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Immerse yourself in the unnerving world of the paranormal with these tales of horror curated by Bram Stoker Award-nominated Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson, editors of the #1 bestseller Peel Back the Skin and the critically acclaimed Dark Visions series.
It's here in Death's Realm where the spirits of the dead and monstrosities that should never exist torment the souls of the living they've left behind in sixteen disquieting tales of the supernatural from horror's modern masters.
From dangerous specters summoned from beyond the veil with treacherous intent on all of humankind, to a young boy with dangerous special powers that seem directed from beyond the grave, Death's Realm delves into the abnormal, the ghostly and the infernal.
It's only here that a grieving son's demon can beckon him to a secluded cemetery plot in the dead of night, where a preternatural murder-for-hire has extreme supernatural repercussions, and when the revenant of a dead mother seeks vengeance on her dying daughter. And there is so much more.
Rip open the veil to Death's Realm and let the wrong ones in.
With horror fiction from two-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author and World Fantasy Award nominee Hank Schwaeble; the award-winning, Bram Stoker Award-nominated and Shirley Jackson Award-finalist Stephen Graham Jones; the Bram Stoker Award and Thriller nominated JG Faherty; editor-in-chief of the highly respected Jamais Vu magazine Paul Michael Anderson; critically-acclaimed authors Jay Caselberg and John F.D. Taff; emerging masters of modern horror Aaron Polson, Gregory L. Norris and Martin Rose; co-authors known for their extremely disturbing horror fiction, Simon Dewar and Karen Runge; critic favorites Brian Fatah Steele, John C. Foster and Jane Brooks; the twisted, Lovecraft-influenced Rhoads Brazos; and recognized authors of literary fiction Jay O'Shea and Matthew Pegg.
Proudly presented by Grey Matter Press, the multiple Bram Stoker Award-nominated independent publisher.
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