Présentation de l'éditeur
In Bedridden Honeymoon, a newlywed English professor falls into paranoiac delusion as he is stalked by his new bride’s deranged ex-husband on their honeymoon.
In An Axe Through Bone, a groundskeeper finds a garage room that allows him to be transported into the medieval world of his imagination, where his adventures provide escape from the reality of his wife’s recent (and abrupt) death.
In These Walls, a tale of woe is told from the perspective of Eastlake Manor, the living embodiment of a home that finds itself forced to haunt away its terrible new tenants after its old masters pass away.
In Life and Limb, a mannequin sculptor with a wretched secret is plagued by guilt to the point of hallucination, or so he thinks.
In The Curious Debt of William T. Bellows, William learns that no gentlemen’s accord comes free of unexpected fine print, especially one concocted by a demon and sealed in blood.
These five, grim novelettes are separated by four equally haunting short stories, all guaranteed to test the limits of the reader's imagination and explore the furthest stretches of life, death, and the morality that lies somewhere in between.