The wine-dark sea

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Arbor House, 1988 - Fiction - 388 pages
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Widely praised and admired for his short stories, Robert Aickman wrote many pieces not previously printed in the United States. In this, his finest book to date, a large selection of his best fiction is collected.

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User Review  - gendeg - LibraryThing

Disquieting, darkly sexual, moody. I haven't read a book that had me so unsettled in quite a while. Like hearing a minor chord of music held too long in the air. Or experiencing deja-vu in the most ... Read full review

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User Review  - janerawoof - LibraryThing

Dipped into this as the mood struck me. A short story collection [30-40 pp. each story] of horror, called more exactly supernatural or "strange". Each concerns a character or characters who meet with ... Read full review


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