Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
From Scottish author Graham Masterton (Walkers, The House that Jack Built) comes the new novel, Ghost Virus. In a story that fuses crime and supernatural horror, Ghost Virus opens with a bizarre, unsettling suicide, before following two police investigators from Tooting police in south London as they attempt to uncover the truth behind a plague of crimes spreading like a virus throughout the capital. Could it be that this plague has supernatural origins? Released through Head of Zeus publishing, Ghost Virus is released 1 May and you can pre-order your copy right now.
PS Publishing have limited stock of a beautifully crafted hardcover edition of Detours, edited by Brian James Freeman
PS Publishing have announced that they have just nineteen copies of the Detours anthology, edited by David James Freeman. The anthology featured stories by Stephen King, Peter Straub, Clive Barker, William Peter Blatty and scores of other authors that will leave you breathless. The hardcover is as beautiful as you will have come to expect from PS and is available at their web store for £45. The full stock of this book on Cemetery Dance sold out in fifty-five hours, so act now if you want one.
From Bloodshot books comes Stirring the Sheets, a new novella from Chad Lutzke (Wallflower). The novella revolves around a funeral home worker who is mourning the recent passing of his wife. When a woman with more than a passing resemblance to his late wife is brought in to be prepared for her funeral, he faces a strange attraction, and has to come to terms with his loss all over again. This one is receiving excellent reviews from all over. To pick up your copy and experience this man’s desperation first-hand, click here.