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Adams, John Joseph - By Blood We Live
Edited by John Joseph Adams (Wastelands, The Living Dead), BY BLOOD WE LIVE is 200,000+ words of the best in vampire fiction. Thirsty? By Blood We Live will satisfy your darkest cravings...

 



Adams, John Joseph - The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The game is afoot! Night Shade Books is proud to present the improbable adventures of the world's greatest detective... mystery, fantasy, science fiction, horror; no genre can escape the esteemed detective's needle-sharp intellect and intuition...

 



Adams, John Joseph - The Living Dead
"When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth..."

Edited by John Joseph Adams (Wastelands), The Living Dead is 230,000 words of zombie fiction (about 38 stories or so), collecting the best tales from Book of the Dead, Still Dead, and Mondo Zombie, along with the best zombie fiction from other sources.

 



Adams, John Joseph - The Living Dead 2
Because every great zombie deserves a sequel.

Readers eagerly devoured The Living Dead. Publishers Weekly named it one of the Best Books of the Year, and Barnes & Noble.com called it "The best zombie fiction collection ever." Now acclaimed editor John Joseph Adams is back for another bite at the apple -- the Adam's apple, that is -- with 44 more of the best, most chilling, most thrilling zombie stories anywhere, including virtuoso performances by zombie fiction legends Max Brooks (World War Z, The Zombie Survival Guide), Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), and David Wellington (Monster Island).

 



Baker, Kage - Dark Mondays
Kage Baker, celebrated creator of the Company novels and the standout collection Mother Aegypt now brings together pirates, primates, eldritch horrors, maritime ghosts, and much more in Dark Mondays. This captivating new collection of fantastic short fiction is sure to cement her reputation as one of the most original storytellers working in the fantasy and speculative fiction genres today.

Dark Mondays features five never-before-published stories, including the forty-one-thousand word pirate novel, "The Maid on the Shore," which chronicles the lesser known aspects of Captain Henry Morgan's infamous sacking of Panama City.

 



Baker, Kage - Mother Aegypt
A brand new short story collection from Kage Baker, including an original novella, Mother Aegypt.

 



Barron, Laird - The Croning
From Laird Barron, Shirley Jackson Award-winning author of The Imago Sequence and Occultation, comes The Croning, a debut novel of cosmic horror.

 



Barron, Laird - The Imago Sequence and Other Stories
Nine terrifying stories by one of the new masters of horror!


 



Beamer, Amelia - The Loving Dead
Girls! Zombies! Zeppelins!

If Chuck Palahniuk and Christopher Moore had a zombie love child, it would look like THE LOVING DEAD, a darkly comic debut novel by Amelia Beamer.

 



Bear, Elizabeth - The Chains that You Refuse
Routinely defying genre boundaries and exhilarating her readers, Elizabeth Bear's short fiction demonstrates why she is one of the most exciting young writers in the genre.

 



Cady, Jack - Rules of '48
Master storyteller Jack Cady's final novel, Rules of '48, is a stirring semi-autobiographical examination of changing social conventions, and the development of the American conscience in the aftermath of the greatest war in history. In a city with roots deep in the Confederacy, five men endure seven deadly weeks that forever alter their perceptions of the world.

 



Cooper, Seamus - The Mall of Cthulhu
When Ted stumbles onto a group of Cthulhu cultists planning to awaken the Old Ones through mystic incantations culled from the fabled Necronomicon, calling forth eldritch horrors into an unsuspecting world, he must spring into action, traveling from Boston to the seemingly-peaceful suburbs of Providence and beyond, all the way to the sanity-shattering non-Euclidian alleyways and towers of dread R'lyeh itself, in order to prevent an innocent shopping center from turning into... The Mall of Cthulhu...


 



Datlow, Ellen - Best Horror of the Year 1
What frightens us, what unnerves us? What causes that delicious shiver of fear to travel the lengths of our spines? It seems the answer changes every year. Every year the bar is raised; the screw is tightened. Ellen Datlow knows what scares us; the twenty-one stories and poems included in this anthology were chosen from magazines, webzines, anthologies, literary journals, and single author collections to represent the best horror of the year.

 



Datlow, Ellen - Best Horror of the Year 2
What frightens us, what unnerves us? What causes that delicious shiver of fear to travel the lengths of our spines? It seems the answer changes every year. Every year the bar is raised; the screw is tightened. Ellen Datlow knows what scares us; the seventeen stories included in this anthology were chosen from magazines, webzines, anthologies, literary journals, and single author collections to represent the best horror of the year.

Legendary editor Ellen Datlow, winner of multiple Hugo, Bram Stoker, and World Fantasy awards, joins Night Shade Books in presenting the Best Horror of the Year.


 



Datlow, Ellen - Best Horror of the Year 4
What scares you? What frightens you? Horror wears new faces in these carefully selected stories.

 


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