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Series: The Richard Laymon Collection

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The Richard Laymon Collection: The Beast House Trilogy by Richard Laymon1
The Richard Laymon Collection: Woods Are Dark and Out Are the Lights v. 2 by Richard Laymon2
The Richard Laymon Collection: Night Show and Allhallow's Eve v. 3 by Richard Laymon3
The Richard Laymon Collection: Beware! and Dark Mountain v. 4 by Richard Laymon4
The Richard Laymon Collection: Flesh and Resurrection Dreams v. 5 by Richard Laymon5
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Funland" AND "Stake" v. 6 by Richard Laymon6
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Darkness Tell Us" AND "One Rainy Night" v. 7 by Richard Laymon7
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Alarums" AND "Blood Games" v. 8 by Richard Laymon8
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Endless Night" AND "Midnight's Lair" v. 9 by Richard Laymon9
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Savage" AND "In the Dark" v. 10 by Richard Laymon10
The Richard Laymon Collection: "Island" AND "Quake" v. 11 by Richard Laymon11
The Richard Laymon Collection: Among the Missing and Come Out Tonight v. 14 by Richard Laymon14

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Series description

A series of 16 omnibuses of Richard Laymon's work. Each collection presents two (or more) Richard Laymon novels/short story collections.

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