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Charles Black – The Fourth Black Book of Horror

Posted by demonik on April 5, 2009

Charles Black (ed.) – The Fourth Black Book of Horror (Mortbury Press, April, 2009)

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Cover: Paul Mudie

Craig Herbertson – Soup
Paul Finch – Words
Joel Lane – A Cry For Help
Johnny Mains – With Deepest Sympathy
Carl T. Ford – Many Happy Returns
Franklin Marsh – All Hallow’s Even
David A. Sutton – Dead Water
Daniel McGachey – And Still Those Screams Resound…’
Gary McMahon – Love is in the Air
Reggie Oliver – The Head
Ian C. Strachan – The Devil Looks After His Own?
Gary Fry – Bad Hair Day
Hazel Quinn – Flies
Rog Pile – Nails
David Conyers – The Lord of the Law

15 TALES OF TERROR SELECTED BY CHARLES BLACK

THE GRIM REAPER

‘Death towered over the three cowering infants. His hand stayed. The innocence, the tiny stature, the pleading eyes… They started to cry.’ – All Hallow’ Even

DIRE THREATS

‘Pull your trousers down, pull your trousers down or I’ll snick your little nipper off with a bloody chopper.’ – The Head

THE HORRIFYING

”…he had selected a sharp skewer from the kitchen and driven it through her ear and into her sleeping brain with one blow from a wooden mallet.’ – The Devil Looks After His Own?

AND THE GRISLY

‘…he stood back and watched as the fire-lit form writhed and gibbered; as slowly but surely, in a welter of blood and hanging tissue, its exposed musculature was shredded from the gleaming bones beneath…’ – Words

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