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From Centipede Press:
Available for the first time in a signed limited hardcover, Joe R. Lansdale’s three Drive-Ins, with the magnificent introduction by film director Don Coscarelli and all new artwork.
When a group of friends decided to spend a day at the world’s largest Drive-In theater horror fest, they expected to see tons of bloody murders, rampaging madmen, and mayhem, but only on the screen. But as a mysterious force traps all the patrons inside the Drive-In, the worst in humanity comes out. The first limited edition hardcover of all three Drive-In novels, with an introduction by famed horror film director Don Coscarelli and stunning illustrations by David Ho. This is a limited edition and each copy is signed by Joe R. Lansdale and David Ho.
Smyth sewn, with head and tail bands, ribbon marker, and full color dustjacket with extra-long flaps. The book is 6 × 9 inches. Limited to just 300 copies, this item will start shipping in mid to late October.
“The Straw Men is brilliantly written and scary as hell. Be the first on your block to stay up all night with this one; it’s a masterpiece.”
— Stephen King
About the Book:
In Montana, a man attends the funeral of his parents, ostensibly killed in a car crash.
In Los Angeles, a fifteen-year-old girl is abducted by a man assumed dead.
These events are linked by the fact that in both there is something missing. As there is in so much of the world, for so much of the time.
What’s missing is a secret, something which strikes at the heart of what it is to be human. What it is that makes us this way…
This Cemetery Dance Publications exclusive special Limited Edition includes a long introduction by the author, scans of the author’s writing notebooks, and much more!
Special Features Exclusive to this Special Collector’s Edition:
• deluxe oversized design (7 inches X 10 inches)
• high-quality endpapers and fine bindings for both editions
• bonus features including a long introduction by the author and scans of the author’s writing notebooks
• extremely collectible print run that is a tiny fraction of the MILLIONS of copies of this novel you’ve seen in bookstores — and you will NOT find our edition in chain bookstores!
First came the man: a young wanderer in a fatigue coat and long hair. Then came the legend as the character, John Rambo, took his place in the American imagination. This remarkable and critically acclaimed novel pits a young Vietnam veteran against a small-town cop who doesn’t know what he will unleash after their first ill-fated encounter–a life-and-death struggle through the woods, hills, and caves of rural Kentucky.
This special edition of the novel includes essays by David Morrell and by New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry as well as the never-before-published outline for the novel and the original first chapter.
THE DEATH OF A HORROR WRITER Ty Schwamberger Cover art © by Vincent Sammy Cover art © by Vincent Sammy Within this tome you will find the ramblings of horror writer, Ty Schwamberger. From his troubled soul, he spent years unleashing macabre tales filled with monsters and killers upon the world. Then, one day, those thoughts got the best of him. The anger in which he fed to write these nasty stories came bubbling up from deep inside and he could no longer keep the demons at bay. That’s when the light went out. Fortunately, for us, he left behind a handful of blood-soaked pages: A cautionary tale of what it takes to be part of his beloved horror genre. Among those dark, drenched pages you will find his only unpublished novella House Call, which will never be seen again. Those pages have been printed here and tell us the tale of . . . The Death of a Horror Writer. The End is the New Beginning.
© Ty Schwamberger Foreword by Paul Fry Introduction by Ann Laymon Interior Illustrations by Vincent Sammy (limitation page sketch) & Ade Barrett (House Call illustrations) Title Details: Publisher: Short, Scary Tales Publications Subject: Nonfiction / Fiction (House Call) Release Date: December 31, 2014 ISBN: 978-1-909640-16-0, Limited Hardcover Edition, First Edition, 6.5 x 9.5 inches, 336 pages. Here are the details of our limited hardcover edition: Limited to only 125 copies worldwide Signed & hand-numbered by the author Cloth bound with a four-colour laminated dust jacket Gold foil stamping on the spine Printed on acid-free paper SST Publications have the worldwide exclusive rights so you will never see this book published by anyone else. And, we will never do a second printing or release a paperback, eBook or any other edition.