The dark side
chosen by Susan Price.

The dark side

truly terrifying tales

Published by Kingfisher in Boston .
Written in English.

About the Book

A collection of horror stories by such noted authors as Joan Aiken, Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, and Leon Garfield.

Table of Contents

The kit-bag / Algernon Blackwood
Here there be tygers / Stephen King
The room in the tower / E.F. Benson
Beyond lies the wub / Philip K. Dick
Feeding the dog / Susan Price
Teddies rule, ok? / Nicholas Fisk
Grendel the monster / Eleanor Farjeon
A grave misunderstanding / Leon Garfield
Captain Murderer / Charles Dickens
Something / Joan Aiken
The hand / Guy de Maupassant
The boy next door / Ellen Emerson White
The murder hole / Scottish folktale
The famous five go pillaging / Terry Jones and Michael Palin
The affair at 7 Rue de M / John Steinbeck
A change of aunts / Vivien Alcock
The cask of Amontillado / Edgar Allan Poe
The pear-drum / English folktale
The Dog got them / Philippa Pearce
Gabriel-Ernest / Saki (H. H. Munro)
Nule / Jan Mark
The dancing partner / Jerome K. Jerome
The ring / Margaret Bingley
The troll / T.H. White.

Edition Notes

"First published by Kingfisher in 1995 as Horror Stories"--Copyright p.


Dewey Decimal Class [Fic]
Library of Congress PZ5 .D227 2007

The Physical Object

Pagination v. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library OL18008189M
ISBN 13 9780753461433
LC Control Number 2007044260
Library Thing 3732674
Goodreads 5986767

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