Morrigan Books has over 15 different titles in print, from anthologies and collections through to novels. Please feel free to browse our title list.

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Creeping In Reptile Flesh

Creeping in Reptile Flesh by Robert Hood “Creeping in Reptile Flesh brings together some of the best from his twistedly evil mind…There are many types of horror here to suit many tastes and all of them will please the discerning reader who enjoys good tales told well.” — Keith Stevenson, Aurealis #43 A detective, hired …

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Dead Souls

Dead Souls contains twenty-five stories that will only ensure the darkness without enfolds you in its cold embrace … beware … be ready … be damned!   Before God created light, there was darkness. Even after He illuminated the world, there were shadows — shadows that allowed the darkness to fester and infect the unwary. …

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Ghosts of Unspoken Thoughts

The poems of Karen L. Newman’s latest poetry collection, Ghosts of Unspoken Thoughts, haunt the reader long after being read. From a man who says goodbye to his wife too late, to a girl not confronting her bully in school, each poem explores different types of regret with the aid of stark imagery and sharp …

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Grants Pass

Winner of an Australian Shadows Award! The apocalypse has arrived. Humanity was decimated by bio-terrorism; three engineered plagues were let loose on the world. Barely anyone has survived. Just a year before the collapse, Grants Pass, Oregon, USA, was publicly labelled as a place of sanctuary in a whimsical online, “what if” post. Now, it …

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How to Make Monsters

Monsters. They are everywhere, all around. Since the dawn of mankind, we have always made our own monsters: the terrors of capitalism and corruption, the things between the cracks, the ghosts of self…terrible beasts of desire, debt, regret, racism…of family ties, and the things that get in the way of our aspirations…the familiar monsters of …

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Requiems for the Departed

Irish Crime. Irish Myths. Edited by Gerard Brennan & Mike Stone Requiems for the Departed contains seventeen short stories, inspired by Irish mythology, from some of the finest contemporary writers in the business. Watch the children of Conchobar return to their mischievous ways, meet ancient Celtic royalty, and follow druids and banshees as they are …

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Scenes from the Second Storey – Australian Edition

Inspired Stories from Australian Authors Scenes from the Second Storey is an anthology that pays homage to an album that Morrigan Books’ publisher, Mark S. Deniz, believes is one of the greatest of all time; Scenes from the Second Storey, by The God Machine. Each story in this collection has been inspired by a track …

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Scenes from the Second Storey – International Edition

Edited by Mark S. Deniz & Sharon Ring Thirteen tales of murder, revenge, betrayal, obsession and desire your usual fare? Well not when adding the fact that all these stories were inspired by The God Machine’s album of the same name, a concept queried by some before reading the first of these two themed anthologies: …

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Slice of Life

Morrigan Books is very proud to republish Paul Haines’ collection Slice of Life, as part of its new e-book series. Paul has already been published by Morrigan Books in the anthology Scenes from the Second Storey, with his short story I’ve Seen the Man, and has garnered success with his writing, several of his short …

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The Even

Features a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Elaine Cunningham! N.B. The 200 limited edition hardback copy is signed and numbered and features a special passage Laying the Curse, not available in the paperback version. by T. A. Moore In the Even — a city built in the intersection between the real and the …

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The Iron Khan

The Iron Khan is no longer sold by Morrigan Books A Detective Chen Novel Being considered a friend to the Emperor of Heaven has its drawbacks — especially when you’re Detective Inspector Chen and the Emperor needs assistance in finding the Book; an escaped, self-aware magical artifact with the power to alter the world. Tasked …

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The Phantom Queen Awakes

Love, death and war… The Morrigan goddess represented all three to the ancient Celts. Journey with our authors as they tell stories of love, war, hatred, revenge and mortality – each featuring the Morrigan in her many guises. Re-visit the world of Deverry, and of Nevyn, with a previously unpublished tale by Katharine Kerr, watch …

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The Whisper Jar

The Whisper Jar by Carole Lanham   “I do not know what you have done, but put your mouth right here. Confess your crime to this fruit jar as though it were God’s ear.” ~ fromThe Whisper Jar Some secrets are kept in jars — others, in books. Some are left forgotten in musty rooms …

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This book is yet to be released. This wonderful novel, penned by Martyn Taylor, is set during the Indian summer of 1888. London is the capital of an empire that colours half the map of the earth red. Yet even the rulers of such an empire are taken aback when envoys arrive from a very …

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Every room has a story to tell – the question is: can you bear to listen; can you bring yourself to hear the voices? In every room, there is a story. In this hotel, the stories run to the wicked and macabre. Well crafted psychological and supernatural horror offerings await you, each written by a …

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