The Hour of the Oxrun Dead
Cover artwork by Frank Fieldler
Interiors by David Verba
This was Charles L. Grant’s first novel set in the town of Oxrun Station, an unsettling bedroom community. This edition features a fine new introduction by John Pelan, a lengthy interview with Grant, stunning cover art by Frank Fiedler, black and white artwork by David Verba, photographs of old editions of the book (printed in full color), an interview with Grant, and a bonus novella.
Limited to just 100 signed copies, the book is bound in cloth with a printed front panel and protected by a clear Mylar dustjacket, and has a ribbon marker and full color endpapers. Each copy is signed by John Pelan.
The Sound of Midnight
The second novel in the famous Oxrun Station series, The Sound of Midnight focuses on a newcomer to the quiet community pitted against a group of children engaged in dark, pagan rights.
Written with Grant's usual flair for quiet horror. It also includes Dale Mathews, one of Grant's most memorable femail leads.
Limited to 100 copies and features an essay on Oxrun Station by Charles L. Grant, a bonus novella, photographs of old editions of the book, and an excellent introduction by Melanie Tem, who has also signed. The book is bound in cloth with a printed front panel and protected by a clear Mylar dustjacket, and has a ribbon marker and full color endpapers.
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