Haunted: tales of the grotesque
Each of the sixteen stories collected here bears the unmistakable stamp of Joyce Carol Oates. Like its classic antecedents--most notably Poe's Tales of the Grotesque--this collection offers not sensationalized fantasy but a nightmare vision of horror that is not only intellectual and visceral, but true.
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