The last call of mourning

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Doubleday, Aug 1, 1979 - Fiction - 179 pages
2 Reviews
Returning to her home in Oxrun Station to find her family considerably changed and the town noticeably quieter, Cynthia Yarrow begins to be followed by the Greybeast and discovers an awful secret

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User Review  - Kevin Lucia - Goodreads

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Found this in an old box of my stuff at my parents' Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1979)

Charles Grant has won three World Fantasy Awards, two Nebula Awards, and a Life Achievement Award from the British Fantasy Society, and been named a Grand Master of Horror, all for his contributions to the genres of horror and dark fantasy as both writer and editor. Editor of the award-winning "Shadows" anthology series and of the shared-world anthology series that began with "Greystone Bay," Grant has written several bestselling novels, including "The X-Files: Whirlwind, The X-Files: Goblins, "and" The Pet," Other novels include "Jackals, Raven, The Nestling," and volumes in the "Millennium Quartet," which begins with "Symphony,"
Using pseudonyms, including Timothy Boggs, Lionel Fenn, and Geoffrey Marsh, Grant writes humorous fantasy, action-adventure, and occasionally science fiction. Grant and his wife, author/editor Kathryn Ptacek, live in New Jersey.

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