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It settles over civilization with a blood red sun . . . over the landmarks of modern rational man, his freeways and skyscrapers, the yuppies, scumbags wannabes and pushers . . . over men and women yearning for someone else's flesh, and blood . . . They are the fictional attractive streetwalkers, the next-door neighbor you've wanted . . . the spoiled teenagers and sweaty wo ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 369 pages
Published March 1st 1991 by Dell
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Ron Dee, Dusk (Abyss, 1991)

Back in the early nineties, Dell's Abyss line of horror got off to possibly every wrong start it could. It debuted about a year after the end of the big eighties horror boom, it didn't get nearly as much publicity as it should, it started out as a paperback-only imprint, and the monolithic Dell was trying to compete with a few smaller, far more agile publishers who'd been doing horror as long as they'd been around (Jove, Pinnacle, and Leisure, among others). But what D
Stephen King endorsed the entire Dell Abyss Horror line. Here is his blurb:

"Thank you for introducing me to the remarkable line of novels currently being issued under Dell's Abyss imprint. I have given a great many blurbs over the last twelve years or so, but this one marks two firsts: first unsolicited blurb (I called you) and the first time I have blurbed a whole line of books. In terms of quality, production, and plain old story-telling reliability (that's the bottom line, isn't it), Dell's
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