Clarence "Tod" Robbins is best known for his short tales of the bizarre. However, his talent was not confined solely to human oddities and deranged criminals. This collection attempts to give the reader a full overview of his work.
This book contains the most complete biography of Tod Robbins to date, as well as an anthology of his work. In addition to the biography, this collection contains three novels, one novella, three short stories, and one book of poetry by Tod Robbins. There is also a complete bibliography of all of Robbins' known works.
The anthology contains:
Silent, White And Beautiful
For Art�s Sake
The Unholy Three
Who Wants A Green Bottle?
Wild Wullie The Waster
The Scales Of Justice And Other Poems
The Spirit Of The Town
Red Of Surley
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About the Author
Osie Turner is a writer, blogger, and photographer. He is a Las Vegas native who has studied world religions and collects arcane and rare books. His collection primarily focuses on weird fiction, religion, occult-related selections, and a shelf exclusively devoted to early American and British Jewish books. Turner is a devout Francophile and cat lover.
He founded The Forlorn Press to revive forgotten classics and make them available to the modern reader. All titles offered by The Forlorn Press are enhanced with additional details of the stories' publication histories, original author's biographies, and any other interesting tidbits uncovered during research.