The Howling Man

by Charles Beaumont | Horror |
ISBN: 0812505522 Global Overview for this book
Registered by hendertuckian of Henderson, Nevada USA on 1/16/2010
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Journal Entry 1 by hendertuckian from Henderson, Nevada USA on Saturday, January 16, 2010
hubby says let this one go

Journal Entry 2 by hendertuckian at Henderson, Nevada USA on Monday, September 20, 2010

Released 9 yrs ago (9/20/2010 UTC) at Henderson, Nevada USA

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going to its new home

Journal Entry 3 by eastbaybookmisr at Oakland, California USA on Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Received in the mail today as a RABCK! Thank you!

1992 Tor paperback of the 1988 collection of horror tales, edited by Roger Anker, and with introductions by friends and contemporaries Ray Bradbury, Robert Bloch, Roger Corman, Harlan Ellison, Richard Matheson and Dennis Etchison. This author had tremendous output and influence during his short 13-year career, including many of the best episodes of the classic Twilight Zone series. This copy a bit water stained on the back pages.

I can let this go after I read these stories and:
1951 The Devil, You Say? [read 2010]
1952 The Crime of Willie Washington [read 2010]
1952 The Beautiful People (short story in If) [read 2011]
1953 Elegy (short story in Imagination) [read 2011]
1953 Place of Meeting [read 2011]
1954 Black Country [read 2011]
1954 The Jungle [read 2011]
1955 Miss Gentilbelle [read 2011]
1955 The Hunger [read 2011]
1955 Free Dirt [read 2011]
1955 The Vanishing American [read 2011]
1955 The Crooked Man [read 2011]
1955 Last Rites [read 2011]
1955 A Point of Honor [read 2011]
1956 The Dark Music [read 2011]
1957 Night Ride [read 2011]
1957 Fair Lady [read 2011]
1957 A Death in the Country (The Deadly Will to Win) [read 2011]
1957 Run from the Hunter [n/a]
1958 The New People [read 2011]
1958 Perchance to Dream [read 2011]
1958 The Music of the Yellow Brass (short story in Playboy) [read 2011]
1959 The Horror of It All (article in Playboy) [read 2011]
1959 The Howling Man [read 2012]
1959 The Intruder (excerpt of ch. 10) [read 2013]
1959 The Intruder [n/a]
1959 Sorcerer's Moon (short story in Playboy) [read 2013]
1960 The Magic Man [read 2014]
1960 Song For a Lady [read 2014]
1960 Gentlemen, Be Seated [read 2014]
1960 Chaplin (article in Playboy) [read 2014]
1960 Requiem for Radio (nostalgia in Playboy) [read 2014]
1961 Blood Brother [read 2018]
1961 Comics (article in Playboy) [read 2019]
1961 The Golden Age of Slapstick Comedy (nostalgia in Playboy) [read 2019]
1962 The Bloody Pulps (nostaligia in Playboy) [read 2019]
1963 Mourning Song [read 2019]
1963 Lament for the High Iron (nostaligia in Playboy) [read 2019]
1964 Appointment with Eddie [read 2019]
1964 The Man with the Crooked Nose [read 2019]
1964 The Carnival [read 2019]
1965 The Heavies (nostaligia in Playboy) [read 2020]
1967 To Hell with Claude [read 2020]

Edit March 30, 2020: This was a pretty good collection, but it is a bit less horror than I expected, in most of the stories.

Released 2 mos ago (3/30/2020 UTC) at Little Free Library at 3801 Lakeshore Avenue in Oakland, California USA

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... in the box.

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