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Publisher's Summary

The Collection, Volume One contains the following 14 terrifying stories from Bentley Little's The Collection. We are sorry but Llama has been deleted from this collection for recording purposes.

Against the Pale Sand And I Am Here, Fighting with Ghost Blood Bob Bumblebee Colony Comes the Bad Time Coming Home Again Confessions of a Corporate Man Estoppel Full Moon on Death Row Lethe Dreams Life with Father Maya's Mother

Be sure to look for The Collection, Volume Two by Bentley Little, which contains 17 more terrifying tales.

©2002 Bentley Little (P)2008 Speaking Volumes

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Some of these stories are really quite good.

Some of the stories are quite good and leave you wanting more, but keeping with the Noir feel of the era. They are short and sweet. Overall, I found them enjoyable.

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he did it again!

Bentley little creates awesome scary books and I've never been disappointed love the collection stories

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Not my favorite Bentley offering

The stories are great...but not made for audio. They run together and stop abrubtly almost seeming unfinished. I'm going to stick to Littles full novels. It seems the producers also left one of the stories out?