The British Isles are the most haunted places on Earth. Ghosts shimmer through stately homes and humble cottages alike. They linger at lonely crossroads and walk the ancient trackways. But few people know much about them.
In the stories in this book Barbara portrays exactly how Boggarts, Banshees, Co-Walkers, the White Lady and the Old Hag really behave.
As you flit through these pages, you will begin to wonder if you are ever truly alone: there are unexplicable presences in bedrooms, extra passengers on buses; even your own car isn't safe. There are spectres who haunt either to hinder or to help, phantoms invited back by the living and those the living had best avoid. While some tales are scary, others are sad and a few just plain funny.
Monsters hunt through people’s dreams. They’re called phantoms, and they’re nearly unstoppable. They slip into the realities between night and morning when their victims are most vulnerable. The dream runners once fought them and protected humanity. As the centuries passed, their numbers dwindled. Mike Carpenter is the last dream runner.
En tant qu’inspecteur psi aux affaires d’homicides, Victor Bayne n’a pas beaucoup de temps à lui. Dégel vous offre un rare aperçu de sa vie en dehors des heures de service. Vous avez entendu parler de la série PsyCop, mais ne l’avez pas encore essayée ? Voici pour vous un avant-goût de Victor et de son petit-ami le séduisant Jacob.
Volume fifty-one in the saga of Dray Prescot of Earth and of Kregen, and the first book of the Spectre Cycle. Join Dray Prescot as he rides south from the port city of Zandikar on the inner sea of the continent of Turismond, the Eye of the World, with his blade comrade Seg Segutorio and the Princesses Velia and Didi of Vallia. Of course, as is the nature of Kregen, they face unexpected peril.
Daymares is a collection of seven disturbing little tales of terror by Kenya Moss-Dyme. Titles consisting of: Baby Mine, 1st of the Month, Junebug/The Flat Earth/ Ride, Her Things, Playground and A Colder Kind of Hell.