Home Galleries Other 7 under-the-radar authors who will terrify you Share Via Email Published: 05th October 2016 12:00 PM | Last Updated: 05th October 2016 02:51 PM Charlotte Link -Though she may be one of the most successful writers in Germany, Charlotte Link’s work remains largely unknown and untranslated in America | Reuters 1 / 7 Thomas Tryon - Thomas Tryon turned his hand to writing fiction in 1969. His 1971 novel, 'The Other', is now regarded as one of the finest works of psychological horror | Reuters 2 / 7 Graham Masterton - In 1975, Scottish writer Graham Masterton published 'The Manitou,' a gripping horror novel about a Native American spirit who returns from the dead | Reuters 3 / 7 Lisa Mannetti - Her first novel, 'The Gentling Box', won a Bram Stoker Award, and since then, she’s been nominated four times| Reuters 4 / 7 Nicole Cushing - The winner of the Bram Stoker award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel, Nicole Cushing’s 'Mr. Suicide' is not for the faint of heart |Reuters 5 / 7 Helen Oyeyemi - The 2009 Shirley Jackson Award finalist, 'White is for Witching,' tells the story of a young woman named Miranda who suffers from a strange disorder called pica | Reuters 6 / 7 Lauren Beukes - South African novelist Lauren Beukes burst onto the literary scene with 2013’s bestselling novel 'The Shining Girls', about a time-traveling serial killer | Reuters 7 / 7 Stay up to date on all the latest Sport news with The New Indian Express App. Download nowGet the news that matters from New Indian Express on WhatsApp. Click this link and hit 'Click to Subscribe'. Follow the instructions after that.