Death warmed over? Not quite. The inveterate collector has two discoveries among his literary as well as physical resurrections--a long out-of-print Derleth and a Poe unavailable for 25 years; then there are the two neglected (if not unknown) authors Alice Perrin and Maurice Level; Lamb's usual predilection for both Benson brothers, A.C. & R.H., as well as Eleanor Scott and Frederick Cowles; and among the moderns you'll find names (John Blackburn, Robert Haining, etc.) you'll recognize. Twenty in all--that's plenty for any devotee of tombs, waxworks, cerements.