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Stephen Jones – Best New Horror 8

Posted by demonik on June 14, 2008

Stephen Jones – Best New Horror 8 (Robinson, 1997)

Best New Horror 8

Stephen Jones – Introduction – Horror in 1996

Terry Lamsley – Walking the Dog
Poppy Z. Brite – Mussolini and the Axeman’s Jazz
Norman Partridge – An Eye for an Eye
Douglas Clegg – Underworld
Cherry Wilder – The Curse of Kali
Richard Christian Matheson – The Film
Storm Constantine – Of a Cat, But Her Skin
Donald r. Burleson – Hopscotch
Steve Rasnic tem – Ghost in the Machine
Joel Lane – The Moon Never Changes
Roberta Lannes – Butcher’s Logic
D.F. Lewis – Kites and Kisses
Marni Griffin – Last Train to Arnos Grove
Mark Chadbourn – The King of Rain
Iain Sinclair – Hardball
Thomas Ligotti – Gas Station Carnivals
Thomas Tessier – Ghost Music: A Memoir by George Beaune
Gregory Frost – That Blissful Height
Nicholas Royle – Skin Deep
Michael Marshall Smith – Hell Hath Enlarged Herself
Christopher Fowler – Unforgotten
Scott Edelman – A Plague on Both Your Houses
Karl Edward Wagner – Final Cut
Terry Lamsley – The Break

Stephen Jones & Kim Newman – Necrology – 1996

Thanks to Alan Frackelton for providing the table of contents!

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