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“It is a real roller-coaster, packing in twists galore; plenty of gore, fascinating theologies and memorable protagonists.”
Reservoir Dogs meets Alice In Wonderland, infected by the cosmic terror of HP Lovecraft.
An epic tale of fantastical horror, as a group of teenagers get caught up in an apocalyptic plot involving criminal underlords, religious sects and sadistic maniacs.
With bloodthirsty unicorns, gun totting gangsters, ancient cults and demon spawn, The Exchange is a wild ride, unlike anything Park has put out before.
“I bet you will be thinking about it for a long time after you finish it.”
Venus and her sister planet concludes their 3,000 year cycle. Stargazers amass to witness this once-in-a-lifetime event, but not Mark, his life is about to change.
Mark’s chance encounter with the cold but intangibly-carnal Kiko sets him plummeting into free-fall. Kim, his emphatic but emotionally-charged wife moonlights with a shadowy organisation whose intentions are far from transparent. She needs to blame someone for the disappearance of their daughter twenty years ago. No solace is offered by her egocentric therapist who’s engrossed in his own agenda.
Plagued by visions, Mark struggles to maintain his grip on reality and descends into a vividly-violent web of darkness. As Mark’s world spirals beyond his control, it’s quite possible this cycle will not end smoothly.
“More savage than Rottweiler on meths with its nads caught in barbed wire.”
Kit Power is back with a collection of four stories, and with Genesis, he takes to the a place before Godbomb! to reveal the motivations behind the insane plans of Issac.
A Cyclist is knocked unconscious on his way home and wakes up in a nightmare…
A devoted husband begins to suspect all is not well with his marriage…
A desperate family man, running out of time and options, turns to an old schoolmate from the wrong side of the tracks – looking for work – any work…
A young man’s world is thrown into chaos as his father is abducted…
Four tales of people pushed to BREAKING POINT
“A wonderful collection which should have something for every taste, provided your tastes run to sleepless nights, nervous glances and jumping out of your skin..” Shaun Hutson
The Sinister Horror Company is proud to present The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Two, featuring stories from Shaun Hutson, Graham Masterton, Laura Mauro, William Meikle, Lindsey Goddard, Matt Shaw, Sam Stone, Rich Hawkins, Jasper Bark, J R Park, Duncan P Bradshaw, Daniel Marc Chant, Lily Childs, Nathan Robinson, Jack Rollins, Dani Brown, Dr Lynne Campbell, Paul M Feeney, Rebecca S Lazaro, Tim Clayton, Stuart Park, a foreword from Chris Hall (DLS Reviews) and an afterword from Howard Gorman (Scream Magazine).
All profits from the sale of this publication will go to Alzheimer’s Research UK.
“His characters are superb. His story is superb. The idea behind the story will have every person who loves horror of old smiling from ear to ear.”
You don’t play it…it plays you.Hemsby is thriving; a seaside town on the up. The holidaymakers are flooding in, and so is the money. For the majority of those who live there, the resort is idyllic.But not for Jamie Garrett. Fifteen years old and bored to tears, Hemsby is the last place he wants to be. Aside from the occasional sea rescue, nothing exciting ever happens.
That’s about to change as a mysterious new game arrives at the beach-front arcade. No one knows of its origin, or the rules of the game, but soon it is the talk of the resort, attracting children far and wide with its complex gameplay and surreal graphics.When the children of the resort become the perpetrators of uncharacteristic and brutal violence, Jamie realises that it is a side-effect of the game, and sets out to pull the plug on the machine before it is too late.
“A delicious slice. Witty and well-written, ‘Bitey Bachman’ will leave you eager for a second serving.”
A digital exclusive short story, available on Amazon for Kindle.
Brian, a regular guy (despite his love of a certain musical), just wants to finish up his long and weird night at work in peace. Unfortunately, life has other plans for him. Working at a mental institution for the criminally insane can be a bit chaotic on a normal day, but on this particular night, Brian finds that things get a bit out of hand. A hysterical patient here, the jab of the wrong needle there, and all hell breaks loose. Short-staffed, expecting a useless trainee any minute, and obligated to work overtime to help out his peach of a boss, Brian isn’t having the best of nights. Things only get worse when a body goes missing and certain individuals get a bit bitey. Luckily, the trainee turns up just in time…To render him unconscious.
Luckily for Brian, this is the night he’s always been planning for.
“An extremely well written, very creepy story that will not only scare you but will make you sit back afterwards and think that was bloody good fun!”
When Dominic and Sandy Wight leave their council home for the picturesque Lovels St Maur, they can’t wait to move in to Bridgewater Rise. Dilapidated but charming, the new house is everything they have worked for. There’s even a stray cat waiting outside to welcome them.Adored by the couple’s daughter, Christina, he rapidly becomes a part of the family. But Mr Robespierre is anything but a welcome visitor, and with his arrival a darkness falls over Bridgewater Rise. Thunderstorms rage, objects move on their own and mysterious noises can be heard throughout the house. For behind Mr Robespierre’s eyes lays an unquenchable evil. A powerful and hungry malcontent that threatens to take everything that the Wight’s hold dear to them and will let nothing and no one stand in its way.
Soon the family will have to do everything they can to escape, but how can you fight nine lives… with three?
“I think I’ve just read the best book I’m likely to read in 2015. Godbomb! is that good. No, not just good. It’s great.”
Somebody wants answers.
North Devon, England. 1995. A born-again revival meeting in a public building. The usual mix of the faithful, the curious, and the desperate. And one other – an atheist suicide bomber. He’s angry. He wants answers. And if God doesn’t come and talk to him personally, he’s going to kill everyone in the building.
“There is definitely a story in here for everyone.”
The start of a new horror story anthology, The Black Room Manuscripts, delivers twenty stories from twenty experienced authors and talented newcomers. Authors include BAFTA winner Danny King, Adam Millard, Duncan Ralston, and seventeen others. All proceeds from the sale of the book will go to charity, Blue Cross UK. The foreword was written by Jim McLeod, founder of Ginger Nuts of Horror, one of Europe’s leading websites on all things horror. The afterword is from Jennifer Handorf, producer of the 2013 movie, The Borderlands.The Black Room Manuscripts includes tales of horror and dread by some of the genre’s best writers. The authors list includes Danny King, Adam Millard, Paul Townsend, Madeleine Swann, A S Chambers, Daniel Marc Chant, Duncan Ralston, Jeffery X Martin, Duncan P Bradshaw, J R Park, Thomas S Flowers, Vincent Hunt, Kayleigh Marie Edwards, Craig Anderson-Jones, Martin Jones, D K Ryan, Ian Caldwell, David James, Leo Stableford and Kit Power.
“Explosive and stomach churning… an absolute masterclass in gut-wrenchingly violent horror.”
Nothing will prepare you for the brutality of J.R. Park’s grinding horror, Upon Waking. Pitch-black in tone and relentless in vivid gory imagery, it follows the exploits of a serial killer operating in plain sight with only the thin veil of social veneer as camouflage.
Welcome to a place where the lucky ones die quickly. Upon waking, the nightmare truly begins.
“…reads like an updated version of Lovecraft’s more visceral work and chronicles one man’s fight for survival against nature and something decidedly unnatural.”
Dexter LeGrasse thought he was lucky to be alive. He was wrong.
The only survivor of a plane crash over the Atlantic, he finds himself washed up on an uninhabited island. Dazed, dehydrated and desperate to escape, he will have to use all his wits just to stay alive in a strange and unforgiving environment. But when he discovers an ancient ruin, he unwittingly unleashes an unstoppable evil and his nightmare truly begins.Primal, merciless and fuelled by a burning hatred, the creature has a hunger that must be appeased. It hunts Dexter wherever he goes, driving him to the edge of his own sanity, and with time running out and no place left to hide it’s escape… …or die.
“Fast paced and violent pulp horror… with one of the most memorable endings in recent memory.”
A love letter to the golden age of slashers, but with a refreshing twist to the proceedings.
Punch and Judy man, Martin Powell, returns after ten years with a dark secret. As his past is revealed Martin must face the anger of the hostile townsfolk, pushing him to the very edge of sanity.
The police force of this once sleepy town can’t react quick enough as they watch the body count grow at the hands of a costumed killer. Can they do enough to halt the malicious mayhem of the twisted Punch?
“Part Philip K Dick and part Guy N Smith. Dark, gritty and ostensibly atmospheric.”
J.R. Park’s debut sets his stall out with the rapid fire tale of Detective Norton, a street tough cop who is still grieving the murder of his girlfriend when he is called to investigate the daylight slaughter of an entire office. Rumours of a mysterious, lethal computer program reveal the conspiracy of a technological killer. Fighting for survival Norton must also battle his inner demons, the wrath of MI5 and a beautiful but deadly mercenary only known as Orchid.
Unseen, undetectable and unstoppable. In the age of technology the most deadly weapon is a few lines of code.
“A sizzling debut novella from Daniel Marc Chant. Chilling, claustrophobic and charnel. You can almost see the demonic shadows moving behind his writing.”
They’re trained to fight fires. Now they have to fight for their lives.In a run-down part of Newstead Haven, an apartment building is burning. The fire is unlike anything anyone has ever seen. With one poor soul still trapped inside, a group of firefighters suit up and head into the flames on a rescue mission. But they are not alone in the inferno. An ancient evil has awoken. As the walls burn around them, the crew soon find themselves trapped and prey to a shape-shifting force with a taste for slaughter. With oxygen running low and the body count rising, the team’s only hope for survival is to trust each other.
But who can you trust when the enemy could be anyone?