In Lisa Tuttle’s stories, the everyday domestic world of her female protagonists is invaded by the bizarre, the uncanny, the horrific.
When the Belzec concentration camp was liberated in 1945, no one could explain how a group of Jewish captives had not only survived but thrived
Sally Ann and Martha. Two women, searching for love. Finding terror.
Out of the darkness of the fetid Hudson River, the undead rose to eat their victims alive....
Celebrating the weird, gory, freaky, amazing horror fiction of the 70's and 80's.
Everybody is a book of blood; wherever we're opened, we're red
"En hård satan, der blander mange idéer - snuff movies, gammeldags fordærv, moderne teknologi, retfærd og ikke mindst en homage til Edgar Allan Poe."