The blood of the murdered cry out “Who will avenge our deaths? Who will bring the murderer to justice?”
Snowed in at a college dorm over Spring Break of 1996, a series of strange events cause Shane to question his sanity. But, when he stumbles upon evidence of a murder, he finds himself in a very dangerous situation. Can Shane survive the supernatural cat and mouse chase that ensues? Does he even
Night Shades offers a glimpse of the dark in each volume: bite-sized creepy fiction for your coffee break. Each instalment of Night Shades brings a glimpse of a new nightmare from authors both established and new, and this first collection features three stories full of suspense and horror.
Grace doesn’t understand why Mama always drags her to see her creepy Uncle Eddie. The victim of a horrific gunshot wound, Uncle Eddie is literally missing half of his brain. The devastating injury has left him near-catatonic, with only some basic motor functions and cognitive ability. But is there more to Uncle Eddie than meets the eye? As Grace will discover, not all ghosts are dead.
Raymond Fuller’s store shelves more than deli meat and potato chips. Raymond’s ghost lingers between the aisles, and when an old, living friend pays a visit, Ray is forced to relive the past. And payment is due.
It starts with little things: a chess game the kids shouldn’t know how to play, a game of hide-and-seek that goes on way too long, a strange voice just below the household noise... and the missing pounds of sugar.
Late spring in Tolliver, Texas, and Aisha has left college to visit her increasingly frail father, worried by his talk of the ‘horse head tree’ in his yard… but when she arrives, there’s far more waiting for her than she could possibly have imagined.
Stuck in the same small Connecticut town that’s held him back since birth, Eddie feels like he’s going nowhere… until the prospect of making some easy money lures him out to the ‘party house’ in the woods after dark.
"Don't ask where he comes from. You don't want to know."
It sounds like child’s play. Keep Tony’s giant rag doll Mophead in your home for a week and win the £1000 bet. The trouble is, everyone who tries gets scared out of their mind. Maybe they should listen to Tony’s parting advice: “He doesn’t like to be left on his own for too long. It only makes things worse . . .”