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1 Adams, John Joseph (editor) (Robert Kirkman; Steven Barnes; Tananarive Due; Paula R. Stiles; Adam Troy Castro; Karina Sumner-Smith; Matt London; Marc Paoletti; Molly Brown; Seth Lindberg; Walter Greatshell; Jamie Lackey; David J. Schow; Kelley Armstrong) THE LIVING DEAD 2 - Original Stories
San Francisco Night Shade Books 2010 1597801909 / 9781597801904 First Edition Paperback Very Good 8vo David Palumbo; 
496 pp. Edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine; no interior markings. Cover art by David Palumbo. This anthology contains: Introduction by John Joseph Adams; Alone Together by Robert Kirkman; Danger Word by Steven Barnes and Tananarive Due; Zombieville by Paula R. Stiles; The Anteroom by Adam Troy Castro; When the Zombies Win by Karina Sumner-Smith; Mouja by Matt London; Category Five by Marc Paoletti; Living with the Dead by Molly Brown; Twenty-Three Snapshots of San Francisco by Seth Lindberg; The Mexican Bus by Walter Greatshell; The Other Side by Jamie Lackey; Where the Heart Was by David J. Schow; Good People by David Wellington; Lost Canyon of the Dead by Brian Keene; Pirates vs Zombies by Amelia Beamer; The Crocodiles by Steven Popkes; The Skull Faced City by David Barr Kirtley; Obedience by Brenna Yovanoff; Steve and Fred by Max Brooks; The Rapeworm by Charles Coleman Finlay; Everglades by Mira Grant;We Now Pause for Station Identification by Gary A. Braunbeck; Reluctance by Cherie Priest; Arlene Schabowski of the Undead by Marck McLaughlin and Kyra M. Schon; Zombie Gigilo by S. G. Browne; Rural Dead by Bret Hammond; The Summer Place by Bob Fingerman; The Wrong Grave by Kelly Link; The Human Race by Scott Edelman; Who We Used to Be by David Moody; Therapeutic Intervention by Rory Harper; He Said, Laughing by Simon R. Green; The Thought War by Paul McAuley; Dating in the Dead World by Joe McKinney; Flotsam and Jetsam by Carrie Ryan; Last Stand by Kelley Armstrong; Thin Them Out by Kim Paffenroth, R. J. Sevin and Julia Sevin; Zombie Season by Catherine MacLeod; Tameshigiri by Steven Gould; The Days of Flaming Motorcycles by Catherynne M. Valente; Zero Tolerance by Jonathan Maberry; And the Next and the Next by Genevieve Valentine; The Price of a Slice by John Skipp and Cody Goodfellow; and Are You Trying to Tell Me This Is Heaven by Sarah Langan. 
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2 Ainsworth, W. Harrison THE ELIXIR OF LIFE
London Four Square Books 1966 First Printing - First Thus Paperback Very Good 
122 pp. Four Square 1576. Light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; small ink mark on the inside of the front cover. 
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3 Aldiss, Brian W. DRACULA UNBOUND
Toronto Seal Books - McClelland Bantam 1991 0770424341 / 9780770424343 First Printing - First Thus Hardcover Very Good Very Good 8vo Christopher Zacharow; 
196 pp. Quarter-bound in brown cloth on red boards; lettered in gilt on the spine; brown endpapers; headband. Very light rubbing on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. Dj art by Christopher Zacharow. In the barren dust of the far future, the sun leaks energy in a darkening sky and the only remaining humans are imprisoned by spectral, bloodthirsty beings... Bram Stoker, born in Dublin in 1847, was part of the artistic community in London, the community that included Oscar Wilde, James McNeill Whistler, Arthur Conan Doyle and many others. Although he had never visited Eastern Europe, he had an Hungarian acquaintance named Armin Vambery who liked to spin dark and inspirational tales about the Carpathian Mountains. And, of course, he had read Carmilla by Sheridan Le Fanu and The Vampyr by John Polidori, the writer who is often credited with the creation of the vampire genre. Stoker's novel, Dracula, was a hit at the time. But he would have been surprised, and quite pleased, to learn that his creation had lived on so long and had inspired so many future authors. 
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4 Alexander, Robert THE SOUL EATER
London Souvenir Press 1979 0285623885 / 9780285623880 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Author's First Novel 8vo Oliver Frey; 
186 pp. Dark blue boards lettered in silver on the spine. Very lightly rubbed on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. Dj art by Oliver Frey. When they decided to leave the city for the peace and charm of a little village, they counted themselves fortunate to find in Steveley a cottage which they could afford. Steveley itself seemed to be idyllic... except that, for no reason that anyone could discover, the church was falling down, and within living memory two of its incumbents had met unexplained and violent ends... and except that according to local legend, the Devil held sway in the village... and except that Steveley seemed to be at the centre of a ring of ritual desecrations. Of course, they knew nothing of such matters when they moved in... 
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5 Anderson, Kevin J. (editor) (Kelley Armstrong; Joe R. Lansdale; Lucien Soulban; Christopher Welch; Matt Venne; Don D'Ammassa; Mark Onspaugh; J. S. Konrath; F. Paul Wilson; Charlaine Harris; Steven Savile; Will Ludwigsen; Janet Berliner; Jim Butcher) BLOOD LITE
New York Pocket Books 2009 1439148406 / 9781439148402 First Paperback Printing Paperback Very Good 
468 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a partial crease on the front cover and an uncreased spine; small ink mark on the front endpaper. This anthology contains: The Ungrateful Dead; Mr Bear; Hell in a Handbasket; The Eldritch Pastiche from Beyond the Shadow of Horror; Elvis Presley and the Bloodsucker Blues; No Problem; Old School; The Sound of Blunder; An Evening with Al Gore; Dear Prudence by Steven Savile; A Good Psycho is Hard to Find by Will Ludwigsen; High Kicks and Misdemeanors by Janet Berliner; PR Problems by Eric James Stone; Where Angels Fear to Tread by Sherrilyn Kenyon; A Very Special Girl by Mike Resnick; Love Seat Solitaire by D. L. Snell; I Know Who You Ate Last Summer by Nancy Holder; Bitches of the Night by Nancy Kilpatrick; The Bell from Hell by Jeff Strand; Dead Hand by Sharyn McCrumb; and Day Off by Jim Butcher. 
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6 Andrews, Ilona THE EDGE: 1: On the Edge; 2: Bayou Moon
New York Ace Books 2009 First Editions Paperback Very Good Victoria Vebell; 
326, 462 pp. Both books have light edge and corner wear with minor creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Victoria Vebell. To be clear, the books here are On the Edge and Bayou Moon. 
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7 Anonymous (editor) HORROR MONSTERS - Volume 1, number 5 - 1962
Derby, Connecticut Charlton Publications 1962 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good- Magazine 4to 
64 pp. Light wear at the corners with chipping along the lower edge and some creasing at the spine; no interior markings. This includes a dropped-in glossy black and white photograph of Peter Lorre - and please note, the initials on the photo are only on the scan, they are not on the actual picture - the Lorre picture has a previous owner's name and date (1963) on the back and has been stamped Copyright Photograph Toronto Star Syndicate; short tear in the leading edge of the photograph. The magazine contents are: Poe's Tales of Terror - a monstrous trilogy starring those masters of the macabre, Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Basil Rathbone; Through the Upper Intestine - a journey to the interior; Shock Theatre - a TV Guide to ghouls; Peter Lorre - the little giant of monster land; The Head - medical madness on film; Will the Real Frankie Please Stand Up - which Frankenstein monster is the real one; Female Fiends - women can be weird; and Burn Witch Burn - most most terrifying experience of your life; along with the usual features. 
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8 Anonymous (editor) (Mark Bergstrom; Alistair Bogaert; Michael Beloit; Hilda Reeves; Eric Ashby; Blake Burnham; Randall Mattia) WEB TERROR STORIES - Volume 5, number 2 - June 1965
Holyoke, Massachusetts Candar Publishing 1965 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 12mo 
160 pp. Digest format. Some minor corner creasing with a bit of wear at the foot of the spine; no interior markings. This issue contains: The Night of the Hunters - a book bonus by Mark Bergstrom; Novelettes: The Leather Mask by Alistair Bogaert; Doctor Fang's Garden of Pain by Michael Beloit; See You in a Nightmare by Hilda Reeves; Venus of the Claws by Eric Ashby; Short Stories: The Whipping Cure by Blake Burnham; and Lash of the Avenger by Randall Mattia. 
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9 Anonymous. (editor) (Charles Dickens; E. Nesbit; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Oliver Onions; Guy de Maupassant) MIDNIGHT FRIGHT - a Collection of Ghost Stories
United States Watermill Press 1994 0893754056 / 9780893754051 Second Printing Paperback Very Good Mia Tavonatti; 
136 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine and a faint ink mark on the back cover; store stamped. Cover art by Mia Tanonatti. This anthology contains: The Signalman by Charles Dickens; Man Size in Marble by E. Nesbit; The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman; The Cigarette Case by Oliver Onions (George Oliver;) and The Horla by Guy de Maupassant. 
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10 Anonymous. (editor) (Charles L. Grant; Douglas E. Winter; Ramsey Campbell; Clive Barker; Donald M. Grant) THE 1986 WORLD FANTASY CONVENTION
Providence, Rhode Island World Fantasy Convention 1986 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 4to J. K. Potter; Stephen Gervais; Robert Lavoie; Drew Smith; Steve Jones; Arthur Moore; R. J. Krupowicz; 
68 pp. Magazine format. Light rubbing on the corners. Souvenir magazine from The 12th World Fantasy Convention Octorber 29 - November 2 1986 - Biltmore Plaza Hotel, Providence, Rhode Island. The guests were Ramsey Campbell; Charles L. Grant; and J. K. Potter. The Toastmaster was Douglas E. Winter. This volume contains: Charles L. Grant: The Man and the Myth by Douglas E. Winter; An Image in Twisted Silver by Charles L. Grant; Potter's Field; and The Other Side by Ramsey Campbell; Ramsey Campbell: An Appreciation by Clive Barker; Douglas E. Winter: The Man and the Myth by Charles L. Grant; The Funhouse of Fear by Douglas E. Winter; The John D. Merriam Exhibit by Donald M. Grant; and In the 13th Colony by Les Daniels. 
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11 Anonymous. (editor) (Edgar Rice Burroughs; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; G. K. Chesterton; Mary Elizabeth Braddon; Charles Dickens; Oscar Wilde; Jack London; L. T. Meade; Robert Eustace; E. Nesbit; Saki) SCARY CLASSICS - Stories from the Greatest Horror Writers of All Time
Chicago Lowell House - Contemporary Books 2000 0737304383 / 9780737304381 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 8vo 
(viii) 246 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edgewear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. This anthology contains: The Lion by Edgar Rice Burroughs; The Red-headed League by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; The Absence of Mr. Glass by G. K. Chesterton; Good Lady Ducayne by Mary Elizabeth Braddon; The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton by Charles Dickens; The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde; A Raid on the Oyster Pirates by Jack London; At the Edge of the Crater by L. T. Meade; and Robert Eustace; The Violet Car by E. Nesbit; and Gabriel-Ernest by Saki. 
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12 Anonymous. (editor) (Greg Rucka; Christie Golden; Yvonne Navarro; Nancy Holder; Doranna Durgin; Mel Odom; Todd A. McIntosh; Kara Dalkey; Laura J. Burns; Melinda Metz; Greg Cox; Scott Allie; Kristine Kathryn Rusch; Michael Reaves; Christopher Golden) TALES OF THE SLAYER - Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4
New York Simon Pulse - Simon and Schuster 2001 First and Later Printings Soft Cover Very Good 8vo 
280, 355, 323, 267 pp. Trade paperback format. All four books have light rubbing on the corners with flat uncreased spines; no interior markings. These story collections contain: Tales of the Slayer Volume 1: A Good Run - Greece 490 B.C.E by Greg Rucka; The White Doe - London 1586 by Christie Golden; Die Blutgrafin - Hungary 1609 by Yvonne Navarro; Unholy Madness - France 1789 by Nancy Holder; Mornglom Dreaming - Kentucky 1886 by Doranna Durgin; Silent Screams - Germany 1923 by Mel Odom; And White Splits the Night - Florida 1956 by Yvonne Navarro. Tales of the Slayer Volume 2: All That You Do Comes Back Unto Thee - Sunnydale, California 2000 by Todd A. McIntosh; Lady Shobu - Sagami Province, Japan 980 by Kara Dalkey; Abomination - Beauport, Brittany, France 1320 by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz; Blood and Brine - The Caribbean 1661 by Greg Cox; The Ghost of Slayers Past, London 1843 by Scott Allie; The New Watcher - Atlanta, Georgia 1864 by Kristine Kathryn Rusch; House of the Vampire - London 1897 by Michael Reaves; The War Between the States - New York City 1922; Stakeout on Rush Street - Chicago 1943 by Max Allan Collins and Matthew V. Clemens; and Again - Sunnydale, California 1999 by Jane Espenson. Tales of the Slayer Volume 3: Dark of the Moon by Yvonne Navarro; Ch'ing Shih by Mel Odom; Voodoo Lounge by Christopher Golden; and The Code of the Samurai by Nancy Holder. Tales of the Slayer Volume 4: It's All About the Mission by Nancy Holder; Undeadsville by Michael Reaves; Alone by Scott Allie; Sideshow Slayer by Greg Cox; Survivors by Kristine Kathryn Rusch; Back to the Garden by Robert Joseph Levy; The Rule of Silence by Kara Dalkey; and Two Teenage Girls at the Mall by Jane Espenson. 
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13 Anonymous. (editor) (Ruth Rendell; Andy Harrison; Robert Bloch; J. K. Haderack; Philip Robinson; Patricia Highsmith; Alick Newman; Frank Finch; Bram Stoker; Sidney Gray; Elizabeth Kay; Edgar Allan Poe; Lyn Wood) MYSTERIOUS EROTIC TALES
Edison, New Jersey Castle Books 1997 078580725X / 9780785807254 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good 8vo Delphin Enjolras; 
(vi) 244 pp. Burgundy boards lettered in gilt on the spine; headband. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. Some sexy horror, this anthology contains: An Outside Interest by Ruth Rendell; Colette's Column by Andy Harrison; The Undead by Robert Bloch; Elvara Should Be Easy by J. K. Haderack; Angel by Philip Robinson; The Birds Poised to Fly by Patricia Highsmith; Old Times by Alick Newman; Plucked by Frank Finch; The Secret of Growing Old by Bram Stoker; Catherine Would by Sidney Gray; What Might Have Been by Elizabeth Kay; Berenice by Edgar Allan Poe; and The Plain Brown Envelope by Lyn Wood. 
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14 Anscombe, Roderick (re: Bram Stoker) THE SECRET LIFE OF LASZLO, COUNT DRACULA
New York Hyperion 1994 0786860405 / 9780786860401 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Author's First Novel 8vo Jana Leon; 
397 pp. Quarter-bound in black cloth on black boards; lettered in copper on the spine; gray endpapers; headband. Lightly rubbed on the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. In his mesmerizing fictional debut, psychiatrist Roderick Anscome takes readers into the fevered mind of Count Dracula the man - aristocrat, doctor and helpless killer of young women in this erotic reinvention of the classic myth. 
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15 Applegate, K. A. EVER WORLD - Book (1) One: Search for Senna; Book (2) Two: Land of Loss; Book (3) Three: Enter the Enchanted
New York Scholastic Books 1999 First Paperback Printings Paperback Very Good Greg Spalenka; 
208, 185, 169 pp. All three books have light edge and corner wear with flat uncreased spines; no interior markings. Covers by Greg Spalenka. To be clear, the books here are: One: Search for Senna; Two: Land of Loss; and Three: Enter the Enchanted. 
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16 Ardai, Charles (editor) (Somtow Sucharitkul; Andrew Vachss; Lawrence Watt-Evans; Stephen King; Jack London; Lucius Shepard; Alexander Jablokov; David Ely; F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; Susan Palwick; Robert Bloch; Nancy Kress; George Alec Effinger) GREAT TALES OF MADNESS AND THE MACABRE
New York Galahad Books 1990 0883657503 / 9780883657508 First Printing - First Thus Hardcover Very Good Very Good 8vo 
518 pp. Navy blue boards lettered in gilt on the spine. Light rubbing at the corners of the dustjacket; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper. This anthology contains: Introduction by Lawrence Block; The Madonna of Wolves by Somtow Sucharitkul; Placebo by Andrew Vachss; Real Time by Lawrence Watt-Evans; How the Wind Spoke at Madaket by Lucius Shepard; The Wedding Gig by Stephen King; The Leopard Man's Story by Jack London; Deathbinder by Alexander Jablokov; The Marked Man by David Ely; The Ones Who Turn Invisible by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; Ever After by Susan Palwick; The Living Dead by Robert Bloch; Trinity by Nancy Kress; Report on a Broken Bridge by Dennis O'Neil; The Beast from One Quarter Fathom by George Alec Effinger; Was It a Dream by Guy de Maupassant; The Man At the Window by Charles Gordon; Yanqui Doodle by James Tiptree Jr.; An Inhabitant of Carcosa by Ambrose Bierce; Killer in the House by Jas. R. Petrin; Sometimes they Bite by Lawrence Block; Three Men in a Tub by Lemuel Cork; Flicks by Bill Crenshaw; Something Evil in the House by Celia Fremlin; The Black Cat by Edgar Allen Poe; Graffiti by Stanley Ellin; The Dive People by Avram Davidson; The Dim Rumble by Isaac Asimov; The Leather Funnel by Arthur Conan Doyle; and Island Man by R. A. Wilson. 
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17 Arthur, Keri MERCY BURNS
New York Dell Books 2011 0440245702 / 9780440245704 First Edition Paperback Very Good Juliana Kolesova; 
335 pp. Light edgewear with some faint creasing on the spine; no interior markings. Cover art by Juliana Kolesova. Mercy Reynolds is a reporter in the San Francisco Bay area but she's also more - and less - than human... 
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18 Ashley, Mike (editor) (Lucius Shepard; John Metcalfe; T. E. D. Klein; A. C. Benson; David Case; Algernon Blackwood; Russell Kirk; Arthur Conan Doyle; Stephen King; Oliver Onions [George Oliver]) THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF SHORT HORROR NOVELS
New York Carroll and Graf Publishers 1988 Book Club Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good 8vo Bob Marchant; 
(x) 518 pp. Quarter-bound in red on red boards; lettered in gilt on the spine. Light edge and corner wear on the dustjacket; no interior markings. Dj art by Bob Marchant. This anthology contains: How the Wind Spoke at Madaket by Lucius Shepard; The Feasting Dead by John Metcalfe; Nadelman's God by T. E. D. Klein; The Uttermost Farthing by A. C. Benson; Fengriffen by David Case; The Damned by Algernon Blackwood; There's a Long Long Trail A-Winding by Russell Kirk; The Parasite by Arthur Conan Doyle; The Monkey by Stephen King; and The Rope in the Rafters by Oliver Onions [George Oliver]. 
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19 Ashley, Mike (editor) (Robert E. Howard; Mary Elizabeth Counselman; Edmond Hamilton; Francis Flagg; Clark Ashton Smith; Lin Carter; Eric Frank Russell; Leslie J. Johnson; Ray Bradbury; Robert Bloch; Henry Kuttner; H. P. Lovecraft; August Derleth) WEIRD LEGACIES
London Star Books 1977 0352396571 / 9780352396570 First Edition Paperback Very Good+ Peter Andrew Jones; 
157 pp. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Foreword by Robert Bloch. This contains: Skulls in the Stars by Robert E . Howard; The Three Marked Pennies by Mary Elizabeth Counselman; He That Hath Wings by Edmond Hamilton; The Distortion Out of Space by Francis Flagg; The Utmost Abomination by Clark Ashton Smith and Lin Carter; Eternal Rediffusion by Eric Frank Russell and Leslie J. Johnson; The Ducker by Ray Bradbury; The Black Kiss by Robert Bloch and Henry Kuttner; The Survivor by H. P. Lovecraft and August Derleth.. 
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20 Atherton, Gertrude THE BELL IN THE FOG - and Other Stories
Hertfordshire, England Wordsworth Editions 2006 1840225408 / 9781840225402 Second Printing Paperback Very Good- 12mo 
173 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine and a small scuffed patch on the front cover; no interior markings. Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton was a writer of the supernatural, selling her first short story, The Caves of Death, to the San Francisco Newsletter in December 1886. She went on to publish a number or short stories, two novels and two story collections. The Bell in the Fog was originally published by Harper and Brothers in 1905. This short story collection contains: The Striding Place; The Dead and the Countess; The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number; A Monarch of a Small Survey; The Tragedy of a Snob; Crowned with One Crest; Death and the Woman; Talbot of Ursula; A Prologue (to an unwritten play); and The Bell in the Fog. 
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