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Black Rock is a novel by Steve Harris published by Victor Gollancz in 1996. Black Rock features a haunted house near Tintagel on the north coast of Cornwall.
Black Rock is a novel by Steve Harris published by Victor Gollancz in 1996.
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and whoever On paper,the haunted house called Black Rock looks as if it has been invented by the world's most uninspired horror writer. The first few pages of a book manuscript that Sarah-Jane Dresden finds under her bed are full of tired old cliches, but the story itself is frightening.
The full range of horror’s literary. A Drug on the Market. The full range of horror’s literary strengths are presented within these covers, conjured up by a range of writers whose careers span at least five decades
The full range of horror’s literary. Richard christian matheson. The full range of horror’s literary strengths are presented within these covers, conjured up by a range of writers whose careers span at least five decades. So do not worry if you have not heard of some of our contributors before. Read their stories anyway. All the writers in this volume already come with a pedigree, and for those newer names, this will, we trust, provide an opportunity for them to present their work to a more extensive audience while they establish themselves in an often much-maligned genre.
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In the late 1980s, Richard moved to Headline for a couple of years, before taking over the prestigious Gollancz science fiction and fantasy list in 1990 when Malcolm Edwards moved to HarperCollins. A serious illness in 1994 resulted in him taking nearly a year off work, but he made a full recovery and triumphantly returned to Gollancz to launch the Vista mass-market paperback imprint. During a relaxed lunch the week before he left on a business trip to New York, Richard talked excitedly about our line-up for Dark Terrors 2 (which we had recently delivered)