After the People Lights Have Gone Off

After the People Lights Have Gone Off

eBook - 2014
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WINNER, Best Collection of the Year, THIS IS HORROR
NOMINATED, Best Collection of the Year, BRAM STOKER AWARDS

The fifteen stories in After the People Lights Have Gone Off by Stephen Graham Jones explore the horrors and fears of the supernatural and the everyday. Included are two original stories, several rarities and out of print narratives, as well as a few "best of the year" inclusions. In "Thirteen," horrors lurk behind the flickering images on the big screen. "Welcome to the Reptile House" reveals the secrets that hide in our flesh. In "The Black Sleeve of Destiny," a single sweatshirt leads to unexpectedly dark adventures. And the title story, "After the People Lights Have Gone Off," is anything but your typical haunted house story.

With an introduction by Edgar Award winner Joe R. Lansdale, and featuring fifteen full-page illustrations by Luke Spooner, After the People Lights Have Gone Off gets under your skin and stays there.

Table of Contents:
Introduction by Joe R. Lansdale
Illustrations by Luke Spooner
Welcome to the Reptile House
This is Love
The Spindly Man
The Black Sleeve of Destiny
The Spider Box (original
Snow Monsters
Doc's Story
The Dead Are Not
Second Chances
After the People Lights Have Gone Off
Solve for X
Publisher: New York : Curbside Splendor Publishing, 2014.
ISBN: 9781940430379
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Characteristics: text file
1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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Deceptive, provocative and darkly elegant, these tales spin a gossamer thin web of barbed wire that ensnares you before you realize you're in danger.

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