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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).
We were talking about Richard Matheson when planning Tabloid Purposes IV – Richard Matheson I learned from reading him, H. P. Read morePublished 2 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 3 months ago by dana brownstein
"Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" offers a generous collection of twenty spooky stories, led by the title story. Read morePublished 3 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 6 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 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
I’ve read several of his novels and wanted to see what his short stories were all about. Most of this collection is really good. Read morePublished 7 months ago by JayL73
Richard Matheson writes in such a way that when you start reading his short stories , you have to finish reading to the end and even after you finished reading that story becomes... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew J Saxon
Matheson was the best writer of urban horror and fantasy, period. Better than Bradbury, even. In my opinion. Read morePublished 8 months ago by R. Rubin
Only problem: The short story "Duel" isn't in here. I was really hoping that it would be. . . . .Published 9 months ago by Dave