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Peter Haining – Tales From The Rogues’ Gallery

Posted by demonik on September 13, 2007

Peter Haining (ed.) – Tales From The Rogues’ Gallery: A Guided Tour (Little Brown, 1994)

tales from rogues gallery

Introduction – Peter Haining

Section One: The Roll of Infamy

Clive Barker – Down, Satan!
V.S. Pritchett – A Story of Don Juan
August Derleth – The Philosopher’s Stone
J.C. Moore – The Proof
H.P. Lovecraft – The Unnamable
M.R. James – Martin’s Close
Anthony Shaffer – The Cold-Blooded Tigress of London
Robert Louis Stevenson – The Body Snatcher
John Dickson Carr – The Black Cabinet
Anthony Boucher – A Kind of Madness
Angela Carter – The Fall River Axe Murders
F. Scott Fitzgerald – The Fiend
Aleister Crowley – At the Fork of the Roads
Miriam Allen deFord – The Moors Murders

Section Two: The Evil Lives On

William Waldorf Astor – Monsieur de Neron
A.N.L. Munby – Herodes Redivivus
Julian Symons – The Borgia Heirloom
Arthur Conan Doyle – The Silver Mirror
Henry Herring – The Late Eugene Aram
Robert Arthur – The Mirror of Cagliostro
Robert Bloch – The Skull of the Marquis de Sade
Kirk Mashburn – The Sword of Jean Lafitte
Ramsey Campbell – Jack’s Little Friend
Anthony Berkely – Was Crippen a Murderer?
Ray Bradbury – Darling Adolf
Peter Lovesey – A Bride in the Bath
Bernard Taylor – Forget-Me-Not
Ruth Rendell – A Case of Coincidence

Thanks to paisleycravat of Vault Of Evil for posting the contents.

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