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Flowers from the Moon and Other Lunacies (1998)

by Robert Bloch

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I am pleased to dedicate this collection to my good and faithful friend Chuck Garofalo, on whom more than a little of Robert Bloch's writing spirit rests.
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All Robert Bloch's stories, as unconnected as they may be, are based on the fundamental fact that the word "Yuk" has two meanings.
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This volume of Robert Bloch's macabre stories is an unexpected treasure for several reasons. It is the first posthumous collection since the author's death in 1994, and it brings together many of his early stories from the legendary pages of Weird Tales and Strange Stories, which have never been anthologized before.
The stories display Bloch's easy narrative command, his sparkling humor and imagination --- and his unerring sense of the horrifying!
In them you will discover the dark secrets of voodoo and vampirism, pagan altars and alter egos, shades of meaning and devouring shadows, including four stories of the Cthulhu Mythos created by H. P. Lovecraft.
From horror to heroic fantasy to science fiction, these long lost classics from Bloch's early pulp fiction writing days are guaranteed to thrill and chill you at every turn of the page.
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