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Horrible ImaginingsAuthor: Fritz Leiber E-book
A collection of fifteen tales of horror by the award-winning Grand Master of Science Fiction and Fantasy and author of the Lankhmar series.
In Horrible Imaginings, buckle up for a disturbing ride. Meet a mysterious woman in black, a gun with a score to settle, a man who seeks eternal life, a peculiar painting of a dead woman, and more . . .
Assembled from magazine submissions, fanzines, and even “lost” manuscripts discovered among the author’s personal papers, this book features two Nebula Award finalists: “Horrible Imaginings” and “Answering Service,” as well as the stories “The Automatic Pistol,” “Crazy Annaoj,” “The Hound,” “Alice and the Allergy,” “Skinny’s Wonderful,” “Scream Wolf,” “Mysterious Doings in the Metropolitan Museum,” “When Brahma Wakes,” “The Glove,” “The Girl With the Hungry Eyes,” “While Set Fled,” “Diary in the Snow,” and “The Ghost Light.”
Find out why Fritz Leiber is a must-read for any fan of science fiction, fantasy, or horror. Suspense, surprise, wit, and weirdness—they’re all here for fans both old and new.
Praise for Fritz Leiber
“For anyone who loves great literature, Fritz Leiber walked on water.” —Harlan Ellison, author of I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream
“A master . . . The prose should be savored.” —Locus
“High quality.” —The New York Times