In the classic tradition of The Woman in Black, Anita Frank weaves a spell-binding debut of family tragedy, loss and redemption.
Jeff VanderMeer 's deeply strange and brilliant new novel extends the meditation on the central question of non-human sentience in his earlier work.
For Harlowe, life has never been a straight line. Shipped off to live with her grandparents after a mysterious cult killed her mother and father, she has grown up chasing the question behind the curve, becoming part of a teen detective agency.
A group of 13-year-old boys go hiking on the moors of South West England -- and gradually begin to disappear, one by one.
The Lost Girls is a dark and twisty supernatural thriller, perfect for fans of Stephen King and Neil Gaiman.
A compelling and atmospheric gothic thriller, In the Night Wood reveals the chilling power of myth and memory.
Based on the true story of The Donner Party, The Hunger is an eerie, shiver-inducing exploration of human nature, pushed to its breaking point.
For fans of Black Mirror and True Detective, a visceral high-concept thriller about a psychologist who must protect the life of an eleven-year-old girl whose ability to remember past lives makes them both targets of a merciless killer.
This dark, captivating audiobook will send listeners into a twisted version of the world they will be thankful not to inhabit.
In John Darnielle's haunting and masterfully unsettling Universal Harvester, Iowa's once placid fields and farmhouses are sinister and imbued with loss and instability and profound foreboding.
Like an unholy hybrid of Beaches and The Exorcist, My Best Friend's Exorcism blends teen angst, adolescent drama, unspeakable horrors, and a mix of 80s pop songs into a pulse-pounding supernatural thriller.
Rich and engrossing, Waking the Moon is a seductive postfeminist thriller that delves into an ancient feud, where the real and magical collide, and one woman is forced to make a decision that will change the world.
A poised and simmering tour-de-force, Follow Me to Ground is a sinister vision of desire and freewill, voiced in earthy prose and eviscerating detail by an astoundingly original new writer.
Andy Davidson spins a thrilling tale of love and duty, of loss and discovery. The Boatman's Daughter is a gorgeous, horrifying novel, a journey into the dark corners of human nature, drawing our worst fears and temptations out into the light.
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