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Old 05-27-2013, 02:15 AM   #61
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I despaired of ever finding Robert Aickman's The Wine-Dark Sea at a discount and so used a 35% coupon to buy it on Kobo just now.

Of course, the above rant is only relevant to this thread if a discount on the book should suddenly appear here and I'm forced to set fire to my own pelvis.
Had to stoop to buying real woodpulp for this one, but it's still worth the shelf space. A completely amazing work. If only the rest of Aickman's oeuvre would appear in print - digital or even paper.
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Had to stoop to buying real woodpulp for this one, but it's still worth the shelf space. A completely amazing work. If only the rest of Aickman's oeuvre would appear in print - digital or even paper.
This one's available as an ebook from both Kobo and Amazon:

Cold Hand in Mine, by Robert Aickman

Apropos of this discussion, perhaps (esp. since viewing it is free):

A short film adaptation by Stephen Gray of M.R. James's "The Haunted Dolls' House."
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Apropos of this discussion, perhaps (esp. since viewing it is free):

A short film adaptation by Stephen Gray of M.R. James's "The Haunted Dolls' House."
Although I notice it's no longer free, I picked up A.N. Donaldson's 'Prospero's Mirror' from a recommendation here and was blown away. The author channels the ghost of James to stunning effect:

http://www.amazon.com/Prosperos-Mirr...mm_kin_title_0
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Although I notice it's no longer free, I picked up A.N. Donaldson's 'Prospero's Mirror' from a recommendation here and was blown away. The author channels the ghost of James to stunning effect.
Picked that up as well. Thanks for reminding me to actually read it!
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Dangerous Red by Mehitobel Wilson is $.99 from Necro. Fourteen short stories -- 250 pages.

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Mehitobel Wilson has been publishing horror fiction since 1999. She is a Bram Stoker Award nominee, and many of her stories have been granted Honorable Mentions in the Year's Best Fantasy and Horror series.
There are two versions of this book of short stories by Richard Matheson on sale for $4.48, down from $7.99 and then $6.83 from Macmillan. As far as I can tell the only differences are the cover and title change to The Box in the 2010 version to promote the movie by that name of the title story. Previous version in 2008: Button, Button: Uncanny Stories.

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This collection of stories features "Button, Button," soon to be a major motion picture starring Cameron Diaz and James Marsden.
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Their identities are a secret. Their mission does not exist. There is no one they can trust…not even the one man pulling the strings.

A trio of uniquely talented CIA operatives, their mission to explain the inexplicable: to debunk the work of psychic tricksters, magicians and frauds whose calculated deceptions pose a serious threat to security and the national psyche. But the strange disappearance of an artist in New York , coupled with the discovery of elevn charred bodies in an Adirondack mountain lodge – corpses that forensic evidence indicates are centuries old – suggest to agents Laika Harris, Tony Luciano, and Joseph Stein that there is more to their assignment than they've been led to believe, that the truth they seek is rooted in a conspiracy that stretches back countless millennia and is centered around the release of the most powerful prisoner the world has ever known – a conspiracy that could shatter every belief about the origin of man…and God.
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For those who don't mind paying $10 for an e-book, Ash-Tree Press' e-book edition of A Pleasing Terror: The Complete Supernatural Writings is the one to get. . . . But since the print edition is long out of print and costs hundreds of dollars secondhand, the e-book is really a bargain even at $10. A Pleasing Terror is available for Kindle, or direct from the publisher in EPUB and PRC.
Since I prefer the epub format, and have since read good reviews of that particular version of the collection, I bought Pleasing Terror directly from the publisher the day before yesterday. Despite receiving automatic replies from both Ash-Tree Press and Paypal confirming that my transaction was completed successfully, I haven't yet received a link to a downloadable copy of the book or the book as an attached file.

I've emailed the publisher and also left a voice message, but neither has been answered. It was only after rereading the purchase page that I learned "eBook files are delivered to you by email as soon as possible following receipt of payment advice from Paypal."

Even so, in lieu of any status update whatsoever, I did wonder briefly whether I'd reached URL equivalent of a forsaken retail grave. I can see Thomas Ligotti writing a piece about the systematic deterioration of its abandoned DHTML ("SEPTEMBER 2010: END OF SUMMER BARGAINS!").

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When I've ordered e-books direct from them in the past they've usually e-mailed them as attached files within 24 hours. Let me know if too much longer passes without a reply; I'm a member of a ghost-story e-mail list run by the operators of Ash-Tree Press, so I can also nudge them there if necessary.
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When I've ordered e-books direct from them in the past they've usually e-mailed them as attached files within 24 hours. Let me know if too much longer passes without a reply; I'm a member of a ghost-story e-mail list run by the operators of Ash-Tree Press, so I can also nudge them there if necessary.
Brendan:

Thanks so much for the support! I received a note from the editor/publisher this afternoon offering an apology for the delay (due to an outage, apparently) and the book as an attached file. Thanks tons for recommending it; despite the occasional typo, it's lovingly and authoritatively edited, extras-engorged and satisfying to read. Whereas the M.R. James Megapack was so inattentively edited and baldly formatted that I actually found it demoralizing. For a few scant moments, I wondered why I read ebooks at all.

Then *A Pleasing Terror* reminded me.
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Six from E-Reads by Ray Garton reduced from $4.99 to $3.82.

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When brutal killings leave victims partially eaten in the northern California coastal town of Big Rock, Sheriff Arlin Hurley scoffs at the talk of werewolves...until a tuft of wolf’s fur is found on a victim. It soon becomes clear that whatever is responsible for the killings, it’s not alone. There are more than one. And they are doing something much worse than killing and eating people.

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Can the remaining band of humans fight back? Are there enough left to stop the trail of terror? Were there ever enough? This gut-wrenching follow-up to RAVENOUS by Grand Master of Horror Ray Garton will have you too scared to turn the page...or too scared to stop, if only to seek refuge in its shocking end.
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The new neighbor is not interested in borrowing a cup of sugar or using your weed-whacker. She’s more interested in your soul.

In Ray Garton’s legendary erotic horror novel THE NEW NEIGHBOR, sex isn’t just for pleasure anymore.

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The Lord led the righteous to Heaven and left Hell to literally open up on Earth. And Hell is spreading like an infection. Unfortunately it’s inside that infection where Geoffrey has to go in search of answers, the most important being: Why wasn't he taken?

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Geoffrey must face the worst that Hell can throw at him as he sets out on an epic journey taking him through The Garden, The Cavern of God's Silence, the Island of Wails and more as the answers to all of Geoffrey's questions reveal themselves and at the end of his journey his final revelation can have the power to change the world…if he's man enough to pull the trigger.

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Gary Brandner (The Howling, Cameron's Closet) books $.99 each as the horror genre part of the Prologue Books sale. He also writes suspense.

These are the horror ones:

http://www.prologuebooks.com/books/horror

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Gary Brandner (The Howling, Cameron's Closet) books $.99 each as the horror genre part of the Prologue Books sale. He also writes suspense.

These are the horror ones:

http://www.prologuebooks.com/books/horror
Thanks picked up most of his horror books.
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