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The Shell Collector

The Shell Collector

It's October in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where Richie Feehan was born and raised and has lived his whole life. He's a part-time lobsterman and full-time painter who sells his art at galleries in Rockport and Newburyport. Between the two jobs he makes enough money to get by, living in an in-law apartment in the family home owned by his brother Jim. Jim runs Feehan & Sons Funeral Home, a business started by their grandfather in 1921.

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Bloodstained Oz

Bloodstained Oz

Something’s gone wrong over the rainbow...

1933. The winds of the Dust Bowl have reduced what had been the nation’s breadbasket to a desert full of broken dreams and desperate prayers. The water is gone, the crops are ruined and, for the people of Hawley, Kansas, there’s little left to struggle for except the chance for another day in hell.

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The Secret Backs of Things

The Secret Backs of Things

From the author of Wildwood Road, and The Ferryman, comes Christopher Golden's first-ever collection of short stories. The Secret Backs of Things takes the readers into a realm rich with legends, folklore and myths, while still finding a place for some modern horror.

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Tell My Sorrows to the Stones

Tell My Sorrows to the Stones

A circus clown willing to give anything to be funny. A spectral gunslinger who must teach a young boy to defend the ones he loves. A lonely widower making a farewell tour of the places that meant the world to his late wife. A faded Hollywood actress out to deprive her ex-husband of his prize possession. A grieving mother who will wait by the railroad tracks for a ghostly train that always has room for one more. A young West Virginia miner whose only hope of survival is a bedtime story.

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British Invasion

British Invasion

edited by Christopher Golden, Tim Lebbon, and James A. Moore

Featuring an Introduction by Stephen Volk and an Afterword by Kim Newman.

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