Lyn Lowry fantasizes about escaping her ordinary life as a waitress in a rural roadside diner, dreaming about the excitement of living in the big city. But when the first bullets smash through the windows of Your Mountain Home Kitchen, she finds herself living in a nightmare instead. Surviving the initial attack is only the beginning of the ordeal as Lyn reluctantly steps up to take control and find a way to escape alive. The other survivors trapped in
New York Times bestselling author Christopher Golden has always claimed to be a lifelong fan of the team-up, and in the pages of Don’t Go Alone he proves it. Over the course of his career, Golden has collaborated on at least two dozen novels, as well as comic books, screenplays, radio plays, an animated web series, short stories, and novellas. Now, for the first time, many of the stories Golden has written with his closest friends and collaborators are col
“Dinner For One is a love letter from a man to his late wife. A way of saying farewell, but never goodbye. It's a record of love and loss and what it means to be human. Jim Moore is a large man with a large heart, and while that heart has been broken, it is, as Hemingway put it, 'strong in the broken places.'" — From the introduction by Charles R. Rutledge CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY (Click Squares Below To Scroll Through More Titles
Legends say that on stormy nights, or during sunsets, there sometimes comes a strange whistling in the sky followed by sightings of enormous black dogs. But these are no ordinary dogs. They are demonic things, hounds loose from the Wild Hunt, and they are searching for lost souls. They are rarely sighted more than one at a time, but if all seven should come together, it will mean the end of the world. In the picturesque New England town of Kingsbury, Vermo
Some people just see the world differently. The author of this collection has, at times, argued that The Terminator is a love story, that Bob Dylan’s “Don't Think Twice, It’s All Right” is joyful rather than bitter, and that the characters of Everybody Loves Raymond are more monstrous than the Bates Family. In his first collection of original fiction, he turns his wry, satiric eye upon landscapes of his own creation — including the early days of skydivi
Last December, I had the (highly stressful!) honor of organizing the Haverhill Public Holiday Bookfear. This River City Writers Event, which was open to the general public and absolutely free to attend, brought together authors, artists, publishers, editors, collectors and fans in a celebration of the holidays and of the written word. Authors read all day, AMAZING door prizes were raffled off (and I do mean AMAZING; we gave away a Kindle Fire HD!), and mon
Welcome to the new web site of Haverhill House Publishing! I'll be using this portion of the site ("From The Publisher," i.e. the blog section) to make announcements about new projects / titles across all of our imprints and to promote events where I (and our authors) will be making appearances. Please make sure to follow us via our social media accounts to receive said announcements through your own newsfeed as well (please see righthand sidebar). M...