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Excluding proof copies (which are not listed), these are all the known editions of books by or featuring Stephen Jones. If you know of any others, please contact the author/editor at sj@stephenjoneseditor.com
 
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2017
Tanith by Choice
[146] The Solar Pons Companion #7
[145] The Lovecraft Squad: Waiting
The Fantastical Art of Jim Pitts
[144] The Art of Horror Movies
[143] The Complete Adventures of Solar Pons Volume II
[142] The Complete Adventures of Solar Pons Volume I
Weinberg Tales
[141] Best New Horror Volume 27
[140] The Lovecraft Squad: All Hallows Horror
2016
The Art of the B-Movie Poster!
[139] A Little Ochre Book of Occult Stories
2015
[138] Darker Terrors
[137] Best New Horror Volume 26
Skeleton Crew
[136] The Cell & Other Transmorphic Tales
[135] Fengriffin & Other Gothic Tales
[134] Horrorology: The Lexicon of Fear
[133] The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History
[132] Zombie Apocalypse! Acapulcalypse Now
The Rats
2014
[131] Zombie Apocalypse! Endgame
[130] MBO Best New Horror Volume 25
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings
[129] Zombie Apocalypse! Washington Deceased
[128] Zombie Apocalypse! Horror Hospital
2013
[127] Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth
[126] Flotsam Fantastique
The Monster Club
[125] Psycho-Mania!
[124] MBO Best New Horror Volume 24
[123] Fearie Tales: Stories of the Grimm and Gruesome
Necropolis
The Great White Space
2012
[122] The Lost Novels of Bram Stoker
Remember Why You Fear Me: The Best Dark Fiction of Robert Shearman
The Curse of the Fleers
[121] Zombie Apocalypse! Fightback
[120] MBO Best New Horror Volume 23
[119] Curious Warnings: The Great Ghost Stories of M.R. James 150th Anniversary Edition
2011
Harvey Horrors Collected Works: Tomb of Terror Volume One
[118] Scream Quietly: The Best of Charles L. Grant
[117] Masters of the Weird Tale: Old Time Weird Tales & Quality Horror Stories
Die Stadt der singenden Flamme: Gesammelte Erzählungen Band 1
[116] Haunts: Reliquaries of the Dead
[115] MBO Best New Horror Volume 22
[114] A Book of Horrors
[113] Eldritch Tales: A Miscellany of the Macabre
Portents
Encyclopedia of the Vampire
2010
[112] Visitants
[111] Zombie Apocalypse!
Stranger in the House
[110] MBO Best New Horror Volume 21
[109] Song of the Necromancer
[108] The Singer in the Mist
[107] Hallowe'en in a Suburb
[106] Pelican Cay
[105] Darkness, Mist & Shadow, Vol. 2
[104] Darkness, Mist & Shadow, Vol. 1
[103] MBO Best Of Best New Horror
[102] Brighton Shock!
 
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[122]  The Lost Novels of Bram Stoker: The Jewel of Seven Stars, The Lady of the Shroud, The Lair of the White Worm (2012)
by Bram Stoker
Edited by Stephen Jones

(a) Skyhorse Publishing, USA • tp • $16.95
ISBN: 978-162087-178-2

[Note: "A Herman Graf Book"]

[Note: This was basically a "work for hire" project, done as a favour for Herman Graf.]

The Lost Novels of Bram Stoker: The Jewel of Seven Stars, The Lady of the Shroud, The Lair of the White Worm (2012)
Cover Design by Danielle Ceccolini

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A new compilation of Bram Stoker's cult novels for the 100th Anniversary of his death. This new compilation of Bram Stoker's cult classics will be sure to satisfy any lover of vampire fiction, from Dracula to Twilight. All three novels were published after Dracula debuted in 1897. They flirt with vampirism, horror, and human folly in the best gothic tradition, all attempt to duplicate Stoker's only success. The Jewel of Seven Stars (1903), is a tale about an archaeologist's dangerous plot to revive Queen Tera, an ancient Egyptian mummy. The book caused a controversy upon publication for what readers called its "gruesome ending." Stoker's publisher refused to reprint the book until the author revised it. The Lost Novels of Bram Stoker includes both the original ending and the lighter, more commercial version. The Lady of the Shroud (1909), is a classic example of early science fiction, although it remains one of Stoker's more obscure works. Beginning with a stunning sequence that finds a mysterious woman in a small coffin floating off the coast of a fictional country in the Balkan Peninsula, and beguiling the reader with a beautiful lady in a white shroud who may or may not be undead, this is a not-to-be-missed vampire tale! The Lair of the White Worm (1911), is a camp horror tale from an acknowledged master of the genre. The great white worm slithers below, seeking its next victim . . .

PREFACE: "THE MAN WHO CREATED DRACULA" Stephen Jones
INTRODUCTION  
THE JEWEL OF SEVEN STARS (1903)  
THE JEWEL OF SEVEN STARS ALTERNATE ENDING (1912)  
INTRODUCTION  
THE LADY OF THE SHROUD (1909)  
INTRODUCTION  
THE LAIR OF THE WHITE WORM (1911)  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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