Cool Blood Walk is the second novel from Red Rattle Book horror writer Jack Swift. His highly praised debut novel Undead Underneath told the tale of how the British Government created a zombie apocalypse. Jack added a never to be
Done Something Bad is the third thriller from Red Rattle Books writer and resident tough guy Jim Lawler. The novel is a fascinating cross and double cross thriller and maintains his previous mix of sharp witty dialogue, violent set pieces
Horror Pickers is the sixth book from Red Rattle Books author and editor Howard Jackson. He offers an in-depth look at a wide ranging and far from typical selection of forty horror films from around the world. The collection, which
‘KILLING WOMEN IS MAD EVEN IF IT IS FAMILY’ Spencer Calbeck returns to Choke Bay, the Yorkshire coastal village where his father killed two women and committed suicide. He arrives for the engagement party of Lauren to Ron who works
Also published by Red Rattle Books is the second novel by Liverpool author Jim Lawler. Hate Until Warm is a violent thriller set in Liverpool and it follows the praised and successful Mortal Shuffle, the debut crime novel of Lawler.
Undead Underneath is the first zombie novel from Red Rattle Books and it follows the Zombie Bites collection of short stories that was released last year. Undead Underneath is the debut novel by Jack Swift. He lives and writes in
Welcome to the latest horror ride from Red Rattle Books, publishers of horror feasts, Dracula’s Midnight Snacks, Zombie Bites and How To Defend Yourself Against Scorpions. Nightmares Ahead contains 30 horror stories intended to ‘harrow the mind’ and a final bonus story to help the
‘Nothing stinks or burns like dead zombies. I arrived and saw the black smoke and the bright red flames and I knew.’ Zombies cause death and destruction and make brutal the humans obliged to fight them. The stories in Zombie
Chilling vampire stories for late at night. Mixes brand new stories with some fondly remembered classics. Includes British and American authors, good and not so good vampires. Specially edited for horror fans by the webmaster from Spooky Isles.
A collection of original academic analysis of the novel 'Dracula' by Bram Stoker. Topics range from blood and text as a metaphor, Dracula and politics, resurrection, technological transcription,supernatural identity and madness. Also includes as extras, essays on 'I Am Legend', 'Buffy' and 'Fright Night'.