A collection of chilling stories by a modern master of horror.
Stephen Laws has long been recognized as a master of the modern horror story. His tales have been included in many celebrated anthologies and "year's best" round-ups. Finally his best short work has been gathered in one landmark volume. The stories in this terrifying collection range from the bone-chilling horror of "The Crawl" to the surrealistic "Yesterday I Flew with the Birds" to the beautiful, award-winning "The Song My Sister Sang". Whether it's traditional ghosts, gruesome shape shifters, or the psychological terror of a shattered mind, Stephen Laws demonstrates that his short fiction has the power to generate real fear.
This book has been previously published, revised and includes new content.