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This is the ninth novel in the Oxrun Station Series. It contains three interconnected novels.
Natalie Windsor's husband was murdered one year ago when he responded to a prowler report as an abandoned house. Just as she is getting her life back together, another dead body shows up, murdered in the same way as her husband.
Jimmy Hale, a murderous psychopath who has convinced his doctors that he is sane, is coming home. Glenn Erskine's daughters are having dreams of death and horror--a warning that Jimmy is on his way!
Novel of quiet horror composed of four connective stories, all linked to a mysterious orchard in the town of Oxrun Station.
Teenagers are being slaughtered by a killer who stops in small towns just long enough to tear apart a family. Will Don Boyd, who has enough problems as it is, become the next victim?
Nine people are trapped in an isolated hotel restaurant when a mysterious stranger attacks.
An anthology of short horror stories including:<P> Introduction · Charles L. Grant<P> Saturday's Shadow · William F. Nolan<P> Night Visions · Jack Dann<P> The Spring· Manly Wade Wellman<P> Valentine · Janet Fox<P> Mackintosh Willy · Ramsey Campbell<P> Dragon Sunday · Ruth Berman<P> The White King's Dream · Elizabeth A. Lynn<P> The Chair · Alan Dean Foster & Jane Cozart<P> Clocks · Barry N. Malzberg & Bill Pronzini<P> Holly, Don't Tell · Juleen Brantingham <P> The Old Man's Will · Lee Wells<P> The Closing Off of Old Doors · Peter D. Pautz<P> Dead End · Richard Christian Matheson<P> Seasons of Belief · Michael Bishop<P> Petey · T. E. D. Klein<P>
He scarcely felt the pain ... He staggered, and was struck again. He tried to bring the cross up, but a sharp kick to his knee brought him groaning to the ground. A foot stamping on his wrist, and his fingers flew open. "Ah," said Saundra Chambers as she knelt on his other side, away from the rosary. "You've been doing your homework." He saw the eyes, and the fangs, and the deep comforting spirals, but he never felt the tearing as his throat was laid bare. And he never heard the sound of Saundra Chambers, drinking . . .
They came to the toy shop in the tiny New England village in a steady stream - children somehow older than their years, money clutched in their little hands, buying a bizarre and unsettling selection of games, then vanishing to play with them in a world that no adult could enter. Still, there seemed nothing to worry about. After all, children would be children. Then the townspeople began to discover what else children could be - as the grown-ups themselves became the children's playthings...
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