'Tales of Imaginary Madness' is a trove of haunting fiction, a gathering of the early short stories of bestselling author Victor Methos. Readers of Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Shelly, ETA Hoffman and Stephen King will find the stories familiar. With a collection exploring the supernatural and the fantastical, 'Tales of Imaginary Madness' is a vehicle for exploring the dark side of the human psyche. The collection opens with 'Lusus Naturae,' a tale of vampirism, time travel, and compulsion that explores the possibility of future enslavement through science. Other stories include 'Dinosaura Tempus,' a tale of dinosaur hunting on a planet where it is illegal, and 'Az,' a story in answer to Kierkegaard's question of how man can prove he is free. Using the short story form to explore haunting obsessions found in horror works and the boundaries of science explored in science fiction, fans of both genres will enjoy this thought provoking work. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Victor Methos is the author of sixteen bestselling novels. He is educated in mathematics, philosophy and law and has been a prosecutor specializing in violent crime and is currently a criminal defense attorney in private practice. His short fiction has appeared in magazines throughout the United States and United Kingdom.
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