BLOOD RUNS COLD by Robert Bloch

BLOOD RUNS COLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A collection of shorter places which have had magazine (EQMM, Playboy, Fantasy etc.) and occasional television premieres and show a strong flair for irony, horror and invention. There's the artist's chef d'ocuvre which frightens a girl to death; the Jazz combo which digs a ""crazy grave"" for a man and his girl; a neo-Freudian interpretation of in Wonderland, an attempt to survive the end of the world, and another to destroy Death; a faithful Indian's too literal fulfilment of his mission; etc., etc. As those who will remember can expect, expert macabacadabra.

Pub Date: Nov. 10th, 1961
Publisher: Simon & Schuster