books by Richard Laymon
In Laymon's Terms
Cemetery Dance Publications
This massive, oversized tribute anthology for Richard Laymon features short fiction and personal remembrances from dozens and dozens of the biggest names in horror and Laymon's biggest fans. In addition, there are almost 140 pages of "Rarities and Fan Favorites" from Richard Laymon's personal files stories, interviews, and more, including a 17 page photo album personally selected by Ann Laymon. Several of these rare pieces are scanned directly ...
Das Loch: Roman (German Edition)
Heyne Verlag, 2012
Es ist angerichtet... Nach einer höllischen Begegnung mit einem ehemaligen Mitschüler irrt die junge Pamela durch die kalifornische Wüste, bis sie von einem höchst seltsamen Busfahrer aufgelesen wird. Gleichzeitig nimmt der harmlose Student Norman zwei Anhalter mit, die sich schnell als eiskalte Psychopathen entpuppen. Alle treffen sich in einem winzigen Kaff in der Einöde, dessen Bewohner auf den ersten Blick ganz nett zu sein scheinen ...
The Best of Cemetery Dance (SIGNED)
From Kirkus Reviews Mammoth-sized roundup of the 60 best dark-fiction entries in the first 25 issues of Cemetery Dance magazine--a quarterly devoted to works of particularly dark horror, and one distinguished by the quality of its contents. Four of the stories have previously been reprinted in hardcover (including Stephen King's ``Chattery Teeth,'' one of his most amusing, and oddest, tales), though all the fiction first appeared in Cemetery ...
Skull Full of Spurs
Dark Highway Pr
The Glory Bus
Madman Stan and Other Stories
Cemetery Dance Pubns
Night in the Lonesome October
Cemetery Dance Pubns
Ed Logan is 20 years old and a sophomore at Willmington University. He's also been dumped by his girlfriend. Lonesome and broken-hearted, he decides to go for an aimless late-night walk. He doesn't know where he's headed. He doesn't know what he's going to do when he gets there. And he has absolutely no idea of the strange people he is about to meet. Like Casey, the athletic blonde who roams the streets as if she's on a mission. And then there's ...
In the Dark
Donnerville librarian Jane Kerry receives an envelope containing a 50-dollar bill and a note instructing her to "look homeward, angel" and signed "MOG (Master of Games)." So begins The Game—pushing Jane into crazy, immoral, and criminal actions. When she tries to quit, MOG has other ideas.
Darknes Tell Us
At an end-of-term college party, six students come across a Ouija board. When a spirit called Butler tells them of a fortune hidden in the mountains, they head off on a two-day hike into the wilderness, where any danger may lie in wait to cut and slice and tear them limb from limb.
The Traveling Vampire Show
The rural town of Grandville is to host The Travelling Vampire Show, featuring the only known vampire in captivity. Janks Field, where the show will take place, has been declared off-limits because of its sinister history, but there are three local teenagers who don't want to miss the performance.
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