There’s something deadly hiding in the wilds of Mount Misery.
Novelist Jim Eldridge joins the Hacks Club for a writer’s retreat at The Devil’s Tail Lodge. Something on Mount Misery is not happy to see them. Fellow attendees, including bestseller Heather Woods and the legendary H Casper, look forward to a week of fun and relaxation, until trouble with a local man turns deadly.
The body count rises, and the survivors band together to fight the relentless killer. Will they escape the nightmare on The Devil’s Tail Ridge, or die trying?
“Say hello to horror’s next big thing.” Brian Keene, author of The Rising
She was a mystery from the start.
They found her at a roadside diner outside the small Idaho town of Clearwater, drugged and abandoned, with no memory of who she is or where she came from.
But was she a miracle?
She inspires violence with her presence, madness with a touch. As her health improves and her memories return, the hot Clearwater summer becomes increasingly strange and violent. Insanity infects the small town, a shadowy figure lurking in the woods deals death, and no one is safe.
“Knight is a writer to watch.” Ellen Datlow, editor of Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror
He comes when you’re sleeping. He is the reason you’re afraid of the dark.
After years of living as a prisoner of the fairytale monster that killed her mother, Charity has escaped, but the Bogeyman wants her back, and he will not stop until he has her. There is only one safe place for her now, a haunted place called Feral Park, but the price of safety will be more than her innocence … it will be her soul.
“Feral is a haunting, genuine fusion of horrific fantasy and the fearsome dreads of present-day life. Feral bites hard and doesn’t let go.” Tom Piccirilli, author of Midnight Road
Vengeful revenants, ghost children, woodland zombies, and lustful, demonic toys are among the menagerie of small horrors showcased in Brian Knight’s first collection, Dragonfly.
Gripping, touching, and sometimes humorous, Dragonfly deals a powerful range of emotions from love to hate, hope and loss. Reviewers and readers alike have praised Dragonfly, which received four honorable mentions in The Years Best Fantasy & Horror.
“Brian Knight’s writing shines with a dark brilliance. Dragonfly is a chilling collection of terror.” Douglas Clegg, Author of The Children’s Hour
HEART OF THE PHOENIX
The Phoenix Girls, Book 3
In this explosive conclusion to The Phoenix Girls Trilogy, the girls and their expanding circle of friends prepare to defend Aurora Hollow and Dogwood against enemies from another world, and Penny faces the greatest challenge of her young life; the truth about her father, her family’s darkest secrets, and the mystery of the Phoenix. Trouble has come to Aurora Hollow again, and this time the whole world is in danger.
THE CRIMSON BRAND
The Phoenix Girls, Book 2
The Phoenix Girls return to Aurora Hollow to learn more powerful, more difficult magic. Their strange companion and teacher, Ronan, increasingly demands more of them, even as he tracks down dangerous magical relics to close doors on trouble before it ravages Dogwood.
But closed doors never remain closed. Ready or not, the girls must defend Aurora Hollow and themselves. New friends, new enemies, and new monsters join the mystical mayhem as an old threat returns to Dogwood with a new goal: to destroy the Phoenix Girls.
“Fantasy and suspense elements stand out – Imaginative fun.” Kirkus Reviews
THE CONJURING GLASS
The Phoenix Girls, Book 1
When thirteen-year-old orphan Penny Sinclair moves to the small town of Dogwood to live with her godmother, she expects her life to become very dull. She doesn’t expect to find a strange talking fox roaming the countryside near her new home, a kindred spirit in her new friend Zoe, or the secret grove where they discover the long hidden magic of The Phoenix Girls.
Learning to use magic isn’t easy, though; Penny and Zoe get their magic wrong almost as often as they get it right. When something sinister threatens Dogwood, their often accidental magic may be the only thing that can stop it.
“Knight makes a solid transition into YA from his previous horror and dark fantasy work; unexpected plot developments, wish fulfillment, and an eerie atmosphere combine to make the adventure a quick but entertaining fantasy-mystery.” Publishers Weekly