A Cold Wind in July




A Cold Wind in July

By Craig Shaw Gardner

Craig Shaw Gardner has had a long and distinguished career as a fantasy novelist. Every once in awhile he turns his attention to horror, usually at the request of one well-known editor or another. His appearances are infrequent, but done with great effect. His jewel-like short stories examine relationships through the lens of horror. At last there are enough to gather into a collection guaranteed to give you chills, even on the beach.

Stories included in this collection:
Kisses from Auntie
Bar and Grill
The Man Who Loved Water
Overnight Guest
Three Faces of the Night
Walk Home Alone
She Closed Her Eyes
Three Doors in a Double Room
Day of the Wolf
Going Away
Rochester, New York
Blood Ties
Behind the Music

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