Flame Tree Press
Tower of Fear is a lost Karloff and Lugosi film. Researcher Sandy Allan vows to track it down. She learns how haunted the production was and survivors are, and becomes haunted herself. The film contains a secret of Redfield, a titled family. For fertility the Redfield land demands a sacrifice and a band of ideal victims is heading there.
No one is safe. The residents of a small, forgotten neighborhood are being watched, stalked and harassed by someone or something, and they seem powerless to stop it. As the death toll mounts, these desperate people embark down a path of self-destruction driven by fear, politics and technology. The results are all-too-real and terrifying.
Harper holds the Gift of Divination. Red is the infamous Reynard the Fox, fugitive shapeshifter. When the past finds Red, they are both taken to the Kingdom of Vale within Underneath so Red can pay for his crimes. With the Rot drawing on the hatred of all, Harper and Red realize they must reconcile and work together to save Vale.
At a weekend house-party at ancient Canonbury Manor, Alli is caught between fantasy and reality in the life of a famous singer from the Sixties, who reportedly killed herself there. Buried deep below, evil now infests the once-holy building. As Alli is drawn in ever-deeper, she is about to learn her role in the after-death of Charmian Rand.
Christi Nogle’s finest psychological and supernatural horror stories. Their rural and small-town characters confront difficult pasts and look out to promising but often terrifying futures. The stories share themes of trauma and resilience, with a focus on characters’ psychologies, and a sense of the gothic in contemporary life.
Using magic in her realm is forbidden and because of this, Cassia is abducted by the king of Selene. In a frantic attempt to escape him, Cassia, Lucas and their friends flee Selene in search of allies. But in this new realm they discover that all its inhabitants are afraid of the dark and the shadows lurking within it.
After a fateful confrontation with her former ally, Amira Valdez is on the run, pregnant with her own clone and desperate. All her hopes lie with finding Nova, the first human clone, to solve the greatest riddle in human history – how to preserve human consciousness after death.
After near-death at the hands of her witch-hunting ex, running away to a woodland town that nobody goes to, and nobody comes from, seemed like a great idea to Anna—until the Whispers came.