Superb selection of 14 spine-tingling stories by author of Dracula. "The Squaw," "The Burial of the Rats," "The Crystal Cup," "The Chain of Destiny," "The Castle of the King," "The Dualists" (probably Stoker's most horrifying story), "A Dream of Red Hands" and 7 more. Called by Stephen King "a... read more
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