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About JG Faherty
JG Faherty is the Bram Stoker Award®- and ITW Thriller Award-nominated author of 8 novels, 10 novellas, and more than 75 short stories. He writes adult and YA horror/sci-fi/fantasy, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness.
A lifelong resident of New York's highly haunted Hudson Valley region, JG grew up amid Revolutionary War graveyards, haunted roads, and woods filled with ghostly apparitions. His varied professional career includes working as a resume writer, laboratory manager, accident scene photographer, zoo keeper, scientist, and salesman. He began writing fiction in 2001, and his short stories, poetry, and articles have appeared in numerous magazines and anthologies.
For more information about his books, or to arrange signings or readings, visit www.jgfaherty.com, www.facebook.com/jgfaherty, or www.twitter.com/jgfaherty.
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Deeply-held beliefs can lead to factional wars, and it’s been said that more people have been killed in the name of some god than for any other reason.
The Crusades, the Inquisition, Northern Ireland, the Middle East, and many more...
SNAFU: Holy War offers high-action horror based around conflicts of religion, either overt or covert, featuring previous SNAFU favourites along with some of the best brand new writers working in the field today.
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The Horror Zine’s Book of Werewolf Stories is packed with original, never-before published stories of unique and contemporary takes on lycanthropy.
No Lon Chaney Jr. remakes here; instead, this spine-chilling anthology presents exciting, refreshing new ideas that won’t fail to impress even the most jaded horror readers.
Brought to you by the established, award-winning ezine and print magazine, only the best and most suspenseful tales can be found stalking the pages of The Horror Zine’s Book of Werewolf Stories.
Includes an introduction by Stephen Graham Jones, a foreword by WD Gagliani, and spine-chilling tales of lycanthropy from Ramsey Campbell, JG Faherty, Susie Moloney, Nancy Kilpatrick, and myriad other noteworthy authors.
Fifty years ago, Father Leo Bonaventura, a young exorcist, cast a demon out from a young boy in Central America. The demon, Asmodeus, vowed revenge. Now the demon has returned, in the same town where Bonaventura is a retired priest nearing the end of his life. In a series of not-so-coincidental events, the possession of a young girl brings together an unlikely group of people, all of whom are linked in their pasts in some way: A group of paranormal investigators, including twin psychics. Robert Lockhart, a defrocked priest with a dark secret that only the twins know. A father whose dead wife was a college girlfriend of Robert’s and once conjured an evil spirit with him through a Ouiji board. Now they must all join forces and help Father Bonaventura rid the town not only of Asmodeus, but also the plague of poltergeists that have followed the demon into our world.
FLAME TREE PRESS is the imprint of long-standing Independent Flame Tree Publishing, dedicated to full-length original fiction in the horror and suspense, science fiction & fantasy, and crime / mystery / thriller categories. The list brings together fantastic new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Table of Contents
1.ROOM SERVICE by Michael Schomaker
2.A TASTE FOR LIFE by Patrick Freivald
3.THE G.A.T.E. by James Pratt
4.LOST ALLEYS by Jeffrey Thomas
5.CIGARETTES AND MURDER by Kerry G.S. Lipp
6.THE TANK by Rob Smales
7.WHEN THEY TURN ON YOU by Maggie Carroll
8.THAT THING SHE USED TO CALL RING by Johannes Pinter
9.WATER by Jeani Rector
10.INDIAN CARPET by Chris Reed
11.THE CHASE by K. Trap Jones
12.THE MICROWAVE TOWER by Julianne Snow
13.CORPUS DELECTABLE by Sydney Leigh
14.LAST WORDS by S.C. Hayden
15.IN THE LONDON FOG by Doug Robbins
16.WORLDS COLLIDE AND THEN SEPARATE by Vince Liberato
17.STAY by Devlin Giroux
18.HUNT by Michael Schomaker
19.HEADLIGHTS by Mark Slade
20.SABBATICAL IN THE OHIO METHLABS by Joe McKinney
21.CHRISTMAS NIGHT by Christopher Conlon
22.THE MILE LOW CLUB by Rebecca Fung
23.PARTY FAVORS by Chris Leek
24.CAULIFLOWER by Chris Reed
25.SICKNESS UNTO DEATH by A.J. French
26.BLACK GOLD by Jeff McFarland
27.CRUEL MADAME by Naching T. Kassa
28.TATZELWURM by Nicholas Paschall
29.DAISY EYES by April Bullard
30.PARASITIC by C.L. Hesser
31.THE THING IN THE RIVER by J.T. Seate
32.TESTAMENT OF FLESH by Bruce L. Priddy
33.LOVER’S LAMENT by Marc Shapiro
34.ROBERT by Charles D. Bennett
35.URBAN LEGEND by J. T. Seate
36.THE ITCH by Julianne Snow
37.GONE AWRY by Adam Millard
38.SKIN SIN by Shaun Avery
39.THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY by Rick McQuiston
40.LIQUID: by Robert Friedrich
41.EVIL JIMMY by Michele Tallarita
42.CROSSROAD BLUES by Marc Sorondo
43.THOSE FOUR FALLS by Justin Hunter
44.STAY SCARED by Rick McQuiston
45.THE MEMORY OF LOVE by Peter Adam Salomon
46.THE EGG SAC by Ken MacGregor
47.SKRATTI by Nicholas Paschall
48.BLOODLESS by William Holden
49.SELF HELP by Raymond Gates
50.SCORNED by Winifred Burniston
51.*Bonus Tale* THE BOX by Matt Drabble
Authors included in this anthology:
Fiona L. Renton
Angela Yuriko Smith
Monica La Porta
S. Patrick Pothier
Karen Cutler Drecktrah
Brett J. Talley
Laura Kester Duerrwaechter
Frank W. Smith
Feel the magic of the season, the spirit of giving, the love of friends and family. Discover bright new worlds, blood-pumping adventures, true love and heartbreak as you explore the stories inside these covers.
For the sixth year in a row, authors from all over the world combined their efforts and talents to create the anthology in your hands. Not for fame or fortune, but to help those in need. Every dime raised from this anthology goes straight to those who provide the assistance to these people. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has been helping in ways we can never imagine for years, and we are happy to help support their efforts.
Please visit their website at www.ncadv.org for more information.
Fear casts a long shadow, and shadows take many shapes…
From award-winning editor, Jeani Rector, who brought you the terrifying anthology, WHAT FEARS BECOME, comes a wicked brew of spine-tingling fiction. Featuring never before published works from best-selling authors such as Bentley Little, Yvonne Navarro, Scott Nicholson, Melanie Tem, Elizabeth Massie, Earl Hamner, Simon Clark, Cheryl Kaye Tardif, Ronald Malfi, Lisa Morton, Jeff Bennington, JG Faherty and many others, this chilling collection of works also includes a foreword from Joe R. Lansdale.
From classic horror and exciting suspense to Twilight Zone-type speculative fiction with twisted endings, SHADOW MASTERS: An Anthology from The Horror Zine delves into the darkest corners of our nightmares and delivers the shivers.
Table of Contents
FOREWORD by Joe R. Lansdale
THE THING THAT WAS NOT THERE by James Marlow
RED VELVET by Shaun Meeks
THE END OF THE TRAIL by Bentley Little
SAME SEX VAMPIRE WEDDING by Garrett Rowlan
THE CHURCH by Matthew Wilson
HOLODOMOR GIRL by Yvonne Navarro
THE HUNG PREACHER by Scott Nicholson
THE UNKNOWN by Chris Castle
DON’T FEED THE DOG by Rick McQuiston
THE CLASSMATE by Melanie Tem
ABANDONED by Bruce Memblatt
WET BIRDS by Elizabeth Massie
FEARFUL SYMMETRY by Devon Carey
“COME DOWN TO THE STORE, MINERVA!” by Earl Hamner
THE PEOPLE EATERS by Christian A. Larsen
101 DAMNATIONS by Carl Barker
THE TIN HOUSE by Simon Clark
THE CELLAR by Tim Jeffreys
PIG by Michael Thomas-Knight
DREAM HOUSE by Cheryl Kaye Tardif
THE LAST MEMORY by Dominick Nole
THE WOOD WITCH by Jonathan Chapman
THE HOUSEWARMING by Ronald Malfi
I AM THE FEEDER by Christopher Hivner
RED INK by Lisa Morton
SASSAFRAS by John T. Biggs
TOMMY BOY by JM Cozzoli
WILLARD JUNCTION by Christopher Nadeau
SUKA: THE WHITE WOLF by Jeff Bennington
SEEING THE LIGHT by William C. Rasmussen
THEM OL’ NEGRO BLUES by JG Faherty
HAPPY CTHULHU TO YOU by Lance Zarimba
THE GREMLIN by David W. Landrum
FLAME OF FREEDOM by Aaron J. French
REANIMATED by Jeani Rector
THE FAMOUS FILM STAR by Jeani Rector
FOUNDLINGS by Dean H. Wild
- A man struggling to discover why all the people in his life are disappearing when he falls asleep.
- An accident in a mountain pass that turns into a deadly encounter with a mythical beast.
- A man who learns that the only thing worse than being a passenger on the train to Hell is being the engineer.
- A town where the dead coming back to life isn't the worst thing that can happen.
- A young couple who uncover a terrible secret in the town that has ostracized them for their sins.
- A science experiment gone wrong that could spell the end of mankind.
The collection also includes "The Lazarus Effect," a chilling post-apocalyptic story where survivors face off against godless undead, and a brand new novella-length sequel, "December Soul."
When Eddie Ryder is burned alive by fellow members of the Hell Riders motorcycle gang for ratting on them, he vows revenge with his dying breath. He returns as a ghost, with his custom motorcycle Diablo by his side. After he finds out he can possess people, he launches a campaign of vengeance that leaves plenty of bodies in its wake and the police in a state of confusion. Spouting fire and lightning from his fingers and screaming heavy metal lyrics as he rides the sky above the town of Hell Creek, he brings destruction down on all those who wronged him, his power growing with every death. Only Eddie’s younger brother, Carson, and the police chief’s daughter, Ellie, understand what’s really happening, and now they have to stop him before he destroys the whole town.
FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Rocky Point is a small town with a violent history. Mass graves, illegal medical experiments, and brutal murders dating back centuries. Of course, when Cory, Marisol, John, and Todd form the Cemetery Club, they know none of this. They’ve found the coolest place to party after school - an old crypt. But then things start to go bad. People get killed, and the Cemetery Club knows the cause: malevolent creatures that turn people into cannibal zombies. When no one believes them, they descend into the tunnels below the town and somehow manage to stop the killings.
Now it’s twenty years later, and the murders are happening again. The Cemetery Club must reunite to defeat the menace once and for all. Except they can’t remember how they did it.
It’s a race against time as they find the true source of the evil infesting Rocky Point and venture into the tunnels again to face their demons in a final showdown.
The Legend Continues…
Twenty-four heart-rending tales with elements of terror, mystery, and a nightmarish darkness that knows no end.
Welcome to my lake. Welcome to where dreams and hope are illusions…and pain is God.
- This anthology begins with Joe R. Lansdale’s The Folding Man, one of his darkest stories ever written.
- Kealan Patrick Burke’s Go Warily After Dark pulls us into a desolated world, and reminds us of the price of survival: a guilt that seeps into the marrow.
- Damien Angelica Walter’s Everything Hurts, Until it Doesn’t places us in the middle of a family whose secrets and traditions are thicker than blood.
- Jennifer Loring’s When the Dead Come Home explores a loss so dark, that even the stars are sucked into its melancholic vacuum.
In the spirit of popular Dark Fiction and Horror anthologies such as Gutted: Beautiful Horror Stories and Behold: Oddities, Curiosities and Undefinable Wonders, and the best of Stephen King’s short fiction, comes Crystal Lake Publishing’s Tales from The Lake anthologies.
This fourth volume of Speculative Fiction contains the following short stories:
- Jennifer Loring – When the Dead Come Home
- Joe R. Lansdale – The Folding Man
- Kealan Patrick Burke – Go Warily After Dark
- T. E. Grau – To the Hills
- Damien Angelica Walters – Everything Hurts, Until it Doesn’t
- Sheldon Higdon – Drowning in Sorrow
- Max Booth III – Whenever You Exhale, I Inhale
- Bruce Golden – The Withering
- JG Faherty – Grave Secrets
- Hunter Liguore – End of the Hall
- David Dunwoody – Snowmen
- Timothy G. Arsenault – Pieces of Me
- Maria Alexander – Neighborhood Watchers
- Timothy Johnson – The Story of Jessie and Me
- Michael Bailey – I will be the Reflection Until the End
- E.E. King – The Honeymoon’s Over
- Darren Speegle – Song in a Sundress
- Cynthia Ward – Weighing In
- Michael Haynes – Reliving the Past
- Leigh M. Lane – The Long Haul
- Mark Cassell – Dust Devils
- Del Howison – Liminality
- Gene O’Neill – The Gardener
- Jeff Cercone – Condo by the Lake
With an introduction by editor Ben Eads. Cover art by Ben Baldwin. Proudly represented by Crystal Lake Publishing – Tales from The Darkest Depths.
Additional book categories:
- Short stories
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The Halloween carnival seemed like the perfect way to spend a Friday night, but when a group of teenagers find themselves trapped in the haunted mansion, they learn the awful truth about the carnival, and the demons that run it.
Now they’re trapped, fighting their way through a maze of torturous attractions where vampires, werewolves, aliens, and other monsters come to life, eager for human blood. As the body count rises, friendships are made and lost, and unlikely heroes emerge.
The final showdown takes place in Hell, where the ultimate battle between good and evil will determine their fate.
The Carnival of Fear - the price of admission is your soul!
Readalikes for this book include Something Wicked This Way Comes, Vampire Circus, and The Eyes of the Beast
JG Faherty is a Thriller and Bram Stoker nominated author of numerous novels, novellas, and short stories.