By Cornell Woolrich
Read Online or Download Nightwebs PDF
Similar horror books
Named one of many Horror Writers Association's best forty Horror Books of All Time, Theodore Sturgeon's gripping mental mystery either fascinates and terrifies with the tale of a soldier and his extraordinary, violent obsession with vampirismAt the peak of an unnamed struggle, a soldier is constrained for extraordinary an officer.
David J. Schow's first actual selection of brief tales, again in print for the 1st time in approximately ten years. It gains the area fable Award-winning tale, "Red Light," the Twilight sector journal prize-winner "Coming quickly to a Theatre close to You," plus 11 extra stories as startling, as hectic, as provocative and unnerving.
A ward-winning author and editor Al Sarrantonio gathers jointly twenty-nine unique tales from masters of the macabre. From darkish myth and natural suspense to vintage horror stories of vampires and zombies, 999 showcases the intense scope of fantastical fright fiction. The tales during this anthology are a constant travel de strength of worry, with a purpose to hang-out you, terrify you, and retain the adrenaline dashing throughout the evening.
Keith Meyer’s task used to be easy: find and arrest rogue vampires … or kill them. easy, till being given the project to take down and whole bloodline of royal vampires. It was once a perilous and profitable activity, yet an illegitimate one, too. As a soldier, he’d regularly identified the place the road was once drawn.
- The Collected Hall of Mirrors: Tales of Horror and the Grotesque
- Tick Tock
- The Shadow at The Bottom of The World
- The Redeemed (Sarah Roberts, Book 11)
- Dark Reunion (Vampire Diaries, Vol. 4)
Extra resources for Nightwebs
Originally published in The Armchair Detective. Copyright 1969 by Allen J. Hubin. The quotation by Edna St. Vincent Millay on page 358 is from Collected Poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Copyright 1923 by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Copyright renewed 1951 by Norma Millay Ellis. Reprinted with the permission of Norma Millay Ellis. I was only trying to cheat death. I was only trying to surmount for a little while the darkness that all my life I surely knew was going to come rolling in on me some day and obliterate me.
Copyright 1969 by Allen J. Hubin. "Cornell Woolrich: Part III," by Francis M. Nevins, Jr. Originally published in The Armchair Detective. Copyright 1969 by Allen J. Hubin. "Cornell Woolrich: A Bibliography," by Harold Knott, Francis M. Nevins, Jr. and William Thailing. Originally published in The Armchair Detective. Copyright 1969 by Allen J. Hubin. The quotation by Edna St. Vincent Millay on page 358 is from Collected Poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Copyright 1923 by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
It rubbed his heel raw, the heel became infected and the doctor made him keep his foot elevated for six weeks. When he began to walk again, he had completed the first draft of a novel. The beginning was that simple. Except that in his unfinished autobiography he said that it was jaundice, not a heel infection, that kept him immobilized, and that he recovered long before that first draft was finished. Which is truth, which a trick of memory? Nothing is that simple. Cornell George Hopley-Woolrich was born in New York on December 4, 1903, and spent much of his childhood traveling in Latin America with his father, a civil engineer.