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The most terrifying characters in fiction

Kerry Meech gives us a Halloween run down of the top ten most terrifying characters ever. Sort of.

In conversation: Kim Newman

In conversation: Kim Newman

Posted on 31st Oct, 2014 by Matthew O'Donoghue & Kim Newman

Matthew O'Donoghue speaks to master of horror Kim Newman about scary monsters, super TV schedules, and his new novel An English Ghost Story.

Book Club: The Path to Love and Treasure

Book Club: The Path to Love and Treasure

Posted on 20th Oct, 2014 by Ayelet Waldman

Ayelet Waldman reveals the truth about what really lead her down the path to writing Love and Treasure - our Book Club choice this week.  

REDRUM REDRUM: Re-reading The Shining

With its sequel coming in just under two weeks, Sasha James - official Stephen King Super-fan and Lead Bookseller at our Greenwich bookshop - has been re-reading The Shining... 

Linwood Barclay's top 10 thrillers

Linwood Barclay's top 10 thrillers

Posted on 19th May, 2014 by Linwood Barclay

Linwood Barclay knows a thing or two about thrillers, so to mark the publication of A Tap on the Window in paperback this week here are his top ten thriller movies of all time.

"America’s deepest psychic wound" - Greg Iles

Greg Iles discusses his latest Penn Cage thriller - an epic tale of the Deep South, which tackles "America’s deepest psychic wound"...

The King in Yellow and HBO’s True Detective

Marcus Gipp of Gollancz shares a Lovecraftian collection of short stories whose ripples can be felt in HBO's cult hit True Detective...

Out of strange places...

Out of strange places...

Posted on 17th Jan, 2014 by Guest contributor

From Cronenberg to Christie, via Eugenides and King, James Smythe tells us about the echoes of uncommon inspirations in his latest science fiction novel...

Review of the year: October-December

Though the year isn't quite over yet, we're going to try to wrap up the last three months this week...

Twauthors - The best authors on Twitter

It’s no surprise that authors have taken to Twitter, an almost entirely text-based medium. With Stephen King joining Twitter the other day and taking all the attention, we thought it only fair to take a moment to highlight some of our favourite authors who have been tweeting long before King decided it was time to further enrage Jonathan Franzen. And, it should go without saying, #ff.

Review of the year - January to March

Over the next four weeks, we're looking at our highlights of 2013, starting with the first three months of the year...

King on Carrie

King on Carrie

Posted on 29th Nov, 2013 by Guest contributor

With a new film adaptation out today, Stephen King describes the inspiration behind Carrie, the book which changed his life and set him on the road to becoming the bestselling author he is today...