Triage

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Leisure Books, Dec 3, 2007 - Fiction - 310 pages
22 Reviews
Three novellas by three of horrors greatest authors are collected in this volume. Each story begins with the setup of someone walking into a workplace with a gun. From there each author takes the tale wherever his twisted imagination leads him. Original.

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User Review  - Evans-Light - LibraryThing

only read the Laymon story. It was okay if a fun and gruesome sort of way, but not required reading. I want to read the Ketchum tale in this someday, though. The Edward Lee story didn't spark my interest for some reason. Read full review

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User Review  - Brice - Goodreads

I was, generally, disappointed with this book. When you look at the trio of authors in this collection you anticipate better tales than their offerings here. Each is given the same concept of where to ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

JACK KETCHUM IS THE AUTHOR OF NUMEROUS NOVELS AND SHORT STORY COLLECTIONS INCLUDING LADIES NIGHT, RIGHT TO LIFE, CLOSING TIME, COVER AND SLEEP DISORDER.

Laymon is the author of over 30 novels and 65 short stories.

Edward Lee lives in St. Petersburg Beach, where, if he had the chance, he would gladly eat his own weight in seafood. He's the author of over a dozen novels, including Coven, Succubi, Incubi, Ghosts, Creekers, and The Bighead, 60 short stories, multiple comic scripts and novellas. He has two new novels coming in 2002 from Leisure Horror. For a full biography and detailed bibliography please go to the The Domain of Edward Lee.

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