Nineteen short tales by some of today's most popular writers celebrate the adventures of the living dead, in an anthology that includes David Liss's "What Maisie Knew," Aimee Bender's "Among Us" and
The dead have always stalked the dark corners of the earth. Since World War II, the number of zombie outbreaks has increased every year, while governments desperately try to cover up the
When a floating city becomes the target of a rash of vampire attacks, only one man can restore the oasis. "The City," a tiny metropolis of a few hundred sheltered citizens floating
The internationally popular writer of dark fantasy narrates the story of two affluent American families, a young woman, and the epic battle she ignites between them that raises the forces of evil.
The horrors of the Spanish Inquisition, with its dungeon of death, and the overhanging gloom on the House of Usher demonstrate unforgettably the unique imagination of Edgar Allan Poe. Unerringly, he touches
"Mrs. Rahlo's Closet": It was a simple request, really. All the aged landlady asked of the young medical student who rented a room in her decaying home was to refrain from opening
"If a ghost is seen, what is it interests me less than than what sees it?" Thus Algernon Blackwood describes his fascination with human beings' ability to sense invisible powers and stirrings