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John Carnell – Weird Shadows From Beyond

Posted by demonik on June 22, 2009

John Carnell – Weird Shadows From Beyond (Corgi, 1965)

Josh Kirby

Josh Kirby

John Carnell – Introduction

Mervyn Peake – Danse Macabre
John Kippax – Blood Offering
Mervyn Peake – Same Time, Same Place
Michael Moorcock – Master Of Chaos
William Tenn – Wednesday’s Child
Robert Presslie – Dial ‘O’ For Operator
Brian W Aldiss – The Flowers Of The Forest
E.C Tubb – Fresh Guy
Eric Williams – The Garden Of Paris
Theodore Sturgeon – The Graveyard Reader

blurb

Ten Nightmares

A freshly turned grave with one mourner filled with hate; a telephone kiosk at night with something outside trying to get in; a ghoul playing knucklebones on a tombstone, a bodiless evening dress suit dancing in a moonlight glade; an iron shark tooth; a witch and a were-leopard ….

These are but a few of the ingredients of this nightmarish collection of weird stories.

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