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The Ultimate Horror Collection, Volume 1

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Thousands of pages of classic horror are collected in this large Kindle collection. An active table of contents is included to make it easy to navigate to the work you are looking for.

Authors and works include:

Bram Stoker
The Burial of the Rats
The Chain of Destiny
Crooken Sands
The Crystal Cup
Dracula
Dracula's Guest
The Dualitists, or, the Death Doom of the Double Born
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Published (first published October 23rd 2009)
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English novelist and poet. For most of his life Peacock worked for the East India Co. He was a close friend of Percy Bysshe Shelley, who greatly inspired his writing. His best verse is interspersed in his novels, which are dominated by the conversations of their characters and satirize the intellectual currents of the day. His best-known work, Nightmare Abbey (1818), satirizes romantic melancholy ...more
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