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Here are the three top new pre-order titles available through the Horror Mall …

Creekers by Edward Lee (Signed Trade Paperback): Crick City is a small hick town. Violent, mean and dirt-poor, it’s a place nobody wants to call home. But for homicide cop Phil Straker, it is home. And now someone—or something—is turning his boyhood town into a bloody sideshow of mutilation and gruesome carnage. They’re called Creekers. Centuries old, driven by rage and lust for revenge, they move through the deep, dark woods— deformed, shadowy outcasts with twisted faces and blood-red eyes. Now, as the moon hangs low over their ancient house, they’re gathering for a harvest of terror and death Crick City will never forget…

Legacies by F. Paul Wilson (limited edition): Gauntlet’s upcoming publication of F. Paul Wilson’s Legacies is the 10th Anniversary edition of the only published Repairman Jack novel not to be released as a signed limited edition. Dr. Alicia Clayton, a pediatrician who treats children with AIDS, is full of secrets, and she has just inherited a house that holds another. Haunted by painful memories, Alicia wants the house destroyed – but somehow everyone she enlists to help ends up violently killed. The house holds a powerful secret, and Alicia’s charmless brother Thomas seems willing to do anything to get his hands on that secret himself. But not if Repairman Jack can find it first.

Poe by Stewart O’Nan: In this fascinating, unproduced screenplay, Stewart O’Nan offers readers a unique perspective into the life and mind of the classic horror writer, Edgar Allan Poe. Much of O’Nan’s inspiration, of course, comes from Poe’s written work, and one of the many pleasures of this screenplay is how it dramatizes the origin of iconic stories or poems: a distraught glance in the mirror predicts the doppelgänger of “William Wilson,” or the distracting chatter of birds suggests the idea of “The Raven.” O’Nan sorts through the representations and misrepresentations of Poe’s many biographers—including his enemy turned literary executor, Rufus Griswold—to produce a multi-faceted portrait of this famous, and famously troubled, writer.

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