It Came from the Drive-In
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It Came from the Drive-In

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Science fiction, horror, and the truly unbelievable-it's all here in an original collection that captures that almost gone and highly romanticized era-the Age of the Drive-In Movie. Fogged-up windshields, bad speaker systems, snack foods galore, it was all part of the drive-in experience
Paperback, 354 pages
Published May 12th 2011 by iBooks (first published February 1st 1996)
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Norman Partridge’s fiction includes horror, suspense, and the fantastic—“sometimes all in one story” says his friend Joe Lansdale. His compact, thrill-a-minute style has been praised by Stephen King and Peter Straub, and his fiction has received three Bram Stokers and two IHG awards.

Partridge’s career launched a series of firsts during the indie press boom of the early nineties. His first short s...more
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