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Ugly
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Ugly
by Mick Garris

Cover Artwork by Tomislav Tikulin

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Being a doctor empowers you in ways civilians cannot imagine, and Terry has helped the rich and famous of Hollywood stay young and perfect for years past their prime. He thinks he's seen everything, but he hasn't seen someone like Brittany before.

I turned around in slow motion, reeling, and saw the repellent creature behind the counter staring at me. Even more repulsive, she was starting to smile. Her teeth were horrifically staggered.

"Maybe you should stay," she said, happily.

I tried to shake my head, but it just jerked spastically. I tried to speak, but my tongue was thick and my lips couldn't form the words. I just gulped and floundered like a goldfish dumped from its bowl onto the floor. And then this creature shambled out from behind the counter and crossed the room, her shadow growing as she grew closer until it dev

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Vacation
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Vacation
by Matthew Costello

A New Novel Inspired By The Classic Cemetery Dance Short Story!

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In the near future after a global crisis causes crops to fail and species to disappear . . . something even more deadly happens. Groups of humans around the world suddenly become predators, feeding off their own kind. These "Can Heads" grow to such a threat that fences, gated compounds, and SWAT-style police protection become absolutely necessary in order to live.

After a Can Head attack leaves NYPD cop Jack Murphy wounded, Jack takes his wife and kids on a much-needed vacation. Far up north is a camp called Paterville where families can still swim and take boats out on a lake... pretend that the world isn't going to hell.

But the Can Heads are never far away, and nothing is quite what it seems in Paterville...

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The Book of Baby Names
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The Book of Baby Names
by Norman Prentiss

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Sandra picked up the dull, saddle-stitched book. The child on the cover laughed, a mischievous gleam in her eyes. Water stains on the front cover blurred the outline of some of the child's teeth, making a few look sharp, like an animal's. But the girl laughed, so everything was okay.

Sandra didn't realize The Book of Baby Names was a work of fiction. And that the stories inside were horrifying....

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This mini-collection from Bram Stoker Award-winner Norman Prentiss contains six tales about sinister or endangered children. Features two never-before-published stories, "The Baby Truck" and "The Well-Adjusted Child," along with a new Foreword/Afterword that places all the tales in an additional disturbing context.

Published as a Hardcover Limited Edition:
• Limited to j

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Whispered Echoes
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Whispered Echoes
by Paul F. Olson

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An ancient voice speaks from the depths of a long-forgotten cave...

As a violent storm rages overhead, the scratching sounds begin in the cellar below...

A man inherits the family talent, but what price does that legacy demand...?

A return to the family homestead brings overwhelming memories, but the darkest memory of all still waits in the ravine out back...

An unassuming tourist quietly strolls through town, leaving devastation in his wake...

A late-night call from an abandoned camp brings a frightened cop face-to-face with his darkest fears...

A wild joyride ends with a surprise reunion and an encounter with the impossible...

A man searches for answers at an abandoned lighthouse and uncovers an unspeakable past...

Listen closely. You can hear them. The whispered echoes of

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Haven
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"Haven is a big, generous, Stephen King-like small town boys vs. monster epic."
— Stewart O'Nan, author of The Night Country and A Prayer for the Dying

Haven
by Tom Deady

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In 1961, the small town of Haven thought they'd gotten rid of their monster.

After a series of child killings, Paul Greymore was caught carrying a wounded girl. His face, disfigured from a childhood accident, seemed to confirm he was the monster the community hoped to banish. With Paul in prison, the killings stopped.

For seventeen years, Haven was peaceful again. But Paul served his time and has now returned to Haven--the town where he grew up, and the scene of his alleged crimes. Paul insists he didn't commit those crimes, and several townspeople believe him including the local priest, a young boy named Denny, and his best friend Billy.

Trouble is, now t

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