From now until Halloween we have these five titles marked down to $2.99 on Amazon!

 

 

The Monster Club (1976) by R. Chetwynd-Hayes, with an introduction by Stephen Jones

First published in 1976, R. Chetwynd-Hayes’s The Monster Club was adapted for a 1981 film starring Vincent Price, John Carradine, and Donald Pleasence, and both book and film have gone on to become cult classics. Told in a wry, tongue-in-cheek style, the tales in The Monster Club are simultaneously horrific, comical, and curiously moving. This edition is the first in more than twenty years and features a new introduction by Stephen Jones and a reproduction of John Bolton’s painting from the rare comic book adaptation of the film.

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The Great White Space (1974) by Basil Copper, with an introduction by Stephen Jones

One of the great British horror writers of the 20th century, Basil Copper (1924-2013) was best known for his macabre short fiction, which earned him the World Horror Convention’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010. The Great White Space (1974) is a tale in the mode of H. P. Lovecraft and is recognized as one of the best Lovecraftian horror novels ever written. This edition, the first in more than 30 years, includes a new introduction by Stephen Jones.

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The Moorstone Sickness (1982) by Bernard Taylor, with an introduction by Mark Morris

When it comes to spine-chilling tales of quiet horror, no one surpasses Bernard Taylor, the bestselling author of the classic novels The Godsend and Sweetheart, Sweetheart. This edition of The Moorstone Sickness (1982) features a new introduction by Mark Morris.

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Fengriffen & Other Gothic Tales by David Case, with an introduction by Stephen Jones and an afterword by Kim Newman

Taking its title from the classic 1971 novella, Fengriffen & Other Gothic Tales also includes such memorable stories as ‘Anachrona’, ‘The Foreign Bride’ and his Frankenstein-inspired short novel ‘The Dead End’. With a personal Introduction from award-winning editor Stephen Jones and an exclusive Afterword by acclaimed film writer Kim Newman, in which he discusses how the title story was adapted into the crawling-hand horror movie—And Now the Screaming Starts!, this volume showcases the work of one of the genre’s finest exponents of the macabre.

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The Cell & Other Transmorphic Tales by David Case, with an introduction by Stephen Jones an an afterword by Kim Newman

Beginning with the powerful novella that gave its title to that inaugural collection, The Cell & Other Transmorphic Tales also includes such memorable stories as ‘Strange Roots’, ‘Among the Wolves’, ‘A Cross to Bear’ and ‘The Hunter’. With a personal Introduction from award-winning editor Stephen Jones and an exclusive Afterword by acclaimed film writer Kim Newman, in which he discusses how ‘The Hunter’ was adapted into the 1970s TV movie Scream of the Wolf, this volume showcases the work of one of the genre’s finest exponents of the macabre.

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