By L. Ron Hubbard
A novel of compelling suspense. Professor James Lowry didn't think in spirits, or witches, or demons. now not until eventually a gradual spring night while his hat disappeared, and without warning he couldn't bear in mind the final 4 hours of his existence. Now, the quiet collage city of Atworthy is altering - somewhat firstly, then quicker and extra frighteningly every one time he attempts to recollect. Lowry is pursued by means of a depressing, mystery evil that is popping his complete international opposed to him whereas it whispers a caution from the shadows: in case you locate your hat you'll locate your 4 hours. when you locate your 4 hours you then will die...
"A vintage story of creeping, surreal threat and horror... one of many fairly, awesome ones." — Stephen King
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A unique of compelling suspense. Professor James Lowry didn't think in spirits, or witches, or demons. now not till a gradual spring night while his hat disappeared, and unexpectedly he couldn't take into account the final 4 hours of his existence. Now, the quiet collage city of Atworthy is altering - a little firstly, then speedier and extra frighteningly each one time he attempts to recollect.
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And the creator of the Sherlock Holmes-like detective Jules de Grandin Weird Tales also promoted the exceedingly strange stories of Clark Ashton Smith; Henry S. Whitehead's tales of secret rites in the West Indies; Robert Bloch. first the protege of Lovecraft and now an original in his own right; August Derleth who. after Lovecraft's death. did much to establish his international fame; and Robert E. Howard. creator of the Barbarian super-hero. Conan. There were many more. as the captions to the illustrations by the magazine's galaxy of splendid artists will reveal.
It was, in a way, only a variation on the idea of those original Gothic chapbook publishers, but following the appearance of Munsey's pioneer 'pulp' Argosy in 1896 (still flourishing though in a different format today), the idea was to be given unprecedented acceptance to the tune of over three hundred titles in the next half century and countless million sales These magazines, printed on rough wood pulp paper, measuring seven inches by ten, and about half an inch thick, were to embrace literally every topic of interest.
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Fear by L. Ron Hubbard