New horror anthology from Solaris editor Jon Oliver
Editor in chief at Solaris Books brings horror home in October with a collection of haunted house stories guaranteed to have the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end. This spooky collection is a must for horror and fantasy fans alike and is a real treat of a book from its’ creepy cover to the final page.
The tread on the landing outside the door, when you know you are the only one in the house…
The wind whistling through the eves, carrying the voices of the dead. ..
The figure glimpsed briefly through the cracked window of a derelict house…
The anthology includes chilling works by some of the finest writers working in the horror genre today, and includes:
“Objects in Dreams may be Closer than they Appear” by Lisa Tuttle
“Pied-a-terre” by Stephen Volk
“In The Absence of Murdock” by Terry Lamsley
“Florrie” by Adam L.G. Nevill
“Driving The Milky Way” by Weston Ochse
“The Windmill” by Rebecca Levene
“Moretta” by Garry Kilworth
“Hortus Conclusus” by Chaz Brenchley
“The Dark Space in The House in The House in The Garden at The Centre of The World” by Robert Shearman
“The Muse of Copenhagen” by Nina Allan
“An Injustice” by Christopher Fowler
“The Room Upstairs” by Sarah Pinborough
“Villanova” by Paul Meloy
“Widow’s Weeds” by Christopher Priest
“The Doll’s House” by Jonathan Green
“Inside/Out” by Nicholas Royle
“The House” by Eric Brown
“Trick of The Light” by Tim Lebbon
“What Happened to Me” by Joe R. Lansdale
Jonathan Oliver is the editor-in-chief of Solaris and Abaddon books and the author of Twilight of Kerberos: The Call of Kerberos. House of Fear is the second anthology he has edited. Jonathan has worked in publishing for 10 years and has an MA in Science Fiction.
Published: 14th October 2011
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