Gregory Pendennis Library Of Black Sorcery

De Sade: Kiss the Whip

Posted by demonik on October 28, 2010

De Sade: Kiss the Whip (Creation, 2005)

Four acclaimed purveyors of fantastic fiction collide in a pulp inferno of black magic, torture, and sexual depravity: Robert Bloch’s The Skull of the Marquis de Sade, Jean-Paul Denard’s Jacqueline, Daughter of the Marquis de Sade, Richard Matheson’s De Sade (novelized by Henry Clement), and Jeremy Reed’s When the Whip Comes Down.

All four works are dark tributes to the Marquis de Sade, whose literary legacy and reputation continue to inspire writers and filmmakers to this day.

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News Of The World

Posted by demonik on June 17, 2010

Newsagent’s poster from 1994 announcing yet another fabulous News Of The World expose!

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Dennis Wheatley – To The Devil: A Daughter

Posted by demonik on May 17, 2010

Dennis Wheatley – To The Devil – A Daughter (Arrow, 1985 reprint)

Throughout a wrting career that spanned four decades, wheatley’s novels were almost invariably graced with ace cover paintings and staged photo’s. Arrow’s eighties reprints of his Black Magic thrillers did nothing to buck that trend.

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Brian McNaughton – Satan’s Mistress

Posted by demonik on April 27, 2010

Brian McNaughton – Satan’s Mistress (Star, 1981)


She haunted his dream’s with her vicious sensuality: the image of the red-haired siren raged in his blood, becoming his one reality.
Driven by the blinding force of those sweet nightmares, he wakens from the sleep of centuries a monstrosity he cannot control

Soon he is not the possessor, but the possessed: the instrument of her insatiable flesh-hunger, tearing a hideous swathe through the shattered torpor of the quiet New England town.

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