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JG Faherty



JG Faherty is a Bram Stoker Award® and ITW Thriller Award nominee and the author of four novels, seven novellas, and more than 50 short stories. He writes adult and YA horror/sci-fi/fantasy, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness.

His novels and novellas, all of which are listed on Goodreads, include CARNIVAL OF FEAR, GHOSTS OF CORONADO BAY, CEMETERY CLUB, and THE BURNING TIME, CASTLE BY THE SEA, FATAL CONSEQUENCES, THIEF OF SOULS, THE COLD SPOT, and HE WAITS.

He enjoys urban exploring, photography, classic B-movies, good wine, and pumpkin beer. As a child, his favorite playground was a 17th-century cemetery, which many people feel explains a lot. His personal motto is "Photobombing people since 1979!"
 

Genres: Horror
 

Novels
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Omnibus
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Collections
   Childhood Fears (2015) (with Christine Hayton and J H Moncrieff)
   Halfway to Anywhere: Volume 1 (2017) (with Jeremy Henderson, Ramon Rozas III, William Meikle, Konstantine Paradias and Ramon Rozas)
   Houses of the Unholy (2019)
   12 Scares for Christmas (2020)
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
SNAFU (with David W Amendola, Justin Bell, Geoff Brown, Kirsten Cross, Evan Dicken, Duncan McGeary, James A Moore, B Michael Radburn and Amanda J Spedding)
   SNAFU: Holy War (2021)
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Awards
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2015) : The Cure


JG Faherty recommends
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Demon Dagger (2022)
Russell James
"Demons. Possession. Stolen souls. And a body count that's rising. Demon Dagger delivers all this and more as novice demon hunter Drew Price must stop one of Hell's most powerful archdemons before the creature destroys Drew's family. Russell James doesn't pull any punches as this story races to a thrilling climax. Warning: don't read Demon Dagger at night, because you won't be able to put it down until you finish it, and you'll end up getting no sleep!"

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