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About Amy Cross
Amy Cross is the author of more than 200 horror, fantasy and science-fiction novels. Her books include Asylum, The Farm and the Ghosts of Crowford series. She has also written several collections of horror short stories, including Perfect Little Monsters, Twisted Little Things and Dark Little Wonders. She lives in the UK.
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Today, Charlotte has mostly put the ordeal behind her. When her eight-year-old niece vanishes in identical circumstances, however, Charlotte realizes that she finally has to uncover the truth. What really happened to her on that awful day? Where was she for an entire year, and how did she escape? And how has the same thing seemingly happened again?
The Girl Who Never Came Back is the story of a woman who has to finally face the horrors of her past, and about a family torn apart by an unsolved mystery.
At first, Harlham Hall seems to be an unlikely prospect. A strange old man lives in the cluttered rooms, constantly fussing over his collection of old phonograph recordings. Drifting from one fractured memory to the next, Bernard Hartmann is barely able to remember his name, yet he's haunted by strange noises and by a presence that mostly lurks in the shadows.
What really happened to Evelyn Cassidy all those years ago? Has she been hiding from her daughter, or trying to protect her? And why does a young girl wait in the forest, seemingly trapped in a series of terrifying encounters?
This is the first part of the six-part Wax serial. Each installment ends on a cliffhanger, and features scenes of horror and violence.
Kidnapped and dragged to Tor Cliff, Abby Hart soon discovers that someone is trying to break into her mind. Abby knows a secret, even if she has no idea what that secret might be, and Tor Cliff's medical team will stop at nothing in their quest to get to the truth. Teaming up with a fellow patient, the mysterious Madeleine Le Compte, Abby realizes that she has to find a way out of the asylum.
However, the horrors of Tor Cliff are nothing compared to the deadly presence that lurks in the forest beyond the asylum's walls...
The Vampires of Tor Cliff Asylum is the second book in the Abby Hart series. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2013 book.
Something is watching from the shadows. As Phil and Grace settle into their miraculous new home, they start to notice a few strange things, but they decide that there's no harm in staying for a little while. By the time they start to understand the threat posed by the house, they're already at the heart of an ancient trap, and the fate of the entire world is at stake.
The Horror at Criven Farm is a horror novel about the lure of evil and the birth of a terrifying new force. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2020 book.
Having shot her little brother dead, Annie Radford was once sent to Lakehurst, where she discovered that the voices in her head might actually be real. Now, teaming up with Elly Blackstock, she sets out to discover the source of the horror that once lurked in the hospital's grounds. She soon discovers, however, that a face from her past is also involved, but can Annie – with Elly's help – defeat the powerful force that even now is reaching out to destroy the world?
The Madness of Annie Radford is the third and final book in the Asylum trilogy. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2018 book.
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A violent solar storm is about to plunge the world into darkness for twelve hours, cutting off all electricity. Finally, Cassie and her old friend Anders have a shot at the man they hate. Getting to him still won't be easy, but with all technology out of action, at least they have a shot.
But Michael Essien knows that this is the one night he's vulnerable to his enemies. And he's not going to go down without a fight.
Lights Out is a thriller about vengeance, anger and the price of power.
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The woman's grave is quickly ripped open, and strange forces start to threaten the occupants of the abbey. A witch-hunter is nearby, searching for a woman who has escaped his clutches, and he soon makes his way to Hensham Abbey. Did Father Barnard make a terrible mistake when he gave the dead woman a burial? And has he inadvertently unleashed a terrifying force?
The Girl Who Threw Rocks at the Devil is a horror story about a man who finds himself faced with pure evil, and about a woman who once made a terrible mistake.
Everyone in Deal knows that there's something in the forest, something that should never be disturbed, something that's supposed to leave the town alone. Many years ago, an agreement was reached, respecting the boundary between these two worlds. But has something now broken that agreement and pushed through the boundary?
As he continues to investigate, James has no idea that his estranged daughter Ramsey has returned to town. Trying to avoid her father, Ramsey soon finds herself in trouble as she and a friend venture into the complex tunnel network beneath the forest. A deadly creature lurks in the tunnel's shadows, protecting an even more powerful threat.
And watching all of this unfold is a man of immense power who fears that he must offer Ramsey a terrible choice. But how far will a girl go to protect a father she hasn't seen in so many years?
The Devil, the Witch and the Whore is the first book in the Deal trilogy. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2016 book.
Having gained permission to enter Blackwych Grange, a small team of researchers arrives at the front door. Their plan is to investigate a series of strange claims, and to determine whether the horrific ghost stories are true. They're about to discover, in the most terrifying manner possible, that something long dead does indeed still lurk within the house.
Many years ago, a young woman named Elizabeth Marringham lived at Blackwych Grange with her uncle. Even today, long after her death, Elizabeth's vengeful spirit roams the empty corridors. What does she want, and how will she react when her peace is finally broken by the voices and footsteps of intruders?
The Haunting of Blackwych Grange is a haunted house horror story about a house filled with a legacy of pain, about a tortured ghost, and about the small group of researchers who dare to unlock the front door. This is the updated 2022 edition of the 2016 novel.
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In the present day, Maddie Harper faces a desperate fight for survival. With even her best friend turning against her, she discovers that there's no way out of the house. When she finally tries to escape, she uncovers a shocking secret, but will she live long enough to tell anyone?
Doctor Charles Grazier is the sixth book in the eight-part series The House of Jack the Ripper. The book ends on a cliffhanger and the story continues in the seventh volume, The Raven Watcher. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2017 book.
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Having taken refuge in the abandoned home of the real Jack the Ripper, Maddie Harper has started to realize that some ghosts refuse to go away. There's no-one else in the house, yet Maddie's sure that she's not alone. Have the spirits of the past somehow managed to linger, and can they still pose a threat?
Meanwhile, back in the 19th century, Doctor Charles Grazier is forced to deal with an intruder. The man destined to become known as Jack the Ripper wants nothing more than to complete his work, but he soon discovers that his nocturnal activities have been noticed. Can he get rid of the intruder, or has the time come to try an even more shocking experiment?
In Darkness Dwell is the second book in the eight-part series The House of Jack the Ripper. The book ends on a cliffhanger and the story continues in the third volume, Cradle to Grave. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2017 book.
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This is no ordinary house. More than a century earlier, it belonged to England's most notorious killer. This was the home of the man known to history as Jack the Ripper, whose true story has remained shrouded in mystery. Until now.
As she explores the house, Maddie starts to realize that something is very wrong. For one thing, the basement contains what seems to be an old operating theater. For another, there are tattered notebooks detailing a series of gruesome medical experiments. And then there's the bell in one of the old bedrooms, which occasionally rings even though it's covered in a thick layer of dust.
Broken Window is the first book in the eight-part series The House of Jack the Ripper. The book ends on a cliffhanger and the story continues in the second volume, In Darkness Dwell. This is the 2022 edition of the original 2017 book.