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Claimed: The Classic of Supernatural Horror
Horror Classic of an Ancient God's Vengence! When a young woman's grasping billionaire uncle unearths a centuries old box from Atlantis containing the magical secrets of the ancient God of the Sea, she finds herself a pawn in the struggle between her uncle and the legendary but-all-too-real Poseidon. For the Sea God is determined to either regain the box--or claim her as his bride! A young doctor resolves to stand by her against this dark peril; but how can he protect her, when the sea can invad... more info>>
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Nightmare! A Tale of Waking Terror
CLASSIC HORROR NOVEL FIRST TIME IN BOOK FORM! First published in 1916, this debut novel of terror launched the career of Francis Stevens (aka Gertrude Barrows Bennett), the grandmistress of horror, author of Possessed! Citadel of Fear, Claimed!, and other classic novels of terror. Nightmare! was never reprinted in book form due to the author's untimely death. Horror master H. P. hailed Francis Stevens as among "the top grade of horror writers." In Nightmare!, writes historian-critic Sam Moskowit... more info>>
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Possessed: A Tale of the Demon Serapion
The Grandmistress of Horror! Move over Dean Koontz and Anne Rice, the Grandmistress of Horror is back in print at last, with her supreme novel of psychological terror! "Francis Stevens" (Gertrude Barrows Bennett) was the greatest woman writer of horror between Mary Shelly and Anne Rice," Sam Moskwitz. This unnerving classic tells the chilling tale of a normal young man tempted to theft, murder and betrayal when he becomes the unwilling tool of an evil spirit from beyond the grave. Author-critic ... more info>>
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The Citadel of Fear: The Classic of Dark Fantasy
"Wonderful and tragic allegory--amazing and thrilling scenes ... masterful--huge mystery, gigantic tragedy, and original and extraordinary situations?" so raved H. P. Lovecraft when The Citadel of Fear first appeared. Here is one of the greatest of all classics of dark fantasy, a gorgeously written and imaginatively conceived masterpiece by the mysterious woman author who wrote as Francis Stevens. Talapallan, lost city of the ancient Aztecs, still survives in, hidden safely in an eerie undergrou... more info>>
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The Heads of Cerberus: The First Alternate Worlds Novel
"A MUCH SOUGHT RARITY"--ANALOG Published only once in book form a half-century ago in a collector's edition of 1500 copies, this great science-fantasy sells for more than $100 today. Written by the woman whose pseudonym was Francis Stevens, it has been hailed as the first alternate history novel. . As always with her richly written work, there is more than a dash of feminism and romance, along with engaging characterizations, imagination, and terror. Fantasy master H. P. Lovecraft hailed Francis... more info>>
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