By Ben Macallan
Out now in US, Canada, UK and Ireland!
£7.99 (UK) ISBN 978-1-78108-0-511
$8.99/$10.99 (US & CAN) ISBN 978-1-78108-0-528
Available as an ebook
Desdaemona has Hell at her heels!
"Riveting... A gripping ghost-ride through the daemon-haunted landscape of modern England."
– Charles Stross
“A bizarrely mature message for a perpetually immature subgenre... Despite all the melodrama and the neuroses, I wrapped up Desdaemona keen to know what happened next.”
– Pornokitsch on Desdaemona
Desdaemona’s done a bad, bad thing. Again. So she’s back on the road; and where better to look for shelter than with the boy she was running from before? But trouble follows. If it wasn’t Jacey’s parents who sent the deadly Twa Corbies in chase of her, then who was it?
Ben Macallan, pseudonym of award-winning crime and thriller writer Chaz Brenchley, returns to the urban fantasy world he created in Desdaemona with another terrifying, sexy, sinister story that treads the line between mundane reality and the supernatural.
Deep under London, among the lost and rejected of two worlds, answers begin to emerge from Desi’s hidden past. Answers that send her north, in a flight that turns into a hunt, with strange companions and stranger prey.
This is a whole new kind of urban fantasy: dynamic and emotionally charged, Pandaemonium will delight fans of Neil Gaiman and Clive Barker.
Also by Ben Macallan
£7.99 (UK) ISBN 978-1-907519-62-8
$7.99/$9.99 (US & CAN) ISBN 978-1-907519-63-5
Also available as an eBook
“One of the most innovative and sophisticated writers of horror fiction.”
– Tangled Web Books
New town. New girl. New job. That’s good, right?
Not really. Not when the girl can pretty much tear a vampire in two and the job is trying to find her kid sister, who’s in trouble with creatures even worse than the ones that have been trying to find you for how-many-years-has-it-been?!
About the Author
Ben Macallan is the boy your mother warned you about, the one with the motorbike and the cool clothes and the dangerous superpowers. He shoots round corners without looking, can put on his socks without bending and finds new planets as a Sunday afternoon hobby. He may be watching you, but you’ll never know.