heart is the gripping story of a woman desperate to bury her past--or redeem it.

LOOKING GLASS SOUND

LOOKING GLASS SOUND

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A USA TODAY BESTSELLER - A Best Book of the Year (Vulture) - A Best Horror Book of the Year (Esquire) - An Indie Next Pick - A LibraryReads Hall of Fame Pick!

The author of The Last House on Needless Street, Catriona Ward, delivers a masterful story about friendship and betrayal, dark obsessions, and the impossibility of escaping your own story. "Here's your next obsession."

(Kelly Link, author of Get In Trouble)

In a cottage overlooking the windswept Maine coast, Wilder Harlow has begun the last book he will ever write.

It is the story about the sun-drenched summer days of his youth in Whistler Bay, and the blood-stained path of the killer that stalked his small vacation town. About the terrible secret he and his companions, Nat and Harper, discovered entombed in the coves off the bay. And how the pact they swore that day echoed down the decades, forever shaping their lives.

But the more Wilder writes, the less he trusts himself and his memory. He starts to see things that can't be real - notes hidden in the cabin, from an old friend now dead; a woman with dark hair drowning in the icy waters below, calling for help; entire chapters he doesn't recall typing, appearing overnight. Who, or what, is haunting Wilder?

No longer able to trust his own eyes, Wilder begins to fear that this will not only be his last book, but the last thing he ever does.

"An origami puzzle of a book, the mystery so beautifully crafted you don't see the folds, with edges sharp as a paper cut."--Lauren Beukes, author of The Shining Girls

Lost  Worlds

Lost Worlds

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Arkham House, 1944. 1st edition; dust jacket protected; head and heel of spine chipped; spine faded; price not clipped; black cloth; binding good; pages 314-315 stained from acidic paper laid in. G/G

Marginalia  (1st  edition)

Marginalia (1st edition)

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Arkham House, 1944. 1st edition; dust jacket protected; spine edge lightly worn; edges lightly toned; black cloth; corners bumped; binding good; text clean. G/G

Memnoch  the  Devil  (The  Vampire  Chronicles)

Memnoch the Devil (The Vampire Chronicles)

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1st edition; dust jacket protected; minimal wear, if any; binding tight; text clean. VG/VG

Merrick:  A  Novel

Merrick: A Novel

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1st trade edition; dust jacket protected; minimal wear, if any; binding tight; text clean. VG/VG

Mind  Parasites

Mind Parasites

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Arkham House, 1967. 1st U.S. edition; originally published in England. Dust jacket protected; black cloth; binding tight; text clean. G+/G

Mountain  King
Mountain  King

Mountain King

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CD Publications, 1996. Special signed edition limited to 500 copies, this is number 115. Black cloth slipcase; dust jacket pristine; black cloth; binding tight; text clean and bright. VG/VG