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Scaremongers

Author: Andrew Haigh
Publisher: Leicester : Tanjen Ltd., ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Horror fiction
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Haigh
ISBN: 1901530078 9781901530070
OCLC Number: 40605099
Notes: "A collection of short stories from the big names in horror"--Cover.
Description: 280 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Introduction / Andrew Haigh --
Dogs think that every day is Christmas / Ray Bradbury --
Above, behind, beneath, beside / Mark Chadbourn --
The burning doorway / Simon Clark --
The scar / Dennis Etchison --
Deep blue / Stephen Laws --
Between the floors / D.F. Lewis --
The giving of names / Peter Tennant --
Minimum visibility / Steve Harris --
Different now / Michael Marshall Smith --
The purloined liver / Rhys H. Hughes --
Meek / Steve Savile --
Constant companion / Peter Crowther --
Cat and mouse / Ramsey Campbell --
Self-made man / Poppy Z. Brite --
Question seven / Nicholas Royle --
A game of consequences / John Burke --
The back of his hand / Stephen Gallagher --
My name is not Juliette / Freda Warrington --
The special favour / Gavin Williams --
Dead letter / James Lovegrove --
The harrowing stone / Ben Leech --
Quando tu vas / Joan Aiken --
The witch mark / Cleo Cordell --
The plans they made / Joel Lane --
Failure / Conrad Williams.
Responsibility: [edited by Andrew Haigh].

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