It’s that time of year again . . . This Halloween, (trick or) treat yourself with our Spooktacular Sale! Until November 1st, get 50% off select titles using the promo code HALLOWEEN50. Check out our spooky reads here.
Some of our most chilling titles:
Cauchemar by Alexandra Grigorescu
A gothic drama unfolds in the Louisiana swamplands. A young woman falls in love with a boat captain and part-time musician. When her mysterious birth mother comes back into her life, she must confront deadly spirits that haunt the swamp, and dark secrets of her past.
The Necrophiliac by Gabrielle Wittkop
Like the best writings of Edgar Allan Poe or Baudelaire, Wittkop’s prose goes far beyond mere gothic horror to explore the melancholy in the loneliest depths of the human condition, forcing readers to confront their own mortality with an unprecedented intimacy.
One Bloody Thing After Another by Joey Comeau
One Bloody Thing After Another is a different sort of horror novel from the ones you’re used to. It’s as sad and funny as it is frightening, and it is as much about the way families rely on each other as it is about blood being drooled on the carpet. Though, to be honest, there is a lot of blood being drooled on the carpet.
Dead Kid Detective Agency series by Evan Munday
Kid Detective October Schwartz and her five deadest pals (who just happen to reside in the cemetery behind her house) are ready to solve Sticksville’s most mysterious mysteries in Evan Munday’s The Dead Kid Detective Agency series! Though they aren’t the liveliest bunch, their zany adventures will enthrall you and lead you through some of history’s most fascinating events in a way you’ve never experienced.
The Bewdley Mayhem by Tony Burgess
Ultra-violent horror meets absurd humour in small town Ontario. Three celebrated books — all of which harbour a twisted ambition to physically alter your imagination — together for the first time.
Encyclopedia Gothica by Liisa Ladouceur
Encyclopedia Gothica is a guide through that shadowiest of subcultures: modern Goths. It collects and defines more than 600 words and phrases used by these children of the night so that you too can engage in conversations about deathhawks and rivetheads and who is more übergoth: Bela Lugosi or Robert Smith.