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Lovecraft Unbound
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Lovecraft Unbound

By Ellen Datlow (ed)

USA: Dark Horse, 2009. Soft cover. Very Good. p/b 421 pages, condition is very good. Few authors have redefined a genre quite as profoundly as Howard Phillips Lovecraft. his stories many set in a world where creatures and deities from a long-forgotten past still haunt mankind, continue to inspire, horrify, and fascinate new readers and writers almost a century after his death. Now twenty-two of today's most respected writers of the fantastic present their visions of H.P. Lovecraft's world and creations.

$15.21

The Vision
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The Vision

By Dean R Koontz

Star, 1986. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good/No Jacket. 4.25" x 7. P/B 270 pages, condition is very good. It was born out of terror; Blood on his hands.. he's sucking the wound; The knife plunges in deep.. again and again; The killer in th eshadows.. turning to face her Dont look at the madman

$4.63

Witchery Tales

By Adam Lual

Edinburgh, Scotland: The Cadies, 2005. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 5.75 X 8.25. Alan McGowan. P/B 57 pages, condition is very good. Adam Lyal is fast becoming one of Edinburgh's most famous characters. No mean feat considering he was executed for highway robbery in the city's Grassmarket on the 27th March 1811. His book comes to us 177 years after his demise and is based on his well-known nightly Old Town 'Witchery' walking tour. Inside you will find many authentic stories from Edinburgh's long and gory past. There are dark accounts of violence and crime, vivid descriptions of hangings and executions, information on plagues and disasters, and finally haunting tales of witchcraft and the supernatural. As on his tour, Mr Lyal uses these stories to bring some of the character and atmosphere of the Old Town back to life. Visitors and locals alike are sure to enjoy the dark and wild side of Edinburgh's history in Adam Lyal's Witchery Tales.

$6.61