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13: Tales of Dark Fiction


Morpheus Tales, the UK's most controversial horror, sf and fantasy magazine, proudly presents its first original dark fiction anthology: 13.

Original fiction by Eric S Brown, Joseph D'Lacey, Gary Fry, Andrew Hook, Shaun Jeffrey, Matt Leyshon, Gary McMahon, Andy Remic, Stanley Riiks, Tommy B. Smith, Alan Spencer, Fred Venturini, and William R.D. Wood.

Featuring a wide range of dark fiction, including horror, dark fantasy and dark SF, Morpheus Tales has pulled stories from around the world. 13 authors each present their own story: disturbing malevolence, personal fear, ghostly debts, the apocalypse, musical madness, sasquatch and more... All manner of disturbingly dark tales are contained in this collection.


"Thirteen glorious tales of horror await your twisted imaginations within the pages of this sick (in a good way) anthology. If you love reading horror stories & novels, I highly recommend that you check this anthology out!"
- Douglas Cobb

"I read a lot of anthologies, and this is the best I've yet to read. I was already a fan of D'Lacey's and Brown's, but Remic, McMahon, Tommy B. Smith... all have got a new fan."
- Craig Saunders


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