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In The Lovecraft Museum [hardcover] by Steve Rasnic Tem

Lovecraft inspired HORROR novella. Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover. A signed and numbered edition limited to 100 copies, and an eBook edition are also available.
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Product Code : 978-1-848638-84-6
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A NOVELLA by Steve Rasnic Tem
CATEGORY Horror
PUBLICATION DATE May 2015
EDITION Hardcover
COVER ART Jason Van Hollander
CHAPTER ORNAMENTS Jason McKittrick
PAGES 79

EDITIONS
Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover — ISBN 978-1-848638-84-6 (£15)
100 Jacketed Hardcovers signed by Steve Rasnic Tem — ISBN 978-1-848638-85-3 (£25)

ePub edition for Apple iPad, Sony and other eBook readers — ISBN 978-1-848633-36-0 (£3.99)

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SYNOPSIS
Years ago Jamie's young son disappeared while they were vacationing in England. Now Jamie's mysterious British pen pal (and founder of the British Lovecraft Appreciation Society) has invited him across the ocean to visit a fabulous museum devoted to H. P. Lovecraft recently erected in the countryside outside London. But from the moment the plane touches down he finds himself in a country transformed in ways both subtle and profound. And could that young man glimpsed in the distance, apprehended in fragments and hints, possibly be his long lost child?

BIO
Steve Rasnic Tem’s collaborative novella with wife Melanie Tem, The Man On The Ceiling, won the World Fantasy, Bram Stoker, and International Horror Guild awards in 2001. He has also won the Bram Stoker, International Horror Guild, and British Fantasy Awards for his solo work. Steve’s latest novel Blood Kin (Solaris), alternating between the 1930s and the present day, is a Southern Gothic/Horror blend of snake handling, ghosts, granny women, kudzu, and Melungeons. His previous Solaris novel was Deadfall Hotel. Later this year Centipede Press will be collecting the best of his uncollected horror stories in Out of the Dark: A storybook of Horrors. In 2016 Solaris will bring out his dark sf novel Ubo, a meditation on human violence as seen through the eyes of some of history's most violent figures.

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