Reunited with long-lost paramour Quinn in London, Cass learns that Quinn is wanted by both Interpol and the Russian mob and fears she will be next when he goes missing, a situation that forces her to go on the run. By the Nebula Award-winning author of Available Dark.
When a bizarre virulent plague breaks out throughout the world's major cities, causing victims to spontaneously combust, a dedicated nurse resolves to survive until her baby is born and receives protection from a mysterious infected man who uses his fire symptoms to help others.
When a popular high school athlete commits suicide amid rumors of local satanic worship in a 1990s Pennsylvania community, an unlikely friendship between a lonely misfit and a pop-culture rebel leads both to a feverish downward spiral of high risk and dangerous secrets.
After the death of his young daughter in a hit-and-run accident, Gil Ferko is introduced to heroin by former classmate Jen Yoder, who herself is haunted by a suicide she witnessed, while Gil's wife connects to a mysterious young girl, who may be a ghost.
Years after waking up dozens of feet below the ground on the palm of what seems to be a mysterious giant metal hand, a top-level physicist leads a team of people to discover the nature of the hand, where it came from, and what it portends for humanity.
The Volunteer, a nineteenth-century Yorkshire whaling ship, becomes the stage for a confrontation between brutal harpooner Henry Drax and ex-army surgeon Patrick Sumner, the ship's medic, during a violent, ill-fated voyage to the Arctic.
Joining her fellow English villagers in a misty churchyard on St. Mark's Eve, a taxidermist's daughter reflects on the mysterious downfall of her father's once-famous museum before discovering the body of a stranger whose death unlocks dark memories.
Suffering at the hands of cruel family members and brutal school administrators, sensitive orphan Jane Steele murderously retaliates against her abusers and takes a job as a governess working with mysterious servants while falling in love with her employer, in a serial-killer reimagining of Jane Eyre.
David Kushner documents the story of his brother's murder at the hands of two drifters and his family's efforts to survive and seek justice against a backdrop of 1970s parenting dynamics and media hype.
To escape the brutality of Auschwitz, a former pulp fiction author imagines an alternate history where Hitler was toppled in a coup and is forced to eke out a living as a low-rent private investigator on the grimiest streets of London.
Filmmaker Millicent Roper — who lives with Borderline Personality Disorder and prosthetic legs after a suicide attempt — becomes entangled with the mysterious Arcadia Project and finds herself working as an amateur detective while still trying to make it in Hollywood.