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Set your clocks, mark your calendars, because the U.S. Kindle Editions of The Girl Next Door and The Lost will be going on sale for $1.99 each on October 29, for ONE DAY ONLY. Just in time for Halloween, this is a great chance to get a copies of books you will never forget. Ever. “The […]
You think you’ve heard about pain? Tantor Media has just released an audiobook edition of The Girl Next Door, read by Jack, himself. One early listener pointed out “It’s an entirely different experience having it read to you.” It is. The Girl Next Door is available as an audio CD, an MP3 CD, or digital download. […]
Publisher’s Weekly has released its list of The 10 Best Horror Books You’ve Never Read. Why haven’t you read them? The Girl Next Door clocks in at #5. Why haven’t you read it? The Girl Next Door is 100-proof horror. I don’t know what else to tell you. But it’s brilliant, too. It’s real-life horror, so […]
Leah Rhyne and Richard Thomas offer an interesting analysis of The Girl Next Door at LitReactor. They thought they knew about pain… You can read through their entire discussion here (minor spoilers may be involved).
Logeion Books has published a new Greek translation of The Girl Next Door, by Nick Roussos. This beautiful trade paperback edition can be purchased directly from the publisher, here.
Now available on Amazon… The Collector’s Edition of the screenplay for The Girl Next Door, Adapted from the controversial novel The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum, Dan Farrands and Philip Nutman’s screenplay is published in it’s original form. Every copy is signed on the cover by Jack Ketchum and includes production stills and essays from the […]
The Girl Next Door is the inaugural title in Amazon’s new ebook reissues of Jack’s recent paperbacks from Leisure Press! Amazon has recently acquired the rights to Jack’s works that were previously published by Leisure/Dorchester publishing. These will be initially offered as ebooks, with print editions in the works for the future. Check back for […]
UK website Read Horror, has a very good interview with Jack, talking about his writing process, The Girl Next Door, Robert Bloch, and more. You can find it here.