The good news is that I'm not finding Horrific Tales Publishing on Hi Piers, or P&E, or here.
The bad news is... same. I'm told (via email) that the parent company is "increasingly successful" -- yet I have not heard of Horrific Tales Publishing.
HTP is not the same as Horrified Press, which is already listed on AW.
Horrific Tales Publishing: http://horrifictales.co.uk/
Its new romance imprint Gemstone Romance: https://gemstoneromance.com/
Things of interest: Publisher Graeme Reynolds keeps up his own blog, but the HP blog/main site hasn't been updated since Nov. 2014. He's a self-published author.
In December 2014, the Guardian's book blog did an article about Reynolds' Kindle book as well (it's a funny post) but I should note that as editors go, Mr. Reynolds doesn't pay attention on his blog.
Not everyone does, mind, but it's something I look for in a small press: Do they punctuate and/or spell-check their posts? What about the rest of the website? What does that tell me about how they'll treat a book, or a freelancer?
I suspect this is a newish startup without publishing/editing experience. Certainly showing all the signs: an author starts up the press, publishes some other authors...
The author of this HTP book, per the reviewer, seems to have the same problems that Mr. Reynolds' book on Amazon had. Inability to write an ending.
Not sure about his editing, but this reviewer was distracted by typos.
Will update when I know more.