Darker Masques by Ray Bradbury, Graham Masterton, Visit Amazon's F. Paul

By Ray Bradbury, Graham Masterton, Visit Amazon's F. Paul Wilson Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, F. Paul Wilson, , Dan Simmons, J. N. Williamson

Terror hides its actual shape within the blackest of shadows, patiently ready to unharness a neverending nightmare upon these silly -- or bold -- adequate to discover its evil visage. From the farthest reaches of twisted imaginations to the inner most, such a lot intimate recesses of tortured minds, this choice of heart-stopping, bone-chilling stories unearths an international of unseen, unstated horrors that would tear at your very soul, while they seize you by means of the throat. sign up for Ray Bradbury, Graham Masterton, Dan Simmons, F. Paul Wilson, and different masters of the macabre as they take readers to the main hideous of geographical regions to find the evil that lurks at the back of the depths of darkness.

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Did she plan this, or was it spontaneous? Panting and sweating—sweating profusely— Walter manages to scale the earthen bank. He boosts himself onto the pavement of the overpass. It would have been easier to move the car, but maybe she's still breathing. Maybe she's alive. He carries a pocketknife in his jacket. His father always told him to be prepared. But he can't haul her up by the rope; he's not that strong. And if he cuts the rope, she may die from the fall. He pulls tentatively on the rope and discovers that she is not very heavy.

Please, friend. " I put my hand out and he filled it with one of those keys that are attached to two-pound anchors so you won't steal them. " He didn't say anything, just sort of nodded. October had stripped the trees and put a coat of frosty silver over everything. The cold only made the dimly lit rest room smell all the worse. It was more in need of a cleaning than I was. The mirror had been shattered by somebody's fist and I saw myself in a dozen fragmented pieces. There I was a brown lump floating in the john.

He does this a lot. He's always forgetting where he parked his car. One time, he spent two hours searching for his car at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. To this day, it has made flying to the West Coast a pain in the ass. He's always afraid it will happen again. Consequently, he never goes to shopping malls in California anymore. It's a matter of principle. He is sweating profusely. " His face cracks into another lopsided smile. He walks past a Porsche, and sees her staring at him. The girl from the bookstore.

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