Saturday, February 6, 2010

New Short Story Collections From The Masters

First up is Ed Gorman's THE END OF IT ALL and Other Stories.

From Ramble House:

23 short stories from the pen of the master of horror and suspense, Ed Gorman. They represent his favorite chillers from a career spanning decades. It took 426 pages to hold them all there's not a word to spare.

And then there's Robert J. Randisi's THE GUILT EDGE.

RJR says:

It's now available from Perfect Crime Books or Henry Po stories, Truxton Lewis stories, Val O'Farrell stories and a few more, plus an intro from Ed Gorman. Perfect Crime Books is a small press just starting out, and I'm happy to support them with a collection, a novel (soon) and pretty soon a two volume PWA collection of Shamus winning stories from PWA.

I've already ordered my copies. What are you waiting for? And before your books arrive, here is Shut Up And Kill Me by Robert J. Randisi at BEAT to a PULP.


Evan Lewis said...

A double shot of great news.

Anonymous said...

Lots and lots of hours of reading there.


Kieran said...

How do you hear about these?

David Cranmer said...

A card game, a man in a long black coat, and a bag of cash.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I'd read anything Ed wrote.

Alyssa Goodnight said...

Very eye-catching covers on the two of those!

The romantic query letter and the happy-ever-after said...

I've had a copy of Gorman's The Marilyn Tapes on my to be read stack for two full year. I'm full of shame but I'll get to it very soon.
Warm regards,

David Cranmer said...

Alyssa, Both covers are super sharp.

Simone, I haven't read this one but I can say I've never been disappointed with a Gorman read.