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Monsters in Our Midst (1993)

by Robert Bloch

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All in all a tame little collection with some stories being better than others, I can't say any were that outstanding or innovative. A lot of them were really predictable - the Child Killer, Taking Care of Georgie and It Takes One to Know One being the ones I can remember. The fact that I can't remember more is a pretty fair review. ( )
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The author of Psycho has collected new stories of sadists and psychopaths from seventeen authors, including Ray Bradbury, Lisa W. Cantrell, Ramsey Campbell, John Coyne, Lawrence Block, Jonathan Carroll, Ed Gorman, and Charles L. Grant.

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