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Stephen Jones – Summer Chills

Posted by demonik on June 12, 2008

Stephen Jones (ed) – Summer Chills (Carol & Graf, 2007)

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(cover: Les Edwards)

Stephen Jones – Introduction: Holidays in Hell
Ramsey Campbell – Seeing the World
Christopher Fowler – The Threads
Nancy Holder – Little Dedo
Dennis Etchison – The Dark Country
Roberta Lannes – The Anguish of Departure
Basil Copper – The Cave
Scott Edelman – Survival of the Fittest
Elizabeth Massie – Landlock
Kim Newman – Richard Riddle, Boy Detective, in “The Case of the French Spy”
Karl Edward Wagner – In the Pines
Mark Samuels – A Gentleman from Mexico
Joel Lane – The City of Love
D. Lynn Smith – TheCharnel House
Glen Hirshberg – Millwell
Sarah Pinborough – The Bohemian of the Arbat
Robert Silverberg – Not Our Brother
Brian Lumley – The Sun, the Sea and the Silent Scream
Michael Marshall Smith – Being Right
Clive Barker – In the Hills, the Cities
Harlan Ellison – Incognita, Inc.

Thanks to Alan Frackelton for providing the contents and cover scan!

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