“A perfect collision of haunted house terror and private-eye noir. Dead solid perfect!”
Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of Cave 13 and Patient Zero
“A perfect, meaty morsel of a story … I read it in one go and am devilishly hungry for more.”
Delilah S. Dawson, author of The Violence, Bloom and Star Wars: Phasma
“A snappy, delicious mix of Lovecraftian horror and pulp noir.”
Alma Katsu, author of The Hunger and The Fervor
“Hardboiled hit-men and haunted house horrors—makes for a fast-read pulp treat.”
Kim Newman, author of Anno Dracula and many more
“A fast-paced riot of a horror novella with the perfect combo of creepy and comedic. I loved every page!”
V. Castro, author of Goddess of Filth, The Haunting of Alejandra and more
“Taut, entertaining, and satisfying. A top-drawer supernatural noir!”
Lucy A. Snyder, Bram Stoker Award®-winning author of Sister, Maiden, Monster
“Great characters, sharp dialogue, complex relationships, and a terrifying and original monster! Kadrey loads every page with dread and delight.”
Tim Lebbon, author of The Silence and many more
Ford and Neuland are paranormal mercenaries—one living, one undead; one of them kills the undead, the other kills the living. When a job goes bad in New York, they head west to wait for the heat to cool down.
There, a young woman named Tilda Rosenbloom hires them on behalf of wealthy landowner, Shepherd Mansfield, to track and kill a demon haunting a mansion in remote northern California.
As Ford and Neuland investigate the creature they uncover a legacy of blood, sacrifice and slavery in the house. Forced to confront a powerful creature unlike anything they’ve faced before, they come to learn that the most frightening monster might not be the one they’re hunting…
Keep up to date with related content where you see this icon.
Click to Watch and get regular updates… find out more