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Interior Darkness: Selected Stories (Hardcover)

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    A MONUMENTAL COLLECTION OF SHORT FICTION FROM ACCLAIMED MASTER OF HORROR AND"NEW YORK TIMES" BESTSELLINGAUTHOR PETER STRAUB
    Peter Straub brilliantly defiesand blurs literary genres. LORRIE MOORE

    An American icon renowned for his bestselling novels, Peter Straub displays his full and stunning range in this crowning collection. He has consistently subverted the boundaries of genre for years, transcending horror and suspense to unlock the dark, unsettling, and troubling dissonances that exist on the edges of our perception. Straub's fiction cracks the foundation of reality and opens our eyes to an unblinking experience of true horror, told in his inimitable and lush style with skill, wit, and impeccable craft.
    With uncanny precision, Straub writes of the city and of the Midwest, of the depraved and of the righteous, of the working class and of the wealthy nothing and no one is safe from the ever-present darkness that he understands so well. Blue Rose follows the cycles of violence and power through the most innocent among us, leading to a conclusion that is audacious and devastating. In the darkly satirical masterpiece Mr. Clubb and Mr. Cuff, a stern estate lawyer known as the Deacon hires a pair of Private Detectives Extraordinaire to investigate and seek revenge on his unfaithful wife. The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine follows a man and his much younger lover as theyexplore their decadent and increasingly sinister fantasies aboard a luxurious yacht on the remotest stretch of the Amazon River.
    " Interior Darkness" brings together sixteen stories from twenty-five years of dazzling excellence. It is a thrilling, highly entertaining, and terrifying testament to the prodigious talent of Peter Straub.

    About the Author


    PETER STRAUB is the "New York Times" bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, most recently "A Dark Matter." "In the Night Room" and "Lost Boy, Lost Girl" are winners of the Bram Stoker Award, as is his collection "5 Stories." Straub is the editor of numerous anthologies, including the two-volume "The American Fantastic Tale" from the Library of America. He lives in Brooklyn.
    Product Details
    ISBN: 9780385541053
    ISBN-10: 0385541058
    Publisher: Doubleday Books
    Publication Date: February 16th, 2016
    Pages: 496
    Language: English