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October 10, 2019

October is Horror Month!

October may be our favorite month because it's Fall, the leaves are turning, it's cooled down from the hot summer and Halloween is on its way. We exclusively put out new Fantasy and Horror titles during October.

We love these pulp fiction Horror titles because they show the most imagination of all the genres. Authors are free to indulge their wildest fantasies. And so they do...

So far this month we have added:
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The Hounds of Tindalos and Other Stories by Frank Belknap Long, Jr.


Five stories of horror from Frank Belknap Long, Jr. including two classic contributions to the Cthulhu Mythos.

The Red Fetish (1930) – Weird adventures among savage head-hunters— a red-headed man runs afoul of cannibals
The Were-Snake (1925) – Arthur Fights With the Goddess Ishtar in Her Subterranean Retreat
A novelette of three chapters
The Space-Eaters (1928) – A tremendous menace closed in upon the earth from outside the solar system— a powerful story of uncanny horror
A novelette of three chapters
The Hounds of Tindalos (1929) – A tale of unutterable horror— of a pursuit by loathsome entities through the ages and through the dimensions
A novelette of five chapters
The Black Druid (1930) – A short tale that compresses a world of cosmic horror in its few pages

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The Challenge From Beyond by C.L. Moore, A. Merritt, H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, & Frank Belknap Long

In 1935, Fantasy Magazine was coming up on its 3rd Anniversary and editor Julius Schwartz (later of DC Comics) wanted to do something special. He conceived of the idea of a “composite story” (round-robin story) to commemorate the event. Actually Schwartz conceived of the idea of two such stories, both called “The Challenge from Beyond.” One story would be in the Science Fiction genre and the other in the Weird Fiction genre. This volume is of the latter.

This ebook is FREE and we encourage you to get a copy and enjoy the fantastic interplay between the writing talents enlisted for this project.
We have two more ebooks in production right now that will come out later this month:
The Bride of Osiris by Otis Adelbert Kline, and a collection of stories by Gaston Leroux, author of The Phantom of the Opera.
After that maybe something by Victor Rousseau or G.G. Pendarves? Who knows?
It wouldn't be Horror Month without some Horror ebooks on sale, so....

On Sale This Month.

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Shambleau by C.L. Moore
Had Northwest Smith, the famous outlaw of the spaceways, been able to foresee the future, he would not have shielded the frightened, scarlet-clad girl from the wild mob pursuing her through the narrow streets of Lakkdarol, Earth’s last colony on Mars. “Shambleau! Shambleau!” the crowd cried with loathing and disgust, but Smith drove them off with his blaster and took the exhausted girl to his quarters. There was no hair upon her face — neither brows nor lashes; but what lay hidden beneath the tight scarlet turban bound around her head?
Includes:
Shambleau
Black Thirst
The Tree Of Life
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The Forbidden Trail and Other Stories by Jane Rice
The Forbidden Trail and Other Stories – four stories about ghosts, werewolves, zombies, and cannibals from the wicked pen of Jane Rice.

Magician’s Dinner (1942) – The lady couldn’t cook—a fact she didn’t realize till she tried it. And twenty professional magicians—er, prestidigitators, that is—coming. For once the magicians got a real magician’s dinner, though!
The Refugee (1943) – This little tale concerns a flighty little woman, Paris under Nazi domination—and one who, even in meatless France, didn’t lack for food. Also it is not the story you’ll think
The Idol of the Flies (1942) – A magnificent bit of writing about a small and utterly vicious boy—and his peculiar hobby.
The Forbidden Trail (1941) – The trail was very taboo; the natives had better sense than to follow it. The explorers, though, knew better—

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Murgunstrumm by Hugh B. Cave
Murgunstrumm (1932) – Candle-lit and decayed is the Gray Toad Inn, where Murgunstrumm receives each lovely, unsuspecting guest.

Can Paul Hill escape from the insane asylum? If he does he must return to the Gray Toad Inn and destroy Murgunstrumm and the vampires within. Ruth LeGeurn’s life depends upon it. Murgunstrumm is a classic vampire novel from 1932.
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Dreams and Horror - Two Stories by H.P. Lovecraft
The shared fictional universe, the Cthulu Mythos, was named for Lovecraft‘s novelette, The Call of Cthulhu, written in 1926 and first published in Weird Tales in 1928. The Dunwich Horror and The Dreams in the Witch-House are both integral to the Mythos.

The Dunwich Horror (1929) – “Oh, oh, great Gawd . . . that . . . that.”
A novelette in ten chapters.
The Dreams in the Witch-House (1933) – A story of mathematics, witchcraft and Walpurgis Night, in which the horror creeps and grows—
A novelette in sixteen parts.
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The Complete Doctor Satan – by Paul Ernst
The Complete Doctor Satan is a series of eight novelettes in two volumes. Written in 1935 and 1936 for Weird Tales magazine, the stories pit the sinister and evil Doctor Satan, master of both scientific and occult knowledge against Ascott Keane, equally a master of the scientific and the occult.

Doctor Satan Vol. 1 contains:
• Doctor Satan
• The Man Who Chained the Lightening
• Hollywood Horror
• The Consuming Flame

Doctor Satan Vol. 2 contains:
• Horror Insured
• Beyond Death’s Gateway
• The Devil’s Double
• Mask of Death
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The Man Who Cast No Shadows and Other Stories by Seabury Quinn
Three stories of the occult detective Jules de Grandin.
“What!” he demanded. “And leave her evil spirit, freed from the bonds of flesh, to walk the earth by night? Not I, my friend.”

The Dead Hand (1926) – Eery tale of Jules de Grandin—Bodiless Hand Floats Through the Window and Seizes a Millionaire by the Throat
The Man Who Cast No Shadow (1927) – A grisly terror of ancient legend creeps into the life of a New Jersey city—a tale of Jules de Grandin
The Veiled Prophetess (1927) – The intrepid ghost-breaker, Jules de Grandin, is drawn into an adventure of dark intrigue and occult danger.

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