Title: New Life for the Dead
Publisher: Newark, New Jersey: Wildside Press, 1991
Publication Date: 1991
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: As New
Signed: Boldly SIGNED By Author on Title Page
No DJ as Issued. Limited #49 of 250 Numbered and Signed. Alan Rodgers was the editor of the excellent short horror magazine 'Night Cry' back in the late 80's. Collected in this limited and only hardcover edition is a selection of a dozen of Alan Rodger's short fiction and poems, featuring his well-known short-story "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead." Combining elements of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, Alan Rodgers writes superbly crafted stories and writes like no one else. Bookseller Inventory # H018
Synopsis: "The thing about Rodgers is, he takes the horror -- and it's horrible, all right -- and turns it into the light just a little differently than you'd ever expect and from this angle you realize it's more tragic than horrid, more beautiful than hideous." -- Orson Scott Card / F&SF. New Life for the Dead is one of the best horror collections of the 1990s, and it features many of Rodgers' best short works, including his Bram Stoker Awardwinning novelet, "The Boy Who Came Back from the Dead."
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