Edward Gorman, Martin Harry Greenberg
ROC, Dec 14, 1995 - Fiction - 351 pages
It's a jungle out there, where killers lurk in the shadows and no safety can be found even in the coziest confines of hearth and home. It's even more savage inside the twisted minds of murderers who conceal their malevolence behind smiling masks and strike without warning or pity. Now let 22 of today's greatest terror writers take you on a guided tour into the realms of horror...where sex and slaying make strange bedfellows...and where there is nowhere to run and no place to hide from an imagination that leaps at you from the darkest depths and will not let go.
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