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3.0 out of 5 stars That Crawling on Your Back Might be a Critter Dec 8 2009
By John M. Ford - Published on Amazon.com
These 100 short short stories are all about scary creatures. Some are real, some are standard monsters from our shared cultural imagination--and a few are newly invented by the authors. There is a mix of famous and less known authors in this collection. Some of my favorites are from the better-known authors:

Arthur Conan Doyle's "The American's Tale" seats us in a British club as a stereotypically brash visitor from Arizona tells a story not to be believed.

Ambrose Bierce's "The Damned Thing" takes us to an inquest where the deceased's diary, `so as not to confuse the jury,' is not entered into evidence.

Saki's "Laura" introduces us to a woman whose passions extend into the next life.

Guy de Maupassant's "The Mother of Monsters" instructs us in a different form of prenatal care that may not be as different as we would like to think.

H. P. Lovecraft's "The Unnamable" is... indescribable. Yet the author creates a sense of growing horror with his customary indirect descriptions.

There are a few non-flyers, but most of these stories are good and some are quite good. This is a fine collection to read when you are home alone with your dog. You will gradually begin to wonder about those looks he keeps giving you.
5.0 out of 5 stars Love At First Sight Nov. 2 2013
By Heather - Published on Amazon.com
My best friend bought this book for me as a gift, and I just received it in the mail today. I absolutely love it already and I'm not even finished with the first story that I've picked to read out of it! I own two other of the "100 ___ little ___ stories" books already, and I absolutely love them all. Certainly worth your money for a good read collection!
5.0 out of 5 stars Good read Sept. 11 2013
By CYNTHIA D LAUGHLIN - Published on Amazon.com
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The book has a nice collection of good and creepy stories. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a book with lots of different stories with different kinds of creepy creatures.
5.0 out of 5 stars A great collection Nov. 11 2012
By Sam Hale - Published on Amazon.com
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Do not miss this collection of stories. If you travel alot like I sometimes do, short stories can be more practical. For a quick read before meetings, or bedtime. This book is perfect. And the collection itself is great. It even features Dagon, from Lovecraft. A definate classic. But also look for Mimic. The story that inspired the movies. And, a fantastic tale about a dark swamp named Mive. All in all, I can't reccomend this book enough. It's never away from me when I go someplace.

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