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About Amy Cross
Amy Cross is the author of more than 200 horror, fantasy and science-fiction novels. Her books include Asylum, The Farm and the Ghosts of Crowford series. She has also written several collections of horror short stories, including Perfect Little Monsters, Twisted Little Things and Dark Little Wonders. She lives in the UK.
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Desperate to get away from his troubles in London, Andrew heads to Marsh House and sets about trying to fix it up. Between rotten floorboards and bug infestations, he's got his work cut out for him. And that's before he even notices the strange noises in the night, and the fact that a strange presence is watching his every move.
When he invites a new friend to move in with him, everything changes. Andrew might not have paid attention to the darker side of Marsh House, but his new guest quickly realizes that something's very wrong. Does the ghost of a long-dead woman still haunt the house, cursing anyone who dares to fall in love? And is this malevolent entity somehow also responsible for the death of a local woman whose body was found on the beach?
And by the time he uncovers the shocking truth, will it be too late for Andrew to ever return to his old life?
The Ghosts of Marsh House is a horror story about a man who's trying to run from his own mistakes, and about a woman who'll stop at nothing to make others pay for her misery.
She soon discovers that the explanation is far darker and more horrific than anything she could ever have imagined.
Trapped in a nightmare and forced to confront an ancient evil, Emily finds that she has inadvertently stumbled upon a creature that has long preyed upon children. Can she get her son back, and can she make sure that no-one else ever has to suffer again?
The Horror of Devil's Root Lake is the story of a woman who refuses to accept the facts surrounding her child's death, and of an ancient evil that has never stopped feeding – even though no-one believes that it's real. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2016 book.
Arriving in the city for a short break, Penny and Steve are looking forward to a week of sun, sea and sand. Those plans are ruined, however, when Steve thinks he recognizes a woman at the hotel bar. Ten years ago, he dated a girl named Annabelle, but the relationship ended badly. The woman at the bar looks a little like Annabelle, not enough for him to be certain that it's her, but enough for him to worry.
Soon, Steve finds himself drawn into a nightmare. He's starting to see the strange woman everywhere, and now he's worried that he's being followed. Has Annabelle returned to his life? If so, has she turned up in Barcelona by accident or by design? And how is her apparent appearance connected to the strange noises and flickering lights that can be heard every night, coming from room 119?
Others, however, have a different plan.
Determined to deliver their own kind of justice, several people from the local town have come up with a plan to get hold of Morton Kane's corpse. They want to show him exactly what they think of him, and they think they've found the perfect location. They're about to discover, however, that there are some matters that should be left well enough alone.
As Dorothy struggles to decide whether or not to join the mob, something strange happens to Morton Kane's body. The man has been executed, and after that his body was savagely beaten. So how is he able to get to his feet and set about exacting revenge of his own? And what will happen if he goes too far?
While Edgar works on his plan, Madeleine tries to discover the truth about the mysterious new arrival. After entering Joe's mind, she finds that someone has been there before her, and a deadly weapon looks set to strike the Le Compte family. With help from her nephew Sebastian, Madeleine tries to uncover the mystery surrounding Joe's past, but should she be paying more attention to her troubled niece Elspeth?
This is the fourteenth book in the long-running Dead Souls saga. Each book ends with a cliffhanger, and readers are advised to start at the beginning.
“You have to go and check on Mary Moore! She's at Fenford Cottage, about ten miles out of Bilside. You have to hurry!”
This particular phone call has been made many times before.
For Sergeant Ben Warner, working his first night shift as a police officer in a small English village, the message seems alarming. His superior, however, tells him not to worry. After all, Fenford Cottage has been abandoned for years, and no-one lives there. The call can, as always, be safely ignored.
But Ben's determined to investigate. As he heads out to the cottage in the dead of night, he has no idea that he's about to find himself drawn into the heart of a terrifying mystery. Fenford Cottage might have been abandoned, but that doesn't mean that it's entirely empty. And when he meets the mysterious Mary, Ben quickly discovers that dark forces are at work.
Mary is a ghost story about a man who's determined to do the right thing, and about a woman wrestling with a terrifying presence. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2020 novel.
At first, May's glad to have found Paula, but she soon discovers that her new friend is hiding something. As an old online relationship starts to bleed into the real world, May realizes that Paula might not be a stranger after all. But can anything prepare her for the horrific secret that she's about to uncover?
Friend From the Internet is a horror story about two girls trying to hide from a killer, and about the dangerous obsessions that can threaten reality itself.
As June continues her investigation, she's forced to confront a shocking crisis of faith. When tragedy strikes, all her certainties begin to fade and she finds herself questioning some of her deepest beliefs. Can she discover the truth about Bastiani, or will he bring her entire world crashing down? And what other sinister force is lurking in the shadows, waiting to make its move?
The Fourth Shadow is the fourth book in the Chronicles of Sister June series. Each book is a standalone story, but readers are advised to begin with the first volume.
Laura starts to experience a series of intensely vivid waking dreams in which she's transported to the seventeenth century. Back then, a terrifying priest-hunter named Nykolas Freeman roamed the countryside, searching for fresh victims. Anyone who stood in his way soon paid for their defiance – with their lives. And some say that Freeman is still out there, forever hunting the few priests who got away.
Laura soon discovers that the past and present are about to collide. Many years ago, a priest hid in the walls of Baxendale House. Is he still there, and is he still in danger? And does Laura's little sister Suzie hold the key to ending the horror?
This is the first book in the Nykolas Freeman series. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2015 book.
When Casey starts a new job at the airport, she soon discovers that the departure hall is a spooky place at night. The spirits of the dead linger in the shadows, watching the living and desperately trying to issue a terrible warning.
Another tragedy is about to take place.
After all, no-one ever truly got to the truth about the Hexley disaster. Now a sinister force is on the move again, determined to repeat his actions and cause more death. As a powerful snowstorm hits the airport, can Casey work out what really happened before a killer strikes again?
The Ghosts of Hexley Airport is a horror novel about a tragedy that was never solved, and about the determination of the dead to gain vengeance. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2017 book.
Meanwhile, Edgar is distracted by matters closer to home. An ancient evil has begun to spread its influence across the island, and its first target is his sister Madeleine. Can Edgar find a way to save her, or will he choose to sacrifice his entire family in order to save the world?
This is the ninth book in the long-running Dead Souls saga. Each book ends with a cliffhanger, and readers are advised to start at the beginning. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2014 book.
Stuart Munver is looking for gold. Desperate for success and wealth, Munver has become a driven man who'll stop at nothing in his quest for glory. When he too is stuck in the snowstorm, he finds himself in the same cabin as Garrett. Could the item in Garrett's wagon be worth more to Munver than all the gold in the world?
Meanwhile, in the present day, two archaeologists come across the cabin, and their investigation soon turns up some strange and horrifying evidence about what really happened on that awful night.
The Purchase is a horror novel about two strange men, a bizarre ritual, and the true cost of coming back from the dead. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2019 book.