Flame Tree Press
A sinister being called Night and her panther-like Harriers stalk their quarry, a man known only as Arron. Arron seeks refuge within an office building, a place Night cannot go, for it’s part of the civilized world, and she’s a creature of the Wild. But soon, amongst the twisting warps of the real world the hunter soon becomes the hunted.
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.
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.