Stranger by Night

Stranger by Night Ramsey Campbell Brian Lumley Graham Masterton Brinke Stevens Brian Hodge Edward Lee Lucy Taylor Mike Newton and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this

  • Title: Stranger by Night
  • Author: Jeff Gelb Michael Garrett Tom Piccirilli Ramsey Campbell Brinke Stevens Edo Van Belkom Christa Faust Bruce Jones
  • ISBN: 9780671537548
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Graham Masterton, Brinke Stevens, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Lucy Taylor, Mike Newton, and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this series Here are sex driven, horror laced tales from master writers who follow no rules, except one hold back nothing.Table of Contentsxi Introduction Stranger by Night Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Graham Masterton, Brinke Stevens, Brian Hodge, Edward Lee, Lucy Taylor, Mike Newton, and other conjurers of the darkest demons of the human id bring new stories to this series Here are sex driven, horror laced tales from master writers who follow no rules, except one hold back nothing.Table of Contentsxi Introduction Stranger by Night essay by Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett1 Take It As It Comes short story by Tom Piccirilli13 The Body in the Window short story by Ramsey Campbell31 Jacking In novelette by Brinke Stevens60 End of the Road short story by Edo van Belkom71 Just Sex short story by Michael Garrett91 Skin Deep short story by Christa Faust103 Home Movies short story by Bruce Jones114 The Jajouka Penis Beetle novelette by Graham Masterton149 Beached short story by Wendy Rathbone169 Hot Phosphor novelette by John B Rosenman190 Male Call short story by Lucy Taylor204 Five Card Stud short story by Michael Newton214 Video Date short story by Jeff Gelb227 Impulse novelette by Yvonne Navarro251 Dead Girls in Love short story by Gary Bowen and Edward Lee265 Getting Wet short story by Alexa deMonterice278 Back Row 1988 short story by Brian Lumley288 Godflesh novelette by Brian Hodge313 The Contributors Stranger by Night essay by uncredited

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    About “Jeff Gelb Michael Garrett Tom Piccirilli Ramsey Campbell Brinke Stevens Edo Van Belkom Christa Faust Bruce Jones

    • Jeff Gelb Michael Garrett Tom Piccirilli Ramsey Campbell Brinke Stevens Edo Van Belkom Christa Faust Bruce Jones

      Jeff Gelb is a former disc jockey and music columnist who created the SHOCK ROCK series of music based horror fiction He has also written a number of short stories, including Graveyard Shift, The Last Victim and The Portrait In 2001, he collaborated with Max Allan Collins to create the anthology series FLESH AND BLOOD, tales of erotic noir from some of the finest writers in crime fiction Mr Gelb is now in his fifth decade producing the comic book fanzine MEN OF MYSTERY.



    664 thoughts on “Stranger by Night

    • several people on good rated this book few stars because they said they didn't know that it would be erotic horror rather than a straight horror anthology. I would think that the cover and the back of the book make it pretty clear exactly what you are getting when you pick this book up, so I'm a little bit mystified as to how they could've been surprised by its contents.This is the second book in the hot blood series that I have read, and I enjoyed it. Many of the stories got my blood boiling, a [...]


    • The Hot Blood series of horror stories with erotic elements was popular enough to spawn several additional books past the first three. This was one of those and it had quite a bit of good stuff in it.


    • This was not at all what it was advertised to be in my book club literature (it left out that it was an erotic series and made it seem like a straight up horror collection). I was expecting short horror stories and what I got was a mix of horror and sex. I like strange and weird books, but this was way out there (I don't mix horror and sex personally). The stories were well-written and the plots were creative, but unless your thing is erotic horror, I'd avoid it.


    • Didn't realize when I bought it that it was erotica/horror. Not my usual cuppa tea - erotica's fine, and horror can be too, but I prefer not to have them mixed and to the extreme. That said, this may have been good writing for the genre, but I just didn't enjoy it! It was disturbing to me, in a bad way.



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