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Around five years ago our own "Belle from Hell," Elaine Lamkin, rewarded Rick Yancey's The Monstrumologist (review) with a five-knife rating, and apparently Warner Bros. agrees with her because they've just picked up the rights to Yancey's entire four-book series.
Earlier this week prolific horror author Stephen King revealed that his recently released Mr. Mercedes is Book #1 of a proposed trilogy, and now he's posted a letter to his fans with more about Finders Keepers, the second installment, plus a rather macabre list.
Did you snag a copy of Stephen King's latest, Mr. Mercedes, when it was released on June 3rd? If so, we'd love to hear your thoughts, especially now that we know it's Part 1 of a proposed trilogy with Part 2's title already announced!
We're just a couple of days away from the release of Stephen King's latest, Mr. Mercedes, which arrives on Tuesday, June 3rd. To celebrate, his publishers have released some promo and teaser videos - one of which stars our old pal Pennywise.
Stephen King's UK publisher, Hodder & Stoughton, has released an excerpt from the horror master's upcoming new novel, Mr. Mercedes - the whole prologue in fact - and we have the details of how you can get your hands on it right here!
Looking for some summer reading? Well, Stephen King's Mr. Mercedes has a release date of June 3rd, and this new trailer for the novel, which arrives in the form of a letter to Detective Hodges, should pique your interest in it.
Things are happening fast for Stephen King's upcoming novel Mr. Mercedes, heading our way in June of next year. Following hot on the heels of last week's official synopsis, we now have a look at the book's cover art to share!
Stephen King has a new book heading our way in June 2014 that we haven't talked much about because, frankly, there hasn't been much to talk about. But now we have the official synopsis to share!
Christopher Rice Talks Setting His First Supernatural Novel in New Orleans, Mind Control, and More for The Heavens Rise
Christopher Rice avoided writing about the supernatural for years, but a character grabbed hold and wouldn't let go so he relented and penned The Heavens Rise. And he set it in a city he said he'd never return to in a novel...
A lot of horror happenings are taking place in October, and one we're really looking forward to is the release of Christopher Rice's first supernatural novel, The Heavens Rise. Check out this suspenseful and cinematic new trailer that gives us a peek inside.
Last summer we learned that Christopher Rice would be releasing The Heavens Rise, his first supernatural novel, this year, and now we have more details on the story's synopsis, artwork, and release date.
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try and how much you put into something, it just doesn't line up right. Such is the case with Jonathan Demme and his optioned feature film rights to Stephen King’s 11/22/63.
Several months ago we learned that bestselling children's book author R.L. Stine was entering the adult horror novel arena with Red Rain, which was released by Simon & Schuster's Touchstone imprint earlier this month. Now we have an excerpt for you to listen to.
Christopher Rice, son of Anne Rice and her late husband, poet Stan Rice, is a best-selling author in his own right with five novels (mostly thrillers) to his credit; and now he's about to follow in his mom's footsteps with the release of his first supernatural story.
Stephen King's official site broke the news this week that a new story from the author (co-written with Stewart O'Nan) is on its way August 21st, and we have all the details right here.