My publisher, IFD Publishing, has opened a new imprint, Horror that Happened. I’m delighted that the first will be my perennial bestselling Lizzie Borden.
This is the official announcement:
IFD launches New Imprint: HORROR THAT HAPPENED
The outrageous is all the more extraordinary when we know it actually occurred.
Horror that Happened provides riveting stories in three categories: True Crime, Based on a True Story, and Lifted from the Past.
The imprint will be launched with the release of Elizabeth Engstrom’s Lizzie Borden under the subcategory, Based on True Story. In the novel, Engstrom imagines an intimate view of the life of Lizzie Borden during the period surrounding the murder of her parents.
On September 1, 2019, IFD Publishing will release within the same category, A Parliament of Crows, by Alan M. Clark. The novel is inspired by the lives and crimes of the infamous Wardlaw sisters, 19th century American murderers.
Following that, in the True Crime category, will be Elizabeth Engstrom’s Divorce by Grand Canyon.
Lifted from the Past will include unsettling works in the public domain, such as Jack London’s The People of the Abyss, and various writings about the Bell Witch from the 19th century.
We hope you will come back to IFD Publishing for your high-quality reading entertainment.