Red Gloves Vols. 1 & 2

Red Gloves Vols. 1 & 2

Short Stories

von: Christopher Fowler

€ 3,49

Verlag: Transworld Publishers
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 23.03.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9781473540156
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 400

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RED GLOVES 1: DEVILRY - THE LONDON HORRORSThe first collection contains stories set in London, where deceptively ordinary events like an evening in a pub or a night on the town have terrifying consequences. Here you'll find hauntings, revenges, murders, monstrosities, redemptions, and the dark hands of the urban night reaching out to seize the unwary. And to top it off, there's a short story featuring disreputable detectives Bryant & May.RED GLOVES 2: INFERNAL - THE WORLD HORRORSThe second collections comprises stories set in exotic locations around the world. Once more, deceptively ordinary events and occasions - a holiday in the Far East or a trip to the French Riviera, for example - cause terrifying fates to unfold. Here, innocent travellers find themselves confronting accidents, tragedies, murders, nightmares and epiphanies as they wander far from home. And again, there's a short story featuring those misfits from the Peculiar Crimes Unit, detectives Bryant & May.
Brought together in a single ebook edition, two collections of classic horror stories from the singular pen of Christopher Fowler - one set in London, the other in locations around the world - comprising 25 chilling, compelling, skin-prickling tales in all.
Christopher Fowler is the award-winning author of more than forty novels – including thirteen featuring the detectives Bryant and May and the Peculiar Crimes Unit – and short-story collections. The recipient of the coveted CWA ‘Dagger in the Library’ Award for 2015, Chris’s most recent books are the Ballard-esque thriller The Sand Menand Bryant & May - Strange Tide. His other work includes screenplays, video games, graphic novels, audio plays and two critically acclaimed memoirs, Paperboy and Film Freak. His weekly column ‘Invisible Ink’ was a highlight of the Independent on Sunday’s arts pages. He lives in King’s Cross, London, and Barcelona. To find out more, visit