The Stephen King companion
In 1989, Beahm wrote The Stephen King Companion, the first general-interest book, resource guide, and reference work for King's millions of fans. This new edition of the classic book has been updated for the '90s, featuring more than 70 articles, profiles, and interviews about King, from contributors such as Clive Barker and Michael R. Collings.
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Review: The Stephen King CompanionUser Review - Kevin - Goodreads
A very good companion book. Holds up very well considering it was originally published twenty-five years ago. I enjoyed the interviews the most, having that extra insight. Not a book I would recommend ... Read full review
Review: The Stephen King CompanionUser Review - Larry - Goodreads
I've had this book for quite a while. About 90% of it is outdated however there is some good material about the books in the University of Maine collection. Read full review
Stephen King Country: The Illustrated Guide to the Sites and Sights That ...
George W. Beahm
No preview available - 1999
Introduction by Clive Barker
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