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Peter Haining – Zombie

Posted by demonik on September 6, 2007

Peter Haining  (ed) – Zombie: Tales Of The Walking Dead  (Severn House, 1985, Target, 1985)

Introduction: Peter Haining

William Seabrook – Dead Men Working In The Cane Fields
G. W. Hutter – Salt Is Not For Slaves
Lafcadio Hearn – The Country Of The Comers-Back
Henry S. Whitehead – Jumbee
Vivian Meik – White Zombie
Inez Wallace – I Walked With A Zombie
Dr. Gordon Leigh Bromley – America Zombie
Thorpe McClusky – While Zombies Walked
August Derleth – The House In The Magnolias
W. Stanley Moss – The Zombie Of Alto Parana
Charles Birkin – Ballet Negre
Thomas Burke – The Hollow Man

Blurb (Target paperback)
Even the human fear of death pales beside the terror of the undead.
The zombie – the walking dead man – brings the realms of the supernatural well within the bounds of belief, for the reawakened corpse is a horrifyingly imaginable phenomenon.
From the early ‘Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields’ by W. E. Seabrook to W. Stanley Moss’s masterly ‘The Zombie of Alto Parana’ and the more recent ‘Ballet Negre’ by English writer Charles Birkin, Peter Haining’s collection of the best of zombie stories is guaranteed to chill the blood and raise the hairs on the back of your neck…

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