Set in Hollywood during the Great Depression, The Day of the Locust depicts the estrangement and fears of a varied group who exist at the margins of the movie business, tensions exploding at the end with a riot during a film premiere.
From Elmore Leonard, the author who has influenced more writers than any other, comes a collection of the stories that launched his phenomenal career....
"Great, but not the "complete" western stories"
With explosive new revelations concerning the "National Security Matter" that led to the cover-up of her murder, The Last Days of Marilyn Monroe is a fascinating and riveting account of one of the most shocking crimes of the century. Donald H. Wolfe meticulously chronicles her final days, names the killer, documents the mode of death, and identifies those who orchestrated the cover-up.
This collection of classic horror stories is sure to give you goose bumps, raise the hair on the back of your neck, and put some fright in your night. Includes Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper by Robert Bloch, Coin of the Realm by Charles L. Grant, Something Had to be Done by David Drake, The Graveyard Rats by Henry Kuttner, The Small Assassin by Ray Bradbury, Calling Card by Ramsey Campbell, The Words of Guru by C.M. Kornbluth, and Passengers by Robert Silverberg.
The third in a series of American Western short stories compiled by Jon Tuska, and preformed by celebrity readers.
Rescue may be impossible, but the alternative is unthinkable. A board the majestic ocean liner Queen Elizabeth II, the leaders of the most powerful nations on earth meet for the first time ever to launch a new era of peace and global cooperation. For ultra-nationalist Chinese terrorists who believe that the summit will make their Asian homeland a pawn of the Western imperialist power, this summit represents a betrayal of monumental proportions.