"Horror fiction shows us that the control we believe we have is purely illusory, and that every moment we teeter on chaos and oblivion." - Clive Barker, Absolute Midnight

"It's like why people read scary books or go see scary movies. Because it creates a distance. They're scared, but they're not going to get hurt." -Vincent D’Onofrio, actor

We all enjoy a good scare. And horror stories that raise the goosebumps on your arms and make the hair stand up on the back of your neck are exciting to read. Here you will find novels and short story collections featuring vampires, bigfoots, and monsters of all sizes, shapes, and degrees of scariness. Featuring both classic thrillers and original novels, we bring you the things that go bump in the night.
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Ravens Hollow: Wolf MoonRavens Hollow: Wolf Moon
by Bill Craig $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Dan Croft and his wife Julie, decide to leave New York City after Julie gets attacked by a mugger. They settle in Ravens Hollow, in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia. Something evil is awakening. Old Hattie Franklin could sense death on the wind. Sheriff Jake Calloway was determined not to give in . . .Buy and/or Read More

The Empty HouseThe Empty House - And Other Ghost Stories (Illustrated)
by Algernon Blackwood, $1.99 ebook, $9.95 paperback
Algernon Blackwood raises goosebumps on your arm without resorting to dripping blood, claws, or gnashing teeth of a physical monster. Here are ten of his finest stories, a collection to read by flashlight (or e-reader glow) under the covers late at night. This is the illustrated edition. Buy and/or Read More

Bugsy’s Ghost Terrorizes VegasBugsy’s Ghost Terrorizes Vegas and other tabloid tales
by Gary Alexander, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Here are 17 entertaining tales from Gary Alexander with themes you might think were ripped from the pages of the Weekly International Tattler
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by Kelley Connor, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Cory Fall was a child model, sought after for her teal-colored eyes and infectious smile. At age eight her world imploded. She stopped speaking, stopped trying, and let everyone else make decisions for her. Cory begins to speak for herself and soon learns she has a supernatural gift . . . Buy and/or Read More >>>

BirdwomanBirdwoman: Memoirs of a Lovesick Siren
by Anne Carlisle, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
The paranormal and modern love are brewed together in this romantic coming-of-age saga about a 23-year-old siren-in-human-form. Destiny Dragoman (the word "dragoman" means interpreter or guide) possesses the gift of eidetic memory, mindreading, and musical genius Buy and/or Read More >>>

EbolaEbola, a novel
by Dale Dapkins, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
EBOLA is a fast paced, medical fact-based vision of the deadly virus narrated by popular fictional sleuth, Golden Blackmon. EBOLA, a novel is written in the rare genre of immediate historical fiction Buy and/or Read More >>>

Mary Shelley's Forbidden Dreams Mary Shelley's Forbidden Dreams (Illustrated Edition),
edited by Hollis George, ebook $3.99, paperback $14.95
You probably know about Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley writing Frankenstein following a night of ghost stories in a seaside mansion in Switzerland. But did you know she wrote a number of other dream-like novels, short stories, and plays.
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by William R. Burkett,Jr. $3.99
Up in the Pacific Northwest, folks whisper about big hairy human-like creatures they call skooks. Others might refer to them as sasquatch, or Big Foot. A down-on-his-luck ex-newspaperman lives not far from the Gorge where strange sightings take place. Buy and/or Read More >>>

The Lair of the White WormThe Lair of the White Worm and other terrifying stories (Illustrated),
by Bram Stoker, $2.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
The author of Dracula retells the legend of the Lambton Worm, an ancient serpent-like monster that survived into the 19th Century. A horror classic, illustrated with more than three dozen photographs for the first time.
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The Book of WereWolvesThe Book of Were-Wolves
being an account of a terrible superstition (Illustrated)

by Sabine Baring-Gould. $2.99
Ever heard a growl in the dark? A stray dog, you think. After all, there is no such thing as a werewolf. That’s just an old superstition … right?
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Short ChangedShort Changed
by H.L. Osterman $3.99
Be afraid, very afraid. A screenwriter living in the Hamptons (Hollywood East) with his movie star wife meets up with an obsessive little man who becomes a stalker. Justin was used to obsessive fans, but this guy Robert Bagoné might just be a dangerous Buy and/or Read More >>>

The Pea-Green Boat The Pea-Green Boat and other unsettling stories
by William R. Burkett, Jr. $3.99
Ever read a story that made the hairs on your arms stand up? Well, get ready for a few unexpected chills as you read this new collection of short stories from the pen of William R. Burkett, Jr. Each of these stories are slightly off-center, just enough to be . . . unsettling. Buy and/or Read More >>>

Without Fangs Bram Stoker, Without Fangs, Book One, (Illustrated),
edited by Hollis George, $2.99
Bram Stoker is the author of Dracula, but he also wrote a number of novels and short stories that had nothing to do with vampires. We've collected some of his lesser-known works in this new series and they’re all richly illustrated.
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Dracula’s Guest And Other Visitors (Illustrated) Dracula’s Guest And Other Visitors (Illustrated),
by Bram Stoker, $1.99
Here’s the missing chapter from Dracula, plus eight other little-known short stories from the master of horror. Also included is a rare interview with Bram Stoker. And you get a Bonus Story by Bram Stoker not found in other such collections.
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