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Hey, I am THE NOBODY. Wanted to say thanks for ha...

2009-07-13T17:14:57.216-07:00

Hey, I am THE NOBODY. Wanted to say thanks for having my blog featured on yours. I really like your blog and am adding it to mine as well. Also, I love Richard Laymon - very underrated author. THE TRAVELLING VAMPIRE SHOW was really great!! Love the name of your blog too.



I just checked my copy of Dreadful Tales. The stor...

2009-06-09T06:30:03.142-07:00

I just checked my copy of Dreadful Tales. The story is called Into The Pit.

Dreadful Tales is a great anthology. It was the firts Laymon book I read and I was so impressed that for a long time I was reading Laymon books back-to-back (two or three a week).



I'm not surprised that Laymon published part o...

2009-06-08T17:32:18.971-07:00

I'm not surprised that Laymon published part of this as a short story. In fact, other sections would probably work well as self-contained shorter works, especially the part involving the imprisoned sex slaves.



I read this one a while ago. It's not my favou...

2009-06-08T15:24:19.134-07:00

I read this one a while ago. It's not my favourite Laymon, I enjoyed reading it.

I seem to remember that the novel seems to be an expansion on one of his short stories. I can't remember which one, but I think it might be from his Dreadful Tales anthology.

The story was about a guy living in Egypt who got freindly with a local guy who aranged a date for them both with a couple of hot twins. The father of the girls throws the guy down a shaft for revenge and there are a lot of dead bodies down there to keep him company. The whole story turns up as a chapter in To Wake The Dead (unless I am confusing it with another book).