Alfred Hitchcock's a Hangmans Dozen
1 journaler for this copy...
I found this battered but still readable paperback (different cover than shown) among the charity-sale books at a local Hannaford's, and picked it up for a Halloween release. I've loved Hitchcock's anthologies since I first discovered them in the '60s - he chooses offbeat stories with dark and/or funny twists.
This book includes a droll preface by Hitchcock himself, and some nicely creepy tales, such as Richard Matheson's "The Children of Noah" (in which a simple speed trap proves to be something nastier), and Ray Bradbury's chilling classic "The October Game".
Journal Entry 2
Massachusetts Ave., somewhere in Cambridge, Massachusetts USA on Friday, December 07, 2012
Released 7 yrs ago (12/7/2012 UTC) at Massachusetts Ave., somewhere in Cambridge, Massachusetts USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I left this book near a bus stop on Mass Ave, across from the City Council Office, at about 11:30; hope the finder enjoys it!
*** Released for the 12/12/12 Release Challenge
, for "dozen" in the title. (The picture includes the clock-face from the council building too.) ***
*** Released for the D for December challenge
, for "Dozen". ***