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Archive for the ‘*Metheun*’ Category

Richard Davis – Jon Pertee Book Of Monsters

Posted by demonik on November 29, 2007

Richard Davis (ed.) – The Jon Pertee Book Of Monsters (Methuen, 1978: Magnet, 1979)

Petwee Book Of Monsters

Cover art by George Underwood, with illustrations by Nicholas Hockley

Introduction and Epilogue by Jon Pertwee

George Evans – The Samala Plant
Tim Stout – Night of the Sand Wolf
Philip Welby – The Nondescript
David Campton – Spawn
Guy Weiner – The Glendale Monster
Catherine Gleason – Ming
Glenn Chandler – The Intruders
Roger Malisson – The Lambton Worm
John Halkin – The Eyes Have It

Thanks to Steve Goodwin of Vault for providing the contents and cover scan.

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Hugh Lamb – Forgotten Tales Of Terror

Posted by demonik on September 7, 2007

Hugh Lamb (ed) – Forgotten Tales Of Terror  (Methuen, 1978)

Forgotten Tales Of Terror

Introduction – Hugh Lamb

Oswell Blakeston – The Fear From The Lake
Frederick Cowles – The Cavader Of Bishop Louis
Barry Pain – Smeath
C. D. Pamely – The Murder Of The Hunchbacked Boy
Lafcadio Hearn – The Reconciliation
Bernard Capes – The Moon-Stricken
E. F. Benson – The Chippendale Mirror
Charles Duff – The Haunted Bungalow
Robert W. Chambers – The Third Eye
Amyas Northcote – The Late Mrs. Fowke
William Hope Hodgson – The Mystery Of The Derelict
Dermot Chesson Spence – The House On The Rynek

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