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Included in this collection are twenty of Richard Matheson's best tales of horror.
Besides his talent to create fantastic horror scenarios and true suspense, he also can leave you thinking at the end of the story.
Most of the stories will get a rise out of you, and some will absolutely thrill you and leave you wanting more (in a good way).
I am a Matheson fan and first read this compilation of short stories when it first came out (it was published in 2002 and I probably read it about then). Read morePublished 4 days ago by Cheryl Stout
Great collection for sci-fi fans and those who want to learn short story writing.Published 24 days ago by M. A. Cooperstein
It has taken me way too many years to get around to reading Richard Matheson, everytime I would try to search for great horror I had not read his name would come up,and I knew he... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brandon
I find the writing style of this author slightly difficult to read. I can't explain it, really, but the only story that "flowed" for me was the namesake of the cover. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dave
We were talking about Richard Matheson when planning Tabloid Purposes IV – Richard Matheson I learned from reading him, H. P. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nickolaus A. Pacione
This book is a good time, and a nice break if you're into heavy reading otherwise. Also, Masters of Horror took "Dance of the Dead" and turned it into a 1-hour, made for... Read morePublished 8 months ago by brownsteindl
"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" offers a generous collection of twenty spooky stories, led by the title story. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cynthia
Matheson is the master of Amercian horror. His fiction has inspired movies and televisions shows, and he was a writer for the "Twilight Zone" television series himself.Published 11 months ago by Dwayne
If you like novels by Richard Matheson, you'll find these short stories interesting. There are classic stories such as "Nightmare at 20,000 feet" and "Prey".Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer