Dark Arrows: Great Stories of Revenge
C.N. Potter, 1987 - Revenge - 314 pages
Third in a series of brilliant anthologies edited by Alberto Manguel, Dark Arrows explores the subject of revenge and its undeniable satisfaction, from subtle, sweet revenge to annihilating retaliation. Previously announced in September Advance.
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