Grey Friar Press news

Gray Friar Press has announced:

A new collection of short stories by Rhys Hughes, The Brothel Creeper. ‘From the whorehouses of Cardiff to the jungles of Brazil, from the catacombs of Paris to the pearly gates of Heaven, along the coasts of Equatorial Africa to the screaming chaos of Hell on Earth, wanders the spirit of decadence, the brothel creeper.’ Available in two formats: jacketed hardcover flat-signed by the author and limited to 100 copies(’18 / $34) and a mass market paperback ‘8.99 / $16.

Paul Finch’s monster collection of novellas and novelettes One Monster is Not Enough is now available in paperback. The hardcover sold out almost immediately, so don’t miss out on this superb collection of eight long and powerful horror stories. Only ‘8.99 / $16.

The Press is proud to announce that Lisa Morton’s haunting novel The Castle Of Los Angeles, published by GFP early last year, has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. To celebrate this they are offering a FREE COPY of the book in PDF format to anyone who requests it by emailing gary.fry [@] virgin.net. 

Finally, GFP is offering free books: spend ’20 / $36 or more in the store and you’ll get a copy of the signed hardcover of Stephen Volk’s novella Vardoger, or if you already own that book, Nicholas Royle’s novella The Appetite.

Gray Friar Press has announced:

A new collection of short stories by Rhys Hughes, The Brothel Creeper. ‘From the whorehouses of Cardiff to the jungles of Brazil, from the catacombs of Paris to the pearly gates of Heaven, along the coasts of Equatorial Africa to the screaming chaos of Hell on Earth, wanders the spirit of decadence, the brothel creeper.’ Available in two formats: jacketed hardcover flat-signed by the author and limited to 100 copies(’18 / $34) and a mass market paperback ‘8.99 / $16.

Paul Finch’s monster collection of novellas and novelettes One Monster is Not Enough is now available in paperback. The hardcover sold out almost immediately, so don’t miss out on this superb collection of eight long and powerful horror stories. Only ‘8.99 / $16.

The Press is proud to announce that Lisa Morton’s haunting novel The Castle Of Los Angeles, published by GFP early last year, has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel. To celebrate this they are offering a FREE COPY of the book in PDF format to anyone who requests it by emailing gary.fry [@] virgin.net. 

Finally, GFP is offering free books: spend ’20 / $36 or more in the store and you’ll get a copy of the signed hardcover of Stephen Volk’s novella Vardoger, or if you already own that book, Nicholas Royle’s novella The Appetite.