New York: HarperTorch, 2004-05-25. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 195 pages; spine creases, edge wear; All the beautiful people live in the idyllic village of Stepford, Connecticut, an affluent suburban Eden populated with successful, satisfied hubbys and their beautiful, dutiful wives. For Joanna Eberhart, a recent arrival with her husband and two children, it all seems too perfect to be true -- from the sweet, accommodating Welcome Wagon lady to all those cheerful, friendly faces in the supermarket checkout lines. But just beneath the town's flawless surface, something is sordid and wrong -- something abominable with roots in the local Men's Association. And it may already be too late for Joanna to save herself from being devoured by Stepford's hideous perfection.
London: Souvenir Press, 1995-10-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 301 pages; light edge wear to boards; In this chilling collection, banshees howl, graves open, unnamed horrors lurk in the shadows, and victims flee in terror from a doom they cannot escape.
Aerie Books, 1988. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 80 pages; edge wear; Complete and unabridged; Irving's classic tales of Ichabod Crane, Katrina Von Tassel and the Headless Horseman.
Undaunted Press, 2003. First Edition. Chapbook. Very Good. Dickerson, Russell. 56 pages; bit of light soiling to back cover; saddle-stapled chapbook. Contains: "Grave Watchers, Inc." by Eric S. Brown; "And The Dead Shall Rise" by Eric S. Brown; "Lady Rasputin" by Jason Brannon; "Playing With Dolls" by John Grover; "Bad Mojo" by Eric S. Brown; "Consequences" by John Grover; "Wendigo" by Eric S. Brown; "Dwellers of Oar Knob" by Eric S. Brown; "King of Hearts" by Jason Brannon; "The Touch" by John Grover; "Crawlspace" by Jason Brannon.
New York: Leisure Books, 1991-04. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 382 pages; edge wear, spine creasing, spine is somewhat out of square. No one lived there, no one dared - no one but the dead. It was a house haunted by grotesque apparitions of the unspeakable evil that had transpired there in. But to the great inventor Thomas Alva Edison, it was the perfect place to test his new device - a machine to speak with the dead. What he saw there left him a shaken man, determined to neutralize the strange, dangerous instrument and keep its terrible secret hidden away from the world until... Ben Kellogg and Laura Hawks unearth the long-buried apparatus and attempt to recreate Edison's experiment...
New York: Harcourt Children's Books, 1994-10-31. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Signed. 122 pages; slight edge wear, signed and inscribed by the author on the title page; Readers take a walk on the odd side with this fantasic collection of Burce Coville's best short stories--both classics and originals. "Deliciously chilling . . . well written . . . the plots . . . are always clear and characterizations deftly drawn".--School Library Journal.
New York: Roc Trade, 2005-10-04. First Edition. Trade Paperback. Near Fine. 336 pages; remainder mark on page ends; In this knockout anthology, today's most important writers of speculative fiction cruise the abnormal elements of society and find a new wave of underground disorder, poignant horror, dirty kisses, and necessary anarchy. Including never-before published stories by: Neil Gaiman, Steve Rasnic Tem, Kathe Koja, David J. Schow, Bentley Little, Poppy Z. Brite, Joe R. Lansdale, Jack Ketchum, Melanie Tem, Tanith Lee, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Lea Silhol, Freda Warrington, Elizabeth Massie, Brett Alexander Savory, Katherine Ramsland, Yvonne Navarro, Thomas S. Roche, Michael Marano, John Shirley, Brian Hodge, and Elizabeth Engstrom ...all at their most brilliant and most outrageous. Here are dangerous games between lovers, howls from the dark, voyeurs and their victims, disturbed wishes and bitter dreams. Unflinching, uncommon, and underground, these tales vibrate with new life.
New York: Ace Hardcover, 2006-09-05. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 291 pages; slight shelf wear to unread copy; To end an evil sorceress's reign, Aleric must find the alchemist behind her power, even if that means unleashing Pythia, the Lady of the Serpents, who is his old enemy and the seductress who ended his mortal life.
New York: Ballantine Books, 1989-05-06. Paperback. Good. 436 pages; some edge wear, spine creases. Ramses the Great lives but having drunk the elixir of life he is now Ramses the Damned, doomed to wander the Earth seeking to quell hungers for food, for wine and for women. When he awakens in the drawing room of a house in Edwardian London he becomes infatuated with a beautiful shipping heiress.
New York: Warner Books, 1998-05. Book Club. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 499 pages; light edge wear, corners bumped, some edge wear to jacket; Sold as a sex-slave for $1 million, Belladonna endures years of abuse at the hands of an anonymous English aristocrat and his peers. She escapes with her daughter and two servants and they settle in New York, opening a decadent nightclub, in the hope of luring those who abused her.
New York: Signet, 1988-06-03. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 338 pages; heavy creasing to covers, heavy edge wear, spine creasing; Misery is a nightmare only Stephen King could create--a terrifying story of an enormously successful author who is kidnapped by his "#1 fan". Coupling his experiences as one of the most popular authors of all time with his brilliant, unparalleled imagination, King has created another masterfully suspenseful, truly horrifying novel.
New York: Berkley, 1982-10-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 406 pages; spine and cover creasing, edge wear; Something is murdering the Nazi troops stationed in a remote castle high in the Transylvanian alps. Immediately an elite SS extermination squad is sent to destroy whatever enemy dares challenge the Third Reich. And the battle is joined--a battle more terrifying than anything ever experienced.
New York: St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2002-03. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 244 pages; faint spine creases, light edge wear; An Ivy League student hears noises in his empty dorm hallway. A stranger emerges from the shadows, claiming to be a fellow student. But nobody can see or hear this presence. Then an deadly accident happens. Thirty years later, somebody wants to relive the sins of the past.
New York: Crown, 1999-07-12. Book Club. Hardcover. Good. 450 pages; spine cocked, some edge wear to boards and jacket; An extroadinary thriller about the discovery of a new world miles beneath the surface of the earth and the nightmare consequences that ensue. In a remote Himalayan cave a group of New Age tourists led by a cynical American guide come across the mummified corpse of an RAF flyer. Before they can investigate the mystery all except the guide are ritually massacred. In Bosnia, an American Air Cavalry Patrol investigates a disturbance at a mass grave site and it's commander catches a fleeting glimpse of a creature straight out of a medieval morality play. We are on the verge of discovering a new frontier. And it lies beneath our feet. A global labyrinth of underground tunnels and caves, miles below the surface inhabited by immensely strong, savage devil like creatures. Hell exists.The world's armies respond to the threat and are slaughtered in the dark. From the panic comes a new resolve. Big business takes 1 look at the chasm and sees only the profits from the undiscovered mineral and oil deposits. The race for profit is matched by an intellectual investigation into the nature of the newly revealed satan. Will mankind destroy the new wilderness or will the descent destroy him?
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1983. Book Club. Hardcover. Good/Good. 279 pages; jacket is scuffed, faded, numerous small edge tears and edge wear; boards have some light edge wear and are slightly warped; Two congregations worship at the Holy Spirit Church. By day Catholics kneel at the altar of the tiny chapel in Kew Gardens, Queens. But at night the rafters echo with Satan's music. Feared by the Vatican and as old as Christianity itself, a terrifying alternate religion has flourished in the darkness for two millennia, keeping alive the blood rituals of the Middle Ages while embracing the gods of high technology. Preparing the way for the evil product of thousands of years of genetic engineering - the birth of the Monstrum - the anti-man and the death of humanity.
Victoria, BC: Perplexed Puffin Press, 2005. First Edition. Trade Paperback. New. 175 pages; "Present worlds, past worlds, future worlds, far distant worlds, and alternate worlds - this collection of fifteen short stories visits them all. These tales of science fiction, fantasy, alternate history, and quiet horror explore the realms of the possible, and at the same time delve into the darker side of human nature. The pages of Shelter from the Storm may provoke and disturb, but they will always entertain anyone who is willing to venture in.
New York: Signet, 1985-09-01. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 318 pages; heavy spine creasing, heavy edge wear, some cover creases; 'Thinner' - the old gypsy man barely whispers the word. Billy feels the touch of a withered hand on his cheek. 'Thinner' - the word, the old man's curse, has lodged in Billy's mind like a fattening worm, eating at his flesh, at his reason. And with his despair, comes violence.
Mahwah, NJ: Watermill Classics, 1980. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 132 pages; edge wear, some light soiling to white covers, previous owner's name inside cover; Includes: "The Telltale Heart"; "The Masque of the Red Death"; "The Oblong Box"; "Murders in the Rue Morgue"; "The Purloined Letter
GSHW Press, 2003. First - First edition. Trade Paperback. New. Signed. 192 pages; SIGNED by Michael Penncavage, John R. Platt, Harrison Howe, Neil Morris, and Shikhar Dixit; 18 Tales of Terror and Suspense from the Garden State Horror Writers including stories from : Shikhar Dixit, Jeff Allen, Meghan Fatras, J. D. Beebe, Neil Morris, Brian Pedersen, Karen A. Carpenter, Elaine Togneri, Jack Fisher, Harrison Howe, Carol MacAllister, Noreen Braman, Gabriele A. Rolle, Mary SanGiovanni & Shikhar Dixit, John R. Platt, Michelle Giles, and William Mingin. Foreword by Douglas Clegg; Afterword by Jack Ketchum.
New York: Fawcett, 1982. Mass Market Paperback. Fair. 317 pages; spine creasing, edge wear, bit of water staining to top right of cover and first few pages; The story of a young woman relentlessly pursued by an unquestioning evil, and one man's fight to save her. John Farris has written "The Fury", "Wildwood", "Son of the Endless Night" and "Bad Blood" and is one of America's leading horror writers.