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Gary McMahon

Gary McMahon’s fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies in the U.K. and U.S and has been reprinted in both The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror and The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. He is the British Fantasy Award-nominated author of Rough Cut, All Your Gods Are Dead, Pieces of Midnight and To Usher, The Dead, and has edited an anthology of original novelettes titled We Fade to Grey. For Abaddon Books and Solaris he has written Hungry Hearts and the Concrete Grove trilogy, and for Angry Robot he has written the Thomas Usher books.

For more information visit the official Gary McMahon website

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Solaris

Beyond Here Lies Nothing

Released 28 August 2012

By Gary McMahon

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Gary McMahon returns to the Concrete Grove, the ‘sink estate’ where nightmares are all too real…

Marc Price arrives on the estate to research a book about the “Northumbrian Poltergeist,” an infamous case from the 1970s. As Marc teases out the suppressed details of the story, he finds himself drawn to a woman whose young daughter went missing years ago during a spate of child abductions. Then the scarecrows appear, their heads plastered with photographs of the long-missing and the dead…

A door has been opened and a presence is about to step through. It is up to Marc to put the ghosts to rest and unravel fact from fiction.

McMahon’s Concrete Grove series is a spine-tingling contemporary horror trilogy merging ancient horrors with modern themes of deprivation and social despair. Join him as he closes this stunning trilogy with with a very different kind of ‘broken Britain’.

“…will send your senses reeling as McMahon ramps up the scare factor along the way - 8/10”
-Spooky Reads on Concrete Grove

About the series:
Imagine a place where all your nightmares become real. Think of dark urban streets where crime, debt and violence are not the only things to fear. Picture a housing project that is a gateway to somewhere else, a realm where ghosts and monsters stir hungrily in the shadows. Welcome to the Concrete Grove. It knows where you live...

Gary McMahon’s chilling horror trilogy shows us a Britain many of us will recognise, while whispering of the terrible and arcane presences clawing against the boundaries of our reality…

UK: 9781781080207
US: 9781781080214

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Solaris

The Concrete Grove

Released 28 June 2011

By Gary McMahon

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There’s a worse horror lurking in the crumbling tower blocks of Britain than just feral gangs of hoodie-wearing teenagers, lone sharks and chavs.

Welcome to the Concrete Grove. It knows where you live...

In a serious, literary and thrilling work of true contemporary horror, Gary McMahon conjures up a very different kind of ‘Broken Britain’ – a horrific vision of dark urban streets where crime, debt and violence are not the only things to fear. A housing project has become a gateway to somewhere else, a realm where ghosts and monsters stir hungrily in the shadows.

Presented by one of the most exciting up-and-coming authors in British genre fiction today, this chilling new horror trilogy shows us a Britain many of us will recognise, while whispering of the terrible and arcane presences clawing against the boundaries of our reality.

Concrete Grove is easily Gary McMahon's most accomplished work to date. A compelling novel of extremes, it plots an exhilarating course through an unstable landscape of fragile love and blistering hate, of divinity and depravity, of the crushingly mundane and the numinously surreal.”
-Mark Morris on Concrete Grove

UK: 9781907519949 
US: 9781907519956 

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Solaris

Dangerous Games

Released 4 December 2014

By Paul Kearney, Libby McGugan, Gary McMahon, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Jonathan Oliver, Ivo Stourton, Chuck Wendig

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In a world ruled by chance, one rash decision could bring down the house, one roll of the dice could bring untold wealth, or the end of everything.

The players have gathered around the table, each to tell their story—often dark, always compelling. Within you will find tales of the players and the played, lives governed by games deadly, weird, or downright bizarre.

In this anthology of the weird and the macabre, award-winning editor Jonathan Oliver brings together a diverse collection of voices from some of today’s finest writers, to create an original and fresh collection that’s unlike anything you’ve read before.

Dangerous Games features new works from Hugo award-winners, brilliant new talents and best-selling authors, including:

Introduction, Jonathan Oliver  
Big Man, Chuck Wendig  
The Yellow Door, Silvia Moreno-Garcia 
Die, Lavie Tidhar
Chrysalises, Benjanun Sriduangkaew
South Mountain, Paul Kearney
The Game Changer, Libby McGugan
Distinguishing Characteristics, Yoon Ha Lee
Captain Zzapp!!! – Space Hero from 3000 AD, Gary Northfield
Death Pool, Melanie Tem
The Bone Man’s Bride, Hillary Monahan
Honourable Mention, Tade Thompson
Loser, Rebecca Levene
Two Sit Down, One Stands Up, Ivo Stourton
Ready or Not, Gary McMahon
The Monogamy of Wild Beasts, Robert Shearman
The Stranger Cards, Nik Vincent
All Things Fall Apart and Are Built Again, Helen Marshall
Lefty Plays Bridge, Pat Cadigan

"In recent years, no one publisher has done as much for the short form of speculative fiction in Britain as Solaris."
-Tor.com

UK: 9781781082650 
US: 9781781082685 


 

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Silent Voices

Released 27 March 2012

By Gary McMahon

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Twenty years ago three young boys staggered out of an old building. Missing for a weekend, the boys had no idea of where they’d been and swore they’d been gone for only an hour - yet all knew their lives had been marked by an unimaginable horror.

Now grown up, when one of them returns to the Concrete Grove to see his old friends things once buried begin to claw their way back to the surface and the past is about to catch up with them all…

McMahon’s Concrete Grove series is a spine-tingling contemporary horror trilogy merging ancient horrors with modern themes of deprivation and social despair. Join him in Silent Voices as he returns to a very different kind of ‘broken Britain’.

“…will send your senses reeling as McMahon ramps up the scare factor along the way - 8/10”
-Spooky Reads on Concrete Grove

“…told with skill, beauty and sincerity. Read The Concrete Grove because it deals in horror that cuts deeper than beasts, monsters, zombies and werewolves”
-Read Horror

UK: 9781907992780 | 12th April 2012
US: 9781907992797 | 27th March 2012