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)
Imprisoned With The Pharaohs
The Horror At Red Hook
The Strange High House In The Mist
In The Walls Of Eryx
The Evil Clergyman
The Beast In The Cave
Poetry And The Gods
The Transition Of Juan Romero
The Thing In The Moonlight
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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