Phobic: Modern Horror Stories
Comma Press, 2007 - Fiction - 206 pages
Britain’s leading contemporary authors experiment with the horror genre in this anthology of chilling short stories. Contributors including Hanif Kureishi, Frank Cottrel Boyce, and Ramsey Campbell expose the dark areas that lie beneath modern life with alarming results as internet chat rooms revive ancient curses and children’s TV characters acquire lives of their own.
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