Category: Erckmann-Chatrian

Victorian Tales of Terror was Hugh Lamb’s third Anthology. First published in 1974 by W. H. Allen, then in 1975 by Taplinger, and finally in 1976 by Coronet, this classic collection is now being republished in a brand new edition. The stories will appear in the same order as they originally appeared, together with Hugh’s…
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Jim Moon just published a wonderful tribute to Hugh Lamb and his works on the website Hypnogoria. Tracing Hugh’s career, from his initial foray into the anthology up to last year’s HarperCollins editions, Moon explores Hugh’s influence on the genre and the importance of his work uncovering lost tales of terror. From the site: Welcome…
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HarperCollins have announced a new trilogy of Hugh Lamb anthologies for 2018. Following the announcement of new editions of both Ghosts in the House and Out of the Dark, we can also reveal that the Collins Chillers series will include a new release of Hugh’s The Invisible Eye. Featuring collected tales by Emile Erckmann and Louis…
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