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Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction
“A loving examination of lurid pulp book covers from the 1970s and ’80s.”—Atlas Obscura
Celebrating the weird, gory, freaky, amazing horror fiction of the 70s and 80s. With vintage art, hilarious commentary, recommended reading, and poignant creator biographies, author Grady Hendrix covers everything from V. C. Andrews to R. L. Stine.
My Best Friend's Exorcism
“Think Mean Girls with demonic possession, set in 1988 Charleston. It’s funny, it’s heart-wrenching, it’s even a little spiritual, in a very strange way.”—Southern Living magazine
It's Beaches meets The Exorcist in this heartwarming & horrifying coming-of-age novel where two high school BFFs find their friendship tested when one of them is possessed by a demon.
We Sold Our Souls
“Kickass, horrifying, and smart as hell. It certainly earns my two horns up.”—Dread Central
A down-and-out former rocker travels across the Pennsylvania rust belt—from a celebrity rehab center to a satanic music festival—in search of her past band members, all to reclaim her life and literally her soul.
“An inventive, hilarious haunted house tale.”—Bustle
In this classic haunted house story, three employees volunteer for a dusk-til-dawn shift to uncover the strange happenings at their big box Swedish furniture superstore.
“By turns gruesome and compelling, fueled by a slow-burn tension, and full of in-jokes about contemporary Brooklyn culture, Winters's breezy summer read will leave readers compulsively scratching.”—Publishers Weekly
In this creepy crawly horror novel, Alex and Susan Wendt discover that their new Brooklyn brownstone is full of terrifying secrets — millions of terrifying, blood-sucking secrets!
“Disturbingly lovely...The Resurrectionist is itself a cabinet of curiosities, stitching history and mythology and sideshow into an altogether different creature. Deliciously macabre and beautifully grotesque.”—Erin Morgenstern, author of The Night Circus
One-third fictional biography, two-thirds coffee-table art book, and one hundred percent bizarre — The Resurrectionist pairs dazzling black-and-white anatomical drawings with a bizarre fantasy narrative set in late-19th-century Philadelphia.
Night of the Living Trekkies
“Lovers of the zombie genre will definitely breeze through this book, while Star Trek fans will revel in the abundance of in-jokes and shout-outs to their beloved franchise.”—Geeks of Doom
Jim Pike, veteran and assistant manager of a small hotel in downtown Houston, finds himself surrounded by hundreds of costumed Klingons, Vulcans, and Ferengi — plus a strange virus that transforms its carriers into savage, flesh-eating zombies! Dressed in homemade uniforms and armed with prop phasers, Jim must deliver a ragtag crew of fanboys and fangirls to safety.