A darkly humorous, surprisingly poignant, and utterly gripping debut novel about a guy who works in Hell (literally) and is on the cusp of a big promotion if only he can get one more member of the wealthy Harrison family to sell their soul.
This collection of chilling horror stories from the maestro of suspense contains nearly 20 of Edgar Allan Poe's best known stories, including "The Fall of the House of Usher", "The Masque of the Red Death" and "The Pit and the Pendulum". For readers who have never come across the work of Poe before, it is a great introduction to some of his finest work.
Heart-Shaped Box meets The Haunting of Hill House in Schrader's Chord, Scott Leeds's chilling debut about cursed vinyl records that open a gateway to the land of the dead.
I told you they were real.
"Let Him In is a feast of a novel." — Darcy Coates, USA Today bestselling author
An October Library Reads Pick!
"Daddy, there's a man in our room..."
Winner of the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Novel • Winner of the British Fantasy Award for Best Horror Novel • A LibraryReads Hall of Fame Pick!
From Catriona Ward, author of The Last House on Needless Street, comes a heart-pounding tale of faith and family, with a devastating twist
“A great day is upon us. He is coming. The world will be washed away.”
From Ellen Datlow—“the venerable queen of horror anthologies” per the New York Times—comes a new entry in the series that has brought you thrilling stories from Stephen King and Neil Gaiman, the best horror stories available.
For more than four decades, Ellen Datlow has been at the center of horror.
T. Kingfisher meets Cassandra Khaw in a chilling horror novel that illustrates the fine line between humanity and monstrosity.
"An eerie and virtuosic debut" (Helen Phillips, author of The Need) about a paranormal investigations TV show that loses control of its subject as they investigate a haunted house
The new story collection from the author and translator of Cursed Bunny, a finalist for the 2023 National Book Award in Translated Literature!
Your Utopia is full of tales of loss and discovery, idealism and dystopia, death and immortality.
An exciting standalone Cthulhu Casebooks narrative, a thrilling tale of mystery and dread, from the New York Times bestselling author.
What a study in contrasts is the friendship between Henry Jekyll and his boon companion, Edward Hyde. Where Jekyll is a handsome and respected man of science, Hyde is a surly and brutish misanthrope. Nevertheless, Jekyll has allowed Hyde free access to his home and laboratory and, surprisingly, made him the sole beneficiary of his will.
Marta doesn’t mean to kill her husband.