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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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Soon, however, Polly starts to realize that something is very wrong with their new home. For one thing, strange noises in the middle of the night hint at a mysterious presence. For another, she begins to hear stories about the land beneath the house. When strange forces attack both Polly and her son, she realizes she has to escape, but she finds instead that Crowford Rise isn't quite so willing to let anyone go. What really happened when the new houses were built? What malevolent entity lurks in the shadows? And what was once buried deep below the new estate?
The Graves of Crowford Rise is the twelfth book in the Ghosts of Crowford series. Each book is a standalone story, and there's no need to read them in any particular order.
Dark forces are reaching out to Sister Margaret in her final moments, and the ghostly figure of a missing woman stalks the convent's corridors. What really happened to Sister Rose when she disappeared many years ago, and why does her spirit seek revenge? The answers can be found deep beneath the convent, where an even deadlier secret waits for its chance to escape.
The Second Veil is the second book in the Chronicles of Sister June series. Each book tells a self-contained story, although readers are advised to start with the first book.
Something is lurking in the depths of the castle. Something has been captured and chained up, ready to be examined. Whatever it is, this 'thing' is desperate to be free and begs June to show mercy. She trusts her superiors and refuses to intervene, even when she hears cries of agony coming from the torture chamber, but is her faith in Father Ravenscroft misplaced?
As a snowstorm threatens to destroy the castle, a deadly force prepares to show its hand. Will June discover the truth in time, or is she destined to become nothing more than a pawn in a game that has been running for centuries?
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?
Something is still lurking in the shadows, threatening to shatter Rachel's world forever. What is the price of a perfect life? Is Rachel willing to pay that price? And what will happen if Harlham Hall's final secret is revealed to the world?
This is the sixth and final part of the six-part Wax serial. The story features scenes of horror and violence.
Brad, meanwhile, is getting to the bottom of one of the mysteries of the house. As he learns about Bernard's plans, he begins to understand exactly what's wrong with Evelyn. Can he warn Rachel in time, or does Bernard have a very different, much more macabre scheme up his sleeve?
This is the third part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
Many years ago, young Bernard Hartmann met a woman who worked for his father's company. Their love would change many lives forever, and would awaken a powerful force. They thought they could control what they'd discovered, and they found out far too late that they were about to fall victim to an extreme power. But could they save their child?
This is the fourth part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
Meanwhile, Evelyn faces a choice of her own. She knows what she is, and she knows the damage that she's causing. Is she willing to let so many other people suffer, just so that she can cling to a life of pain and horror?
This is the fifth part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
At first, Harlham Hall seems to be an unlikely prospect. A strange old man lives in the cluttered rooms, constantly fussing over his collection of old phonograph recordings. Drifting from one fractured memory to the next, Bernard Hartmann is barely able to remember his name, yet he's haunted by strange noises and by a presence that mostly lurks in the shadows.
What really happened to Evelyn Cassidy all those years ago? Has she been hiding from her daughter, or trying to protect her? And why does a young girl wait in the forest, seemingly trapped in a series of terrifying encounters?
This is the first part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
Meanwhile Brad tries to discover a little more about Harlham Hall and its mysterious inhabitants. A strange little girl seems to be haunting the house's grounds, while unusual equipment in a garage suggests that Bernard has plans of his own. And then, late one night, Brad make a terrifying discovery.
This is the second part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
Something sinister is lurking in Crowford, something that seems to have ties to the railway line. Mandy makes a new friend who warns her about a ghost that haunts the tunnel, while John is unnerved by claims of a mysterious figure that can sometimes be spotted on one of the platforms at the station. Are these two stories connected? And if they are, does a ghostly warning hint at impending tragedy?
The Haunting of Crowford Station is the eleventh book in the Ghosts of Crowford series. Each book is a standalone story, and there's no need to read them in any particular order.
She's trapped inside a haunted house.
Not even knowing her own name, the woman starts searching for clues. The strange sounds continue. Is she truly alone, or are there others in the house? And if there are others, are they friend or foe? After making her first shocking discovery, the woman begins to fear the worst. Time is running out. The doors and windows are sealed shut. Nothing makes sense, but a grandfather clock in the hallway seems to offer clues.
Who is this woman? What was she doing in the house before she lost her memory? And even if she remembers in time, will she be able to stop the evil that lurks in the shadows?