by Frank Lauria is free from Ereads. Originally published in 1970.
THE SPELLBINDING NOVEL OF A PSYCHIC WAR
FOR THE SOUL OF A YOUNG GIRL
+ A coven of witches and warlocks—among them some of New York’s most prominent celebrities—toying with sexual perversion, Black Magic and human sacrifice…
+ A hot downtown discotheque where an incredibly beautiful sixteen-year-old seduces young men into the service of Satan…
+ A defrocked priest whose consuming ambition and awesome occult powers
make him famous enough to lure a capacity crowd to Yankee Stadium to witness a dark “miracle”—the cure of the Vice-President’s daughter…
Doctor Owen Orient, psychiatrist, physician, psychic adept—and his team of Telepaths—stake their lives against the ravening evil known as… Susej.
The book that launched the DOCTOR ORIENT series.
Free from Anarchy Books, horror anthology Vivisepulture
Welcome to our anthology, a collection of weird and bizarre tales of twisted imagination by Neal Asher, Tony Ballantyne, Eric Brown, Richard Ford, Ian Graham, Lee Harris, Colin Harvey, Vincent Holland-Keen, James Lovegrove, Gary McMahon, Stan Nicholls, Andy Remic, Jordan Reyne, Ian Sales, Steven Savile, Wayne Simmons, Guy N. Smith, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Jeffrey Thomas, Danie Ware, Ian Watson and Ian Whates. Artwork by Vincent Chong.
The anthology is dedicated to the late Colin Harvey, with great affection.
In the tradition of Poe, Kafka, Borges and H. G. Wells, this collection of weird stories are written with the primary drive of presenting twisted deviations of normality. Whether it's the deviant factory workers of Neal Asher's Plastipak™ Limited, the pus-oozing anti-cherub of Ian Graham's Rotten Cupid, the acid-snot disgorging freak of Andy Remic's SNOT, or Ian Watson's alternate zombie-crucifixion, each story will drag your organs up through your oesophagus and give your brain a chilli-fired beating.
FOCUS ON -
• WEIRD TALES
• DISTURBING CONCEPTS
• DEVIATED BLACK HUMOUR
• NO GENRE LEFT UNGOUGED
Free from Evil Jester Press, The Love of the Dead
by Craig Saunders.
When Beth Willis, who normally speaks for the deceased, is given a message from a dead medium, she steps beyond her world, into the spirit realm.
D.I. Coleridge is a man marking time, until a call from Beth gives him a lead on an elusive killer who takes trophies from his victims. A killer who walks through both worlds, taking lives. A man with powers no mortal can possess. A man, but something else, too.
If Coleridge and Beth are to survive, they must understand him...but some men cannot be fought. Some creatures cannot be bested.
Death calls on all in time. But if Beth and Coleridge are to win, they have no choice but to call on Death themselves.