- Signed by author William Meikle and artist M. Wayne Miller
- Limited to 26 signed and lettered copies worldwide
- Bound in black leather
- Features full color end sheets
- Custom haunted house front cover stamp
- Housed in a black slipcase
|Dimensions||11 x 8 x 2 in|
Publisher: Dark Renaissance Books
William Meikle is a Scottish writer with over a dozen novels published in the genre press and over 200 short story credits in thirteen countries. He is the author of the ongoing Midnight Eye series among others, and his work appears in a number of professional anthologies. His ebook THE INVASION has been as high as #2 in the Kindle SF charts. He lives in a remote corner of Newfoundland with icebergs, whales and bald eagles for company. In the winters he gets warm vicariously through the lives of others in cyberspace, so please check him out at http://www.williammeikle.com
M. Wayne Miller has become a well-known name in the field of horror illustration. Not to be limited, Wayne is equally adept with science fiction, fantasy, and young adult themes, welcoming the opportunities of each genre and, frequently, combining them all. His list of clients has grown long indeed, and Wayne intends to continue his quest to learn and grow as an artist and illustrator.
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The second book in the Dark Renaissance Books Haunted House series is a new haunted house novella by William Meikle! Fully illustrated by M. Wayne Miller.
The house on the moor held frightening secrets within…and without.
David Blacklaw and Hugh Fraswer were celebrities in the days before it became a dirty word. They had done it all, in grand style—until the mysterious scandal that brought their fame crashing to an end. Now Fraser’s grandson, John, has come to the crumbling Blacklaw ancestral home on the Scottish moors, looking for answers, in search of a story that will make his career.
But what he finds is much more than a cover-up of a scandalous secret. A brooding terror lurks in the shadows of Black law House, something that skitters in the eaves and rustles in the pages of the books in the old library—a dark entity that whispers in John’s ear, seducing and promising. Meanwhile, outside in the mist, something walks the fog-bound moors, getting ever closer to the house even as Jon closes in on the secret.
The race is on for John to find the answer and reap the prize, before the horror takes root in his soul.