A monster from Portuguese folklore crosses countries and oceans to hunt the child who escaped it years ago. The dead rise throughout Britain, leading a teenaged boy into a decision which will be either the easiest or hardest of his life. In a pleasant suburbia, a young couple find a link full of terrible possibilities between their new home and Jack the Ripper’s horrendous crimes. Three friends lost on a hiking weekend in the Pennines discover the way home means facing a monstrous god from the freezing void beyond the world. In the near future, anti-social behaviour isn't met with anger or complaint. It's met with a gun. And after a voyeur bulldozes her privacy on the daily commute, a young woman fights back, leading to bloody consequences. In these stories and more, you are invited to face the cold horrors of restless spirits and the ugly reality of future nightmares. You are invited to look them in eye and make your choice. Will you die laughing or live screaming?
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Luke Walker has been reading and writing horror and fantasy fiction for as long as he can remember—probably since the age of eight when he borrowed his dad’s collection of Stephen King books before doing the same with his brother’s James Herbert’s. His first two novels, now out of print, were published in 2012 and 2013. His Lovecraftian novella, Mirror of the Nameless, was published by DarkFuse in 2013, and he’s currently at work on a new novel as well as another novella. He is thirty-seven and lives in England with his wife, two cats and more horror dvds than he knows what to do with.
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