Love the atmosphere and it's very inviting
Madison Lunnen
Madison Lunnen
I love coming to this store! Good stock of indie and classic horror. It's clear the owners know their stuff. Very friendly! Also, it's very well decorated. And the kids' section is very cute. Definitely recommend!
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David Swisher
I've only had the opportunity to order online, but each order has been a delightful experience. Support this store in confidence!
Dan C
Dan C
This place is great! Owner is super friendly. We need to appreciate businesses that go whole hog on horror.
Brandy Rainey
Brandy Rainey
Wonderful selection horror books. My new favorite book store hands down.
Susan Snyder
Susan Snyder
This store holds a treasure of horror books from non-fiction to children’s books to extreme horror. The owners are absolutely wonderful and welcoming. They have special events as well! You have to check them out!
Cynthia Pelayo
Cynthia Pelayo
Very cool place! Great owner. Great books. They are super nice and knowledgeable. It’s very family friendly here. Just fair warning, The owner likes to dress like his dog. So, you may see him dressed in a dog suit from time to time,

The Train Derails in Boston


By Jessica McHugh

ISBN: 978-1-943720-06-4

Cover Art: Dyer Wilk

Release Date: June 09, 2016



“A feverish wet dream of erotic horror – eerie, intense, and deeply unsettling.”

“This is probably the most impressive horror novel I’ve read in 2016.”

“McHugh leaves nothing to the imagination with this one, plunging the reader into a sex-filled story of a family being haunted and torn apart. This book will make you feel dirty once you have finished it.”

Rebecca Malone has problems. Not just the alcohol. Not just her husband’s inane attempts at writing a bestselling novel, their teenage daughter’s promiscuity, or her certifiable mother. Not even her lover, who wants to take her husband’s place in Cherrywood Lodge, the famous estate she now calls home. Her biggest issues start the moment she discovers a chest of ancient mahjong tiles in the basement of her new house, causing her life to spin out of control with hallucinations, sexual deviances, and grisly murders. Is the mahjong game haunted? Or are Rebecca’s problems part of a different game, started before she was born?

“This is what the [American Horror Story] Murder House should have been.”

“Picture the strange love-child between Stephen King and E.L. James and the kind of imagination that kid could have… I’m not easily frightened, but some of the truly dark and gritty scenes in this novel freaked me out a bit.”


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