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H. P. Lovecraft – The Tomb And Other Tales

Posted by demonik on August 19, 2007

H. P. Lovecraft – The Tomb And Other Tales (Panther, 1969)

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The Tomb
The Festival
Imprisoned With The Pharaohs
He
The Horror At Red Hook
The Strange High House In The Mist
In The Walls Of Eryx
The Evil Clergyman

Early Tales

The Beast In The Cave
The Alchemist
Poetry And The Gods
The Street
The Transition Of Juan Romero

Fragments

Azathoth
The Descendant
The Book
The Thing In The Moonlight

Complete Chronology

Are YOU ready to enter the Tomb?

In a dank wooded hollow stands the Tomb, excavated far back into the hillside. Its portals are slabs of granite, its door a ponderous and forbidding slab of stone which hangs upon rusted hinges, fastened ajar in a queerly sinister way with heavy iron chains and padlocks. One man has the key that will open the tomb wide. One man will face the nameless horrors within. You can follow him inside — if you dare …

H. P. Lovecraft
The world’s greatest master of heart-stopping, mind-spinning supernatural horror, weaves his chilling spells of fascination in this superb collection of tales, each one a polished black jewel of ultimate terror.

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H. P. Lovecraft – The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward

Posted by demonik on August 19, 2007

H. P. Lovecraft – The Case Of Charles Dexter Ward (Panther, 1963, 1969, 1970)

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Cover illustration to 1970 edition by Stanley Mouse

A NAMELESS TERROR CROSSED THE CENTURIES …

… and engulfed the soul of Charles Dexter Ward, a brilliant young New England antiquarian. Evil spirits, dark gods whose memory lived on in half-understood legends and fear-stricken superstitious whispers lurked in the vile catacombs beneath the surface of a blighted land. It was these loathsome horrors whom Ward was driven to loose on a defenceless world—driven by the all-powerful shade of a dead ancestor who had mastered the blackest arts of magic. Now Ward too needed knowledge of these dark mysteries. To get it, he had to pay in blood. Human blood.

H. P. LOVECRAFT the 20th Century’s undisputed master of the horror story, wrote only one full-length novel. This is it.

‘Among the best fiction of H. P. Lovecraft’ – August Derleth

1963 edition

1963 edition

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H. P. Lovecraft with August Derleth – The Lurker At The Threshold

Posted by demonik on August 19, 2007

H. P. Lovecraft with August Derleth – The Lurker At The Threshold (Panther, 1970: 1973)

Lovecraft & Derleth Lurker At Threshold

Cover illustration by Gino D’Achille

An ancient evil was about to be unleashed

Ambrose Dewart was the last lineal descendant of the Billington family. So it was natural that he should come to the legend-shrouded town of Arkham, Massachusetts, to take up residence in the old family mansion in Billington’s Wood— even though the house had stood empty and shunned for over a hundred years.

Dewart found a rich legacy of disturbing features awaiting him: an ancient tower surrounded by a ring of stones in the forest, a strangely disquieting window of coloured
glass which offered glimpses into some weird dimension of horror, a library of dark and secret lore — and family legends involving mysterious rites, ghastly deaths and
disappearances, and the conjuration of vile, age-old Powers from beyond space and time.

Most frightening of all, Dewart found his arrival had brought these horrors to life again.
And the Lurker was once more preparing to cross the Threshold…

H. P. LOVECRAFT and August Derleth, two of this century’s foremost masters of the macabre, have created a chilling novel of ultimate evil that is sure to grip the reader’s soul in a fist of ice.

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Uncredited cover art for Panther 1973 edition

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Robert Bloch – The Opener Of The Way

Posted by demonik on August 13, 2007

Robert Bloch – The Opener Of The Way (Panther, 1976)

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 Cover: Anthony Roberts

By Way Of Introduction

The Opener Of The Way
The Cloak
Beetles
The Fiddler’s Fee
The Mannikin
The Strange Flight Of Richard Clayton
Yours Truly, Jack The Ripper
The Seal Of The Satyr
The Dark Demon
The Faceless God

The publishers regret to announce that there is no blurb to inform prospective readers about the contents of The Opener Of The Way. Unfortunately the person designated to write the blurb was found dead after reading the book, having apparently suffered some mysterious kind of severe shock …

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