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Books in Bookshelf :
 Mammoth Books
Books in Bookshelf : 22
McSweeney's mammoth treasury of thrilling tales
Author : Michael Chabon
A Vintage Contemporaries Original

Includes:
Jim Shepard's "Tedford and the Megalodon"

Glen David Gold's "The Tears of Squonk, and What Happened Thereafter"

Dan Chaon's "The Bees"

Kelly Link's "Catskin"

Elmore Leonard's "How Carlos Webster Changed His Name to Car...
 
McSweeney's enchanted chamber of astonishing stories
Author : Michael Chabon
Michael Chabon is back with a brand-new collection that reinvigorates the stay-up-all-night, edge-of-the seat, fingernail-biting, page-turning tradition of literary short stories, featuring Margaret Atwood, Stephen King, Peter Straub, David Mitchell, Jonathan Lethem, Heidi Julavits, Roddy Doyle, and...
 
McSweeney's mammoth treasury of thrilling tales
Author : Michael Chabon
A Vintage Contemporaries Original

Includes:
Jim Shepard's "Tedford and the Megalodon"

Glen David Gold's "The Tears of Squonk, and What Happened Thereafter"

Dan Chaon's "The Bees"

Kelly Link's "Catskin"

Elmore Leonard's "How Carlos Webster Changed His Name to Car...
 
The mammoth book of private eye stories
Author : Bill Pronzini
The popularity of the private eye story remains undiminished, with its roots in the American private detective fiction of the 1920s but traceable back as far as Sherlock Holmes. Here are 26 of the finest short novels and stories from the hardboiled world of the private eye, from masters of the genre...
 
The mammoth book of best new manga
Author : Ed Hillyer
Bursting with energy and imagination, the collection features the most exciting new work by the brightest young talents in the field - Japanese-style comics being produced by international artists....
 
The mammoth book of roaring twenties whodunnits
Author : Mike Ashley
Mike Ashley's brilliant new collection of whodunnits presents stories that reflect all the excitement, escapism and eccentricity of the 1920s. The Roaring Twenties, the Jazz Age, the Age of Wonderful Nonsense - this was the decade when everyone went a little bit crazy with the euphoria of getting th...
 
The Mammoth Book of Dickensian Whodunnits
Author : Mike Ashley
Charles Dickens created some of the most memorable characters in English literature and was also a larger-than-life individual himself, a champion of the underdog. The anthology presents a mix of specially commissioned new stories and lesser known reprints, by writers such as Hilary Bonner, Anne Per...
 
The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror
Author : Stephen Jones
Here is the latest edition of the world's premier annual showcase of horror and dark, fantasy fiction, from a series that has won the World Fantasy Award, British Fantasy Award, and the International Horror Guild Award. It features some of the very best short stories and novellas by today's masters ...
 
The mammoth book of extreme fantasy
Author : Michael Ashley
Here is the future of fantasy--25 short stories from top contemporary writers. This collection embraces all the newest forms of fantasy in vogue, from urban fantasy and extreme dystopian fiction, to alternate history and entire new fantasy worlds....
 
The mammoth book of best crime comics
Author : Paul Gravett
These are some of the slickest, moodiest, graphic short stories ever collected, from the mean streets and sin cities of crime. One of the only compilations of the crime comic genre, this volume contains 25 of the best graphic short stories and is fully loaded with some of the greatest writers and ar...