Dark Delicacies II: Fear

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In a second distinguished collection of twenty superb, sublimely dark tales written especially for this volume, such acknowledged contemporary masters of horror fiction as Barbara Hambly, John Farris, James Sallis, Steve Niles, Tananarive Due, L. A. Banks, and Gary Brandner serve up a veritable feast of fear. For the second time, Dark Delicacies, the world's foremost horror bookstore, lends its famous name and imprimatur to an anthology designed to please the palate of the genre's most discriminating fans. ...

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In a second distinguished collection of twenty superb, sublimely dark tales written especially for this volume, such acknowledged contemporary masters of horror fiction as Barbara Hambly, John Farris, James Sallis, Steve Niles, Tananarive Due, L. A. Banks, and Gary Brandner serve up a veritable feast of fear. For the second time, Dark Delicacies, the world's foremost horror bookstore, lends its famous name and imprimatur to an anthology designed to please the palate of the genre's most discriminating fans. Throughout, the editors — Del Howison (co-owner of Dark Delicacies) and leading horror anthologist Jeff Gelb — present perfectly crafted, freshly original horror-fiction fare that is as terrifying as it is chillingly delicious.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780786719518
  • Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/1/2007
  • Pages: 269
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Del Howison, founder of the world's most famous horror emporium and bookstore, Dark Delicacies, has used his extensive friendships in the horror field to compile this second anthology. He is an esteemed expert in the genre and has made cameo appearances in a number of horror films. Howison lives in Los Angeles.

Jeff Gelb is the leading anthologist in contemporary horror. He is the co-editor of the Hot Blood erotic horror series, which features multiple Bram Stoker award-winners. His anthologies have debuted new fiction by Stephen King, Lawrence Block, Joyce Carol Oates, Ramsey Campbell, and Brian Lumley. He lives in California.

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

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    11 of 18 - not bad!

    The inside of the book claims to have 20 stories, then another page claims to have 19, but I only counted 18 stories - of which I found 11 to be pretty good. There's something for everyone in here: a vampire, a crazy demon-dog, a creepy mausoleum, torture/experimentation, a monster brought to life, a drunk driver paying the price, a ghost, a musical instrument made from a dead girl, and one story - about a man about to get everything he wants - was so tragic, I lost sleep that night thinking about the story over and over. Also, while not a story itself, the Introduction by Del Howison was so fun to read, it made it even more exciting to move on to the stories inside the book. If only I could make a dark and stormy night on command...I am definitely intrigued to see what the first book (Dark Delicacies) holds.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 17, 2009

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    Excellent Read!

    Having read the first Dark Delicacies, I just grabbed it from the shelf when I saw it. I knew it would be great and it didn't disappoint.

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

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    11 of 18 - not bad!

    The inside of the book claims to have 20 stories, then another page claims to have 19, but I only counted 18 stories - of which I found 11 to be pretty good. There's something for everyone in here: a vampire, a crazy demon-dog, a creepy mausoleum, torture/experimentation, a monster brought to life, a drunk driver paying the price, a ghost, a musical instrument made from a dead girl, and one story - about a man about to get everything he wants - was so tragic, I lost sleep that night thinking about the story over and over. Also, while not a story itself, the Introduction by Del Howison was so fun to read, it made it even more exciting to move on to the stories inside the book. If only I could make a dark and stormy night on command...I am definitely intrigued to see what the first book (Dark Delicacies) holds.

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  • Posted August 22, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    11 of 18 - not bad!

    The inside of the book claims to have 20 stories, then another page claims to have 19, but I only counted 18 stories - of which I found 11 to be pretty good. There's something for everyone in here: a vampire, a crazy demon-dog, a creepy mausoleum, torture/experimentation, a monster brought to life, a drunk driver paying the price, a ghost, a musical instrument made from a dead girl, and one story - about a man about to get everything he wants - was so tragic, I lost sleep that night thinking about the story over and over. Also, while not a story itself, the Introduction by Del Howison was so fun to read, it made it even more exciting to move on to the stories inside the book. If only I could make a dark and stormy night on command...I am definitely intrigued to see what the first book (Dark Delicacies) holds.

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