Much to his own surprise, a rich businessman dies and finds himself still alive. He has a beautiful attendant and an abundance of delights. But he soon discovers that not everything is as it seems in his new abode.
A decrepit mansion. A decadent aristocrat. A secluded attic. A demonic ritual. An old housecleaner. The chances of a happy ending seem as remote as the setting. But the old woman does something her enemies don’t anticipate.
An isolated farmhouse in the mountains of Northern Ireland. A dark midnight at the end of October. A drawer of curiosities. An old, dark book. Would you dare open its pages? And, if you started to read it, could you ever stop?
The works of J R R Tolkien are usually classified as high fantasy fiction. But they contain many horror elements. What are these exactly, and how far down do the penetrate to the very core of Tolkien’s world?
Many preachers warn their flocks against horror novels and movies. Ex-pastor and professional author Mike Duran mounts a thoughtful and thought-provoking defence of the horror genre from a Christian viewpoint.