Haunting and atmospheric, The End of Temperance Dare is another thrilling page-turner from the author reviewers are calling the Queen of the Northern Gothic.
The #1 internationally bestselling author of The Demonologist radically reimagines the origins of gothic literature's founding masterpieces--Frankenstein, Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Dracula--in a contemporary novel driven by relentless suspense and surprising emotion.
Sixteen-year-old Gradle Bird has lived her entire life with her Grandpa, Leonard, at a seedy motel and truck stop off Georgia's I-16. But when Leonard moves her to a crumbling old house rumored to be haunted by the ghost of Ms. Annalee Spivey, Gradle is plunged into a lush, magical world much stranger and more dangerous than from the one she came.
MORMAMA is a riveting supernatural, southern gothic tale from Kit Reed, the author of Where.
The twentieth anniversary of a postmodern classic, blending the gothic novel with bleeding-edge science fiction
Raissa James not only sees the dead but she's caught the ears of the living--especially now that she's solved her first case. Word of Pluto's Snitch, her private-investigation agency specializing in the occult, has spread far and wide. It's even come to the notice of Zelda Fitzgerald, the nation's most celebrated flapper. And Zelda's in need of its services.
Readers of Kate Atkinson will delight in this suspenseful debut novel about a woman haunted by nightmares and her grandmother's role in a doomed love triangle almost seventy years before.
What if the past is never buried?
There are two things that can last into eternity. 13 Forevers: Stories and Reflections on Death and Love is a collection of short works (mostly stories) which dives deep into both of them and all of their emotional complexity.
Meet a cannibal who's starved for affection in "Consumption."
WILD AT HEART
The Alfred Stone Trilogy takes one piece of documented history, a court record, and creates a fictitious three generation family saga leading up to a real court room scene, which is the final chapter of book three. Therefore, the book you hold in your hands now is entirely fiction, and a work which defies neat genre classification. In one sense, it is a work of Historical Fiction.
In Los Angeles Times Book Prize nominee Ariel S. Winter's Barren Cove, humans are nearly extinct and robots are now the dominant life-form on Earth.
As World War I rages and the Romanov dynasty reaches its sudden, brutal end, a young jewelry maker discovers love, passion, and her own healing powers in this "dazzling" (Library Journal, starred review) and romantic ghost story, the perfect follow-up to M. J. Rose's "brilliantly crafted" (Providence Journal) novel The Witch of Painted Sorrows.