Northern Frights III

There are seventeen stories in this book They are branded horror by nature of our title and cover But it s not all fear and loathing Many of these works are genuinely terrifying, but some darkly humorous, some intriguingly atmospheric, and one, at least, imbued with a sense of cosmological mystery The thrills continue with seventeen outstanding tales by Rick HauThere are seventeen stories in this book They are branded horror by nature of our title and cover But it s not all fear and loathing Many of these works are genuinely terrifying, but some darkly humorous, some intriguingly atmospheric, and one, at least, imbued with a sense of cosmological mystery The thrills continue with seventeen outstanding tales by Rick Hautala, Nancy Baker, Tanya Huff, Stephanie Bedwell Grime, Mel D Ames, Carolyn Clink, Sean Doolittle, Nancy Kilpatrick, Rudy Kremberg, David Nickle, James Powell, Micael Rowe, Peter Sellers, David Shtogryn, Tia Travis, Edo van Belkom, Chris Wiggins and Robert Charles Wilson.
Northern Frights III There are seventeen stories in this book They are branded horror by nature of our title and cover But it s not all fear and loathing Many of these works are genuinely terrifying but some darkly humor

  • Title: Northern Frights III
  • Author: Don Hutchison NancyBaker Rick Hautala Tanya Huff Stephanie Bedwell-Grime Carolyn Clink Sean Doolittle Nancy Kilpatrick
  • ISBN: 9780889625891
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Northern Frights 3 (1995): edited by Don Hutchison; contains the following stories:Wild Things Live There by Michael RoweSilver Rings by Rick HautalaA Debt Unpaid by Tanya Huff Imposter by Peter Sellers Exodus 22:18 by Nancy Baker The Suction Method by Rudy Kremberg Sasquatch by Mel D. Ames Grist for the Mills of Christmas by James Powell Tamar's Leather Pouch by David Shtogryn Snow Angel by Nancy Kilpatrick The Perseids by Robert Charles Wilson Widow's Walk by Carolyn Clink If You Know Where to [...]

    2. Who would have thought Canada had it's own anthology? A nice collection, there really weren't any duds in the bunch. My favorites (which means I will be seeking out more by these authors) were - Wild Things Live Here - Michael RoweThe Suction Method - rudy KrembergSasquatch - Mel D. AmesThe Pines - Tia TravisThe Summer Worms - David NickleNow I need to go find Northern Frights I, II and IV.

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