Fifty Great Horror Stories

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Random House Value Publishing, Oct 14, 1987 - Fiction - 494 pages
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Traditional and modern tales of terror feature wolves, vampires, and other deadly creatures

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Review: 50 Great Horror Stories

User Review  - Abraham Spencer - Goodreads

I bought and found this at a thrift store look interesting and just loved it still reading it though but I would recommend to read one of john canning books there great. Read full review

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User Review  - Roane Swindon - Goodreads

Some of the stories were quite scary, though I would not venture so far as to say they were horrific at all. Many of them were also not scary, and I'll admit I had actually given up on this book for a while before I picked it up and decided to finish it. Read full review

Contents

THE WEREWOLF OF STCLAUDE Ronald Seth
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THE HAND OF FATHER ARROWSMTTH
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THE MAN WHO TURNED INTO A
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