the true home of british horror

edited by PAUL FINCH

The city of London - whose gold-paved streets are lost in choking fog and echo to the trundling of plague-carts, whose twisting back alleys ring to cries of "Murder!", whose awful tower is stained with the blood of princes and paupers alike.

The night stalker of Hammersmith
The brutal butchery of Holborn
The depraved spirit of Sydenham
The fallen angel of Dalston
The murder den of Notting Hill
The haunted sewer of Bermondsey
The red-eyed ghoul of Highgate

And many more chilling tales from Adam Nevill, Mark Morris, Christopher Fowler, Nina Allen, Nicholas Royle, and other award-winning masters and mistresses of the macabre.

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The Tiger by Nina Allen

London after Midnight

The Soldier by Roger Johnson

Queen Rat

Train, Night by Nicholas Royle

The Horror at Berkeley Square

The Angels of London by Adam Nevill

Boudicca’s Bane

Capital Growth by Gary Fry

The Black Dog of Newgate

The Thames by Rosalie Parker

The Other Murderers

The Red Door by Mark Morris

The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Undesirable Residence by Barbara Roden

Nosferatu in Highgate

The Horror Writer by Jonathan Oliver

Butchery in Bleeding-Heart Yard

Perry in Seraglio by Christopher Fowler

The Monster of Hammersmith

Someone to Watch Over You by Marie O’Regan

The Black Death Returns

The Outcast Dead by David J. Howe

What Stirs Below?

The Bloody Tower by Anna Taborska


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