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by Stephen King
Jerusalem's Lot is a town that is well acquainted with darkness and evil. After all, the sins of the town legend, Hubie Marsten, were kept alive in rumor and gossip. But there is a new evil in the Marsten house, in the form of Richard Throckett Straker, an antique furniture dealer who is also a vampire.
by S. P. Somtow
This tale is set in a slightly altered nineteenth-century U.S. in which zombies, werewolves and other were-creatures, and possession by evil spirits are as real as Abraham Lincoln or Walt Whitman (who are major characters). The plot involves a multiple-viewpoint narrative and the concept of wandering souls and those who can see and wish to control such entities.
Interview with the Vampire
by Anne Rice
n a remote room in a large city, a young reporter sits face-to-face with his most astonishing subject: a onetime New Orleans gentleman plantation owner who, in vividly terrifying and haunting detail, recalls his centuries of extraordinary life --beginning with his initiation into the ranks of the living dead at the hands of the sinister, sensual vampire Lestat.
by Philip Halderman
Barely surviving a spectacular yachting accident, Mark Sayres finds himself in a remote area of the Olympic Peninsula coast in Washington State. He has come to look for his wife, Maggie, who has been troubled by a disturbing discovery at the archaeological site where she is working. Mark learns of a succession of terrifying events in the little town of Neah Bay that seem connected with the nearby excavation. Why are archaeologists Paul Radwick and Ken Matsamura so secretive about what may have been unearthed? Can their discovery have something to do with an appalling incident of nearly a century ago that has begun to haunt the present?
by Dan Simmons
The men on board HMS Terror have every expectation of triumph. As they enter a second summer in the Arctic Circle without a thaw, though, they are stranded in a nightmarish landscape of encroaching ice and darkness. Endlessly cold, with diminishing rations, 126 men fight to survive with poisonous food, a dwindling supply of coal, and ships buckling in the grip of crushing ice. But their real enemy is far more terrifying. There is something out there in the frigid darkness: an unseen predator stalking their ship, a monstrous terror constantly clawing to get in.
The Witching Hour
by Anne Rice
Generations of the New Orleans Mayfair women have possessed unusual powers accompanied by the ghost-like presence of Lasher. Separated from her family, neurosurgeon Rowan Mayfair has the powers but is unaware of her family history. When she saves the life of Michael Curry, he also obtains power and, with a historian's guidance, helps Rowan unravel the mystery of Lasher.