Acolytes of Cthulhu
Noted Lovecraftian scholar R.M.Price took on the task of assembling another unique Lovecraft-influenced collection. The resulting book is another triumph of interdimensional threats, ritual magic, and cosmic horrors:
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TITAN PAPERBACK VERSION DOES NOT HAVE THE C.M. EDDY STORY! COPYRIGHT ISSUES!
390 Pages of
"Introduction", by Robert M. Price
- "Doom of the House of Duryea", by Earl Pierce, Jr.
"The Seventh Incantation", by Joseph Payne Brennan
"Black Noon", by C. M. Eddy, Jr.
- "The Jewels of Charlotte", by Duane Rimel
"The Letters of Cold Fire", by Manly Wade Wellman
"Horror at Vecra", by Henry Hasse
- "Out of the Jar", by Charles R. Tanner
"The Earth-Brain", by Edmond Hamilton
- "Through the Alien Angle", by Elwin G. Powers
- "Legacy in Crystal", by James Causey
- "The Will of Claude Ashur", by C. Hall Thompson
"The Final War", by David H. Keller, M.D.
- "The Dunstable Horror", by Arthur Pendragon
- "The Crib of Hell", by Arthur Pendragon
- "The Last Work of Pietro of Apono", by Steffan B. Aletti
- "The Eye of Horus", by Steffan B. Aletti
- "The Cellar Room", by Steffan B. Aletti
"Mythos", by John Glasby
"There Are More Things", by Jorge Luis Borges
"The Horror Out of Time", by Randall Garrett
"The Recurring Doom", by S. T. Joshi
"Necrotic Knowledge", by Dirk W. Mosig
- "Night Bus", by Donald R. Burleson
"The Pewter Ring", by Peter Cannon
- "John Lehmann Alone", by David Kaufman
"The Purple Death", by Gustav Meyrink, translated by Kathleen Houlihan & Robert M. Price
- "Mists of Death", by Richard F. & Franklyn Searight
"Shoggoth’s Old Peculiar", by Neil Gaiman
Tentacular horror, all wrapped in a lovely Gahan Wilson dust jacket. Still available at the original price... how much does that paperback sell for, now?