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Gary McMahon


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Gary McMahon lives, works and writes in West Yorkshire but posseses a New York state of mind. He shares his life with a wife, a son, and the nagging stories that won't give him any peace until he writes them.

Genres: Horror
 
Novels
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Omnibus
   Knightwatch Gallery (2018) (with Jasper Bark, Lily Childs, James Everington and Sean T Page)
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Collections
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Novellas
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Series contributed to
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Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
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Awards
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2009) : Rain Dogs
British Fantasy Society Best Novel nominee (2011) : Pretty Little Dead Things


Gary McMahon recommends
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Agents of Dreamland (2017)
(Tinfoil Dossier, book 1)
Caitlín R Kiernan
"Caitlín Kiernan is one of the great stylists of horror fiction, and this novella is a triumph. It bristles with energy and ideas -- ideas that seem to spill off the page -- and everything is underpinned by a sense of cosmic bleakness that took my breath away. I fell in love with the characters. The story pulled me along by the nose. I honestly didn't want it to end."
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The Abyssal Plain: The R'lyeh Cycle (2019)
William Holloway and Brett J Talley
"This kind of smart, well-written pulp horror is a joy to read. Tense, creepy, action-paced, and-of course-wonderfully horrific."
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The Crying Forest (2020)
Venero Armanno
"The Crying Forest is a compelling folk horror story that combines elements of crime fiction and the occult to create a unique vision of a world teeming with ghosts, shapeshifters, and a profoundly human evil. The writing is crisp the authorial voice assured, and the horror is real and gritty."

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