Shirley Jackson's masterpiece: the deliciously dark and funny story of Merricat, tomboy teenager, beloved sister - and possible lunatic.
From the queen of domestic horror, this is a masterpiece of domestic comedy.
Fifty new books, celebrating the pioneering spirit of the Penguin Modern Classics series, from inspiring essays to groundbreaking fiction and poetry.
A remarkable collection of dark, funny and haunting short stories from the inimitable author of 'The Lottery'.
Step into the unsettling world of Shirley Jackson this autumn with a collection of her finest, darkest short stories.
From the peerless author of The Lottery and We Have Always Lived in the Castle, this is a treasure trove of deliciously dark and funny stories, essays, lectures, letters and drawings.
A celebration of the strangeness of ordinary family life and a portrait of the 1950s ripped straight out of Mad Men and Norman Rockwell, Raising Demons is Shirley Jackson's reminder that every bit as thrilling as a murderous family in a haunted house is a loving family in a new home.
The Bird's Nest is a macabre journey into who we are, and how close we sometimes come to the brink of madness.
Shirley Jackson blends sinister family politics and apocalyptic terror in a masterpiece of the macabre.
Inspired by the unsolved disappearance of a female college student near Shirley Jackson's home, Hangsaman is a story of lurking disquiet and haunting disorientation.
Exposing the murderous cruelty of children, and the blindness and selfishness of adults, Shirley Jackson reveals the ugly truth behind a 'perfect' world.
This is the definitive collection of Shirley Jackson's short stories, including 'The Lottery' - one of the most terrifying and iconic stories of the twentieth century, and an influence on writers such as Neil Gaiman and Stephen King.
A tie-in edition to accompany the new Netflix re-imagining of Jackson's scariest novel.
Author Shirley Jackson examines in careful detail this horrifying true story of accusations, trials, and executions that shook a community to its foundations