The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2012 Edition by Kelley Armstrong

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Take a journey into darkness. Visit places where one might expect to find the dark — in a house where love was shared and lost, a milky-white pool in an Australian cave, the trenches of World War I, the deep woods. You would not be surprised to find the dark in a cheap apartment on the wrong side of town, down mean streets, under a gallows-tree, along dank passageways, trapped underground, in the near future, or among the mysteries of old New Orleans. Dunes, lakes, isolated cabins, old books, and Old West saloons — well, the darkness might easily be there. But we've also found locales you thought were safe from shadows — a rib joint with good blues playing, inside an old wardrobe, on a baseball diamond, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel...

Travel into the best dark fantasy and horror from 2011 with more than five-hundred pages of tales from some of today's best-known writers of the fantastique as well as new talents — stories that will take you to a diverse assortment of dark places.

About Kelley Armstrong

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Guran is the editor of horror fiction books. She writes most of the DarkEcho.
Published July 2, 2012 by Prime Books. 544 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Guran's third annual retrospective anthology offers a wide-ranging variety of fantasy and horror stories by new and established writers.

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