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The Best New Horror Paperback – Dec 1995


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Carroll & Graf Pub (December 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 078670277X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786702770
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 13.3 x 19.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 159 g

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THE PICTURE SHARED IS NOT THE RIGHT ONE Dec 3 2008
By R - Published on Amazon.com
Hey all, watch what you buy. This is the 2001 edition. The photos is edition 6 for 1995. By putting the wrong photo up, booksellers are confused. Check before you buy.
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Fine selections Sept. 6 2002
By R. Benardes - Published on Amazon.com
Here is my personal favourites, notes and brief comentaries about them :
Harvest - Norman Partridge - 8,5 - A little gem
Sometimes in the Rain - Charles Grant - 10,0 - A moving and wonderful ghost story !!
Dead Orchards - Ian R. Macleod - 10,00 - Beautiful piece of decadent writing, one of the best.
The Temptation of Dr Stein - Paul J. Mackauley - 9,00 - Excellent historical mystery
Waywang Kulit - Gary Killworth - 10,0 - By far the most original tale in this collection
The Scent of Vinegar - Robert Bloch - 9,5 - Black humour in Bloch's manner, very funny.
The Homecoming - Nicholas Royle - 9,5 - Mixes social realism with Cthulu Mythos
The Singular Habits of Wasps - Geoffrey Landis - 9,0 - Excellent steampunk adventure featuring Sherlock Holmes and Watson.
To Receive is Better - Michael Marshall Smith - 9,0 - Intense and depressing story about a mutiltaed boy.
The Alchemy of Throat - Brian Hodge - 10,0 - Another wonderful piece of decadent writing


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