The Ninth Black Book of Horror: Available now!

The Ninth Black Book of Horror, edited by Charles Black and published by Mortbury Press, was launched at FantasyCon and contains many of the leading authors in what I may loosely call the horror short revival.

You can purchase direct from Mortbury Press or here:

Ninth Black Book of Horror

The Anatomy Lesson – John Llewellyn Probert
The Mall – Craig Herbertson
Salvaje – Simon Bestwick
Pet – Gary Fry
Ashes to Ashes – David Williamson
The Apprentice – Anna Taborska
Life Expectancy – Sam Dawson
What’s Behind You? – Paul Finch
Ben’s Best Friend – Gary Power
The Things That Aren’t There – Thana Niveau
Bit on the Side – Tom Johnstone
Indecent Behaviour – Marion Pitman
His Family – Kate Farrell
A Song, A Silence – John Forth
The Man Who Hated Waste – Marc Lyth
Swan Song – David A. Riley

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There are 4 Comments to "The Ninth Black Book of Horror: Available now!"

  • kelda says:

    I enjoyed ‘The Mall’ very much. I didn’t see the end coming at all.

  • Craig says:

    Cheers kelda – it’s hard to surprise readers nowadays so I’m happy I managed it

  • Alfred says:

    Wow, some people have relaly gross minds sheesh. I am the ultimate horror movie freak and I can tell you most of those movies that people reccomend atr gross and disgusting. If you girlfriend wants a good horror movie get one in black and white and relaly old. Like the original House on Haunted Hill or the ORIGINAL House of Wax. The best are the old Vincent Price movies. That is the king of horror right there. And besides he is not into blood and gore his actual intention is too scare you and sometimes he succeeds.

  • Craig says:

    The oldies are the best

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