From Cherie Priest, author of the enormously successful Boneshaker, The Family Plot is a haunted house story for the ages--atmospheric, scary, and strange, with a modern gothic sensibility that's every bit as fresh as it is frightening.
"First rule. Never open your story with a corpse. It's a clich . If you do it to be ironic, I'll throw your manuscript in your face."
"Banks's debut marks the start of a promising urban fantasy series, something like Ghostbusters with a British accent." - Publisher's Weekly
Emily was a selfish, willful, hateful child who died before her thirteenth birthday. But that was a long time ago.
Yangsze Choo's stunning debut, The Ghost Bride, is a startlingly original novel infused with Chinese folklore, romantic intrigue, and unexpected supernatural twists.
From the New York Times bestselling author of The Stolen Child comes a "classically hypnotic horror story" (Time Out New York) about a young boy trapped inside his own world, whose drawings blur the lines between fantasy and reality.
The basis for Joseph L. Mankiewicz's cinematic romance starring Gene Tierney and Rex Harrison.
"The Brothers Cabal is smart, funny, and dark in all the right places. Imagine Mycroft and Sherlock-if one were a polite vampire and the other were a surly necromancer-up against an army of monsters and magicians. Like Pratchett and Fforde, Jonathan L. Howard puts it all together and makes it look effortless."
-Christopher Farnsworth, author of Blood Oath
Some deaths live on forever
For as long as it has stood overlooking New England's jagged coastline, Lexington House has been the witness to madnessand murder. But in recent years the inexplicable malice that once tormented so many has lain as silent as its victims. Until now
The classic ghost story from the author of The Mist in the Mirror a chilling tale about a menacing spectre haunting a small English town. Now a major motion picture starring Daniel Radcliffe.
The New York Times bestseller by the author of The Bone Clocks and Cloud Atlas - Named One of the Best Books of the Year by San Francisco Chronicle, NPR, Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph, National Post, BookPage, and Kirkus ReviewsKeep your eyes peeled for a small black iron door.