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All-American Horror of the 21st Century: The First Decade 2000-2010 Paperback – October 30, 2013
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Mort Castle is a critically acclaimed author of seven novels, four fiction collections, and over 500 short stories. Castle edited On Writing Horror, the essential reference work for authors in the dark genre.
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Endearing - Sam Weller's "Live Forever!"
Mischievous - John Everson's "The Pumpkin Man"
Relevant - Jay Bonansinga's "Stegal's Barber Shoppe and Smoke Emporium"
Relatable - Thomas F. Monteleone's "How Sweet It Was"
Hypnotic - Sarah Langan's "The Secrets of the Living"
Fun - Bently Little's "The Station"
The genre lends itself to the short story and the short stories gathered here are the finest kind. Mort Castle has chosen wisely, for they are appealing - to the spine.