Topic: Scary Stories illustrated by Barry Moser

I am reading this right now...included are
1.  Kittens by Dean Koontz
2.  The Magic Shop by H.G.Wells
3.  Miriam by Truman Capote
4.  The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Alan Poe
5.  Genesis and Catastrophe (A True Story) by Ronald Dahl
6.  The Squaw by Bram Stoker
7.  Here There Be Tygers by Stephen King
8.  Man Overboard by Winston Churchil
9.  The Lottery by Shirley Jackson
10. The Bus Conductor by E.F. Benson
11. Thanksgiving by Joyce Carol Oates
12. The Terrible Old Man by H. P. Lovecraft
13. John Charrington's Wedding by E. Nesbit
14. The Furnished Room by O. Henry
15. The Man Upstairs by Ray Bradbury
16. The Music On The Hill by Saki
17. The Boarded Window by Ambrose Bierce
18. Fingers On The Back Of The Neck by Margaret Mahy
19. The Cremation Of Sam McGee by Robert W. Service

The Dean Koontz one unsettled me, his style is different and it has a religious context to it....spooky.

Re: Scary Stories illustrated by Barry Moser

Are you kidding me?  This sounds amazing!  I have got to find this.

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Think I've seen this around the shops, will have to give this a look-out smile and ditto DEAD love Koontz, his style never fails to astound me, <one of my fav authors> big_smile

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I found this copy at my local library smile

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Thanks for the heads up. Looks interesting, just for The Lottery alone!

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I must find this

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I can feel a book shopping trip coming on.  big_smile

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Is Scary Stories a novel/book or a comic book/graphic novel?

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novel/book

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Love The Lottery.  In high school, it was a featured read, and I had to give my teacher preferred treatment after a choice like that.  Sounds like a good book!  Here There Be Tygers is a good'un as well.