Hugh B. Cave
Birth date: July 11, 1910
Died: June 27, 2004
Hugh B. Cave's Books
In a mix of urban fantasy and horror these are short shorts with an average of 6 pages per story some are longer and some are shorter. They're a good mix and I enjoyed most of them.
I liked this collection way more than the Mammoth book of Zombies. "Midnight mass" and "Red Reign" were revelations, and I got the opportunity to revisit classics like "For the blood is the life" and "Ligeia". There are tales here that I will definitely read again in the near future.
This was a pretty good collection. Too bad I put it down more than a year ago, and I don't remember the stories I read back then well enough to write a competent review. I don't really want to spend the time to reread the first half, so this review is going to be pretty sketchy. My apologies for t...
mp31 - The Dancing Bear by Doug Allyn. The inn was a sorry place with walls of wattle and daub and a lice ridden thatch roof in dire need of repair.2 - Vanishing Point by Hugh B. Cave. When this Adrian Budd Colby fellow first came to our little mountain village of Wendel, none of us knew who he was....