Brian Lumley Books In Order

Titus Crow Books In Publication Order

  1. The Burrowers Beneath (1974)
  2. The Transition of Titus Crow (1975)
  3. The Clock of Dreams (1978)
  4. Spawn of the Winds (1978)
  5. In the Moons of Borea (1979)
  6. Elysia (1989)

Titus Crow Collections In Publication Order

  1. The Compleat Crow (1986)

Psychomech Books In Publication Order

  1. Psychomech (1984)
  2. Psychosphere (1984)
  3. Psychamok (1985)

Dreamlands Books In Publication Order

  1. Hero of Dreams (1986)
  2. Ship of Dreams (1986)
  3. Mad Moon of Dreams / Second Visit (1987)

Dreamlands Collections In Publication Order

  1. Iced on Aran and Other Dream Quests (1990)

Necroscope Books In Publication Order

  1. Necroscope (1986)
  2. Necroscope II: Wamphyri! / Vamphyri! (1989)
  3. Necroscope III: The Source (1989)
  4. Necroscope IV: Deadspeak (1990)
  5. Necroscope V: Deadspawn (1991)
  6. Blood Brothers (1992)
  7. The Last Aerie (1993)
  8. Bloodwars (1994)
  9. Necroscope: The Lost Years (1995)
  10. Necroscope: Resurgence: The Lost Years, Volume 2 (1996)
  11. Necroscope: Invaders (1999)
  12. Necroscope: Defilers (2000)
  13. Necroscope: Avengers (2001)
  14. Necroscope: The Touch (2006)
  15. Necroscope: The Plague-Bearer (2010)
  16. Necroscope: The Mobius Murders (2013)

Necroscope Collections In Publication Order

  1. Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes! (2007)

House Of Doors Books In Publication Order

  1. The House of Doors (1990)
  2. Maze of Worlds (1998)

Tales of the Primal Land Books In Publication Order

  1. The House of Cthulhu (1984)
  2. Tarra Khash (1991)
  3. Sorcery in Shad (1991)

Primal Land Collections In Publication Order

  1. Tales of the Primal Land (2015)

Necroscope: Vampire World Books In Publication Order

  1. Blood Brothers (1992)
  2. The Last Aerie (1993)
  3. Bloodwars (1994)

Necroscope: The Lost Years Books In Publication Order

  1. The Lost Years (1995)

Necroscope: E-Branch Books In Publication Order

  1. Necroscope: Invaders (1999)
  2. Necroscope: Defilers (2000)
  3. Necroscope: Avengers (2001)

New Adventures Of The Necroscope Books In Publication Order

  1. Necroscope: The Touch (2006)
  2. Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates (2009)

Standalone Novels In Publication Order

  1. Beneath the Moors (1974)
  2. Khai of Khem (1981)
  3. Demogorgon (1987)
  4. The Fly-By-Nights (2011)

Short Story Collections In Publication Order

  1. The Caller of the Black (1971)
  2. The Horror at Oakdeene and Others (1977)
  3. Ghoul Warning And Other Omens (1982)
  4. Synchronicity, Or Something (1988)
  5. Dagon’s Bell and Other Discords (1988)
  6. Return of the Deep Ones (1991)
  7. The Compleat Khash (1991)
  8. Fruiting Bodies and Other Fungi (1993)
  9. The Second Wish And Other Exhalations (1995)
  10. A Coven of Vampires (1998)
  11. The Whisperer and Other Voices (2001)
  12. Beneath the Moors and Darker Places (2002)
  13. The Brian Lumley Companion (2002)
  14. Brian Lumley’s Freaks (2004)
  15. Screaming Science Fiction (2006)
  16. Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes! (2007)
  17. Haggopian and Other Stories (2009)
  18. The Nonesuch and Others (2009)
  19. No Sharks in the Med and Other Stories (2012)
  20. Earth, Air, Fire & Water (2017)

Short Stories/Novellas In Publication Order

  1. The House Of The Temple (2004)

Shadows Over Innsmouth Anthology Books In Publication Order

  1. Shadows Over Innsmouth (1994)
  2. Weird Shadows Over Innsmouth (2005)
  3. Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth (2013)

Hot Blood Books In Publication Order

  1. Hot Blood (1989)
  2. Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror (1991)
  3. Hottest Blood (1993)
  4. Deadly After Dark (1994)
  5. Seeds of Fear (1995)
  6. Stranger by Night (1995)
  7. Fear the Fever (1996)
  8. Kiss and Kill (1997)
  9. Crimes of Passion (1997)
  10. Hot Blood X (1998)
  11. Fatal Attractions (2003)
  12. Strange Bedfellows (2004)
  13. Dark Passions (2007)

Dark Delicacies Books In Publication Order

  1. Dark Delicacies: Original Tales of Terror and the Macabre by the World’s Greatest Horror Writers (2005)
  2. Dark Delicacies II: Fear (2007)
  3. Dark Delicacies III: Haunted (2009)

The Book of Cthulhu Books In Publication Order

  1. The Book of Cthulhu (2011)
  2. The Book of Cthulhu II (2012)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. In the Shadow of the Gargoyle (1998)
  2. Unnatural Selection of Darwinian Nightmares (2000)
  3. The Book of Cthulhu (2011)
  4. Danse Macabre (2012)

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Brian Lumley Books Overview

The Burrowers Beneath

The Titus Crow novels are adventure horror, full of acts of nobility and heroism, featuring travel to exotic locations and alternate planes of existence as Titus Crow and his faithful companion and record keeper fight the gathering forces of darkness wherever they arise. The menaces are the infamous and deadly Elder Gods of the work of H.P. Lovecraft. Chthulu and his dark minions are bent on ruling the earth or destroying it. A few puny humans cannot possibly stand against these otherworldly evil gods, yet time after time, Titus Crow defeats the monsters and drives them back into the dark from whence they came. Volume One contains two full novels, The Burrowers Beneath and The Transition of Titus Crow.


Illustrated by Fabian, in the realm of the Cthulhu Mythos


Richard Garrison, a Corporal in the British Military Police, loses his sight while trying to save the wife and child of millionaire industrialist Thomas Schroeder from a terrorist bomb. While Garrison is recovering from his injuries, Schroeder makes him an offer the young man cannot refuse refuge at Schroeder’s luxurious mountain retreat and rehabilitation from the best doctors who can treat Garrison’s blindness and if not cure him at least teach him a new way of life. But Thomas Schroeder has a secret. He is dying and determined not to lose his life. The doctors tell him his body cannot be saved. But about his mind? Garrison’s healthy young body would make an excellent replacement for Schroeder’s failing corpus, if the machines to perform the operation can be perfected in time. Garrison has no secrets of his own. Since the bombing that caused a loss of his sight, Garrison has become aware of new abilities slowly developing in his mind: mental powers he is beginning to master; strengths Schroeder cannot expect. Richard Garrison and Thomas Schroeder, two strong willed men locked in battle for the greatest prize life itself.


After Richard Garrison lost his sight in a terrorist explosion, he developed vast mental powers that more than compensated for his blindness. He mastered the Psychomech machine, then used it to conquer his enemies and restore his dead love to full and vibrant life. Psychomech also revealed to Garrison the Psychosphere, a startling reality where mental powers reigned supreme and could influence people and events on Earth.

Once he was nearly godlike or demonic, if one dared become his enemy but now Garrison’s mental abilities grow weaker with each use. He tries desperately to conserve his energies, but he has begun to have strange visions of a mind so different from his own as to be other than human, and knows he must stay alert and strong.

Charon Gubwa has invaded the Psychosphere. Twisted and evil, sexually and mentally warped, physically corrupt, Gubwa’s desires are simple: More. More drugs. More sex. More power. More of the Earth under his dominion.

Richard Garrison must battle Gubwa in the Psychosphere and on Earth. And he must win, no matter the cost to himself or those he loves, or all mankind will be lost.


Brian Lumley is an international horror phenomenon, with books published in thirteen countries, including China, the Czech Republic, Germany, Japan, Russia, and Spain. More than two million books have been sold in his Necroscope series alone, but that barely taps the potential of this wildly imaginative author. Lumley’s horror often crosses the dividing lines between fantasy and horror or between science fiction and horror. The Psychomech trilogy, of which Psychamok is the conclusion, is a perfect blend of science fiction, adventure, and horror, combining in a fast paced whirlwind of a story that leaves the reader doubting the evidence of his or her own senses. Richard Garrison was once a corporal in the British Military Police, until a terrorist’s bomb destroyed his eyesight and his career. Repaying Garrison for saving his wife and child from the blast, millionaire industrialist Thomas Schroeder introduced him to the Psychomech, an amazing machine that could either gift its users with astonishing mental powers or destroy them utterly. Having successfully harnessed the Psychomech, Garrison discovered the Psychosphere, a strange plane of existence where mental abilities were all. Thought became intent, word became deed, and Garrison became like unto a god. Two decades later, Garrison is utilizing his unique powers to explore the universe. On Earth, his son, Richard Stone, is happily in love, until his beloved falls victim to ‘The Gibbering,’ a plague of madness that destroys men and women by destroying their minds. There is no obvious cause. There is no cure. There are no survivors. When Richard Stone himself is infected by the Gibbering, the mental powers he inherited from his father enable him to defeat the madness, at least for a while. Then, to his horror, Stone discovers that the Psychomech has run amok and that the Gibbering is the result! Even though the insanity it creates batters his struggling mind, Stone realizes he is the only man with the knowledge and power capable of destroying the berserker mind machine. The son of Garrison is at war with Psychomech. Who will survive the finalbattle, man or machine?

Hero of Dreams

Something vital is missing from David Hero’s comfortable, ordinary existence. one day is much like the next, simple, predictable…
boring. But the nights! Each night David Hero finds himself transported to a marvelous world where brave men and women battle terrible creatures possessed of cruel, dark powers. Despite his fears, the Dreamworlds tempt David, drawing him farther and farther from the waking world. Here he finds noble warriors; beautiful, loving women; and challenges almost greater than he can imagine.

Ship of Dreams

Once David Hero was an ordinary man living in the real world. Now he is trapped in the Dreamlands, cut off from the waking world. David Hero’s dreams and nightmares have become his only reality. Led by wickedly beautiful Queen Zura, the zombie armies of the dead are on the march. They will destroy the beautiful Dreamlands, making them a permanent, deadly nightmare. Unaware of the marauding zombies, David Hero and his friend Eldin voyage through the clouds in a wondrous skyship. Their journey is interrupted by a pack of faceless nightgaunts, terrifying creatures, half man and half bat and all evil!David Hero is one of Zura’s first targets. As a man of the waking world, he can withstand her terrible seductive power and shatter her shambling armies. David Hero must be the first Dreamlands hero to die.

Mad Moon of Dreams / Second Visit

Once David Hero was an ordinary man living in the real world. Now he is trapped in the Dreamlands, cut off from the waking world. David Hero’s dreams and nightmares have become his own reality. Swollen, glowing oddly in the gloom of night, the moon hangs lower and lower over the Dreamlands. Its weird, unearthly light transforms beautiful landscapes into twisted nightmares and imperils the sanity of any who walk abroad after sunset. Beams of terrible power stab the unsuspecting earth, destroying the land, shattering buildings, and dragging people into the shrieking sky, straight toward the hellish moon!David Hero, once a man of the waking world, finds himself fighting side by side with his worst enemies Zura and her zombie armies, the Eidolon Lathi and her termite men against the slimy, many tentacled moon monsters.

Iced on Aran and Other Dream Quests

Trapped in the Dreamlands and cut off from the waking world, David Hero becomes the latest model for a mad sculptor and suddenly finds himself frozen in ice.


Twenty years ago, the horror world was forever altered by the publication of Necroscope. An instant classic, Brian Lumley’s astonishing feat of imagination spawned a universe which Lumley has explored and expanded through more that a baker s dozen of novels and novellas. Millions of copies of Necroscope and its successors are in print in a dozen languages throughout the world. Nominated for the British Fantasy Award, Necroscope has inspired everything from comic books and graphic novels to sculptures and soundtracks.

This new edition of Necroscope uses the author s preferred text and includes a special introduction by Brian Lumley, telling how the Necroscope saga came to be. It also includes chapter ornaments by Hugo Award Winning artist Bob Eggleton, long identified with Lumley s blood sucking monsters.

As a classic, Necroscope rightfully claims a place in the Orb trade paperback list, for scholars of the field and the dedicated Lumley collector. And also for all the people who have read more than one mass market copy of the book to tatters.

Harry Keogh is the man who can talk to the dead, the man for whom every grave willingly gives up its secrets, the one man who knows how to travel effortlessly through time and space to destroy the vampires that threaten all humanity.

In Necroscope, Harry is startled to discover that he is not the only person with unusual mental powers Britain and the Soviet Union both maintain super secret, psychically powered espionage organizations. But Harry is the only person who knows about Thibor Ferenczy, a vampire long buried in the mountains of Romania still horribly alive, in undeath and Thibor’s insane ‘offspring,’ Boris Dragosani, who rips information from the souls of the dead in a terrible, ever lasting form of torture. Somehow, Harry must convince Britain’s E Branch that only by working together can they locate and destroy Dragosani and his army of demonic warriors before the half vampire succeeds in taking over the world!

Necroscope II: Wamphyri! / Vamphyri!

Death is Not the End…
Not the end of life, Harry Koegh discovered and not the end of his battle against the terrible evil of the vampires. In a secluded English village, Yulian Bodescu plots his takeover of the world. Imbued with a vampire’s powers before his birth, Bodescu rules men’s minds and bodies with supernatural ease. He is secretly creating an army of vampiric monsters, things that once were men but now are walking mas*ses of destructive hunger! Harry Keogh, necroscope, thought that the war with the vampires had ended with the destruction of Boris Dragosani and of Harry’s body! But the man who talks to the dead lives on, more powerful than ever, able to transport himself instantly to any spot on the globe and to speak mind to mind with both the living and the dead. Are Harry’s new powers enough to defeat Yulian Bodescu and his legion of monsters or will the vampire army overrun the living earth?

Necroscope III: The Source

The third book in the Necroscope series traces the battle between Harry Keogh and the horrifying Vamphyri on their home ground, an alien landscape of looming towers, impossible cliffs, and ravenous vampire beasts.

Russia’s Ural Mountains hide a deadly secret: a supernatural portal to the country of the vampires. Soviet scientists and ESP powered spies, in a secret military base, study the portal and the powerfully evil creatures that emerge from it, intent on ravaging mankind.

When Jazz Simmons, a British agent sent to infiltrate the base, is captured by the KGB espionage squad and forced through the portal, his last message tells Harry Keogh, the Necroscope, that the vampires are preparing for a mass invasion.

Harry has only one option to strike first. He must carry the human vampire war to the vampire’s own lands. But his strongest psychic power will be useless there. What good is the power to summon the dead in a country where nothing ever dies, where every man, woman, and child become half dead servants of the Vamphyri?

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak

Brian Lumley’s Necroscope novels are one of the horror genre’s most towering achievements. They chronicle the adventures of Necroscope, Harry Keogh, his successor, Jake Cutter, and the psychically gifted agents of E Branch, Britain’s super secret spy organization, and their battles against the malevolent, shape shifting Wamphyri and their spawn. Their exploits have spanned two worlds, thirteen novels, and an infinity of time. The Necroscope novels have sold more than two million copies in English alone. Tor Books is proud to publish Necroscope: Deadspeak in hardcover for the first time. Previously available only as a mass market, paperback Necroscope: Deadspeak is the fourth volume in Lumley’s exciting vampire series, and marks the beginning of a new phase in the story of the Necroscope. Harry Keogh has triumphed over much adversity in his life, from the death of his mother and the discovery of his amazing powers to talk to the dead and to travel instantaneously to any place via the M bius Continuum to the fallout from his war against the vampires. He lost his body, though not his life; his wife and infant son disappeared without a trace; and he had to kill a woman he had come to love. What should have been a joyful reunion with his son was tinged with horror when Harry realized that his boy now a man was half Necroscope and half vampire, and thus a deadly double threat to all mankind. Father faced son in a terrible battle, and when it was over, Harry awoke safe in his own bed, at home…
but his Necroscope powers were gone, locked away in the depths of his mind! Now, a new evil rears its head in the Balkan Mountains. Janos Ferenczy, master vampire and black magician, has risen from an ages long sleep. As the first step in his plans of conquest, he conjures dead men and women into a perverse semblance of life and subjects them to fiendish tortures. But the shrieks of the dead barely begin to satisfy Janos’s bloodlusts as he prepares an army of undead warriors to conquer the world. The dead try desperately to attract the Necroscope’s attention, but Harry Keogh is deaf to their pleas and their screams. As Harry searches for a cure, he learns that to save mankind he must ally himself with the crafty father of vampires, the infamous Faethor Ferenczy. Centuries dead, Faethor lies in his grave and schemes. He will help Harry defeat Janos but his price will be very high indeed!

Necroscope V: Deadspawn

Brian Lumley’s Necroscope novels are one of the horror genre’s most towering achievements. The adventures of the Necroscopes, Harry Keogh and his successor, Jake Cutter, and the psychically gifted agents of E Branch, Britain’s super secret spy organization, as they battle malevolent, shape shifting Wamphyri have spanned two worlds, thirteen novels, and an infinity of time. The Necroscope novels have sold more than two million copies in English alone. Tor Books is proud to publish Necroscope: Deadspawn in hardcover for the first time. Previously available only in mass market, Necroscope: Deadspawn is the fifth spine tingling volume in Lumley’s exciting vampire series and marks a turning point in the life and career of Harry Keogh, the original Necroscope. After the battles of Deadspeak, Harry has recovered his Necroscopic abilities. He can once again travel instantly between places and times via the marvelous mathematics of the M bius Continuum. He can once again hear and speak to the dead and carry messages between the living and those long gone. But the Necroscope’s bargain with Faethor Ferenczy, father of vampires, has sown the seed of Harry’s downfall a vampire seed! Deep in the recesses of Harry’s mind, a vampire grows, a vampire that might someday be the greatest Wamphyri of all, one with all the Necroscope’s great psychic powers warped to evil use. Harry’s lifetime on earth has just become sharply limited. But until he loses the fight against the vampire thing, the Necroscope still has work to do. The tortured victims of a serial killer and necromancer cry out for justice. Harry Keogh is the only person who can identify and find this vile murderer. And he will do it, fighting the vampire spawn inside him every step of the way.

Blood Brothers

The vampires have been vanquished! Harry Keogh and the armies of the dead have destroyed the evil that once plagued the world. Nathan and Nestor, secret twin sons of the Necroscope and a proud gypsy woman, were children when their father, his humanity poisoned by his fearsome struggles, sacrificed himself to save mankind. Yet there are vampires still, vampires crueler and stranger than any the Necroscope had faced. When these new, merciless killers swoop out of the sky, Nathan and Nestor are men but they have few of Harry Keogh’s miraculous powers. Torn from each other by battle, the sons of the Necroscope journey across the vampire world, exploring its mysteries, each seeking the powerful, terrible vampires, his missing brother…
and the woman they both love!

The Last Aerie

Nestor and Nathan Kiklu are the twin sons of Harry Keogh, the Necroscope. United by blood, they also share some of their father’s awesome powers but what they do with those gifts cannot be more different!Nathan takes up the struggle against the metamorphic vampires, while Nestor, fascinated by the vampires’ eerie evil, has become his twin’s worst nightmare: a Wamphyri Lord!Harry Keogh’s sons have become the bitterest of enemies, each determined to destroy the other. When next they meet, one will surely die!


The twin sons of Harry Keogh, the Necroscope, have taken very different paths. Nathan as his father’s powers to talk to the dead, to travel instantly through space. Like Harry, this new Necroscope fights evil wherever he finds it. His twin, Nestor, has become the most horrifying evil imaginable: a shape shifting, blood sucking Wamphyi Lord! Devoid of human feeling, Nestor and his companion, the beautiful, malevolent Wratha the Risen, hunt without mercy. The battle between the brothers mirrors the war between vampires and humans. On mankind’s side: terrible weapons brought from Earth by Nathan’s allies. But the vampires are numerous and powerful, and neither side has a clear advantage…
until Nathan and his legions of the dead discover a way to destroy the vampires forever. In the midst of a titanic battle, Nathan makes a desperate move that forever changes millions of lives and two worlds: the vampire world…
and earth.

Necroscope: The Lost Years

Vampires never rest, and neither does Harry Keogh, the world’s greatest vampire hunter, the Necroscope, the man who can talk to the dead. Right now, he’s desperately searching for his wife and son, who disappeared in the midst of Harry’s war against the undead monsters that plague mankind. Others will to carry on that fight until the Necroscope has been reunited with his beloved family. But it’s not that easy to leave the vampire war behind. The bloodsuckers know that the Necroscope is their deadliest enemy and will do anything to destroy him. Harry struggles to locate his missing family, not realizing that he has become a pawn in the battle between two powerful vampires. When one has slain the other, the Necroscope will be the next to die.

Necroscope: Resurgence: The Lost Years, Volume 2

Harry Keogh, the Necroscope, the man who can talk to the dead, and Earth’s greatest vampire hunter, has been searching for his wife and infant son, gone missing during Harry’s war against the vampires. This obsession has left him open to subtle influence by an ancient vampire, Radu. Entombed in amber, trapped in undeath, Radu plans for his resurrection and plots the destruction of other vampires who might challenge his supremacy. Thus, Radu’s enemies are now Harry’s and Harry cannot properly defend himself. His powers his deadspeak and his ability to transport himself through the Mobius Continuum are locked away in the recesses of his vampire clouded mind. But Harry is not without allies, living and dead. E Branch, the psychic spy organization, is worried about Harry. So is harry’s long dead Ma, and the ancient philosopher and prophet Nostradamus, whose centuries old quatrain make eerie sense in the modern world. Right now, Harry Keogh doesn’t even know he’s the Necroscope. But Earth’s teeming dead won’t let him forget them for long and won’t let him forget that Radu and his vampire kind are humanity’s deadliest enemies.

Necroscope: Invaders

Three great vampires two Lords and a Lady arrive on an unsuspecting Earth that teems with defenseless humans, easy prey for the marauding vampires. But humanity has defenders. Though the necroscope is gone, the psychically gifted men and women of E Branch move swiftly against the vampire infestation. Jake Cutter is running for his life through the streets of Turin when he vanishes, appearing moments later inside the triply locked ‘Harry’s room’ in E Branch’s London HQ. Jake’s dreams are very strange, filled with the voices of the dead the Great majority, the Necroscope, Harry Keogh, even a dead vampire. He hears them all, but he doesn’t truly understand. If Jake is the new Necroscope, he has to learn fast! how to control his powers and speak to the dead. E Branch, with the reluctant Jake along for the ride, is about to go head to head with Malinari the Mind, a vampire Lord who psychic abilities are second to none. But the dead don’t trust Jake, not like they trusted Harry. Jake’s got personal revenge on his mind, and he’s spending too much time talking that dead vampire. He’s got to start thinking about the future or he won’t have one!

Necroscope: Defilers

Jake Cutter is reluctantly learning how to be a Necroscope how to use the Mobius continuum to travel instantaneously from place to place, how to talk to the dead but dead humans don’t like him much. It seems Jake’s got a hitchhiker named Korath. Since Korath holds the key to the Mobius equations, Jake can’t just kick him out…
though he’s certainly trying. Jake’s not sure he really wants to be a member of E Branch, the supersecret ESP powered organization that’s dedicated to eradicating the vampire infestation of Earth. To the freewheeling, passionate Jake, the E Branchers seem a little stuffy and hidebound except for the lovely Liz, whom Jake wants to get to know better, body and mind. But Liz is a telepath, and if Jake’s not careful, she’ll find out about Korath. And that will likely be the end of Jake Cutter. In Australia, Jake helped E Branch destroy the aerie of the mind master , Nephtam Malinari, one of a trio of Great Vampires who came to Earth from the vampire world. Malinari escaped and went to ground with the hideously beautiful Lady Vavara. Vavara has taken over a holy monastary on a beautiful Greek island and turned the nuns into most unholy creature with fearsome appetites for all things carnal. Jake wants revenge against the Italian mobsters who killed the woman he loved and nearly killed him. As far as he’s concerned, E Branch can search for Malinari, Vavara, and the metamorphic Lord Szwart without him until he’s satisfied his own bloodlust. But it seems vampire hunting is truly Jake’s job now the men he’s trying to kill aren’t men at all, but vampire spawn, hidden for two generations in human guise! To defeat them, Jake will need every weapon in a Necroscope’s arsenal, including the power to all the unsleeping dead out of their moldering graves.

Necroscope: Avengers

The packed cruise ship is a terrific nesting ground for a Lord and Lady of the Wamphyri on the run from E Branch and the new Necroscope, Jake Cutter. By the time the ship is reported missing, the few beings still living on board will no longer be human…
and the Wamphyri will be long fled to their next conquest.

Korath, the vampire who lurks in Jake Cutter’s mind, is determined to gain control of Jake’s life, and Jake is equally determined not to let him have it. But to win this struggle Jake must confide in Ben Trask and Trask, the head of E Branch, is likely to want Jake dead the minute he learns of Jake’s intrusive passenger!

The spore garden planted under London by the third Wamphyri, Lord Swartz, is bearing bitter fruit indeed as a mysterious sleeping sickness with a vampiric taint slowly spreads among the population of Great Britain.

E Branch action teams have more on their plates than they can handle. They must locate terrorists who threaten the world with nuclear homicide; permanently close the Gate between the Wamphyri world and Earth; analyze the spore plague; and locate and destroy the three Wamphyri.

Even the powers of Harry Keogh, the original Necroscope, summoned from the Great Beyond via the combined powers of E Branch’s strongest agents, may not be enough to defeat the monsters who have brought Earth to the brink of total destruction.

Necroscope: The Touch

To test of the power of God, an insane triad of malevolent aliens decides to become so evil that God himself will have to stop them. They have already destroyed their homeworld, an entire solar system, and most of their own race. Their next target: Earth!In addition to advanced science mankind can only dream of, the Mordri Three have the unique ability to forever alter skin, bone, and muscle with a simple touch. Once this powerful touch was used only for healing, but the Mordri Three use it as a weapon, literally turning people inside out, mutating them in front of their horrified loved ones, or seeding them with cancer. Scott St. John is mourning the painful death of his beloved wife when he is struck by a golden arrow of light a fragment of the soul of Harry Keogh, the original Necroscope and gains powers he does not understand. Soon after, a mysterious, beautiful woman begins appearing everywhere he goes. She warns him to keep silent about what, he does not know and keeps trying to tell him something critically important, but each time, she vanishes before she can fully explain. And Scott begins to dream of a very unusual Wolf, who begs Scott in human speech to rescue him before the hunters come.A fledgling Necroscope, a telepathic Wolf, a beautiful woman from beyond the stars, the ghost of Harry Keogh, the best of E Branch’s psychic fighting forces, and a dead girl who is not yet ready to seek her just reward must defeat three impossibly strong, psychically gifted monsters whose touch literally melts flesh from bone.

Necroscope: The Plague-Bearer

Harry Keogh is moving on. Though the search for his missing wife and child continues, his heart now lies in Edinburgh with Bonnie Jean a beautiful Scottish werewolf whose friendly pack and flourishing pub have given him a place he can almost call home. But from the rocky heights of Sicily, the diabolical Francezci brothers plot the wolf pack’s destruction; and down in the terrible Pit beneath Le Manse Madonie, an ancient evil schemes. The vampires conspire. They reach a decision. They choose a vector. Mafia thug Mike Milazzo is no good to anyone, anytime, anywhere which makes him perfect. Disposable. The brothers infect him with a deadly poison an engineered plague that even a werewolf could never survive and they offer him a terrible bargain: successfully contaminate the wolf pack, and receive the antidote. Fail, and die!Mike has everything to lose. So does Harry Keogh. But the Necroscope lost everything once before, and he isn’t about to do it again…

Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes!

From the fertile mind of Brian Lumley: Weird heroes and weirder worlds!Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes!Vampires. Elder Gods. Nightmares. Mysterious elixirs. Wines capable of transporting the drinker literally to another world. Fossils that dream of rending flesh between their teeth. These wonders, and many more, spring from the fertile imagination of Brian Lumley. Harry Keogh: Necroscope and Other Weird Heroes! collects eight long tales of four of Lumley’s most popular creations; Titus Crow, David Hero and his companion, Eldin the Wanderer; and the original Necroscope himself, Harry Keogh, who is featured in three completely new stories, one of them a short novel. The other stories in this collection have previously only been published in the United Kingdom. Titus Crow: Psychic detective, master magician, destroyer of the ancient Cthulian gods. In ‘Inception,’ we see the infant Titus at the moment his destiny falls upon him. In ‘Lord of the Worms,’ a simple secretarial job lands Crow on a sacrificial altar. And in ‘Name and Number,’ Henri Laurent de Marigny details a battle between Titus Crow and malevolent, occult winds that can rip living flesh from bone. David Hero and Eldin the Wanderer: once men of the waking world, now agents for King Kuranes of the Dreamlands. Sips of ‘The Weird Wines of Naxas Niss’ send the pair on a tumultuous journey from a buxom beauty’s bed to the depths of a wizard’s dungeon. Then, seeking his missing friend, David Hero boards an ill fated airship that is home to ‘The Stealer of Dreams.’Harry Keogh, Necroscope: vampire killer without peer, capable of conversing with the dead. A sudden windfall brings Harry to Las Vegas, where he meets ‘Dead Eddy,’ a gambler who can’t resist the temptation of one last big win from beyond the grave! In ‘Dinosaur Dreams,’ Harry’s interest in fossils leads him to uncover the truth behind the death of a young amateur paleontologist…
and to discover that it’s not just dead people he can call on in a crisis…
. Harry’s undying love for his mother leads him down a dangerous path in the brief ‘Resurrection.’Four of Lumley’s greatest heroes. Three of his most popular worlds. Tales to chill and to delight. Open the book and be swept away.

The House of Doors

Bent on taking over the Earth, the deadly Thone have planted a monstrous device on our planet’s surface. Trapped inside is a group of scientists, spies, and innocent bystanders. Part maze, part torture chamber, part laboratory, The House of Doors is a test. If its captives survive, the Thone will withdraw from Earth and leave us in peace. Survival seems impossible. At every turn of the labyrinth the prisoners encounter alien world and terrifying monsters ripped from their own subconscious fears. Only by defeating the demons within can these men and women escape The House of Doors and save the Earth.

Maze of Worlds

Alien beings bent on our destruction have seeded the world with horrible machines capable of transforming our planet into a hellhole where only they can live. Our only hope is to solve the puzzle of a four dimensional maze, an alien thing that is part building, part machine, and part psychological torture chamber. A few brave men and women and one fearless dog dare to enter the maze. What they find there will change their lives forever, as the alien machinery creates terrifying worlds based on their worst nightmares.

The House of Cthulhu

The House of Cthulhu introduces the weird and wonderful world of Theem’hdra, an island continent of wonders and terrors, where brave men die terrifying deaths, awe inspiring sorcerers hurl powerful magic at each other, and monsters abound. This is classic Lovecraftian horror from one of the masters of the form, British Fantasy Award winner Brian Lumley. The volcanic eruption that created the island of Surtsey in 1967 also revealed a long hidden cache of documents that told the fantastic history of Theem’hdra as written by the sorcerer Teh Atht. Building on translations begun by the scholar Thelred Gustau who vanished under mysterious, some say magical, circumstances Brian Lumley brings the saga of the Primal Land to readers of today. Here, the wizard Mylarkhrion most powerful of the terrible magicians who walked the earth in those long ago days battles sorcerers jealous of his knowledge, power, and wealth. His own apprentice, thinking he knows all of his master’s secrets, challenges him but Mylarkhrion has one final trick up his sleeve…
. When the assassin Humbuss Ank, who specializes in killing wizards, makes Mylarkhrion his target, he avoids or destroys nearly all of the sorcerer’s traps, forcing Mylarkhrion to a final, desperate gamble for survival. But even Mylarkhrion has a weakness, a lust for power that drives him to summon the Great One, Cthulhu, and so call doom upon himself!The fabled riches of The House of Cthulhu draw thieves and warriors from throughout the civilized and uncivilized lands, but none escape with so much as a single gemstone, for they discover that Cthulhu’s House is not a temple but a dwelling place. Surely the Elder God lives there still, waiting for an unwary person to open the portal between his world and ours…

Tarra Khash

Classic Lovecraftian horror from one of the masters of the form, British Fantasy Award winner Brian Lumley. Tarra Khash is a Hrossak, a barbarian from the steppes beyond the River Luhr. A fearless adventurer, Tarra roves Theem hdra in search of his next fortune, his next drink, and warm, willing females to share his bed. The Hrossak is a most fortunate man, for he has faced more than one god during his travels, and so far escaped unscathed…
. Seeking to avenge the murder of a beautiful young woman of the half mystical Suhm yi, Tarra joins forces with her husband, now the last of his kind. Each worships a moon god, and together, their faith and Tarra’s weapons wreak a terrible vengeance on those who stole the treasure of the Suhm yi and destroyed that noble race. Eager for wealth, Tarra is trapped by a wily old man who has lured him into plumbing the depths of a treasure filled cavern guarded by golden statues of the Great God Cthulhu. Cthulhu’s treasure is not easily plundered, and Tarra nearly loses his life to the monstrous forces of the Elder God. Many men have met the lamia Orbiquita, but none have lived to tell of her extraordinary powers of love making until Tarra Khash, who treats her as a woman wants to be treated and so earns her forgiveness and his life. Alas, others who assume her to be weakened by love for Tarra Khash are not so lucky!

Sorcery in Shad

Classic Lovecraftian horror from one of the masters of the form, British Fantasy Award winner Brian Lumley.

Sorcery in Shad

Pity the poor lamia! Mighty Orbiquita, she who damned to death countless men for merely looking at her, she who slew with impunity any who dared breach the walls of her fabled castle…
Orbiquita has fallen in love and with a barbarian Hrossak!
Tarra Khash, he is, who saved a lamia’s life and made her long to be human again. Tarra Khash, who with the help of the last survivors of an alien race, overthrew a god and saved an entire city thereby. Tarra Khash, who has adventured far and wide through the Primal Land, searching for treasure, for wine, women, and song.
Tarra Khash, who has fallen into the clutches of the slave Cush Gemal, who was once an ordinary man but who has become the foulest of sorcerers, Black Yoppaloth. Like all sorcerers, Black Yoppaloth craves immortality, and believes he stands on the brink of achieving it. Then his evil power will be unrivaled and he will control all of the Primal Land.
Only Tarra Khash stands in his way. Tarra Khash and, though he does not know it, his friends and allies: she who was once the lamia Orbiquita; the alien Amyr Arn; a slumbering, ponderous yet powerful moon god; and the magician Teh Atht, who must choose between immortality and saving the Primal Land!

The Lost Years

Vampires never rest, and neither does Harry Keogh, the world’s greatest vampire hunter, the Necroscope, the man who can talk to the dead. Right now, he’s desperately searching for his wife and son, who disappeared in the midst of Harry’s war against the undead monsters that plague mankind. Others will to carry on that fight until the Necroscope has been reunited with his beloved family. But it’s not that easy to leave the vampire war behind. The bloodsuckers know that the Necroscope is their deadliest enemy and will do anything to destroy him. Harry struggles to locate his missing family, not realizing that he has become a pawn in the battle between two powerful vampires. When one has slain the other, the Necroscope will be the next to die.

Necroscope: Harry and the Pirates

Harry Keogh, the first Necroscope, is arguably Brian Lumley’s greatest creation. In the Necroscope series, readers saw Harry learn to use his powers to talk with the dead and travel instantaneously to any point in space and time. They saw him take arms against the evil, twisted, metamorphic alien vampires who sought to feed off humans and enslave mankind. They saw him suffer a great personal loss and then recover his family, and later his humanity, through a new love. And they saw Harry wage the grimmest battle of his life against the vampire he himself was becoming!

Even after Harry s story was done, Brian Lumley continued to write books about Harry s legacy the other Necroscopes who inherited his weird talents. But Harry himself would not go quietly into that darkness that lies beyond an author s imagination…
and now Brian Lumley has written three new novellas about Harry and his supernatural adventures, which are published for the first time in the United States in Harry and the Pirates.

Khai of Khem

From ancient Egypt to modern England,
a man searches for the woman he loves
and the man who betrayed them both!

Khai begins life in ancient Egypt as the son of Pharaoh Khasathut’s chief architect. Believing Pharaoh to be a god, Khai is stunned to learn that his leader s chief desires are to deflower young virgins and achieve eternal life through the powers of his black magicians. Khai dares to raise a hand to Pharaoh and is condemned to be a slave.
Escaping, Khai flees to neighboring Kush where he earns the rank of general in the army of Queen Ashtarta…
and a place in Ashtarta s bed. But Khai is betrayed by his best friend and Khasathut s evil magicians send his soul winging centuries into the future.
In modern England, Khai searches for the reincarnated souls of his lover and his betrayer. Khai is amazed by the modern world television, air conditioning, and especially guns, bombs, and other weapons.
Returned to his own time, Khai uses the technologies he saw in the future to rewrite the past. But can he and Ashtarta prevent Khasathut from attaining immortality and using newly gained alien powers to destroy all of Khem and Kush?
Like the Necroscope novels, Khai of Khem is packed with fast paced action, hair s breadth escapes, all consuming love, endless horror, and, in the person of Khai himself, quick wits and bravery in the teeth of danger.


Charlie Trace, professional thief, is no stranger to deceit and violence. But nothing in his life on the knife edge of London’s Underworld could prepare him for the horror of Demogorgon. It is centuries old: Satan is its lord and master. It walks the earth in the guise of a man, but it is not a man: it is the very essence of evil. Across many years. and nations, Demogorgon has sown the seeds of hell…
now, it is calling its children home. Demogorgon‘s power grows with every soul it devours and if Charlie Trace can’t stop it, he will be its next victim!

The Fly-By-Nights

150 years ago the world ended. Bombs fell, winter came, and the survivors fled underground in search of safety. Now they struggle to preserve what’s left sleeping by day, and battling fearsome vampiric fly by nights after sunset. Resources are scarce and security is scarcer in this fallout poisoned world, but one subterranean clan of hardy souls clings to life, scavenging and scraping by until their water supply goes catastrophically bad. Forced to seek a new life above, they leave their long time home to caravan across the stricken planet’s surface, where the light is toxic and the night hides unspeakable monsters. It is a difficult existence without promise or direction, until word from a band of fellow refugees fizzes through the choppy radio static. The Kindred promise help, companionship, and a new settlement in a distant valley…
if only the clan can reach them. For between the Kindred and the Clan stand a hundred miles of impossible terrain and countless fly by nights, and within the Clan itself trouble brews when two very different men fight for the love of one woman who has already made her choice. It’s the oldest story ever told, but this time it could mean the end of humanity.

A Coven of Vampires

Subterranean Press is proud to announce this brand new edition of Brian Lumley’s most sought after book, A Coven of Vampires, featuring a collection of 13 classic vampire tales: What Dark God?, Back Row, The Strange Years, The Kiss of the Lamia, Recognition, The Thief Immortal, Necros, The Thing From the Blasted Heath, Uzzi, Haggopian, The Picknickers, Zack Phalanx is Vlad the Impaler, and The House of the Temple.

The Whisperer and Other Voices

The Whisperer and Other Stories contains a complete short novel, The Return of the Deep Ones, as well as eight more weighty slices from the dark imagination of Brian Lumley. Here are several of Lumley’s best H. P. Lovecraft inspired tales, including ‘The Statement of Henry Worthy.’ Also included are ‘The Luststone’ and ‘The Disapproval of Jeremy Cleave,’ proving that Lumley can make one laugh even while the hairs on the back of their neck are slowly coming to attention…

Beneath the Moors and Darker Places

In addition to his stellar Necroscope series, Brian Lumley is highly regarded for his short fiction, for which he has won the British Fantasy Award. Beneath the Moors and Darker Places, a companion to The Whisperer and Other Voices, collects nine lengthy exemplars of the best of Lumley’s short works, many of them unavailable for decades in any form. The Cthulhu Mythos of the immortal H.P. Lovecraft provides inspiration for much of Lumley’s work, including ‘Dagon’s Bell’ and ‘Big C,’ both included here. The explosive creation of a new volcanic island off Iceland in 1967 led to ‘Rising with Surtsey,’ a homage not just to Lovecraft but to the great August Derleth. ‘David’s Worm’ which takes an interesting view of ‘you are what you eat’ was published in a Year’s Best Horror Stories and later adapted for radio in Europe. The collection also includes the macabre ‘The Second Wish,’ published here for the first time with the author’s original, intended ending, and ‘The Fairground Horror,’ first published in The Disciples of Cthulhu twenty five years ago and not seen since save for a small press edition. The title tale, Beneath the Moors, a complete short novel, has been unavailable in the United States since its first publication by Arkham House in the early 1970s. It is considered to be one of Lumley’s strongest short works; Tor is proud to restore this and the other pieces in this volume to Lumley’s growing readership.

The Brian Lumley Companion

Edited by Brian Lumley and multiple Bram Stoker Award winner Stanley Wiater, The Brian Lumley Companion is an indispensable guide to the life and works of Brian Lumley. The Companion is illustrated with photographs from the author’s private collection and full color reproductions of Hugo Award winning artist Bob Eggleton s eye catching cover art for Lumley s works. Contributors to The Brian Lumley Companion include some of today s most noted experts on horror fiction, including W. Paul Ganley, founder of Weirdbook Press and two time winner of the World Fantasy Award; Stephen Jones, coeditor of Horror: 100 Best Books and winner of multiple World Fantasy, British Fantasy, and Bram Stoker Awards; Robert M. Price, author of H. P. Lovecraft and the Cthulhu Mythos and one of the most respected analysts of Lovecraftian fiction; Robert G. Weinberg, an acknowledged specialist in weird fiction, and Stanley Wiater, host of the TV series Dark Dreamers. In The Brian Lumley Companion, Lumley aficionados will find an overview of Lumley s career, from his first short fiction up to the present day; essays comparing Lumley and H. P. Lovecraft, a lengthy interview with the author that delves into the heart of Lumley s relationship with the writers and editors who inspired him and the fans who support him, and analyses of Lumley s short fiction and novels. An interview with Bob Eggleton gives insight into the development of his striking covers for the Necroscope series and other Lumley works. This companion also includes complete listings of the first publications of each of Lumley s novels, short fiction, and poetry. Major attractions are the detailed concordances that focus on individual novels and series, including the three Psychomech titles, the Dreamlands and Primal Lands series, and each volume in the Necroscope series. As a special treat, The Brian Lumley Companion includes three short short stories by Brian Lumley, works that have never before appeared in book form.

Screaming Science Fiction

Gleefully mixing SF, fantasy, and horror, Screaming Science Fiction is a full length collection of nine thrilling, chilling, spine tingling stories by horror master Brian Lumley Necroscope, including ‘No Way Home,’ ‘Snarker’s Son,’ ‘The Strange Years,’ and a nearly 20,000 word novella ‘Feasibility Study’ appearing for the first time anywhere.

Haggopian and Other Stories

A collection of thrilling tales from H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos by one of horror’s biggest legends. This volume contains the very best of Brian Lumley’s Mythos short stories.

The Nonesuch and Others

Normally, when readers seen Brian Lumley’s byline on a book especially one with the amazing jacket art of Bob Eggleton the names of several colourful fictional characters spring to mind: heroes such as Harry Keogh, the eponymous Necroscope, or perhaps the occult investigator Titus Crow. While these may be the author’s best known heroes; however, they are only two of a large handful, which is why it may come as something of a surprise this time around to discover that the so called hero of this current trilogy of tales…
isn t!No, for this lesser known character isn’t so much a typical Lumley hero as an innocent bystander who all too often seems to be standing by in the wrong place at the wrong time a man in collision with various weird horrors who can never state definitely that the things he experiences are real. After all, someone who sees a few too many pink elephants may question almost anything he experiences, right?So here he is the neither hero nor anti hero narrator of these stories though in The Nonesuch he’s at least seen to be brave if not actually heroic. However, when you’ve done reading this small trilogy, you might like to ask yourself this: pitted against horrors like those in these stories, just how much of a hero would you be?

Shadows Over Innsmouth

SEVENTEEN CHILLING STORIES, INCLUDING THE ORIGINAL MASTERPIECE OF HORROR: THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH by H. P. LovecraftInspired by H. P. Lovecraft’s classic, today s masters of horror take up their pens and turn once more to that decayed, forsaken New England fishing village with its sparkling treasure, loathsome denizens, and unspeakable evil. ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD AGAIN by Neil Gaiman: The community of Innsmouth performs a blood sacrifice with shocking, terrifying results. THE CHURCH IN HIGH STREET by Ramsey Campbell: In the crypt of a derelict church, a sensible young man meets a besti*al, unthinkable fate. INNSMOUTH GOLD by David Sutton: An adventurer searches for buried treasure and discovers a slithering hell on earth. THE BIG FISH by Jack Yeovil: A few months after Pearl Harbor, a mobster and his floating casino lie under water, teeming with the stuff of nightmares. AND THIRTEEN MORE TERRIFYING TALES!

Hot Blood

Robert R. McCammon, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison, Ramsey Campbell and other masters of the macabre take readers into their private world of fear, fantasy, and fatal attraction in 24 tales of dread and debauchery, riveting stories of sex and terror…
the fresh fusion that is fast becoming America’s obsession. Reissue.

Hotter Blood: More Tales of Erotic Horror

In Hotter Blood, sex and horror are coupled to an ecstatic effect. This is the second in the provocative anthology series that defined a genre and spanned a generation. Grant Morrison’s Bram Stoker nominated The Braille Encyclopedia spearheads a collection of 24 original stories, with additional contributions from horror stars like Richard Laymon and Nancy Collins, comic book talents Kurt Busiek and John Byrne, and superstar horror director Mick Garris. Explore the dark side of having your lover in The Tub with you, find out when Confession isn t good for the soul, and feed your hunger for erotic horror with this delectable collection Cemetery Dance called Hotter Blood outstanding, Gauntlet labeled it aggressive and riveting, a virtual Who s Who of modern horror, and to 2AM Magazine, it s Amazing highly recommended.

Hottest Blood

A collection of erotic tales of horror features stories by Graham Masterton, Bentley Little, Rex Miller, Elizabeth Massie, David J. Schow, Matthew Costello, John Shirley, Thomas Tessier, Grant Morrison, and other established masters.

Deadly After Dark

The fourth sizzling collection in the Hot Blood series, no longer available in retail book stores. Here is terror and passion beyond the last taboo in an all new collection of erotic horror from today’s fright masters Jack Ketchum, Graham Masterton, Lucy Taylor and more.

Seeds of Fear

This is the original erotic horror anthology including works by Rex Miller, Bentley Little, J.N. Williamson, Billie Sue Mosiman, Edward Lee, Ronald Kelly, Kathryn Ptacek, P.D. Cacek and Stephen R. George, just to name a few. These top name horror writers bring you the freshest works guaranteed to raise goosebumps and scald the blood.

Stranger by Night

Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Graham Masterton, Brinke Stevens, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Lucy Taylor, Mike Newton, and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this series. Here are sex driven, horro laced, tales from master writers who follow no rules, except one hold back nothing.

Fear the Fever

An erotic horror anthology includes the works of such popular writers as Jack Ketchum, Edward Lee, Graham Masterton, Lucy Taylor, Bruce Jones, J. N. Williamson, P. D. Cacek, and Alan Brennert.

Kiss and Kill

Sixteen erotic horror stories include the tales of fantasy fulfilling cheerleaders, a modern den of sin and its centuries old acts of debauchery, and a competition over sexual conquest by two wives.

Crimes of Passion

This exciting installment in the erotic horror series takes readers into an underworld of provocative delights and painful demises, with bone chilling stories by such authors as Joyce Carol Oates, Lawrence Block, and Ramsey Campbell.

Dark Passions

Not all love is innocent. Some desires swallow you whole…
There’s more than meets the eye to the twenty twisted pleasures collected here, with death and desire lying in wait behind every corner. One goth girl finds the man whose love can make her beautiful and whose body can bring her ecstasy if she can stomach the price…
A zombie apocalypse destroys a man’s family, but ’til death do us part’ is a vow his wife won’t forget even if she’s now more on the undead side. A vampire hunter wakes up the morning after and has to discover what forbidden pleasures he indulged in the night before he suspects they might involve the drop dead gorgeous bloodsucker next door…
These and many more tales of sinister passion lie inside if you aren’t afraid of the dark…

Dark Delicacies: Original Tales of Terror and the Macabre by the World’s Greatest Horror Writers

In a truly distinguished collection of twenty superb, sublimely dark tales written especially for this volume, such acknowledged contemporary masters of horror fiction as Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Ramsey Campbell, Nancy Holder, Richard Laymon, Brian Lumley, Joe Lansdale, Whitley Streiber, F. Paul Wilson, and Chelsea Quinn Yarboro serve up a veritable feast of fear. For the first time ever, Dark Delicacies, the world’s foremost horror bookstore, lends its famous name and imprimatur to an anthology designed to please the palate of the genre s most discriminating fans. Throughout, the editors Del Howison co owner of Dark Delicacies and leading horror anthologist Jeff Gelb present perfectly crafted, freshly original horror fiction fare that is as terrifying as it is chillingly delicious.

Dark Delicacies II: Fear

In a second distinguished collection of twenty superb, sublimely dark tales written especially for this volume, such acknowledged contemporary masters of horror fiction as Barbara Hambly, John Farris, James Sallis, Steve Niles, Tananarive Due, L. A. Banks, and Gary Brandner serve up a veritable feast of fear. For the second time, Dark Delicacies, the world’s foremost horror bookstore, lends its famous name and imprimatur to an anthology designed to please the palate of the genre’s most discriminating fans. Throughout, the editors Del Howison co owner of Dark Delicacies and leading horror anthologist Jeff Gelb present perfectly crafted, freshly original horror fiction fare that is as terrifying as it is chillingly delicious.

Dark Delicacies III: Haunted

A stellar cast of horror writers comprise this third entry in the Dark Delicacies anthology series. These twenty one short works will examine and lay bare all the ways in which we are haunted both literally and figuratively. With a new novella from David Morrell and a short story Chuck Palahniuk is writing as a teaching class on his blog, interest in this anthology will prove that the third time is no trick and all treat! Includes contributions from: Kevin J. Anderson Clive Barker Michael Boatman Heather Graham Richard Christian Matheson David Morrell Chuck Palahniuk Victor Salva And many more!

The Book of Cthulhu

The Cthulhu Mythos is one of the 20th century”s most singularly recognizable literary creations. Initially created by H. P. Lovecraft and a group of his amorphous contemporaries the so called ‘Lovecraft Circle’, The Cthulhu Mythos story cycle has taken on a convoluted, cyclopean life of its own. Some of the most prodigious writers of the 20th century, and some of the most astounding writers of the 21st century have planted their seeds in this fertile soil. The Book of Cthulhu harvests the weirdest and most corpulent crop of these modern mythos tales. From weird fiction masters to enigmatic rising stars, The Book of Cthulhu demonstrates how Mythos fiction has been a major cultural meme throughout the 20th century, and how this type of story is still salient, and terribly powerful today. Table of Contents: Caitlin R. Kiernan Andromeda among the Stones Ramsey Campbell The Tugging Charles Stross A Colder War Bruce Sterling The Unthinkable Silvia Moreno Garcia Flash Frame W. H. Pugmire Some Buried Memory Molly Tanzer The Infernal History of the Ivybridge Twins Michael Shea Fat Face Elizabeth Bear Shoggoths in Bloom T. E. D. Klien Black Man With A Horn David Drake Than Curse the Darkness Charles Saunders Jeroboam Henley”s Debt Thomas Ligotti Nethescurial Kage Baker Calamari Curls Edward Morris Jihad over Innsmouth Cherie Priest Bad Sushi John Hornor Jacobs The Dream of the Fisherman”s Wife Brian McNaughton The Doom that Came to Innsmouth Ann K. Schwader Lost Stars Steve Duffy The Oram County Whoosit Joe R. Lansdale The Crawling Sky Brian Lumley The Fairground Horror Tim Pratt Cinderlands Gene Wolfe Lord of the Land Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. To Live and Die in Arkham John Langan The Shallows Laird Barron The Men from Porlock

In the Shadow of the Gargoyle

For centuries, they have watched over us. Leering from the arches and peaks of ancient cathedrals. Spreading their wings across hallowed doorways. Even decorating our homes in stony, silent elegance. Are they angels or demons? Sacred or profane? In the Shadow of the Gargoyle features fifteen original stories and two classic tales of the legendary gargoyle. The contributors range from bestselling masters to the hottest newcomers award winners, artists, musicians, and, yes, gargoyle collectors. Each of them experts at drawing blood from a stone…
Contributors include: Harlan Ellison Neil Gaiman Katherine Kurtz Brian Lumley Jane Yolen Charles L. Grant John Mason Skipp Nancy Holder Alan Rodgers Lucy Taylor Jo Clayton Don D’Ammassa Christa Faust Robert J. Harris Brian Hodge Caitlin R. Kiernan Marc Levinthal Melanie Tem Wendy Webb

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