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Murgunstrumm & Others | [Hugh B. Cave]

Murgunstrumm & Others

Crawling forth from the Depression years - from the haunted pages of Strange Tales, Weird Tales, Ghost Stories, Spicy Mystery Stories, Black Book Detective, and elsewhere - Wildside presents an omnibus of vintage nightmares, twenty-six of the best horror tales of Hugh B. Cave.
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Publisher's Summary

Long before he became the author of polished romances for the slick magazines, of best-seller novels and firsthand-researched travel books, Hugh B. Cave wrote some of the most grisly and chilling horror stories every to appear in the pulps. Crawling forth from the Depression years - from the haunted pages of Strange Tales, Weird Tales, Ghost Stories, Spicy Mystery Stories, Black Book Detective, and elsewhere - Wildside presents an omnibus of vintage nightmares, twenty-six of the best horror tales of Hugh B. Cave.

This will be a Crossroad Press production.

©1977 The Hugh B. Cave Irrevocable Literary Trust - Joe Testa Trustee (P)2013 David N. Wilson

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