Douglas Clegg


Now in trade paperback, ebook & audiobook

If you love supernatural horror fiction like Thomas Tryon’s The Other, Dan Simmons’ Summer of Night, Robert R. McCammon’s Boy’s Life, or Stephen King’s It – even Guillermo del Toro’s movie, The Devil’s Backbone – you may just want to spend time in a dangerous place called Neverland. This is Clegg’s most popular novel among readers.

Genre: Horror, southern gothic, coming of age, suspense, supernatural fiction. This novel is 310 pages in print.

What lurks within the shack called Neverland?

What kinds of dangerous — and deadly — games do the children play there? Who is leading them into darkness? For years, the Jackson family vacationed at Rowena Wandigaux Lee’s old Victorian house on Gull Island, a place of superstition and legend off the southern coast of the U.S. One particular summer, young Beau follows his cousin Sumter into a shack hidden among the brambles and windswept trees near the bluffs overlooking the sea.

David Morrell Says:

“Douglas Clegg’s Neverland is an unforgettable novel that combines creeping horror and psychological suspense. It starts like a bullet and never slows down.”

What Others Say:

Neverland is a masterpiece of dark suspense that will forever haunt your dreams.”
—Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling author

“This is a powerful and thrilling tale, Douglas Clegg’s best novel yet. The novel builds in whispers and ends in a scream. You will never forget Neverland.”–F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of the Repairman Jack series

“A brilliant novel that grows richer with each reading, a multilayered marvel that will one day be recognized as one of the classics of supernatural literature.”–Bentley Little, bestselling author

“I can tell you without hesitation that Neverland is a true gothic masterpiece*. I am incredibly impressed with it. This is a remarkable piece of literature.”
–Scott A. Johnson, Dread