Shivers III

Format: Print Book 2004
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Underneath / Kealan Patrick Burke
Horn of plenty / Thomas F. Monteleone
Becoming men / Douglas Clegg
Flip flap / Elizabeth Massie
Itsy bitsy spider / Meggan C. Wilson & F. Paul Wilson
$t Question of doves : A Brackard's point story / Geoff Cooper
Hedges / Al Sarrantonio
This, and that's the end of it / Tom Piccirilli
Pantheon version 2.0 / Brian Keene & Michael T. Huyck Jr.
Celebrate with us / Paul Melniczek
Lingering scent of brimstone / J. F. Gonzalez
Run away / Wrath James White
Initiation / David G. Barnett
End of the line / Micahel Laimo
Please let me out / Edward Lee
What they left behind / Brian Freeman
Hole / John Maclay
This house is not my home / Robert Morrish.

Published Reviews
Publisher's Weekly Review: "With this third compilation of new and reprinted horror stories, Chizmar (Shivers II) establishes the Shivers series as the first nonretrospective horror annual in nearly a decade. There are selections to satisfy all tastes in terror, ranging from Meggan C. Wilson and F. Paul Wilson's "Itsy Bitsy Spider...," a giant spider infestation tale with overtones of 1950s B-movies, to Kealan Patrick Burke's "Underneath," a psychological suspenser spun from teenage angst. Thomas F. Monteleone's "Horn of Plenty," about a musical instrument that preys vampirically on a jazz musician, is a gracefully subtle dark fantasy at the opposite extreme from Edward Lee's "Please Let Me Out," a shamelessly puerile romp of erotic horror. There are highlights of both supernatural and nonsupernatural horror, including Tom Piccirilli's "This, and That's the End of It," a haunting afterlife fantasy fueled by powerful expressions of grief and loss, and Douglas Clegg's "Becoming Men," which evokes The Lord of the Flies in its gripping depiction of juveniles in revolt against authorities at a tough-love disciplinary boot camp. In contrast to previous volumes, this one leans more heavily on reprints, which represent most of the book's best selections. Nevertheless, the core horror audience for whom this anthology is intended will appreciate a series that has become as dependable for horror as Halloween. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Subjects Horror tales, American.
Publisher Baltimore, MD :Cemetery Dance,2004
Edition 1st ed.
Other Titles Shivers three
Contributors Chizmar, Richard T.
Language English
Description 235 pages ; 22 cm
ISBN 1587671174 (pbk.)
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