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The Midnight Man
by Stephen Laws

Subject: Horror
Publisher: Silver Salamander Press (USA)

Edition Our Price inc. p&p Status
deluxe hardback, leather bound, 1 of 50 copies, 263pp, 2000 N/A out of print
limited edition hardback, cloth bound, 1 of 300, 263pp, ISBN 096751570X, 2000 N/A out of print
trade paperback, 1 of 500 copies, 263pp, ISBN 0967515718, 2000 N/A out of print

The Midnight Man cover

Silver Salamander Press is pleased to announce the first collection of the short fiction of acclaimed author Stephen Laws. Long known as one of the premier novelists in the horror genre, his novels such as Spectre, Somewhere South of Midnight, and Chasm frequently appear on the "all time best" lists of authorities such as Stephen Jones and Stanley Wiater.

What is not known by many readers is that over the last decade Stephen Laws has produced a small but remarkable body of short fiction. This book collects the majority of his short fiction in one massive volume of over 80,000 words! Included herein are tales that range from the bone-chilling horror of "The Crawl" to the surrealistic "Yesterday I Flew With the Birds" to the beautiful and horrific "The Song My Sister Sang". Whether it be the traditional Jamesian haunt like that portrayed in "He Who Laughs" or a modern tale of urban terror like "The Black Cab", Stephen Laws demonstrates that his short fiction is every bit the equal of his acclaimed novels.

In this edition, noted artist Fredrik King has provided cover art and Stephen Laws has written new introductory material for the book. As previous Silver Salamander releases have been over-subscribed in the Deluxe Edition upon publication, we respectfully suggest that anyone contemplating the purchase of the Deluxe Edition reserves their copy without delay so as to avoid possible disappointment.