Douglas Clegg

The Halloween Man

A New England Village. A Stolen Child, A Terrifying Birthright.

If you enjoy fiction by Stephen King, Dean Koontz, or Peter Straub, you may enjoy The Halloween Man.

Who holds the key to the chilling mystery of Stonehaven and its desolate woods — and what unspeakable creature remains trapped within its summer mansion?

Genre: Horror, gothic thriller, suspense, supernatural fiction. This novel is 358 pages in its first print edition.

What Horror Stalks the Village?

From New York Times bestselling author Douglas Clegg comes a riveting, edge-of-your-seat supernatural thriller of “overwhelming love and devastating terror.”*

“The Halloween Man is one of the best horror novels that I’ve read in years…I had never read anything by Clegg before reading this novel, but now I’m going to go out and get the rest of his books. If you’ve never heard of Clegg either, or are a fan of horror fiction, get this book right now.” – Pixel Planet

“Every bit as good as the best works of Stephen King, Peter Straub, or Dan Simmons…” — Hellnotes: The Newsletter for the Horror Professional

*”The Halloween Man is about overwhelming love and devastating terror, human strength and supernatural power, and the eternal cycle of death and re-birth Packed with vivid imagery; a broadly-scoped but fast-paced plot; powerful, evocative writing; superb characterizations; and facile intelligence…Douglas Clegg has given horror lovers the best Halloween gift possible — an entertaining spinetingler written with unique style…” — DarkEcho