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Ghost Quartet  $14.99 
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THE GHOST QUARTET.

Edited by Marvin Kay.

Featuring:

  • Brian Lumley - Place of Waiting.

  • Orson Scott Card - Hamlets Father.

  • Marvin Kaye - The Haunted Single Malt.
  • Tanith Lee - “Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata.”

    REVIEW: All four tales showcase the authors at the peak of their narrative powers and make for satisfyingly spine-tingling reading on a stormy night. --Carl Hays, Booklist.

    OVERVIEW: Do you believe in ghosts?

    You will after reading these original short novels from four of today’s best writers of the fantastic.

    Brian Lumley, a Grand Master of Horror and author of the popular Necroscope series, opens the collection with the tense “A Place of Waiting.” The moors of Devon, England, are home to many ghosts, but none as fearsome as the red-eyed specter that refuses to accept his death. His only chance of release, however, comes at a terrible cost.

    Orson Scott Card puts a new spin on one of literature’s most famous ghosts in “Hamlet’s Father.” What if the former King of Denmark was not killed by his treacherous brother for his crown, but by someone entirely unexpected as punishment for the darkest of crimes? Would his troubled son still seek revenge?

    The patrons of an Edinburgh tavern are introduced to a beverage with an unusual history in “The Haunted Single Malt” by Marvin Kaye, a clever and spooky story about ghost stories and the people who love them.

    Tanith Lee offers “Strindberg’s Ghost Sonata,” a chilling tale set in an alternate Russia. When a poor man is rescued from certain death by hospitable strangers, he discovers that he is not a guest in their haunted tenement building--he is a prisoner destined to become a sacrifice.

    Sept. 1, 2009, Tor trade paperback, 304 pages. New.

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