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Posted February 6, 2005
Very intriguing tales from a very articulate writer. Smith's works desreve more attention. I must admit that I was in fact drawn to this book by its cover. I mean, 'what a cover!' Like the talented sculptor, Blaise Reynard, in Smith's tale Rich DiSilvio's cover art brings vividly to life this demonic stone-carved gargoyle that, although pearched high atop the catherdal, comes to life at night to swoop down and terrorize the French town of Vyones. But as the title suggests there are 'other stories' here! Others even better than the main feature. This book offers a very nice collection of several haunting tales... sure to keep you nestled in a dark corner of your house on a stormy night...filled with strange and eerie delight.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.