In the Best Stories...and other Uneasy Horrors

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A mini-collection of four unsettling tales by Norman Prentiss:

-- "Glue Traps" - an amateur exterminator gets caught in his own trap . . .
-- "In the Porches of My Ears" (Bram Stoker Award-winner for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction) - an overheard conversation in a movie theater has far-reaching effects on a couple's relationship . . .
-- "In the Best Stories..." - a father chooses the wrong bedtime story to read to his daughter . . .
-- "Four Legs in the Morning" - a young faculty member visits an isolated cabin to continue work on his scholarly project . . . and he uncovers the monstrous truth behind an ancient riddle.

This book concludes with an "Afterword" from the author, offering detailed and honest insights into the composition and publication of each story.