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Douglas Clegg

USA flag (b.1958)

aka Andrew Harper

Douglas Clegg is the Bram Stoker and International Horror Guild Award winning author of more than a dozen novels, including the Internet's first publisher-sponsored e-serial novel, Naomi.

Under a pseudonym, Clegg wrote the bestseller Bad Karma, which will be out in 2001 as a movie starring the British actress Patsy Kensit.

His ebook, Purity, has reached over 100,000 readers on the Internet.

His current print fiction includes You Come When I Call You, Mischief, and The Infinite. You Come When I Call You is also available in Rocket eBook format.

Doug's upcoming print fiction includes Nightmare House, The Hour Before Dark, and The Machinery of Night.

Doug was born in Virginia, but currently resides near New York City.

Genres: Horror, Fantasy
Criminally Insane
   1. Bad Karma (1997) (as by Andrew Harper)
   2. Red Angel (2003) (as by Andrew Harper)
   3. Night Cage (2004) (as by Andrew Harper)
Anthologies containing stories by Douglas Clegg
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Short stories
Ice Palace
Goat Dance [short story] (1990)
People Who Love Life (1991)
Where Flies Are Born (1991)
White Chapel (1994)
Coming of Age (1995)
The Mysteries of Paris (1995)
The Five (1996)
The Fruit of Her Womb (1996)
O, Rare and Most Exquisite (1996)
The Ripening Sweetness of Late Afternoon (1996)
Underworld (1996)
I Am Infinite; I Contain Multitudes (1997)Bram Stoker (nominee)

Bram Stoker Best First Novel nominee (1990) : Goat Dance
Bram Stoker Best Short Story nominee (1998) : I Am Infinite; I Contain Multitudes
Bram Stoker Best Collection winner (2000) : The Nightmare Chronicles
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2003) : The Hour Before Dark

Douglas Clegg recommends
The Devil's End (1992)
D A Fowler
"A wicked, wicked delight!"
Eternity (2001)
Tamara Thorne
"A classic blend of terror and suspense. Masterfully brilliant!"
Dead Love (2001)
Donald Beman
"Donald Beman delivers real fear!"
Wounds (2002)
(Vampire Quartet)
Jemiah Jefferson
"It's not often I read a first novel and say, 'Wow!', but I was stunned by Voice of the Blood. Jemiah Jefferson is a fresh and exciting new voice in horror."
The Halo Effect (2004)
(Butterfield Institute, book 1)
M J Rose
"I dare you to read the first five pages of THE HALO EFFECT and not be in its thrall: this is a compulsive artful page-turner of a novel. Suspenseful, sleek, and sexy, this is M. J. Rose at her best."
House of Blood (2004)
(House of Blood, book 1)
Bryan Smith
"Bryan Smith is a force to be reckoned with!"
Don't Ever Tell (2008)
Brandon Massey
"A razor-sharp thriller guaranteed to keep you turning pages well into the night. Start this one on your day off --- you won't be able to put it down."
The Passion of the Ripper (2010)
Nicholas Nicastro
"A disturbing, engrossing tale. Nicastro takes you to hell and back with the larger than life mystery--and the man--behind the name Jack the Ripper."
Black Widow Rising (2019)
(Death Master, book 1)
Jon F Merz
"Jon F Merz's novels move at a breakneck pace, twisting though a landscaper of thrills and terror."
Velocities (2020)
Kathe Koja
"Velocities is immersive, hypnotic, yet clear-eyed and accessible. These are dangerous, artful tales of mounting tension, impossible to put down. Koja’s fiction has never seemed more alive or daring."

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