The prequel to Dracula, inspired by notes and texts left behind by the author of the classic novel, Dracul is a supernatural thriller that reveals not only Dracula’s true origins but Bram Stoker’s—and the tale of the enigmatic woman who connects them.
“One of the most pleasurable and satisfying new books I've read in a long time.
Two centuries after the Salem witch trials, there's still one witch left in Massachusetts.
“Masterful…scary and smart, working as a horror story but also a philosophical inquiry into the nature of will and love. Perry did as much in her richly praised novel The Essex Serpent, but this is a deeper, more complex novel and more rewarding.” —Washington Post
From Catriona McPherson, the Agatha-Award winning author of Quiet Neighbors, comes a clever, spine-tingling standalone Gothic thriller.
“From the brilliant first line to the shattering conclusion, The Winters will draw you in and leave you breathless. . . . A must read.” —Liv Constantine, author of The Last Mrs. Parrish
The greatest haunted house story ever written, the inspiration for a 10-part Netflix series directed by Mike Flanagan and starring Michiel Huisman, Carla Gugino, and Timothy Hutton, and a great holiday gift
The chilling and tragic tale of Victor Frankenstein and the tortured creature he brings to life, Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, remains one of the most widely read Gothic novels of our time. Celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2018, Frankenstein is now available in a limited Olive Edition from HarperPerennial.
"A gothic masterpiece."--Better Read Than Dead
The ghosts of the past come calling in a spellbinding heart-stopper from the "Queen of the Northern Gothic."
Twenty-six terrifying tales set on the scariest night of the year
Treat yourself to some very tricky stories Halloween . . . All Hallows' Eve . . . Samhain . . . D a de los Muertos . . . the Day the Dead Come Back . . .
In this dark, atmospheric sequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's timeless classic, the strange case continues with the return of Dr. Jekyll . . .
Seven years after the death of Edward Hyde, a stylish gentleman shows up in foggy London claiming to be Dr. Henry Jekyll. Only Mr. Utterson, Jekyll's faithful lawyer and confidant, knows that he must be an impostor--because Jekyll was Hyde.