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Christopher Wood – 1st First BHF Book Of Horror Stories

Posted by demonik on May 25, 2008

Christopher Wood (ed.) – The First BHF Book Of Horror Stories (BHF, 2006)

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Paul Mudie

Christopher Wood – Introduction

John Reppion – Anthony Clarke Is Sick
Wendall McKay – Brierley Day
Albie Swain – Beneath You
Christopher Wood – Edward
Wayne Mook – Family Man
Billy Turner – Fresh Souls
Neil Christopher – Surface Tension
James Brough – The Man
Billy Turner – The Hermit
Matt Bowdler – The Case Of The Fragrant Phantom
Paul Newman – Storm Dog
Billy Turner – Sidney
Neil Christopher – Secret Recipe
Christopher Wood – Spaghetti Head
James Stanger – Beggar’s Banquet
Daniel McGachey – They That Dwell In Dark Places
Billy Turner – The Calling Of The Sea
James Brough – Quiet Desperation
Wendall McKay – Hotel Nalade

Artwork: Paul Mudie, Lawrence Bailey, Paula Fay

Blurb

Secret Recipe ….
Anthony Clarke Is Sick ….
Fresh Souls ….
They That Dwell In Dark Places ….
Storm Dog ….

The very titles suggest the sinister …. perhaps the horrible?

Correct. But there are other stories in this startling collection of tales by users of the British Horror Films web forum which may make your blood run even colder, may make your hair stand up even straighter …

19 stories of the fiendish and the fearful in the first volume of a terrifying series!

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