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[MP3CD audiobook format in vinyl case.]
*This audiobook is a reading of the single short story -- More Tomorrow -- with an introduction by Stephen Jones
*Winner of the 2003 International Horror Guild Award
*Winner of the British Fantasy Award for Best Short Story
A masterful short story from an acclaimed author of horror and science fiction, this tale will leave chills running down your spine.
In this chilling tale of Internet horror, a friendly freelance computer technician finds himself gradually drawn in to a seedier side of the Web. When he stumbles across a photograph of a female coworker on a less-than-reputable website, it's apparent she had not volunteered for the modeling position, the anger apparent in both her facial expression and body language. There is only one explanation: her boyfriend forced her to do it.
As the man fights back his anger and annoyance, he contemplates his options. Visitors to the website demand more photos. He struggles to tell Jeanette, the reluctant model, what he has seen. Finally, he decides he must set out to rescue Jeanette from what seems to be an increasingly perilous situation.
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MICHAEL MARSHALL SMITH is a critically acclaimed, award-winning, and New York Times bestselling author of novels, short stories, and screenplays. He lives in Santa Cruz, California, with his wife and son.Review:
''Smith's hauntingly nasty stories are laced with an odd sort of beauty.'' --Booklist
''Stellar . . . Smith proves that effective horror fiction depends as much on solid grounding in the ordinary as on the evocation of the extraordinaryâ ¦One of the best writers of short horror fiction to emerge in the 1990s.'' --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
''Stellar . . . Smith proves that effective horror fiction depends as much on solid grounding in the ordinary as on the evocation of the extraordinary...One of the best writers of short horror fiction to emerge in the 1990s.'' --Publishers Weekly (starred review)
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