Annal: 1992 Bram Stoker Award for Novel

Results of the Bram Stoker Award in the year 1992.

Book:The Blood of the Lamb

The Blood of the Lamb

Thomas F. Monteleone

Inspired by prophecies contained in the Bible and the writings of Nostradamus, Jesuit-educated Monteleone delives a forceful novel of the politics of power and the power of belief. A young priest suddenly develops frightening, miraculous powers, leading to an apocalyptic battle between good and evil.

Book:Children of the Night

Children of the Night

Dan Simmons

Does a Romanian infant’s blood hold the key to a cure for AIDS? The Hugo Award-winning author of Summer of Night brings an evil legacy to life in the ultimate vampire novel.



Brian Hodge

Book:Hideaway (Dean Koontz)


Dean Koontz

The New York Times #1 bestseller by the author of Dragon’s Tears. Pronounced clinically dead after his car plunges into an icy river, Hatch Harrison is miraculously revived by a special team of doctors. Now Hatch approaches each day with a new appreciation…until he starts to see terrifying images of madness and murder. For he brought something back from his visit with death—and its murderous rampage has just begun.



Matthew J. Costello

American hostage Simon Farrel is coming home, to a world he thought he’d never see again. To a wife who had found a new lover. To sleepless nights of torment, haunted by the horrors he had witnessed.

An ex-convict is coming home, to kill for the pleasure of killing. To turn terrible memories of mental and physical abuse into brutal realities. To terrorize one perfect family…

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