EDWARD LEE is the author of almost fifty novels and numerous short stories and novellas. Several of his properties have been optioned for film, while Header was released on DVD in 2009; also, he has been published in Germany, England, Romania, Greece, Japan, Russia, France and Austria. Recent releases include Bullet Through Your Face and Brain Cheese Buffet (story collections), Header 2, and the hardcore Lovecraftian books The Innswich Horror, Trolley No. 1852, Pages Torn From A Travel Journal, Going Monstering, and Haunter of the Threshold.
The living legend of literary mayhem. Read him if you dare!
— Richard Laymon, author of To Wake the Dead and Savage
Edward Lee's writing is fast and mean as a chain saw revved to full-tilt boogie.
— Jack Ketchum, author of Off Season and The Girl Next Door
Lee pulls no punches.
Signed & numbered
Limited edition hardcover
Small size: 4 x 6 x .5 in
The ninth title in Borderlands Press' “Little Book” series II is by cult favorite writer Ed Lee, who has created a
A Little Magenta Book about a Dollhouse.
WELCOME TO THE PATTEN MANOR HOUSE.
It’s a horror house, a slaughter house, a devil house. And it’s something else, too:
A doll house.
Reginald Lympton collects doll houses, and now that he’s acquired the rare Patten Doll House, he can boast the most preeminent collection in the world. But after visions too abominable to reckon, and nightmares blacker than the most bottomless abyss, he discovers in short order that his acquisition is not a prized collector’s item at all but a diabolical thoroughfare designed to serve the darkest indulgences of the King of Terrors.
Now, Edward Lee, the master of hardcore horror, has penned this audacious homage to the master of the Victorian ghost story, M.R. James.
Check out this awesome little book
"Down here, we take care of our own..."
Three Manhattan rich boys looking for some kicks, a beautiful hill-girl trapped in a life of morbid prostitution, a backwoods town shrouded in a secret so demented that it beggars description. What do these three things all have in common?
The myth is over a hundred years old, and the act more twisted, more perverse, and more utterly hideous than anything imaginable. Rape, mutilation, and torture of the most abominable sort all seem meek by comparison...
Some things are worse than even the devil's work. Far, far worse.
A novel of unspeakable evil.