Andrew Hannon was born and raised in London. He founded Thirteen, the UK's largest short horror story magazine, in 2005.
Since his mysterious disappearance in early 2010, the Andrew Hannon Estate has assumed responsiblity for publishing the horror legacy compiled and edited by Hannon.
The Estate, in collaboration with other international organisations (including the Extra-Terrestrial Contact Program of America, the Ghost Taming and Relocation Centre and the Society For Examination of Unclassified Gigantic Marine Life) has part-funded several expeditions to try and find Hannon. These expeditions follow several unconfirmed sightings and inexplicable events which have occured across the globe, which can only be attributed to Hannon (including, but not limited to: the McGriskin Ranch Stampede in Alto Bonito, Texas, USA; the Bohola Phone Box Debacle in County Mayo, Ireland; the Tertiary Industry Soaring of Chad, Africa; and the Champagne Confusion Incident in Manchester, England).
Guess what? All three of the other reviews are marketing plants, just like all those padded ratings and reviews on IMDB. Two of the reviewers have only reviewed books by this publisher... a dead giveaway.
There are literally dozens of better horror anthologies out there, more deserving of your hard earned dollar: the Borderlands series, edited by the Monteleones, and anything by Thomas Ligotti, just to name a few. These books are amateurish at best and rely more on viral marketing than good writing.