The Collection by Bentley Little

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He's been hailed by Dean Koontz for his ;rock-'em, jolt-'em, shock-'em contemporary terror fiction. Now Little presents a 32-story collection that could only have come from an author with a deft touch for the terrifying (Publishers Weekly). Volume One consists of 15 stories. Against the Pale Sand And I Am Here, Fighting with Ghost Blood Bob Bumblebee Colony Comes the Bad Time Coming Home Again Confessions of a Corporate Man Estoppel Full Moon on Death Row Lethe Dreams Life with Father Llama Maya s Mother

About Bentley Little

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Little was born in Arizona. He has won the Bram Stoker Award.
Published January 1, 2002 by Signet.
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Telegraph

Fans of The Be Good Tanyas trio have certainly enjoyed fine dining on small portions - the Canadian band released only three albums between their formation in 1999 and this 2012 anthology.

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Project MUSE

The Osbornes sought to make their collection representative of the varied types of books published for children in England before 1910, and selective in ways that would reflect what children actually responded to: "The decision, right or wrong, was that a book that had been read and re-read by su...

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