Prepare yourself, as these three novellas from the king of splatterspunk are guaranteed to make you gasp, gag, and laugh your ass off.
The Decortication Technician – What secrets do a crashed alien spaceship hold? One man and his surgical tools will find out.
The Cyesolagniac – A man with a pregnancy fetish meets the girl of his dreams-and his worst nightmares.
Room 415 – From his hotel room window, Flood will see his darkest desires become real.
Autopsy fetishes, crippled sex slaves, a serial killer who keeps the hands of his victims, government conspiracies, dead cops and doomed pornographers. From operating room morality plays to a town that serves up piss and cum mixed drinks, this is the strange and disturbing world of Edward Lee.
From one of the most notorious, controversial, and extreme voices in horror fiction comes a new collection of depravity and terror. Carnal Surgery collects eleven of Lee’s most sought after tales of sex and dismemberment.
Please Let Me Out
The Order of Nature
Goddess of the New Dark Age
Death, She Said
The Piece of Paper
The Blurred Room
Make A Wish
. . . because Hazel Greene has them all and more. Others may find her rape fantasies and water sports off-putting but she doesn’t care – she needs them. After a fight with her boyfriend, she gets just what she wants – a road trip with the very pregnant love of her life to the middle of nowhere.
But there is something very wrong with this backwater town. Suicide notes, magic gems, and haunted cabins await her. Plus the woods are filled with monsters, both human and otherworldly. And then there are the horrible tentacles . . . Soon Hazel is thrown into a battle for her life that will test her sanity and sex drive.
The sequel to H.P. Lovecraft’s The Haunter of the Dark is Edward Lee’s most pornographic novel to date!
In 1934, horror writer H.P. Lovecraft is invited to write a story for a subversive underground magazine, all on the condition that a pseudonym will be used. The pay is lofty, and God knows, Lovecraft needs the money.
There’s just one catch.
It has to be a pornographic story . . .
All Aboard Trolley No. 1852
Through the midnight bowels of New York City, the trolley travels. Admitting only a special sort of passenger, and taking them to a very select destination . . .
The 1852 Club is a bordello unlike any other. Its women are the most beautiful in the whole city and they will do anything. But there is something else going on at this sex club. In the back rooms monsters are performing vile acts on each other and doors to other dimensions are opening . . .
In July, 1939, antiquarian and H.P. Lovecraft aficionado, Foster Morley, takes a scenic bus tour through the wilds of northern Massachusetts. He wants to go where Lovecraft went, and to see what Lovecraft saw, to further distill his understanding of history’s most impacting horror fantasist. When he happens upon the curious, secluded waterfront prefect known as Innswich Point-not to be found on any map-he assumes the curiosity of the name is mere coincidence, but in less than twenty-four hours he’ll learn that he couldn’t be more mistaken.
Deeper and deeper, then, Morley delves into the queer town’s dark mystique. Has his imagination run rampant, or are there far too many similarities between this furtive fishing village and the fictional town of Lovecraft’s masterpiece, The Shadow Over Innsmouth? Could it be possible that Lovecraft himself actually visited this town before his death in 1937?
Join splatter king Edward Lee for a private tour of Innswich Point – a town founded on perversion, torture, and abominations from the sea.
You’ve seen Cannibal Holocaust. You’ve seen Salo. You’ve seen Nekromantik. You ain’t seen shit! Zombie prostitutes, religious rapists, horny werewolves, death by vomit, and sexual fetishes scraped off the sidewalk. From sex prisons to mafia torture chambers, hold on tight because you’re about to enter the perverted and twisted mind of Edward Lee. Once you’ve seen what he has to show you – there’s no coming back.
Brain Cheese Buffet collects nine of Lee’s most sought after tales of violence and body fluids. Featuring the Stoker nominated “Mr. Torso,” the legendary gross-out piece “the Dritiphilist,” the notorious “The McCrath Model SS40-C, Series S,” and six more stories to test your gag reflex.
“The living legend of literary mayhem. Read him if you dare!” – Richard Laymon, author of The Island and The Cellar
“Edward Lee’s writing is fast and mean as a chain saw revved to full-tilt boogie.” – Jack Ketchum, author of Off Season
“Lee pulls no punches.” – Fangoria
“The hardest of the hardcore horror writers.” – Cemetery Dance
No writer is more extreme, perverted, or gross than Edward Lee. His world is one of psychopathic redneck rapists, sex addicted demons, and semen stealing aliens. Brace yourself, the king of splatterspunk is guaranteed to shock, offend, and make you laugh until you vomit. Bullet Through Your Face collects three novellas demonstrating Lee’s mind-blasting talent.
Ever Nat – One man is forced to endure an unimaginable torment just to stay alive, one night at a time.
The Salt-Diviner – A touching story of one couple and the quadriplegic, homeless fortune teller locked in their basement.
The Refrigerator Full of Sperm – Why are all the men of Luntville falling into comas with their pants down and dicks up?
“The living legend of literary mayhem. Read him if you dare!” – Richard Laymon, author of Island and The Cellar
“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.” – Fangoria