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Shroud 3: The Journal of Dark Fiction and Art

by Joseph D'Lacey

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0980187060, Paperback)

A lively assortment of modern dark literature for the discerning reader brought to you by Tim Deal. This is volume 3 of a multi-volume set of journals. With terrifying and thrilling stories from Joseph D'Lacey, JG Faherty, Shaun Jeffrey, Joseph McGee, Sheldon S. Higdon, Tina L. Jens, Rob Davies, Phil Kuhlman, Ken Goldman, D. Harlan Wilson; an interview of Michael Marshal Smith; gut-wrenching art from Bart Willard; reviews by I.E. Lester and Chris Welch; a preview of Dario Argento's MOTHER OF TEARS-- the conclusion to his startling trilogy of horror.

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