- Author:Robert Bloch
- Publisher:Mysterious Press; 1st edition (1977)
- Pages:202 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
- FB2 format1160 kb
- ePUB format1307 kb
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The King of Terrors book.
The King of Terrors book.
tales of madness and death. Published 1978 by Hale in London. American Horror tales, English Short stories, Horror tales, American, Short stories, English.
Robert Bloch, the master of the tale of psychological terror, has often turned to the subject of psychopathology. MURDER BY THE BOOK is now in it's 35th year. When in Rhode Island come by and stop in for a visit. Here, collected for the first time, is the story he later expanded to the classic "Psycho", with 13 other chilling tales on a similar theme. the introduction, written especially for this volume, reveals his fascination with the duel dreads of madness and death. We are less than 1/2 mile from the airport. HOURS: Appointment Only. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: All items subject to prior sale. All prices subject to change.
Robert Maguire, by Robert Bloch. A cover gallery for Vintage Books. A selection of classic paperback book covers from the through A general overview of. Horror-7 by Robert Bloch. Jack Finney Ramsey Campbell James Herbert Dan Simmons Robert Bloch Harlan Ellison Jane Yolen Michael Moorcock Dean Koontz.
1977 – The King of Terrors: Tales of Madness and Death.
Robert Bloch has become one with his fictional counterpart Ludvig Prinn . Robert Bloch, the creator of Psycho, takes you into the inner recesses of the mind of a madman
Robert Bloch has become one with his fictional counterpart Ludvig Prinn: future generations of readers will know him as an eldritch name hovering over a body of nightmare texts. Robert Bloch, the creator of Psycho, takes you into the inner recesses of the mind of a madman. A man bent on revenge that comes out of the night, grabbing its victims by the throat and giving no quarter.
An Original Gold Medal Collection. ONCE upon a time there was a sane scientist who had an ugly daughter. The scientist’s name was Dr. Angus Welk, and in the Anthropology Department of a large eastern university he was the brachycephalic head. He was, naturally, a staunch believer in the physical sciences. At the same time, he detested anything abstract. He had a particular hatred for that branch of scientific investigation known as parapsychology-the investigation of extrasensory perception and psychokinesis
Robert Bloch (b. 1917) began his writing career as a teenager in 1935. While his early work was deeply influenced by the style and concepts of his mentor, . The king of terrors : tales of madness and death.
Robert Bloch (b. Lovecraft, it did not take him very long to develop his own literary voice Bitter Ends.