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100 Best Horror Books -Stephen Jones and Kim Newman - Page 3

In their 1988 Book, editors Stephen Jones and Kim Newman polled the leading horror writers of the day ( and in one case reprinted an appreciation - Edgar Allan Poe on Nathaniel Hawthorne ) and ask them for a brief article on the one book they thought was the best or the scariest or the most disturbing in the field. The pairings, such as Peter Straub on Stephen King or Dennis Etchison on Dalton Trumbo, are fascinating. Jones and Newman later published a second volume on a Second Hundred Books which is also fascinating.
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Ghost Story (Peter Straub)
Ghost Story (Peter Straub)
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The Land of Laughs (Jonathan Carroll)
The Land of Laughs (Jonathan Carroll)
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The Cellar (Richard Laymon)
The Cellar (Richard Laymon)
84
Red Dragon
Red Dragon
85
The Keep (F. Paul Wilson)
The Keep (F. Paul Wilson)
86
The Dark Country (Dennis Etchison)
The Dark Country (Dennis Etchison)
87
In a Lonely Place (Karl Edward Wagner)
In a Lonely Place (Karl Edward Wagner)
88
The Anubis Gates
The Anubis Gates
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89
The Arabian Nightmare (Robert Irwin)
The Arabian Nightmare (Robert Irwin)
90
The Wasp Factory
The Wasp Factory
91
The Ceremonies
The Ceremonies
92
Mythago Wood
Mythago Wood
93
Who Made Stevie Crye? (Michael Bishop)
Who Made Stevie Crye? (Michael Bishop)
94
Song of Kali
Song of Kali
95
The Damnation Game (Clive Barker)
The Damnation Game (Clive Barker)
96
Hawksmoor (Peter Ackroyd)
Hawksmoor (Peter Ackroyd)
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97
A Nest of Nightmares (Lisa Tuttle)
A Nest of Nightmares (Lisa Tuttle)
98
The Pet (Charles L Grant)
The Pet (Charles L Grant)
99
Swan Song
Swan Song
100
Dark Feasts (Ramsey Campbell)
Dark Feasts (Ramsey Campbell)
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