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Peter Crowther
Birth date: January 01, 1949
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Randolph "Dilda" Carter
Randolph "Dilda" Carter rated it 6 years ago
Touch Wood is an anthology about superstition. For those of us on this side of the pond it means the same thing as "knock on wood." This book was just average-good. There were some problems. First themed anthologies of "all new stories" are a dodgy affair. Do authors submit these or are they persona...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Featuring unusual angels and the type of angel who is more terrible than some more modern stories, the stories of the kind of angel with sword that would impress people. I read it slowly and over a while and honestly, I don't remember any one of the stories that stood out and made me stop.
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
This is a very mixed bag of stories, all clever and all interesting. These take a twist on the stories of fairy tale, taking a more crime oriented look at these stories. Many of them are clever and interesting but some of them are a litle laboured, trying to twist the story a little too much to fi...
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Chris' Eclectic Book Reviews rated it 7 years ago
What is it about New England that makes it such a fertile ground for growing great horror writers? Being a Texan, I am mystified, but being a horror lover, I do appreciate whatever it is.Well chosen stories by top flight authors and even takes extra points for artistry by including poems. My favor...
B. Morris Allen
B. Morris Allen rated it 7 years ago
Many themed anthologies have difficult sticking to their nominal theme. The more ethereal the theme, the more the stories tend to wander. Most often, they seem in fact to be mere compendia of the stories the editor could dig up, with little in the way of connective tissue. This anthology is no diffe...
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