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Welcome to a strange and twisted world where the spooky, the shocking, and the positively petrifying are lurking just out of sight. A bus ride home ... turns into your worst nightmare. A quaint country cottage ... has a grisly secret. A man returns from holiday ... with bubbling skin and bloodshot eyes. Horowitz Horror. It's all around you. Alive. Waiting. Enter if you dare.
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It does not pay to anger the gods…If you’re lucky, you might just end up being transformed into a spider, falling hopelessly in love with your reflection or being hunted by your own hounds.
And if you’re unlucky? Well … read on…
The first official new Sherlock Holmes mystery, written by global bestseller Anthony Horowitz.
Two spine-chilling short stories by Anthony Horowitz, a master-storyteller and the best-selling author of the Alex Rider series. Jamie is pleased with the camera he finds at a car boot sale - that is until he realises everything he photographs breaks . . . or dies. Henry soon finds out that his new computer has a life of its own - and it's not afraid to gamble with people's lives.
Three sinister and creepy tales by Anthony Horowitz, a master-storyteller and the best-selling author of the Alex Rider series. Gary hates the countryside - why did his mum have to bring him here to stay with his gran. It's boring and prickly and field after field, it all looks the same - especially when you're lost . . . Kevin loves computer games, but this latest game (Smash Crash Slash 500 Plus) breaks all the rules, and now Kevin is part of the game . . . Howard is in Heaven, strange after a life spent bullying, stealing and playing truant - so why is he so unhappy?
Three terrifying short stories by Anthony Horowitz, a master-storyteller and the best-selling author of the Alex Rider series. It's Hallowe'en, but the living dead on the Night Bus aren't trick or treaters. And when Nick and Jeremy get on board, it looks like the bus is not going to be taking them home . . . When his dad picks up a hitchhiker, Jacob find himself in a life or death situation. Could the hitcher be on the run from the nearby Maximum Security Unit? For sure, someone in the car has a deadly secret . . . Who is the man with the damaged yellow face in the middle photo in Peter's strip of passport photos - because it can't be him, can it? Is is a ghost, or something more sinister?
Uncle Nigel is determined to get a sun tan. But Tim is sure there is something sinister going on, when his uncle's skin starts to frazzle and his brain begins to fry.
When Bart buys a magical monkey's ear in a market in Marrakesh, he discovers that making wishes is a dangerous game - you might just get what you wish for . . .
And who is the writer of the shortest horror story ever written?
Two spooky short stories by Anthony Horowitz, a master-storyteller and the best-selling author of the Alex Rider series.
All the previous owners of Twist Cottage have died in mysterious circumstances. Just a coincidence, thinks Ben, when he, his father and his unpleasant new stepmother move in. But then he starts to discover the cottage's secret . . .
Two dark and creepy tales by Anthony Horowitz, a master-storyteller and the best-selling author of the Alex Rider series.
David's mobile won't stop ringing, but these are no ordinary callers. He seems to have a hotline to heaven - or is it to hell?
Isabel has a nasty feeling that the Victorian bath her parents have installed is waiting for her - and it isn't for a bubble bath, more a blood bath . . .
When life is over, and the conflicted souls of the dead wend their weary way down to the underworld, what do they see? A three-headed dog with slavering jaws, a dark and foreboding river with a skeletal ferryman or simply darkness? Only the very brave or very foolish will venture down into the realm of the afterlife by choice, and they will seldom live to tell the tale . . .