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Monster Gallery by Chris Bartholomew
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Monster Gallery

by Chris Bartholomew

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Each of the 93 tales of terror focus on a monster of some kind, ranging from the traditional vampires and werewolves to new creations like a man-eating tunnel or from where restaurants actually get those wines you drink. A few of the authors even take something traditionally non-scary and turn the tables, such as with one of Santa's elves or a lonely cat waiting for someone to come home.

They're perfect little tidbits, just enough to keep you on the edge of your seat and wanting more. ( )
  ocgreg34 | Dec 18, 2011 |
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Liquid pain in the form of blood ran down her finger to her dress.
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Monsters are everywhere; and in this collection of short, sharp, shocks... you can find them knocking at your graveyard door! -John Everson, author of THE PUMPKIN MAN

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