Tales of Terror
[58 Short Stories Chosen by the Master of Suspense]Book - 1986
Be afraid--be very afraid: the master of suspense is serving up 58 bloodcurdling tales for your delectation. These suspenseful stories all appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, and in the words of Hitch himself, they are guaranteed to chill and unnerve. Bill Pronzini contributes The Arrowmont Prison Riddle, Margaret B. Maron has A Very Special Talent, Barry M. Malzberg offers A Home Away from Home, and Patricia Matthews chronicles The Fall of Dr. Scourby. Meet a girl who stalks Jack the Ripper, a clairvoyant writer of newspaper obituaries, a homicidal partygoer in a sanatorium, and a police detective who lives vicariously through the exploits of one of his most notorious suspects: they all populate these frightening pages. Caution: not recommended for late-night reading--except for the very brave
Publisher: New York : Galahad Books, c1986.
Branch Call Number: FICTION TAL