THRILLERS AND MORE THRILLERS by Robert -Comp Arthur

THRILLERS AND MORE THRILLERS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Nine stories by known writers. Besides Poe's ""Telltale Heart,"" Stevenson's ""Bottle Imp,"" Cobb's ""Faith, Hope and Charity,"" and Derleth's childcentered ""Mr. George,"" there's a bodiless finger protruding from Brennan's ""Calamander Chest"" and ironic movements surrounding deFord's ""Poison Necklace."" London is the scene of Grendon's ""Mrs. Manifold"" and Burke's ""Hands of Mr. Ottermole""; for a more modern tread read John West's California bound ""Displaced Ghosts."" Chances are you have these stories already, but if not, this volume will serve although such spirited company deserves a better cover.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1968
Publisher: Random House