All the Rage
by F. Paul Wilson
Wilson's series hero Repairman Jack is an all-purpose fix-it man, dealing with big-time repairs. Jack must determine the origin of a new street drug, Berzerk. Under its influence, users' aggressive and egotistical tendencies are greatly, uh, accentuated.
Black Creek Crossing
by John Saul
Angel's family moves to the quaint town of Roundtree, Massachusetts -- where a charming home is available, a promising job awaits Angel's unemployed father, and most of all, the chance to make a new start beckons to the shy, hopeful teenager. But when she is shunned by her new classmates, Angel falls deeper into despair. Until she meets Seth Baker, a fellow outcast. It's Seth who tells Angel the unspoken truth about the legacy of murder that hangs over her family's home. Angel and Seth devote themselves to contacting whatever restless soul haunts the dark recesses of Black Creek Crossing. But once they have begun, there is no turning back.
Come Closer: A Novel
by Sara Gran
Amanda does hear noises and experience bizarre situations, yet as a vague but tantalizing feeling of unease settles in, Amanda's fear feeds her needs and desires. Gran's premise, that we accept the impossible, for to do otherwise is to foolishly court disaster, informs the subtle tension beneath this deliciously wicked tale.
by Matthew B.J. Delaney
It is May 1943. On the remote island of Bougainville, in the South Pacific, a squad of United States Marines lands to do battle with the Japanese soldiers on the island, but realize that the forbidding battleground holds an ancient secret a hundred times more terrifying than any enemy army. Flash-forward to July 2008. In Boston, a new kind of depraved serial killer is stalking human prey and terrifying the city. Are the two scenarios connected? Detectives Jefferson and Brogan have no idea that to solve the biggest case of their careers, their investigation must take them around the world and through time and history.
by Ramsey Campbell
A man and his teenage daughter move into an apartment house that once served as a mental asylum where patients were tortured. The family and their neighbors witness specters and eerie scenes of past horrors.
by Ira Levin
Ignoring the warnings of an old friend, Rosemary and her husband move to an apartment in Manhattan which has been the scene of witchcraft, cannibalism, and suicide. Then Rosemary becomes pregnant under strange circumstances in a threatening environment.
Takedown: A Gavin Pierce Novel
by William G. Griffiths
Long Island detective Gavin Pierce is reconstructing his life after his harrowing battle with Krogan, an emissary of the devil. In Driven (2002) Krogan was exorcised by Reverend Buchanan and banished--with Pierce's help--into the body of a giant tortoise. But the reverend is dying, and Krogan uses the opportunity to escape his cold-blooded prison. Free at last, the ancient demon finds a human host in professional wrestler Jackhammer Hoban. The wrestling milieu provides Krogan with plenty of opportunities for aberrant behavior and a public platform on which to expound his evil message. Pierce, who'd hoped to return to the mundane world of street crime, is instead drawn into battle with the darkest forces that confront humankind.
by Dean Koontz
One evening Tommy comes home to find a small rag doll on his doorstep. Curious, he brings it inside. That night, Tommy hears an odd popping sound and looks up to see the stitches breaking over the doll's heart. Something terrifying emerges from the pristine white cloth, something that will follow Tommy wherever he goes. It wants Tommy's life and he doesn't know why.