Books by Kim Newman

AN ENGLISH GHOST STORY by Kim Newman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 7, 2014

"A tongue-in-cheek ghost story that winks at the haunted-house trope without bringing much that's new to the table, though a few moments of genuine fright should thrill readers looking for a new take on an old classic."
The perennial reinventor of classic horror turns his sights on the traditional English haunted-house story. Read full book review >
JUDGMENT OF TEARS by Kim Newman
THRILLERS
Released: Nov. 1, 1998

"As did Fellini's, Newman's artistry meets the challenge with energy to spare."
With his third in a series, Newman remains in top form as our sharpest vampire novelist, a far more inventive stylist than Anne Rice. Read full book review >
THE BLOODY RED BARON by Kim Newman
THRILLERS
Released: Nov. 1, 1995

Vampire-battle aces let slip the bats of war in this superior sequel to Anno-Dracula (1993), itself a benchmark for vampire fiction. Read full book review >
THE QUORUM by Kim Newman
Released: Oct. 14, 1994

"For amateur theologians and a few flagellants, the ruminations on the true nature of sacrifice might be of interest; for everyone else, a yawn."
Newman's fifth horror/thriller lives up to both the best and the worst of his earlier novels. Read full book review >
ANNO-DRACULA by Kim Newman
Released: Sept. 15, 1993

"A bloody delight."
Newman goes over the top in every novel (Night Mayor, Bad Dreams, Jago), each featuring a monstrous overlord of horror unlikely to be dethroned—but this time he leaps to new heights, drawing the Dracula novel that sets a benchmark for vampire fiction. Read full book review >
JAGO by Kim Newman
THRILLERS
Released: Jan. 15, 1993

"A shot at the transcendental, with fantasy to splurge."
Once again, Newman (The Night Mayor, 1990; Bad Dreams, 1991)- -in his best effort yet—strives to deepen the horror-novel genre, or give it new levels. Read full book review >
BAD DREAMS by Kim Newman
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 14, 1991

"Comforting."
Riotously inventive horror fantasy, the second novel by the author of the wildly original The Night Mayor (1990). Read full book review >