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Herbert Van Thal – Pan Horror 8

Posted by demonik on September 2, 2007

Herbert Van Thal (ed.) – The Eighth Pan Book Of Horror Stories ed. Herbert Van Thal (Pan, 1967)

Pan Horror 8

Raymond Williams – The Assassin
John D. Keefauver – The Most Precious
W. Baker-Evans – The Children
Ray Bradbury – The Illustrated Man
A.G. J Rough – Playtime
Maurice Sandoz – The Tsantsa
Dorothy K. Haynes – The Bean-Nighe
Raymond Harvey – The Tunnel
Bruce Lowery – The Growth
Frank Quinton – Lover’s Leap
Basil Copper – The Janissaries of Emilion
Raymond Williams – The Coffin Makers
Gerald Kersh – Sad Road to the Sea
Dulcie Gray – The Brindle Bull Terrier
AGJ Rough – Sugar and Spice
Rene Morris – The Computer
Martin Waddell – Suddenly – After a Good Supper
Walter Winward – The Benefactor
Charles Braunstone – Suitable Applicant
Priscilla Marron – My Dear How Dead You Look and Yet How Sweetly You Sing

See Also the Vault Of Evil Pan Horror 8 thread


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