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Stephen Jones – Mammoth Best Horror 15

Posted by demonik on November 5, 2007

Stephen Jones (ed.) – The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 15 (Robinson, 2004)

Les Edwards

Stephen Jones – Introduction: Horror In 2003

Ramsey Campbell – Fear The Dead
Steve Nagy – The Hanged Man Of Oz
Michael Chislett – Mara
Marc Laidlaw – Cell Call
Pauline E. Dungate – In The Tunnels
Dale Bailey – Hunger: A Confession
Christopher Fowler – Seven Feet
Susan Davis – The Centipede
Jay Lake – The Goat Cutter
Michael Marshall Smith – Maybe Next Time
John Farris – Story Time With The Bluefield Strangler
Gene Wolfe – Hunter Lake
Scott Emerson Bull – Mr. Sly Stops For A Cup Of Joe
Steve Rasnic Tem – The Bereavement Photographer
Gemma Files – Kissing Carrion
Mark Samuels – The White Hands
Caitlin R. Kiernan – Waycross
Charles Coleman Finlay – Lucy, In Her Splendour
Christopher Barzac – Dead Boy Found
Joyce Carol Oates – The Haunting
Glen Hirshberg – Dancing Men
Neil Gaiman – Bitter Grounds
Paul McAuley – Child Of The Stones
Mike O’Driscoll – The Silence Of The Falling Stars
Simon Clark & Tim Lebbon – Exorcizing Angels

Stephen Jones & Kim Newman – Necrology: 2003


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