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ASBO: A Novel of Extreme Terror (by Iain Rob Wright)

(31 Jan, 2012)

YOUR FEAR IS THEIR ENTERTAINMENT... Andrew’s life is one of bored contentedness: a teenage daughter, a faithful wife, and a middle-class job. He even has a Mercedes. His life is without drama, and the comfort of middle-age is setting in. That all changes when he refuses to buy a pack of cigarettes for the local gang of youths. Led by the emotionally unstable, and sadistic, Frankie, the gang target A ...

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Ash (by James Herbert)

Pan (14 Mar, 2013)

Ash is James Herbert’s most controversial novel to date, and will make you wonder what is fact and what is fiction. They were miscreants with black souls, roaming the corridors and passageways. Infamous people thought long-deceased. Hiding and nurturing their evil in a basement full of secrets so shocking they would shake the world if they were ever revealed. David Ash, ghost hunter and parapycholog ...

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Blood Maidens (by Barbara Hambly)

Severn House Publishers Ltd (06 Sep, 2010)

It is 1911. War is coming and the Kaiser is trying to recruit vampires.

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Dolly (by Susan Hill)

Profile Books (05 Oct, 2012)

The remoter parts of the English Fens are forlorn, lost and damp even in the height of summer. At Iyot Lock, a large decaying house, two young cousins, Leonora and Edward are parked for the summer with their ageing spinster aunt and her cruel housekeeper. At first the unpleasantness and petty meannesses appear simply spiteful, calculated to destroy Edward's equanimity. But when spoilt Leonora is not given t ...

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Frankenstein (Wordsworth Classics): Or, the Modern Prometheus (by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley)

Wordsworth Editions Ltd (01 May, 1992)

Begun when the author was only eighteen and conceived from a nightmare, Frankenstein is the deeply disturbing story of a monstrous creation which has terrified and chilled readers since its first publication in 1818. The novel has thus seared its way into the popular imagination while establishing itself as one of the pioneering works of modern science fiction.

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Grave Secret (by Charlaine Harris)

Gollancz (04 Nov, 2010)

When she was 15, Harper Connelly was struck by a bolt of lightning, which left her with a spiderweb of red over her body, headaches, and episodes of weakness. Sometimes her right hand shakes. And she can find dead people. It's taken a while, but at last Harper's pretty happy with her life: she's making a living, using her unique talent to help people, and she's got a lover - her stepbrother Tolliver. That c ...

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Interview with the Vampire (Vampire Chronicles 1) (by Anne Rice)

Sphere (02 Oct, 2008)

In a darkened room a young man sits telling the macabre and eerie story of his life - the story of a vampire, gifted with eternal life, cursed with an exquisite craving for human blood.

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Mist In The Mirror (by Susan Hill)

Vintage (02 Sep, 1999)

This is a novel for readers who enjoy a good tale that is well told, and who find that nothing chills the blood as effectively as an old-fashioned, chain-rattling ghostly villain (The Times )

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Naomi's Room (by Jonathan Aycliffe)

Corsair (17 Oct, 2013)

Charles and Laura are a young, happily married couple inhabiting the privileged world of Cambridge academia. Brimming with excitement, Charles sets off with his daughter Naomi on a Christmas Eve shopping trip to London. But, by the end of the day, all Charles and his wife have left are cups of tea and police sympathy. For Naomi, their beautiful, angelic only child, has disappeared. Days later her murder ...

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Pet Sematary (by Stephen King)

New English Library (04 Feb, 1985)

The house looked right, felt right to Dr Louis Creed. A place where his family could settle, and the children could grow up and explore the rolling hills and meadows. Surely a safe place. Not a place to seep into your dreams, to wake you, sweating with fear and foreboding.

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The Clockmaker (by Ceri Williams, Drew Neary)

Matador (29 Apr, 2018)

The Clockmaker waits for you... A gripping supernatural novel set in post-blitz Scotland, the first of an upcoming series.“No man in this world may boast of his might, he is awake in the morning and dead at night.”Widowed in World War 2, Annette and her young son face a completely different life as they exchange the devastation of post-blitz London for the slow pace of a small village. The house they ha ...

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The Element Encyclopedia of Vampires (by Theresa Cheung)

Harper Element (01 Oct, 2009)

An A to Z of the Undead Bloodsuckers. Immortals. Nightstalkers. Cold ones. Though they've sported different names and different guises, vampires have existed in almost every culture of our world. They've haunted our darkest dreams, simultaneously invoking both fear and fascination. After all, the question still plagues us centuries later...do vampires actually exist? THE ELEMENT ENCYCLOPEDIA OF VAMPIRES exa ...

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