The Night Bazaar
edited by Lenore Hart
“Appealing to those who like their fantasy served with a side of psychological horror, this anthology is sure to entertain.” — Publisher’s Weekly
Various mentions of a Night Bazaar appear in obscure and controversial texts from around the world. A forbidden market which opens at midnight, closes before sunrise, and appears for one week . . . but never in the same venue each night, and never again in the same city. There’s just one catch: To find it, you must be Invited.
Tonight the Bazaar opens in a parking garage in Manhattan. A subterranean fair of antique costumes, alchemical treatments, magical dentistry, palmistry, Tarot and tea leaf-reading, and water-, glass-, and crystal-gazing, oddities and objets d’art, medical curiosities and strange instruments, erotic favors, time travel, and body alterations. The narrow aisles throng with jongleurs, freaks, charlatans, mountebanks, faeries, prostitutes, and acrobats. The scents of opium, perfume, tobacco, greasepaint, incense, plastic explosive, alcohol, and sex permeate the air. But each object or service comes with a gift, a curse, or a haunting.
Ah! It seems you have already spotted something you desire. But don’t head off that way, not just yet. You have all night…but not a moment more. . .
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by Elizabeth Graves
“[this] Florida native breathes life into all her characters – dead or alive.” — St. Augustine Record
Lucy Fowler plans to spend winter break on an island off the coast of Florida, to finish writing her thesis. She needs one last interview with an elderly midwife. Lucy almost cancels the trip after she’s brutally assaulted on campus. But in the end she goes, hoping work will be therapeutic.
On remote, isolated Ibo Key, Lucy learns midwife Esther Day is now confined to a psychiatric ward. She also learns there was once a thriving black community on the island. Its residents all vanished one night long ago. And an odd little man tells Lucy that every man, woman, and child on the island will soon die.
To escape she must face her own connection to both the victims and perpetrators of a long-ago massacre . . . a crime so monstrous it invites the arrival of an evil old as time.
Devil’s Key was originally published by Egmont Boker, Oslo, in 1999 as Svart Frikt. This newly revised edition is the first in the English language.
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by Elizabeth Graves
“A maelstrom of black magic, conjuring and suspense.” — Page Edwards, author of American Girl
“One of those ‘can’t stop reading’ types of books…This novel will remain in your memory for a long time.” — Patrick D. Smith, author of Forever Island
According to the tourist ads, Florida is beaches and theme parks and shopping malls. But if you leave the interstate behind, a bit of Old Florida survives. In palmetto scrub and pine woods, beneath dark, fast-flowing rivers, hidden in long-suppressed family secrets, kept alive by tradition and superstition … and something even more sinister.
After Kay Abbott’s husband dies in Miami, she wants to start over. So she packs up and takes her daughter to live in a house inherited from his family, in a small town in the rural Panhandle. But Kay hasn’t really left her problems behind. Just inherited new ones: an old house with things to hide, a creepy, lecherous realtor, a wandering little girl, a local witch, and a husband who simply won’t stay buried.
In Abaton the past is only prologue — and the dead haven’t gone away at all.
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The Blackmoor Tales
by Carol MacAllister
“There are so many shades of darkness here that there’s something to quicken every pulse and send a shiver up every spine.” — Jonathan Maberry, NYT Bestselling autor of Fire & Ash and Extinction Machine.
In Blackmoor, time runs differently. Each period spirals and intertwines with the next. Hideous beings from times forgotten and places unnamed slip across dimensions to hunt among the living, stealing innocence and culling blood for insatiable appetites. Prayers and candles, fortitude and cunning, heavy latched doors and shuttered panels offer no protection.Eleven dark tales of fantasy and horror draw the town of Blackmoor before the reader’s eyes. These shivery tales range from short fiction to novella-length, with transitions in dark poetic verse between the stories. The characters range from Lovecraftian creatures that stalk man in remote swamps, to flesh-eating monsters roaming the countryside.
Remember the old Celtic warning: From goulies and ghosties and long-leggedy beasties, and things that go bump in the night, Good Lord, deliver us!
Ebook Edition, $4.99 U.S. ISBN 2940148713449
by John Koloski
If Richard Matheson and H. P. Lovecraft had ever collaborated on a modern horror novel, they might have produced one like this:
Driving through the night at 95 miles an hour, 32-year-old artist Adam Morrow has a lot to live for. Yve, a gorgeous girlfriend who loves him; a powerful sports car; and Patrick, a buddy who kills for him without question or hesitation, in the back seat.
But every blessing hides a curse. The Corvette is stolen. Adam is blind. A crash years ago killed his fiancée, Leiko Hunter. The crash was caused by empathic vampires, who wanted him dead.
Beautifully crafted and spellbindingly tense from beginning to end, EMPYRES BLOODBLIND marks the debut of a stunning talent in fantastic horror. Voted the Best Paranormal Book by Paranormal Cravings!
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