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The Giant Book Of Best New Horror

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Comprising:

Pin by Robert R. McCammon
No Sharks in the Med by Brian Lumley
...To Feel Another's Woe by Chet Williamson
The Horn by Stephen Gallagher
A Short Guide to the City by Stephen Gallagher
The Last Day of Miss Dorinda Molyneaux by Robert Westall
The Eye of the Ayatollah by Ian Watson
Alive in Venice by Cherry Wilder
Blanca by Thomas Tessier
The Man Who Drew Cats by Michael Ma
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Published 1993 by Parragon Plus
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Graham
Jan 29, 2010 Graham rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror, anthology
This horror anthology really lives up to its name: an incredible 41 stories are collected within! It’s bulky and takes a long time to read, but Ramsey Campbell and Stephen Jones are two much-respected editors here in the UK so you know you’re in for a good read.

Here’s a breakdown of the contents:

PIN by Robert McCammon – short and sickening.

NO SHARKS IN THE MED by Brian Lumley – a story of sexual perversion by one of my favourites.

...TO FEEL ANOTHER’S WOE by Chet Williamson – a twist on the vampi
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Jenna Baldwin
May 01, 2014 Jenna Baldwin rated it it was amazing
One of the best books of short stories I have ever read . Was very sad when I finished it
Michael
Sep 17, 2014 Michael rated it really liked it
Shelves: horror, short-stories

THE GIANT BOOK OF BEST NEW HORROR

Edited by Stephen Jones and Ramsey Campbell


This giant horror collection has been on my shelf for 20 years. Over that time I’ve read bits and pieces from it, but this year thought it was time to give it a good cover-to-cover re-read.
The book collects Jones and Campbells’ selections of the ‘very best’ from the first three volumes of their BEST NEW HORROR series, published in the late 80’s and early 90’s. It is indeed a huge collection, containing 41 stories, rangin
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