By Graham Masterton
Award-winning horror author and grasp of the macabre, Graham Masterton provides a blood-curdling array of treats: twelve tales of terror celebrating the weird and ugly, absolute to quicken the heartbeat. surprise on the replicate dug up in mystery and higher off buried . . . Thrill at a couple of fanatics, whose gives you to one another lead them down a worrying direction. detect the haunted residence . . . Come nearer, pricey reader â€“ the hour of the pageant is upon us . . .
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