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ROC, Feb 17, 1993 - Fiction - 382 pages
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After the indisputable success of the first Stalkers volume, Gorman and Greenberg have teamed together once again to gather Predators--a remarkable anthology of nearly two dozen stories of horror and suspense, exploring what may be the darkest theme of horror fiction: the hunter and his prey. Features Dean R. Koontz, F. Paul Wilson, and others.

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User Review  - Pete - Goodreads

I read this as a tenth grader and found it pretty entertaining. Read full review

Review: Predators

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I read this as a tenth grader and found it pretty entertaining. Read full review


Hardshell Dean R Koontz
The Calligraphy Lesson Joyce Harrington
The Rubber Smile John Shirley

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About the author (1993)

Ed Gorman has worked in politics as both a speechwriter and a TV producer. He has won the Shamus, Anthony, Ellery Queen, Spur, and International Fiction Awards. He has been nominated twice for an Edgar and once for the Silver Dagger. His other work includes the Sam McCain series and the Jack Sawyer series. A feature film based on his novel "The Poker Club" is forthcoming.

Joe Haldeman is a Vietnam veteran, whose novel "The Forever War", written a few years after his discharge and influenced by his combat experiences, won both the Hugo and Nebula Awards as best novel of the year. Years later, his sequel to that memorable novel, "Forever Peace", also won the Hugo and Nebula Awards and was cited by "Publishers Weekly" as one of the Best Books of the Year. He has written many other novels, including the best-selling AWorldsA trilogy, and has served twice as President of the Science Fiction Writers of America. When not writing prize-winning and best-selling novels, he teaches writing as an adjunct professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Martin Harry Greenberg has edited more than 1,000 anthologies of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and other genres, and has become renowned for his ingenuity in developing books written around a theme, and his ability to fill them with stories of high quality. "Booklist" has written, AGreenbergAs choices are impeccable, A and "Library Journal" has praised his volumes for ASheer enjoyability . . . provokes everything from meditation to laughter.A

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