The Screaming Book of Horror–An Anthology of Stories, ed. by Johnny Mains (Screaming Dreams 2012), TOC

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Cover art by Steve Upham.

Table of Contents

1 • Introduction (The Screaming Book of Horror) • (2012) • essay by Johnny Mains
5 • Christenings Can Be Dangerous • (2012) • short fiction by John Llewellyn Probert
17 • Larva • (2012) • short fiction by John Brunner
39 • The Swarm • (2012) • short fiction by Alison Littlewood
57 • Natural Selection • (2012) • short fiction by Robin Ince
57 • One of the Family • (2012) • short fiction by Bernard Taylor
77 • Cut! • (2012) • short fiction by Anna Taborska
93 • The Christmas Toys • (2012) • short fiction by Paul Finch
113 • The Quixote Candidate • (2012) • short story by Rhys Hughes
129 • Helping Mummy • (2012) • short fiction by Kate Farrell
139 • The City of Plenty • (2012) • short story by Alex Miles
149 • The Iron Cross • (2012) • short fiction by Craig Herbertson
173 • Sometimes You Think You Are Alone • (2012) • short fiction by Alison Moore
179 • Bird Doll • (2012) • short fiction by Claire Massey
187 • What Shall We Do About Barker? • (2012) • short fiction by Reginald Oliver
205 • Old Grudge Ender • (2012) • short fiction by David A. Riley
227 • Jack and Jill • (2012) • short fiction by Steve Rasnic Tem
233 • The Blackshore Dreamer • [The Adventures of Dr. Caspian and Bronwen • 4] • (2012) • novelette by John Burke
261 • Imagination • (2012) • short story by Christopher Fowler (variant of Anything Can Happen)
283 • The Baby Trap • (2012) • short fiction by Janine-Langley Wood
293 • The Tip Run • (2012) • short fiction by Johnny Mains
299 • Dementia • (2012) • short fiction by Charlie Higson

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