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Author: Bentley Little
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Signet, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How far would you go... with a hitchhiker who'd left behind an unimaginable trail of horror and destruction? How would you feel... if your father's new bride was something dredged up from the bowels of hell? What would you do... if you discovered an old letter suggesting one of America's Founding Fathers had been a serial killer? This is The Collection - thirty-two stories of hot blood and frigid terror that could  Read more...
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bentley Little
ISBN: 0451206096 9780451206091
OCLC Number: 49883319
Description: x, 453 p. ; 17 cm.
Contents: The sanctuary --
The woods be dark --
The phonebook man --
Estoppel --
The Washingtonians --
Life with father --
Bob --
Bumblebee --
Lethe dreams --
Paperwork --
The idol --
Skin --
The man in the passenger seat --
Comes the bad time --
Against the pale sand --
The pond --
Roommates --
Llama --
Full moon on death row --
The shadow --
The show --
The mailman --
Monteith --
Pillow talk --
Maya's mother --
Colony --
Confessions of a corporate man --
Blood --
And I am here, fighting with ghosts --
The baby --
Coming home again --
The potato --
The murmurous haunt of flies.
Responsibility: Bentley Little.

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How far would you go... with a hitchhiker who'd left behind an unimaginable trail of horror and destruction? How would you feel... if your father's new bride was something dredged up from the bowels of hell? What would you do... if you discovered an old letter suggesting one of America's Founding Fathers had been a serial killer? This is The Collection - thirty-two stories of hot blood and frigid terror that could have come only from the mind of Bentley Little.

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