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Norman Partridge's first story collection, Mr. Fox and Other Feral Tales, won a Bram Stoker Award, and his first novel, Slippin' Into Darkness, garnered the highest praise from horror critics; so it's no surprise that this second collection is a knockout. Here, in dusty Southwestern settings with tawdry glimmers of pop culture, you'll find carnival roustabouts, an Elvis im ...more
Hardcover, signed limited to 500 numbered copies, 300 pages
Published May 1st 1996 by Subterranean Press
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Shelves: subterranean-own
This is 11 of 500 signed numbered copies.
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Excellent short story collection. As will all collections, it contains some hits and misses. My favorites include "Dead Man's Hand", "Styx", "Guignoir" and "Johnny Halloween".
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Good collection of short stories.
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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
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