TRAPPED WITHIN THE TWILIGHT…
Call it what you like: dusk, twilight, sunset. It’s that magical moment between daylight and darkness when anything is possible — the evening ahead promises untold enchantment… or nameless dread.
Within are 16 tales of the oncoming blackness, including more than the usual cast of characters.
There are shapeshifters and gravediggers, but also supernatural private detectives and — perhaps most terrifying of all — beautiful creatures that prey on… horror writers. Murder, death — and things worse than death — are all waiting for you When The Night Comes Down.
Joseph D’Lacey, in stories like “The Unwrapping of Alastair Perry,” writes in the vein of the Clive Barker of the 1980s.
Bev Vincent, already renowned for his non-fiction, shows off some impressive range in his fiction — from hard-edged horror (“Silvery Moon”) to Bradbury-esque whimsical (“Something in Store”) to knowing humor (“Knock ‘em Dead”).
Legend Robert E. Weinberg delivers perhaps the all-time greatest behind-the-scenes send-up of genre convention weekends with “Elevator Girls.” And rising young gun
Nate Kenyon, in gritty stories like “Gravedigger” and “The Buzz of A Thousand Wings,” showcases why he has earned all those raves.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
The Unwrapping of Alastair Perry
The Quiet Ones
Knock ‘Em Dead
Something In Store
ROBERT E. WEINBERG:
The One Answer That Really Matters
Breeding The Demons
One With The Music
The Buzz of a Thousand Wings
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