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Panther Horror Paperbacks 60’s & 70’s

Michael Sissons [ed] – In The Dead of Night (1964)

Posted by demonik on June 21, 2020

Michael Sissons [ed] – In The Dead of Night (Panther, 1964)

Charles Beaumont – The Hunger
J. B. Priestly – The Grey Ones
Nigel Balchin – The Master
John Gloag – Lady Without Appetite
Evelyn Waugh – Mr. Loveday’s little Outing
Ray Bradbury – The Small Assassin
John Collier – Little Memento
Wilbur Daniel Steele – Blue Murder
Margery Sharp – The Portrait
Marc Brandel – Cast The First Shadow
Gerald Bullett – Dearth’s Farm
James Webb – The Curt Little Mouth In The Brain
John Moore – The Proof
Richard Matheson – Crickets
V. C. Pritchett – A Story Of Don Juan
Margaret Irwin – The Book
C. S. Forester – The Turn Of The Tide

Blurb:

A SPINE-CHILLING COLLECTION OF THE EERIE THE SINISTER THE MACABRE
The most glittering array of names ever drawn together for such a sinister purpose – to frighten you out of your sleep with accounts of the fiendish and fantastic, the subtly beastly and the terrifyingly uncanny …

 

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Frank Crisp – The Night Callers

Posted by demonik on February 17, 2020

Frank Crisp – The Night Callers (Panther, Oct. 1961: originally John Long, 1960)

Blurb
ONE BY ONE THE VICTIMS VANISHED
When suburban homes are entered at night without reason and offices are secretly investigated — and when attractive young women vanish without trace one after another in identical circumstances — even Scotland Yard find it difficult to take a rational view of the situation.

These are the sinister circumstances of this spine-chilling story of a desperate struggle for man’s survival with the kidnappers from space.

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August Derleth – Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos

Posted by demonik on July 24, 2017

August Derleth (ed.) – H. P. Lovecraft & Others: Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos Vol. 1 (Panther, 1975)

 

Bruce Pennington

August Derleth – Beyond the Threshold
Robert E Howard – The Black Stone
H P Lovecraft – The Call of Cthulhu
August Derleth – The Dweller in Darkness
J Vernon Shea – The Haunter of the Graveyard
Frank Belknap Long – The Hounds of Tindalos
Clark Ashton Smith – The Return of the Sorcerer
Henry Kuttner – The Salem Horror
Frank Belknap Long – The Space-Eaters
Clark Ashton Smith – Ubbo-Sathla

August Derleth (ed.) – H. P. Lovecraft & Others: Tales Of The Cthulhu Mythos Vol. 2 (Panther, 1975)

Robert Bloch – The Shambler From The Stars
H. P. Lovecraft – The Haunter Of The Dark
Robert Bloch – The Shadow From The Steeple
Robert Bloch – Notebook Found In A Deserted House
Ramsey Campbell – Cold Print
Brian Lumley – The Sister City
Brian Lumley – Cement Surroundings
James Wade – The Deep Ones
Colin Wilson – The Return Of The Lloigor

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Stephen Gilbert – Willard

Posted by demonik on May 28, 2012

Stephen Gilbert – Willard (Panther, 1971)

Blurb
Rats — one of Man’s deadliest enemies. They can outbreed him. Kill him with the plagues they carry. Strip the flesh from human bones with their needle-sharp teeth and claws. No wonder the hero of George Orwell’s classic 1984 found contact with rats the ultimate torture.

But if there was a man who didn’t find rats repugnant . . . if, on the contrary, he had such power over them that he could lead them on.a campaign of escalating revenge against those humans he hated — then the world would see such a mind-wrenching horror as it had never seen before. WILLARD is the story of just such a man. And just such a horror …

What they said about the film is doubly true of the book:
‘Makes Hitchcock’s The Birds look like a stroll through the park’ -KING FEATURES SYNDICATE
‘One of the more terrifying, deliciously scary thrillers’ – NEW YORK MAGAZINE

CINERAMA Releasing presents WILLARD
Starring BRUCE DAVISON, SONDRA LOCKE, ELSA LANCHESTER and ERNEST BORGNINE as Martin
Produced by Mort Briskin, it is A BCP Production in Colour Directed by Daniel Mann[/color]

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