Hark! the herald angels scream / edited by Christopher Golden.
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- ISBN: 9780525433163
- ISBN: 0525433163
- Physical Description: viii, 370 pages ; 20 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Blumhouse Books/Anchor Books, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, 
- Copyright: ©2018
"A Blumhouse Books/Anchor Books original"--Title page verso.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Absinthe & angels by Kelley Armstrong -- Christmas in Barcelona by Scott Smith -- Fresh as the new-fallen snow by Seanan McGuire -- Love me by Thomas E. Sniegoski -- Not just for Christmas by Sarah Lotz -- Tenets by Josh Malerman -- Good deeds by Jeff Strand -- It's a wonderful knife by Christopher Golden -- Mistletoe and holly by James A. Moore -- Snake's tail by Sarah Langan -- The second floor of the Christmas hotel by Joe R. Lansdale -- Farrow Street by Elizabeth Hand -- Doctor Velocity: a story of the fire zone by Jonathan Maberry -- Yankee swap by John M. McIlveen -- Honor thy mother by Angela Slatter -- Home by Tim Lebbon -- Hiking through by Michael Koryta -- The hangman's bride by Sarah Pinborou.
From chained ghosts to blood-soaked Santas, the tradition of Christmas horror stretches from Dicken's "A Christmas Carol" on up to the controversial, "Silent Night, Deadly Night" and "Gremlins." "Hark! The Herald Angels Scream" dives deep into the dark side of the season with tales of commercialism and desire run amok, of hauntings and ghostly revenge, and of pure terror. Christmas, not Halloween, is horror's most fertile realm, as seen in the eighteen original, harrowing, and chilling stories collected here.
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|Subject:||Horror tales, American
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