A collection of six short stories by the author of "If You Could See Me Now" and "Koko". These stories include "Blue Rose", which tells a story about the childhood of Harvey Beevers, the villain of "Koko". Other stories featured include "The Juniper Tree" and "Mrs God".
Born in Milwaukee, Peter Straub is the author of fifteen novels, which have been translated into more than twenty languages. He has won the British Fantasy Award, two Bram Stoker awards and two World Fantasy awards. His most recent publications are his acclaimed novel Mr X, a collection of short stories, Magic Terror, and Black House, the international bestselling novel that he co-wrote with Stephen King.
Houses Without Doors by Peter Straub
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