Women in a rural Pennsylvania town begin to disappear, as they are lured into the woods by a creature resembling the Greek God Pan. You won’t want to put down this hybrid of contemporary magic and Greek mythology.
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A mysterious creature is seen roaming through this rural Amish Pennsylvania backdrop. With vivid imagery Egolf describes the rich landscape and wanderings of the werewolf-like being, and its encounters with the locals. Satirical humor adds to the flavor of this tale.
A mental patient in a hospital that’s about to close is ranting about the coming of the end of the world. Is it just the ravings of a lunatic or does he know for sure? This fast-paced novel filled with Lovecraftian creatures will chill you to the core.
In this first of a series in a world where vampires are thought to be extinct, a new murder looking strangely like a vampire attack is being investigated. Pennsylvania state trooper Caxton is on the case, but she soon realizes the perpetrator is after more than just blood.
This short story collection includes a Johnstown Flood horror tale from 1889, as well as stories set in other U.S. cities, in this selection of contemporary paranormal fantasy that showcases Kiernan’s broad talent.
Published in 1798, this horror tale is one of the first novels published in America. In it Brown tackles the important issues of colonial life with Gothic imagery.