Book List in Order: 20 titles

  • A novel inspired in part by the early gangs of New York, this sprawling adventure is also a western, a coming of age story, and a tale of redemption that carries readers from the streets of infamous Five Points, New York City in the 1840s to Gold Rus...


  • In 1884 London, 12-year-old Albert Gladwyck must decide whether to follow his generous heart or learn to harden it in the harsh world in which he lives. As a River Thames scavenger, he has made the find of a lifetime, a wrecked boat full of goods, wa...


  • Two novels--The Assassin's Coin, by John Linwood Grant, and The Prostitute's Price by Alan M. Clark. Intertwined here, they share a single timeline and a single purpose - to lead you to 13 Miller's Court, the room made infamous during the Autumn of ...


  • A novel that beats back our assumptions about the time of Jack the Ripper. Not the grim story of an unfortunate drunken prostitute killed before her time, but one of a young woman alive with all the emotional complexity of women today. Running from a...


  • This illustrated novel is part of the Jack the Ripper Victims Series. Each novel in the series is a stand-alone story.Annie Chapman led a hard, lower class life in filthy 19th century London. Late in life, circumstances and and her choices led her to...


  • We all know about Jack the Ripper, the serial murderer who terrorized Whitechapel and confounded police in 1888, but how much do we really know about his victims? Pursued by one demon into the clutches of another, the ordinary life of Mary Ann "Polly...


  • A story that illuminates the dark corners of creative endeavor in which inspiration, no longer an elusive, spritely muse, turns deadly and begins stalking the artist. In this gritty, poignant novel, the life of an alcoholic artist and author, Aiden, ...


  • Jack the Ripper Victims Series: The Double Event (two novels in one volume)The night of September 30, 1888, Jack the Ripper took two lives in the Whitechapel district of London. Elizabeth Stride was killed about 1:00 AM. A ten minute walk away, and l...


  • This illustrated novel is part of the Jack the Ripper Victims Series. Each novel in the series is a stand-alone story.The beast of poverty and disease had stalked Elizabeth all her life, waiting for the right moment to take her down. To survive, she ...






  • In the beginning of the nineteenth century, the two murderous Harpe brothers, loyal to one another but violently at odds, go on a year-long killing spree in the American frontier, dragging with them the three wives they share between them; women who ...


  • Murder, fraud, suicide, war, isolation, madness, duty, pride, love, loyalty. From World Fantasy Award winner Alan M. Clark comes a godforsaken southern gothic based on the three most evil sisters in history. They are the Mortlow sisters, and they do...


  • World Fantasy Award-winner Alan M. Clark brings you “Brittle Bones and old Rope,” the story of a dead little boy’s search for meaning. Dylan and his companions, seven other dead individuals, occupy a country cemetery. To leave the confines of t...


  • Even the most damaged heart can embrace redemption through love. An Illustrated novel by Alan M. Clark and Jeremy Robert Johnson.A young woman sets out to break her addictions and the destructive cycle of generations of abuse, but the world around he...


  • This novel is part of the Jack the Ripper Victims Series. Each novel in the series is a stand-alone story.In Victorian London, the greatest city of the richest country in the world, the industrial revolution has created a world of decadence and prosp...


  • Boneyard babies, gather round! Come suckle the Musty Cow's Teat of Death! A man searches for his lover in a medical laboratory where people are transformed into nightmarish mutants. An undead prostitute enters the underworld to face off against a jac...


  • The Blood of Father Time, Book 2: The Mystic Clan's Grand Plat, is a time-travel fantasy inspired by actual historical events and the outlaw clans of early eighteen-hundreds Tennessee. Joel Biggs, an alcoholic history professor, is tormented by memo...


  • THE BLOOD OF FATHER TIME, Book 1, The New Cut is a time-travel fantasy inspired by actual historical events and the outlaw clans of early eighteen-hundreds Tennessee. It's a coming-of-age story, an epic adventure, and a rich historical drama. Less ...








  • This deluxe limited edition anthology, edited by Alan M. Clark and Elizabeth Engstrom, is a truly unique volume ... a lavishly illustrated anthology that has been turned inside out featuring magnificent full-color artwork by award winning artist Alan...