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The Best Short Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes: Ghosts And Ghouls
Edited by Stephen Jones

The Best Short Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes: Ghosts And Ghouls
Cover by Edward Miller

In a writing career that lasted for more than forty years, Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes published more than 200 short stories and was Britain's undisputed "Prince of Chill". Now multiple award-winning editor Stephen Jones has compiled the first spine-chilling volume of The Best Short Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes—thirteen classic tales of terror that combine horror and humour in equal measure. In this volume you will encounter a 19th century serial killer who refuses to remain dead; an old door that opens into a spectral room from the past; a television set which receives transmissions from Hell; a village of flesh-eaters hidden down a country lane; a demonic baby, and a family of ghostly children. Additionally, "the world's only practising psychic detective" Francis St. Clare and his assistant Frederica Masters investigate one of their most bizarre cases, 'The Gibbering Ghoul of Gomershal'. These are just some of The Best Short Stories of R. Chetwynd-Hayes. Be afraid. Very afraid . . .

INTRODUCTION: THE BEST OF R. CHETWYND-HAYES Stephen Jones
HOUSEBOUND 
THE GATECRASHER 
THE DAY THAT FATHER BROUGHT SOMETHING HOME 
THE DOOR 
THE ELEMENTAL 
THE JUMPITY-JIM 
THE COLOURED TRANSMISSION 
SOMETHING COMES IN FROM THE GARDEN 
THE HUMGOO 
THE CRADLE DEMON 
THE GIBBERING GHOUL OF GOMERSHAL 
DOPPELGÄNGER 
ACQUIRING A FAMILY 

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A Little Ochre Book of Occult Stories
by Karl Edward Wagner
Edited and Illustrated by Stephen Jones

(a) Borderlands Press, US • hc (signed by the editor)

A Little Ochre Book of Occult Stories
Frontispiece by Stephen Jones

Karl Edward Wagner (1945-1994) was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. He trained as a psychiatrist before becoming a multiple British Fantasy Award and World Fantasy Award-winning writer, editor and publisher. His early writing included a series of heroic fantasy novels and short stories featuring Kane, The Mystic Swordsman. His first book, Darkness Weaves With Many Shades . . . , introduced the unusually intelligent and brutal warrior-sorcerer, and Kane's adventures continued in the novels Bloodstone and Dark Crusade, along with the collections Death Angel's Shadow, Night Winds and The Book of Kane. Wagner also expanded the exploits of two of Robert E. Howard's most famous characters, Conan and Bran Mak Morn, in The Road of Kings and Legion from the Shadows, respectively, and he edited three volumes of the Echoes of Valor anthology series and Intensive Scare, an anthology of medical horror stories. For fourteen years he was the editor of the acclaimed Year's Best Horror Stories series, while his own superior short horror tales were collected in In a Lonely Place, Why Not You and I?, Unthreatened by the Morning Light and the posthumous Exorcisms and Ecstasies.

A LETTER TO KARL Stephen Jones
DEATH ANGEL'S SHADOW  
THE LAST WOLF  
NAICHORYSS' SONG  
STICKS  
REFLECTIONS FOR THE WINTER OF MY SOUL  
UNDERTOW  
MOURNING OF THE FOLLOWING DAY  
MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO PROVIDENCE  
NIGHT WINDS  
ABOUT THE AUTHOR  
ABOUT THE EDITOR  

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Weird Tales Anthology
Edited by Stephen Jones and Peter Crowther

(a) PS Publishing, UK • hc (Deluxe Edition)

(b) PS Publishing, UK • hc (Trade Hardcover)

Weird Tales Anthology
Cover by Jon Arfstrom

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