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Stephen Jones & David Sutton – Dark Terrors 2

Posted by demonik on May 27, 2011

Stephen Jones & David Sutton (eds.) – Dark Terrors 2: The Gollancz Book of Horror  (Gollancz, 1996)

 Stephen Jones & David Sutton – Introduction

 Nicholas Royle – The Comfort of Strangers
 Brian Lumley – A Really Game Boy
 Conrad Williams  – Something for Free
 David J. Schow  – (Melodrama)
 James Miller  – Absolute Zero
 Paul J. McAuley  – Negative Equity
 Caitlín R. Kiernan – To This Water (Johnstown, Pennsylvania 1889)
 Ramsey Campbell – Out of the Woods
 Steve Rasnic Tem – The Rains
 Graham Masterton – Underbed
 Clive Barker  – Animal Life
 Jay Russell – Lily’s Whisper
 Michael Marshall Smith – Hell Hath Enlarged Herself
 Thomas Tessier – Ghost Music: A Memoir by George Beaune
 Dennis Etchison – The Dead Cop
 Kim Newman – Where the Bodies Are Buried 2020
 Harlan Ellison – The Museum on Cyclops Avenue
 Peter Straub – Hunger: An Introduction

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