Enter a world of smoldering shifters in this scintillating anthology headlined by New York Times bestselling authors Eve Langlais and Milly Taiden with brand-new, never published novellas
Bearing His Sin
An intensely personal fictional tapestry that weaves together numerous historical and stylistic variations on the enduring myth of Selene and Endymion.
"David Andreas's debut novella, Angel of the Underground, will remind many horror fans of Stephen King's first published novel, Carrie...Andreas's tight and tense horror tale is a spellbinding and clever debut. He also has more on his mind than merely a straightforward thriller.
Winner of the 2017 PEN Center USA Award for Fiction
A Kirkus Review Best Book of 2017 and a Washington Post Notable Work of Fiction. Winner of the British Book Awards Fiction Book of the Year and overall Book of the Year, selected as the Waterstones Book of the Year, and a Costa Book Award Finalist
NYT bestselling author Ralph Peters returns with the third installment in his Boyd Award-winning series on the Civil War
In the Valley of the Shadow, they wrote their names in blood.
Jeremy Shipp brings you THE ATROCITIES, a haunting gothic fantasy of a young ghost's education
When Isabella died, her parents were determined to ensure her education wouldn't suffer.
Bereft of family and friends, Lucy Snowe flees her empty life in England to seek independence and fulfillment. Her gambit takes her to the Belgian town of Villette, where she secures a job teaching English to the fractious girls of Madame Beck's boarding school.
Zachariah and Rachel are as star-crossed as two lovers can be. Rachel is the cherished daughter of a Russian family living in London--the artistic, mysterious Wolffs; Zach is her parents' adopted son who arrived from the orphanage with one sweater and a head full of curls and immediately stole Rachel's heart. As children, they became inseparable.
In this riveting and richly drawn novel from "one of the master storytellers of historical fiction" (New York Times bestselling author Beatriz Williams), a talented young artist flees New York for the South of France after one of her scandalous drawings reveals a dark secret--and triggers a terribly tragedy.
"A deliciously modern classic ghost story" --Chloe Benjamin, New York Times bestselling author of The Immortalists
The Clairvoyants is Karen Brown's most hypnotic novel to date--gothic-inflected psychological suspense that unmasks the secret desires of a young woman with a mystical gift
While Edith Nesbit's mainstream fiction has often been revived, her tales of terror - apart from one or two anthologized pieces - have fallen into unwarranted neglect.