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Grim Tales (Novel(La))
by Norman Lock
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"Grim Tales is a mythological catalog of the peculiar, a string of strange, often murderous urban myths. It comes on fast and dirty, micro-moments on micro-moments, each wasting no time in lunging at the throat." --Blake Butler
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)813.54 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 20th Century 1945-1999
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This is a collection of small horrors. One might shelve it with Kosinski's [b:Steps|18464|Steps|Jerzy Kosiński|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1166928514s/18464.jpg|1081162], but the two would only be distant cousins. Mainly shorts, paragraph-length blinks, often of the contents' own terrible endings. I wouldn't call GRIM TALES flash fiction, necessarily, as these seem to crag from each other, but the classification isn't what's important anyway. Norman Lock can write. Here's an excerpt from GRIM TALES. Here's some other Lock. If you just click away from me to Lock, I won't have to convince you to like Lock. So go.
Not only do I emphatically recommend this book, I suggest you spend the $40 to get everything Mud Luscious puts out this year. ( )