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HP Lovecraft: The Complete Fiction

H.P. Lovecraft

Publisher: WSBLD

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Fiction, Poetry, Essays and Letters from the Master of the Macabre, H.P. Lovecraft
Read the complete collection of writings from H.P. Lovecraft. This edition includes a fully linked table of contents so you can find your favorites easily and return to Lovecraft's work again and again. The following stories (plus poems, letters and essays!) are included in this massive ebook: 
The Tomb 
Beyond the Wall of Sleep 
Old Bugs 
The Transition of Juan Romero 
The White Ship 
The Doom That Came to Sarnath 
The Statement of Randolph Carter 
The Terrible Old Man 
The Tree 
The Cats of Ulthar 
The Temple 
Facts Concerning the Late Arthur Jermyn and His Family 
The Street 
From Beyond 
The Picture in the House 
Ex Oblivione 
The Nameless City 
The Quest of Iranon 
The Moon-Bog 
The Outsider 
The Other Gods 
The Music of Erich Zann
Herbert West — Reanimator 
What the Moon Brings 
The Hound 
The Lurking Fear 
The Rats in the Walls 
The Unnamable 
The Festival 
The Shunned House 
The Horror at Red Hook 
In the Vault 
The Descendant 
Cool Air 
The Call of Cthulhu 
Pickman's Model 
The Silver Key 
The Strange High House in the Mist 
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath 
The Case of Charles Dexter Ward 
The Colour Out of Space 
The Very Old Folk 
The Thing in the Moonlight 
The History of the Necronomicon 
The Dunwich Horror 
The Whisperer in Darkness 
At the Mountains of Madness 
The Shadow Over Innsmouth 
The Dreams in the Witch House 
The Thing on the Doorstep 
The Evil Clergyman 
The Book 
The Shadow out of Time 
The Haunter of the Dark 

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Available since: 03/02/2017.

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