Shudder Again by Various

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Twenty-two tales of terror and the macabre include J. G. Ballard's story of a doctor with a most bizarre bedside manner, Harlan Ellison's fable about the dark side of beauty, and works by Ray Bradbury, Ramsey Campbell, and others.
 

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Michele Slung is the editor of "I Shudder at Your Touch, Shudder Again, Slow Hand," and "Fever," along with many other anthologies.
 
Published December 1, 1993 by Roc Hardcover. 400 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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As she did in her previous anthology, I Shudder at Your Touch , Slung assembles stories that come together at the nexus of sex and horror. She has selected works from a diverse group of authors who us

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The high-voltage combination of sex and horror delivers its promised thrills in several of these stories, although some masters of the genre are seen at less than their best.

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David Kuehls's morbidly humorous ``The First Time'' depicts an aging bachelor of the not-far-distant future who finds unwelcome his co-workers' gift of an android to re-enact his first sexual experience.

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