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Darrell Buxton [ed.] – Fifth BHF Book of Horror Stories (BHF, 2021)

Posted by demonik on May 26, 2021

Darrell Buxton [ed.] – Fifth BHF Book of Horror Stories (BHF, 2021)

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Paul Mudie

Darrell Buxton – Introduction

Fritz Maitland – Stand And Deliver
Ian Taylor – 11:59
Sam Dawson – I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)
Samantha Jayne Crosby – Angie Baby
Simon J. Ballard – Good Girl Gone Bad
Neil Pike – Welcome Home
Sam Dawson – The Village Green Preservation Society
Darrell Buxton – Memory Of A Free Festival
Andrew Llewellyn – Hamburger Lady
Jez Conolly – Dead Babies
Brian Gregory – Daniel
Wayne Mook – Two Seconds
Ian Millsted – Seasons In The Sun
Simon J. Ballard – Television Rules The Nation
Ian Taylor – The Passenger
Neil Pike – Fade To Grey
Ken Shinn – Nasty
Darrell Buxton – Disco Duck
Adam J. Marsh – Raspberry Beret
Sam Trafford – Carrie
Ian Taylor – Behind A Painted Smile
Nadia Mook – We Are The Pigs
Simon J. Ballard – The Chemistry Between Us
Paul Newman – Pictures Of Matchstick Men
Tony Earnshaw – Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Ken Shinn – The Laughing Gnome
Gary Couzens – The Party’s Over
Wayne Mook – Parklife
James Stanger – Diamond Lights
Susan York – Happy Birthday
Andrew Llewellyn – Martha My Dear
Jason D. Brawn – The Lady In Red
Selene Paxton-Brooks – Wuthering Heights
Tony Earnshaw – She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
Lawrence Gordon Clark – Voices

Contributors

Interior illustrations: Jez Connelly, Sam Dawson, Brian Gregory, Andrew Llewellyn, Sam Trafford, Selene Paxton-Brooks, Mark Hetherington, Wayne Mook.

Blurb:


Welcome to your nightmare!

Late-night king of the airwaves encounters a disturbed and lonely listener with deranged thoughts on her mind …

Upper crust cricketers hit a sticky wicket when caught up In the ancient rites of a remote and hostile country village …

After giving a lift to a roadside hitch-hiker, an insurance broker discovers that his mystery passenger is a portent of disaster …

A couple’s new cottage is haunted by unseen presences — which only one of the pair can hear…

An all-new selection of macabre and creepy tales, and just for you music lovers we’ve named every single story after a song. It’s a mixtape from a mausoleum, in a place where the letters ‘D. J.’ stand for ‘Deadly Jeopardy’ and where ’18 with a bullet’ sends you down into the ground rather than up to the top ten. Press play, pump up the volume, and pray that you make it as far as the B-sides …

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Darrell Buxton [ed.] – Fourth BHF Book of Horror Stories

Posted by demonik on May 26, 2021

Darrell Buxton [ed.] – Fourth BHF Book of Horror Stories (BHF, 2021)

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Paul Mudie

Darrell Buxton – Introduction

Sam Dawson – Night Thoughts
Samantha Jayne Crosby – Carrion Screaming
Darrell Buxton – Hard Core
Ken Shinn – Starr Student
Franklin Marsh – The Night Bus
Tony Earnshaw – Protein
Ken Shinn – The Phoenix for the Flame
Simon J. Ballard – Vultura is Dead … and Well, and Living in London
Ian Taylor – Paging Dr. Death
Jez Conolly – Tea with Mrs. Hindley
Adam J. Marsh – Good Boy
Tony Earnshaw – By Dawn’s Early Light
Hannah Kate – Delivery
Sam Dawson – Gentry in the Country
Ken Shinn – The Little Red-Haired Girl
Paul Newman – The Endless Depths Above Us
Simon J. Ballard – The Making of Lord Courtley
Simon J. Ballard – The Making of Johnny Alucard
Wayne Mook – Frankenstein’s Tortoise
Martin Parsons – Calhoun Despairs
Ken Shinn – Glad It’s All Over
Selene Paxton-Brooks – Tansy’s Poppets
Jason D. Brawn – The Interview
Darrell Buxton – Luxuriate Effervescently
James Stanger – Just A Click and the Agony
Ken Shinn – A Bloody Nuisance
Ian Taylor – A Voodoo Flavour
Lawrence-Gordon Clark – Telling Stories

Contributors

Interior illustrations: Jez Connelly, Sam Dawson, Simon J. Ballard, Selene Paxton-Brooks, Mark Hetherington, Wayne Mook,

Blurb:

The moon is full … the witching hour approaches … time to devour sacrificial offerings anew!

Drug-induced paranoia brings familiar television figures to sinister life …
Something nasty dwells beneath the floorboards of a country cottage, awaiting the new tenants…
An unexpected postal delivery leads to the uncovering of an ancient vampire‘s legacy …
Strange surgical practices are employed to remove a deadly tumour – with post-op consequences

Traumatizing new tales of terror emerge from the tomb! The weird world of British horror cinema inspires this latest collection of devilish and disturbing fiction, putting fresh spins on a cornucopia of chilling characters last glimpsed through the haze of late-night television or encountered at a menacing midnight movie marathon. Dare you venture beyond the silver screen, into a nightmarish new dimension bringing all your frightening favourites to the printed page?

Be brave, be bold … or be buried!

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Darrell Buxton [ed] – 3rd BHF Book of Horror Stories

Posted by demonik on September 10, 2020

Darrell Buxton [ed] – 3rd BHF Book of Horror Stories  (BHF, Sept. 2020)


Paul Mudie

Darrell Buxton – Introduction

Richard Freeman – Cold Snap
Paul Newman – The Cold Hunger of Dead Wastelands
Tom Lee Rutter – Night of the Raven
Neil Pike – There’s No Businessss Like Showbusinessss
Darrell Buxton – Polish
Ian Taylor – An American Premonition in Lindos
Ken Shinn – Fattening Frogs for Snakes
W.R. McKay – The Connoisseur
Fritz Maitland – Death’s Head
James Stanger – The Half-Deads: The Third Chronicle of Pain
Tony Earnshaw – Special Weapons Division
Daniel McGachey – Last Departure from Hobbs End
Darrell Buxton – Mister Fixit
Eric McNaughton – It Could Have Been So Different…
Ken Shinn – A Modest Proposal
Wayne Mook – Mr Hillsings’ Dinner
Darrell Buxton – Good for the Soul
Ken Shinn – The Naked Ape: A Tale from the Monster Club
Paul Newman – Blood Ties
Martin Dallard – The Beast Must Live…!
Jolyon Yates – Cruelty Free
Darrell Buxton – The First Horror Movie
Samantha Crosby – Pillage of the Damned
Jez Conolly – Nuggets
Tony Earnshaw – Raw
Franklin Marsh – OfficeTech Intra-Personal Relationships Course – October 30th 11 p.m.
Darrell Buxton – Painting With Light
Martin Dallard – Eden: The Paradise That Never Was
Ian Taylor – Taking it Seriously
Ken Shinn – Incident Report: The Halley Incident
Nadia Mook – The Shop
Jason D. Brawn – Death and Loneliness
Neil Pike – Dog Star
Ian Millsted – A Hungarian Vampire in London
Ian Taylor – Minister of the Sinister

Contributors
Artist credits

Blurb:

It is time to keep your appointment…with Fear!
A notorious serial murderer survives to perpetuate his deadly deeds…
Monstrous childhood memories resurface to plague a troubled soul…
A newly opened cinema may he inhabited by the spectre of a vintage movie star – or possibly something worse…
Violent teenage gang members encounter an even more terrifying threat in the woods…

Vampires, zombies, ghouls, monsters, and all-too-human psychos step out of the screen and secrete themselves between the covers of our latest creepy collection – more than 30 terror tales to frighten even the hardiest horror hounds! These petrifying pages contain spine-chilling stories galore, each one a sinister spin on characters or situations from classic and cult British horror movies. Haunted by Hammer? Agitated by Amicus? Tormented by Tigon? Then step this way – you sound like our perfect victim, erm, reader ….

Available now via Lulu World Classics

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