Dan Soule

IF DREAMS CAN COME TRUE, SO CAN NIGHTMARES

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SWEET DREAMS AREN’T MADE OF THESE. Something more than ghosts pursue a family through a desert war zone. A slaughterman says goodbye to his job, but a place of death opens many doorways to dark places. From a father with a dark past, a young woman’s inheritance gives her far more than she thinks. And a mother’s coffee shop daydream could unleash her worst nightmare. These are just some of the dark imaginings that will infect your dreams and rip you from sleep with a cold sweat because you’ve got NIGHT TERRORS.

If dreams come true, then so do nightmares. Especially when demons hide – and devour – in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children’s nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake.

He is deathly pale. His fingernails are cut to sharp points. His teeth protrude menacingly from his mouth in clouds of rancid breath… Yet even Count Dracula’s unnerving appearance and the frightened reaction of the local peasants fail to warn Jonathan Harker, a young man from England, about his host. Little does Jonathan know that this is a land where babies are snatched for their blood and wolves howl menacingly from the forest, where reality is far more frightening than superstition. What’s more, it’s going to be up to him to stop the world’s most bloodthirsty predator…

One of the best known horror stories ever.

Victor Frankenstein, a Swiss scientist, has a great ambition: to create intelligent life. But when his creature first stirs, he realizes he has made a monster. A monster which, abandoned by his master and shunned by everyone who sees it, follows Dr Frankenstein with murder and horrors to the very ends of the earth.

In a quest to discover his inner self, celebrated physician Dr Henry Jekyll, uncovers a monster. At first he attempts to conceal this but gradually Hyde becomes stronger and stronger, dominating Jekyll and ultimately destroying them both. First published to immediate acclaim in 1886, this mesmerising thriller is a terrifying study of the lightness and darkness living inside every human soul.

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Savage

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Jack is back, but he isn’t even the worst thing on the streets of Whitechapel…

The Ripper copycat murders are on the front pages, and Dylan is just a paperboy forced to deliver drugs along with the morning news. When a new house appears on his paper round, fate pushes Dylan into a rival gang’s territory. Risking being stabbed and robbed, he delivers the paper to 25 Gallows Court. But there’s something not quite right about the rundown house… On the backstreets of London, where life is cheap, there are always deals to be made. Dylan might want to be a little more careful with whose offer he takes. Because what he gives away might wake up something far worse than the murderer stalking the women of Whitechapel. Read more…

Neolithica

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What happens when the archaeological find of a lifetime becomes a threat to life itself?

After the death of her husband, Professor Mirin Hassan wants life to return to normal for her and her son. But when construction workers discover an ancient body in a Scottish peat bog, Mirin has no choice but to investigate the intricately tattooed Neolithic boy. Media attention and professional rivalries become the least of her worries because something other than cameras followed the corpse back to the university. Something beyond reason. Something evil. Something Mirin and the entire world will wish had stayed buried. Read more…

Witchopper

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If you see her, then you’re dead…

All Rob wanted to do was fit in at his new school after being torn from London so his parents could fix their marriage. But when Rob’s journalist father dragged him along to investigate the legend of the Witchopper for the local paper, her curse became their reality. In the vein of The Wickerman and Midsommar, Witchopper is an epic ordeal of a father and son relationship, where past sins echo in the present. Dan Soule delivers another of his terrifying Fright Nights, with a tale of love, lies and truth that will leave you sleeping with the light on. Read more…

In Tooth and Claw

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If dreams come true, so do nightmares.

Especially when demons hide – and devour – in plain sight, or the wrong psychopath is recruited for their dream job. When a telephone rings for a forgotten boy in an old red telephone box, or when the sinister origin of a curse is locked within a children’s nursery rhyme, then the horror will follow you darkly into your dreams. And it will still be there when you wake. Read more…

The Ash

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You know the drill: mushroom clouds, end of the world, only the clichés survive. This isn’t that…

Even on the day of his divorce, Constable Jim Castle just wants to get back to his family, but no one can risk going outside. Not any more. Worse still, when the fallout starts, Jim is hostage to a gang of armed thieves in a rundown farmhouse. Their plan is simple: wait it out as the radioactive ash piles higher and try not to kill each other. But they don’t have to worry about any of that. Because all their assumptions about what caused the end of the world are about to be snatched away – like a body into the ash. Read more…

ABOUT DAN

Horror & speculative fiction

Born and raised in Nottinghamshire, England, Dan grew up in a small cathedral town called Southwell. He moved to Glasgow, Scotland aged 19 and met his now wife, a Northern Irish girl. Hence, Dan now lives in Northern Ireland on the beautiful Antrim Coast, with his wife and two children, Cassie the cat and Jessie the dog.

Author Dan Soule

“Dan Soule is a cinematic writer – a master at focusing the reader’s attention on the seemingly mundane details of a setting as he steadily builds the mood of his narrative from a whisper of uneasiness to a crescendo of full-blown cosmic horror” – Paul Guernsey, Editor & Publisher of The Ghost Story

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