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Rainy season / S. King — Say hello, Mister Quigley / J.M. Straczynski — Sinus fiction / G. Lamont — Emerald City blues / S.R. Boyett — Cattletruck / C. Burns — Bad guy hats / D.J. Schow — "I want to get married!" says the world's smallest man / J. Shirley — Spike Jones and Reverend Sister Claudine / R. Miller — Bob the Dinosaur goes to Disneyland / J. Lansdale — Salvation / L. Person — Rant / N.A. Collins — Blue on one end, yellow on the other / K.W. Jeter — The domino man / P. Tiso — The new order: 3 moral fictions / R.V. Branham — Murder mysteries / N. Gaiman — Heaven, heaven is a place / R.V. Branham — Where I shall dwell in the next world / H. Ellison — The River Styx runs upstream / D. Simmons — Dark embrace / J. Van Hise.

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Horsting, Jessica
Warner Books
New York :
Horror tales, American
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Warner Books ed.
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v. D, #1
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xiv, 365 p.

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