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The Corpse on the Grating

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In the gloomy depths of the old warehouse Dale saw a thing that drew a scream of horror to his dry lips. It was a corpse-the mold of decay on its long-dead features-and yet it was alive!
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Published May 1st 2011 by Estar Books (first published November 9th 2010)
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Hugh Barnett Cave was a prolific writer of pulp fiction who also excelled in other genres.

Sources differ as to when Cave sold his first story: some say it was while he still attended Brookline High School, others cite "Island Ordeal", written at age 19 in 1929 while still working for the vanity press.

In his early career he contributed to such pulp magazines as Astounding, Black Mask, and Weird Tal
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