The wine-dark sea

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Arbor House, 1988 - Fiction - 388 pages
41 Reviews
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  - Ben - Goodreads

Powerfully strange stuff. Lonely people in increasingly unsettling situations seem to be Aickman's specialty, but he also excels at frequently steering his stories toward destinations you aren't quite expecting. 4.5 stars. Read full review

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User Review  - Andy - Goodreads

This is the third Aickman collection I've read, and like the others, this gets 5 stars. The stories here seem longer than the other two collections I've read and I think that works well for Aickman's ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction by Peter Straub
7
Your Tiny Hand Is Frozen
79
Never Visit Venice
213
Copyright

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