The Year's Best Horror Stories XVII(1989)
(Book 17 in the Year's Best Horror Stories series)
An anthology of stories edited by Karl Edward Wagner
From ghostly marauders to nightmares come true. Terror stalks down familiar, bustling streets and isolated alleyways, endlessly thirsting for the taste of blood, hungering for the essence of life itself! From seaside town corrupted by far more than the ravages of time, to a man cursed to dream a blood-drenched reality, to a sculptor with the ability to make art live or die, welcome to the myriad realms of fear.
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October 1989 : USA Mass Market Paperback