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Out of the Woodwork 182. December 2011
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Welcome to our newsletter, it contains up to the minute news and gossip as well as awards details and items requiring help from the collective consciousness. If you wish to contribute please do so! We welcome your thoughts, your news items and any gossip! We would like to express our warmest wishes to you and yours at this festive time of the year, seasonal greetings to all and we wish you a peaceful and prosperous 2012.

Contents:-

Hilary Mantel reveals plans for Wolf Hall trilogy
Great Expectations: New end penned for Dickens classic
Winners for the 2011 Prix Aurora Awards have been announced.
Liam Neeson joins War of the Worlds musical as hologram
So who is the Mystery Writers of America Grand Master for 2012 - well we know!
The British Fantasy Society troubles look to be over as a new commtitee is announced.
So what has offcially just become the worlds most expensive comic - we've the full details
Who won theCrime Writer's Association prestigious Ellis Peters Historical Award - once again you can find out here
Kepler 22-b: Earth-like planet confirmed, it's just 600 light years away!
Fantasycon 2012 - due to take place in Brighton next September - have just announced their first three guests!
Undersea mountains march into the abyss - quite frankly incredible!
Final Destination 5 poster banned by ASA - it's pretty gruesome - but why not judge for yourself
'Witch's cottage' unearthed near Pendle Hill, Lancashire
Missing Doctor Who episodes discovered - what great news!
How much would you be willing to pay for a 5" T-Rex tooth?

Goodreads - our ongoing feature so you can see what's being read here at Fantastic HQ, and add to it if you wish by sending us your reviews. Or join us on Facebook and get lots of up to date news direct from Fantastic HQ. New stock updates a speciality!

One for the Collective consciousness. Dennis Lien thinks he may have cracked it!

Obituaries: SFWA Grand Master Anne McCaffrey, 85, died November 21, 2011 of a massive stroke at home in Ireland. Danger Mouse co-creator Mark Hall dies. Sad goodbye as well to Ken Russell: A true British original. SF and fantasy artist Darrell K. Sweet, 77, died December 5, 2011. Comic book artist Jerry Robinson dies.
Department of Smug Self Satisfaction - what our kind customers have to say about the fantastic experience, particularly the new better illustrated lists!.
Silly Stuff. This isn't silly at all, we've the trailer for the Doctor Who christmas special - wow! Fantastic. As well as another spoof, this time its "Dawn of the Ted" be afraid, be very afraid.
Latest new arrivals - include a trio of titles from Ex Occidente Press, the latest Dark Discoveries (an extreme horror special) Stephen King's "11.22.63" in a special limited edition, the latest Interzone and the latest Wormwood. do we spoil you or what?


External Blinks:

SFWA has an interview with Paolo Bacigalupi
Victoriana meets the zombies: the sci-fi cult coming to the big screen - the Independent has a feature on Cherie Priest's "Boneshaker"
The Telegraph has a review of Margaret Atwoods latest tome "In Other Worlds"
The SFWA has an interview with James Patrick Kelly
The Financial Times has a list of favourite fiction from 2011 and includes crime and SF
Mystery Scene has an interview with Richard Matheson


 

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Just days after the sequel to Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning novel Wolf Hall was announced, the author has revealed plans for a third instalment. The writer told the Guardian newspaper the third book would be called The Mirror And The Light, the title she originally chose for the second novel. She has already started the first sequel, Bring Up the Bodies, which will focus on the downfall of Anne Boleyn. BBC story


Winners for the 2011 Prix Aurora Awards have been announced. The awards were presented on November 20, 2011 during Canvention 31. Winners received trophies and the Best Novel winner received a $500 cash prize from SF Canada, the National Association for Speculative Fiction Professionals.
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
Best English Novel
•WWW: Watch, Robert J. Sawyer (Penguin Canada)
•Black Bottle Man, Craig Russell (Great Plains Publications)
•Destiny’s Blood, Marie Bilodeau (Dragon Moon Press)
•Stealing Home, Hayden Trenholm (Bundoran Press)
•Under Heaven, Guy Gavriel Kay (Viking Canada)

Best English Short Story
•“The Burden of Fire”, Hayden Trenholm (Neo-Opsis #19)
•“Destiny Lives in the Tattoo’s Needle”, Suzanne Church (Tesseracts Fourteen)
•“The Envoy”, Al Onia (Warrior Wisewoman 3)
•“Touch the Sky, They Say”, Matt Moore (AE: The Canadian Science Fiction Review, 11/10)
•“Your Beating Heart”, M. G. Gillett (Rigor Amortis)
Best English Poem / Song
•“The ABCs of the End of the World”, Carolyn Clink (A Verdant Green)
•“Let the Night In”, Sandra Kasturi (Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead)
•“Of the Corn: Kore’s Innocence”, Colleen Anderson (Witches & Pagans #21)
•“The Transformed Man”, Robert J. Sawyer (Tesseracts Fourteen)
•“Waiting for the Harrowing”, Helen Marshall (ChiZine 45)
Best English Graphic Novel
•Goblins, Tarol Hunt (goblinscomic.com)
•Looking For Group, Vol. 3, Ryan Sohmer & Lar DeSouza (lfgcomic.com)
•Stargazer, Volume 1, by Von Allan (Von Allan Studio)
•Tomboy Tara, Emily Ragozzino (tomboytara.com)
Best English Related Work
•The Dragon and the Stars, Derwin Mak & Eric Choi, eds. (DAW)
•Chimerascope, Douglas Smith (ChiZine)
•Evolve: Vampire Stories of the New Undead, Nancy Kilpatrick, ed. (EDGE)
•On Spec, Diane Walton, ed. (Copper Pig Writers Society)
•Tesseracts Fourteen, John Robert Colombo & Brett Alexander Savory, eds. (EDGE)
Best Artist (Professional and Amateur)
•Erik Mohr, cover art for ChiZine Publications
•Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk, “Brekky” cover art (On Spec Fall)
•Christina Molendyk, Girls of Geekdom Calendar for Argent Dawn Photography
•Dan O’Driscoll, cover art for Stealing Home (Bundoran)
•Aaron Paquette, “A New Season” cover art (On Spec Spring)
Aurora Awards


Writer David Nicholls has revealed that he has written a new ending to Great Expectations for his movie "thriller" version of the Dickens classic. The film, directed by Mike Newell, is currently being shot in the UK and stars Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham and Ralph Fiennes as Magwitch. Nicholls, the author of hit novel One Day, was speaking at the launch of the BFI's Dickens on Screen season.He said the ending was "somewhere in between" the two written by Dickens. BBC story


Liam Neeson is to appear as a 3D hologram in a new version of Jeff Wayne's long-running The War of the Worlds musical. The actor takes over the narrator role from Richard Burton, whose holographic head has appeared in the show since it began touring in 2006. The Northern Irish star said he was "very flattered" to take on the part. Burton's narration had been taken from Jeff Wayne's original 1978 double album, which has sold some 15m copies. The cast on the original recording included David Essex, Justin Hayward, Phil Lynott and Julie Covington. In a new element to the production, Neeson's holographic character will appear interacting with the live performers on stage. BBC story


Martha Grimes has been chosen as this year’s Grand Master by Mystery Writers of America (MWA). MWA's Grand Master Award represents the pinnacle of achievement in mystery writing and was established to acknowledge important contributions to this genre, as well as a body of work that is both significant and of consistent high quality. Ms. Grimes will be presented with her award at The Edgar Awards Banquet, which will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City on Thursday, April 26, 2012. When told of being named Grand Master, Grimes said, “I was, for once, speechless. Thank you very much for making me a Grand Master.” Martha Grimes is the best-selling author, known for her three outstanding mystery series: the Richard Jury, Andi Olivier, and Emma Graham series. She is also the author of several acclaimed fiction books outside the mystery genre including Foul Matter, Cold Flat Junction, Hotel Paradise, The End of The Pier and The Train Now Departing. She has in fact, published a book (sometimes two) every year for the past 30 years!
Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Martha Grimes began as a poet, but then turned to mystery novels.
Martha sent her first novel “over the transom” to several publishers. In 1979 an editor at Little, Brown, Inc. found the book in the “slush pile” and offered to publish The Man with a Load of Mischief with a first printing of 3,000 copies. It was published in 1981, and since then Grimes’s legions of fans have devoured 22 books in this series. The most recent, The Black Cat, was published in 2010. Biting the Moon, the first book in the Andi Olivier series was published in 1999. The plot focused on the prevention of animal abuse and featured two teenage heroines. Grimes donated two-thirds of her royalties to animal abuse organizations across the country.
Martha Grimes currently lives in Washington, DC.
Previous Grand Masters include Sara Paretsky, Dorothy Gilman, James Lee Burke, Sue Grafton, Bill
Pronzini, Stephen King, Marcia Muller, Dick Francis, Mary Higgins Clark, Lawrence Block, P.D. James. MWA


It looks like the futrore at the British Fantasy Society has sorted itself out and the new committee has been put in place:

Acting British Fantasy Society chair Graham Joyce has announced the new committee members for the organization:
•Chairperson: Lee Harris, nominated by Paul Cornell, seconded by Philip Lunt
•Treasurer: Amanda Rutter, nominated by Suzanne MacLeod, seconded by Neil Ford
•Secretary: Marion Pitman, nominated by Tina Rath, seconded by Jan Edwards
•Awards Administrator: Sarah Ann Watts, nominated by James Bennett, seconded by Lawrence Watts
•Publicity Officer: Lizzie Barrett, nominated by Jared Shurin, seconded by Lou Morgan
•Stock Holder: Christopher Teague, incumbent
Nominations closed on November 18th, and there were no contests for any position. The positions will be formally ratified at EGM on December 9th, 2011.
BFS


A copy of the first issue of Action Comics, featuring Superman's debut, has become the world's most expensive comic, fetching $2.16m (£1.4m). It was auctioned online for a starting bid of just $1, with a reserve price of $900,000. The buyer or seller's name was not disclosed, but there is speculation it was owned by actor Nicolas Cage. About 100 copies of Action Comics No 1 are thought to be in existence, and only a handful of those are in good condition . BBC story

A dark tale of wartime intrigue has been named by The Crime Writers’ Association as the winner of this year’s prestigious Ellis Peters Historical Award, at a ceremony at the Athenaeum in London. Andrew Martin’s novel The Somme Stations, published by Faber and Faber, was selected for the £3,000 first prize. The judging panel said of The Somme Stations: “Martin’s novels featuring railway detective Jim Stringer reveal their treasures in subtle fashion with a winning synthesis of period atmosphere, intriguing plotting and a passion for steam railways.” CWA


Astronomers have confirmed the existence of an Earth-like planet in the "habitable zone" around a star not unlike our own. The planet, Kepler 22-b, lies about 600 light-years away and is about 2.4 times the size of Earth, and has a temperature of about 22C.It is the closest confirmed planet yet to one like ours - an "Earth 2.0". However, the team does not yet know if Kepler 22-b is made mostly of rock, gas or liquid. BBC story. Robert J Sawyer has a few words to say about our obsession with an Earthlike planet on the BBC


FANTASYCON 2012 ANNOUNCES FIRST GUESTS

We are proud to announce our first three Guests who will be attending next year’s FantasyCon 2012, which is being held in the historic seaside town of Brighton, Sussex, over September 27-30, 2012.

Our first author Guest of Honour is legendary Texas “Mojo Story Writer” JOE R. LANSDALE. With more than thirty books in various genres to his credit, Joe is the Champion Mojo Storyteller. He’s been called “an immense talent” by Booklist; “a born storyteller” by Robert Bloch, and The New York Times Book Review declares he has “a folklorist’s eye for telling detail and a front-porch raconteur’s sense of pace”. He’s won umpty-ump awards, including eight Bram Stoker Awards, the Grand Master Award from the World Horror Convention, a British Fantasy Award, the American Mystery Award, the Horror Critics Award, the Grinzane Cavour Prize for Literature, the “Shot in the Dark” International Crime Writer’s Award, the Golden Lion Award, the Booklist Editor’s Award, the Critic’s Choice Award, and a New York Times Notable Book Award. Joe has also written numerous comic books, graphic novels and animated TV series; his novella Bubba Ho-Tep was made into a cult favourite movie by director Don Coscarelli in 2002, and his story ‘Incident On and Off a Mountain Road’ was filmed for Showtime Network’s Masters of Horror series. You can read more about Joe at: www.fantasycon2012.org/joelansdale.htm.

We are delighted to welcome legendary anthology editor MARY DANBY as our Special Editor Guest. Mary was the fiction editor at Fontana Books from 1969-72, where she edited thirteen volumes of The Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories and twelve volumes of the Armada Ghost Book for children. Her other titles include Nightmares, Frighteners, Realms of Darkness, 65 Great Spine Chillers, 65 Great Tales of the Supernatural and Great Murder Mysteries. Mary has also been a fiction writer and her debut collection, Party Pieces: The Horror Fiction of Mary Danby, will be launched at FantasyCon 2012. For more information about Mary, go to: www.fantasycon2012.org/marydanby.htm

When we were faced with following this year’s Master of Ceremonies, Sarah Pinborough, with someone with equally powerful lungs, it made sense to look towards the Welsh Valleys. The only obvious choice was the very shouty TIM LEBBON. Tim is a New York Times best-selling horror and fantasy writer. He has had more than twenty novels published to date, as well as dozens of novellas and hundreds of short stories, including numerous appearances in “Year’s Best” anthologies on both sides of the Atlantic. He has won four British Fantasy Awards, a Bram Stoker Award and a Scribe Award, and he has been a frequent finalist for International Horror Guild, Shirley Jackson and World Fantasy Awards. He has also written several original screenplays that are at varying stages of development. You can find out more about Tim at: www.fantasycon2012.org/timlebbon.htm


Startling new images from the depths of the Pacific Ocean reveal one of Earth's most violent processes: the destruction of massive underwater mountains. The pictures were created by sonar in waters up to 6km (4mi) deep. They expose how tectonic action is dragging giant volcanoes into a chasm in the seabed. The volcanoes are strung across several thousand kilometres of ocean floor and are moving westward on the Pacific tectonic plate at up to 6cm per year. The extraordinary scene was captured along the Tonga Trench during a research expedition last summer. The trench is a highly active fault line running north from New Zealand towards Tonga and Samoa. BBC story and video


The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a poster for horror sequel Final Destination 5 for being too violent. The poster, used on buses and in the London Underground over the summer, showed a skull being shattered by steel rods driven through its mouth and eye sockets.


Engineers have said they were "stunned" to unearth a 17th Century cottage, complete with a mummified cat, during a construction project in Lancashire. The cottage was discovered near Lower Black Moss reservoir in the village of Barley, in the shadow of Pendle Hill. Archaeologists brought in by United Utilities to survey the area found the building under a grass mound. Historians are now speculating that the well-preserved cottage could have belonged to one of the Pendle witches The building contained a sealed room, with a mummified cat bricked into the wall. It is believed the cat was buried alive to protect the cottage's inhabitants from evil spirits.BBC story


A massive tooth from a Tyrannosaurus rex has sold for a world record £36,000.
The perfectly preserved 5in dinosaur tooth was discovered poking out of a field by a farmer in Montana earlier this year.
It is in such good condition that the tiny serrated edges, which helped the ferocious dinosaur grind down its prey, are still visible on the surface. Daily Mail

 


Doctor Who fans are getting a fresh opportunity to travel back in time with the discovery of two missing episodes from the long-running BBC series. The 1965 and 1967 episodes star William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton, the first two actors to play The Doctor. They are among more than 100 instalments which were not retained by the BBC. The announcement was made on Sunday December 11th at Missing Believed Wiped, an event held at the British Film Institute (BFI). BBC story which includes a clip!


One for the collective consciousness:- some excellent respones

Here's the old one:-

Looking for a book ?70's I am looking for a science fiction book I read years ago, and would love to read again. But I have forgotten its author and title. It is a story about a space journey using gates that are tarot like symbols that only the 'navigator' can decipher in order to pass through them. I think they find a lost book which has symbols that will lead back to an ancient 'lost'/mythological planet...Earth? Do you know the name and author of the book, or whom I could contact to help me. Thankyou. Jerry Haworth. - email us if you can help

Dennis Lien - helped us out with this one:-
I don't suppose this is a somewhat misremembered reference Piers Anthony's MACROSCOPE (1969)? Probably not...

Philip Cohen also added his fourpenny worth - I suspect I've read this but the only title that floats out of memory is Melissa Scott's *Five-Twelfths of Heaven*, which is most likely wrong.
Still, no harm tossing it into the pot.

as did Richard Christou, who also went that little bit extra for OotW:

I have been having a look at the Tarot question for the collective consciousness.

I am not confident I have identified it, but the following may help -

The closest I can think of is the Piers Anthony Cluster Series, in particular Tarot ( an omnibus collection of three novels - God of Tarot, Spirit of Tarot and Vision of Tarot)

Anthony, Piers.
Chaining the Lady.
Cluster.
Kirlian Quest.
Tarot.
Thousandstar.
Viscous Circle.

Of course Tarot-like trumps are also used as a means of transportation in the Amber Series by Roger Zelazny.

Another excellent novel referencing the Tarot is Nova by Samuel Delaney.

Lastly, I would also recommend The Greater Trumps by Charles Williamson. Whilst fantasy and not science fiction I have always regarded this as one of the classic novels about the Tarot.

Another fantastic response, my thanks to everybody.


Obituaries:

SFWA Grand Master Anne McCaffrey, 85, died November 21, 2011 of a massive stroke at home in Ireland.
McCaffrey is best known for her long-running Pern series of SF novels and stories. She was the first woman to win both the Hugo and the Nebula Awards, with “Weyr Search” (1968) and “Dragonrider” (1969) respectively. Pern novel The White Dragon (1978) was the first hardcover SF novel to make the New York Times bestseller list. Many of the later books in the Pern series were written in collaboration with McCaffrey’s son Todd. In all she authored or co-wrote more than 100 titles, beginning with first novel Restoree (1967). Locus, SFWA, BBC

Animator Mark Hall, co-founder of Cosgrove Hall, responsible for Chorlton and the Wheelies, Danger Mouse and The Wind in the Willows, has died of cancer at the age of 74. He died in the early hours of Friday at his home in Manchester surrounded by his family, his company Cosgrove Hall Fitzpatrick Entertainment said. Operations director Adrian Wilkins hailed "a lifetime of achievement" in the world of animation. BBC

Ken Russell was a larger than life character who was one of the most controversial directors in British cinema. He specialised in the interpretation of the great classical composers, extravaganzas which matched powerful images with a dramatic score. They were not for the faint-hearted. Audiences would be regaled with the sight of women cavorting naked in railway carriages, nude actors wresting in front of roaring fires and nuns indulging in orgies. BBC

Artist Darrell K. Sweet, 77, died December 5, 2011. Sweet’s first illustrations were for Ballantine Books in 1975, and when the Del Rey imprint was formed in 1977, he produced many of their covers. Since then he has created illustrations for most of the major SF publishers, including Berkeley, Ace, and Tor. He is perhaps now best known for his illustrations of Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series, but he also produced memorable covers for Stephen R. Donaldson’s Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Xanth series by Piers Anthony, and novels by Jack L. Chalker, Terry Brooks, L.E. Modesitt, Jr., and many others.

Comic book artist Jerry Robinson, who created characters including Batman's sidekick Robin, has died aged 89. Mike Marts, editor of the Batman series at DC Comics, called the artist "a pioneer in storytelling". Robinson, who was first hired to draw comic books in 1939, aged 17, is credited by many as crafting the Caped Crusader's arch-enemy The Joker. "I think the name came first - The Joker. Then I thought of the playing card," he said, last year. BBC story


Department of Smug Self Satisfaction.

1. Hi Simon,

I loved the new look for the latest booklist. Having the image of the book covers is a great addition; adds to the overall enjoyment of going through the list. Many of us will remember some of those older covers too! Further, what a terrific service to offer pre-orders on specialty books, and, sending direct e-mail on some of the very special books is a great idea. I also love the videos that are now included in the newsletter and would be remiss if I did not mention how much I enjoyed the "puppet" version of Shaun of the Dead! Everything is outstanding at Fantastic Literature. Cheers to all at Fantastic Literature from Canada.

Susan=

2. I am very pleased by the services of this seller. My item was dispatched half an hour after I placed my order, and the packaging was made really nice and tight, so that the book inside could not be harmed by any hazard along it's trip to me. Job well done! (Amazon UK)

3. Shipped to US from England - arrived way ahead of estimate. Well-wrapped, in excellent new condition as description at most competitive price.. I highly recommend this seller. (Amazon US)

4. The book was packaged very well, with the intent on keeping it safe. (E Bay)

5. Dear Laraine,


Thank for the fast sending of the book.
It looks very beautiful.
I am very content.

From Germany loves greetings and a quiet Christmas time Jörg


Silly stuff: Well not silly at all this is the trailer for the Doctor Who christmas special!l

A few little snippets:

I've just had my 2012 Calendar delivered. On the 'December' page, there's a nice picture of an Asteroid and a 21 day month.......


Major excitement, just got an order from Michelle Pfeiffer, boy was I excited then I re-read the order....Michael Pfeiffer! Damn....

Just had an order from a customer in Japan whose name - when I ran it through Google live translator is "Plain and Fat" - shame!


New arrivals for your delectation:-

DARK DISCOVERIES 19 - EXTREME HORROR SPECIAL edited by James R Beach.
Features Fiction by RICHARD LAYMON, EDWARD LEE, WRATH JAMES WHITE, J.F. GONZALEZ, JOHN EVERSON and JASON V BROCK. Interviews with BRUCE CAMPBELL, ADRIENNE KING (Friday the 13th), FANGORIA Editor CHRIS ALEXANDER and DEADITE PRESS Publisher/Editor JEFF BURK.
For order information and price click on the image.
TARSHISHIM by Ron Weighell(Passport Levante) limited edition, of just 100, boxed with inserts etc.
At the Court of Rudolph the second, John Dee and Cornelius Drebel create a device to realise the vision of Hermes Trismegistus to make Humankind dwellers in supercellestial realms, privy to divine knowledge, consorting with Angels in a Universal Empire of Hermetic Wisdom. The return of Ron Weighell to the fantastic literature is the return of the Blood to the Heart of the Mysteries.
For order information and price click on the image.
SANGIA IN THE SANGRAAL by Colin Insole (Passport Levante) limited edition.
An entire story-cycle in miniature. One thousand years of the remarkable magical history of a secret region of Spain where few people venture even now. Albarracín is a rose-red town tucked away in the mountains of Lower Aragon.Albarracín still lurk the djinn of the wondrous past in their dusty bottles and the ghosts of heroes and villains locked in the crucibles of a rogue alchemist .
For order information and price click on the image.
ALCYONE by Colin Insole (Passport Levante) limited edition.
It is the late 1980's. Two young people are drawn together at a London registry office, where the walls are hung with the prints and animal paintings of Albrecht Durer. Vlastimil Lednacek comes to erase all association with his dying father's nostalgia for the Prague he never knew by assuming an English name. Alice, remembering nothing of her parents and brought up by the kindly Exiles of St John, seeks in vain for her past..
For order information and price click on the image.
"11.22.63" by Stephen King - limited, slipcased edition in dustwrapper from Hodder & Stoughton. Already out-of-print.
WHAT IF you could go back in time and change the course of history? WHAT IF the watershed moment you could change was the JFK assassination? 11/22/63, the date that Kennedy was shot - unless . . .
For order information and price click on the image, sadly there is no discount on this title.
INTERZONE 237 edited by Andy Cox (TTA Press)
The November–December issue of Interzone contains substantial new stories by Lavie Tidhar, Jim Hawkins, Douglas Lain, Caspian Gray; colour art by Richard Wagner, David Gentry, Steve Hambidge; Ansible Link by David Langford; Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe; Laser Fodder by Tony Lee; book reviews by Jim Steel and the team.
For order information and price click on the image
Wormwood 17 edited by Mark Valentine (Tartarus Press) includes:-
World Gone Wrong: H.P. Lovecraft’s Mythology of Loss (part one) by Joel Lane
Songs of the Archangel: Halcyon & Other Poems of Gabriele d’Annunzio in English by Daniel Corrick
Reginald Hodder: Author of The Vampire by James Doig
Ernest Bramah’s Max Carrados: The Sightless Supersleuth by Gary G. Garner
Donald Armour’s Swept & Garnished: A Rediscovered Masterpiece of Supernatural Horror by Robert Eldridge
Lilies Among the Thorns: An Overview of American

For order information and price click on the image

 


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