Iris Wildthyme: The Panda Book of Horror
 

No. 3 of 15 in the Iris Wildthyme books series
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By:Stuart Douglas & Paul Magrs (ed.)
Rating:   8.9  (13 votes)  Vote here
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When:  December 2009
ISBN:None
Format: hardback
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Note:  Short story anthology.

Cover blurb:
THE PANDA BOOK OF HORROR presents
TODAY'S MOST HORRIBLE AUTHORS

PAUL MAGRS • MARK CLAPHAM
MARK MICHALOWSKI • SIMON GUERRIER
IAN POTTER • DALE SMITH
PHIL CRAGGS • EDDIE ROBSON
NICHOLAS NADA • BLAIR BIDMEAD
MATT KIMPTON • MARK MORRIS
JAC RAYNER & ORNA PETIT

Witness a slender neck being circled by rough hands... sharp metal violently stabbing and twisting... the emerging viscous dark red liquid being guzzled greedily, lingering on lips and teeth, followed by the laughter of madness. And that's just Iris and Panda at a wine tasting! "Pass me the bottle, woman! We might as well KILL it..."

THE PANDA BOOK OF HORROR will make your fur stand on end. Your blood AND your G&T will run ice cold.

Praise for 'Iris Wildthyme and the Celestial Ombibus'

"The Celestial Omnibus shows Iris at her typical best, with brilliant episodes of a charming, maddening and entirely contradictory life."
- Abigail Twitch, shinyshelf.com

"Every single story is of exceptionally high quality"
- Eric C. Johnson, Gallifrey Base

"The proliferation of refer-ences to the 'Magrs-verse' give the whole book the feeling of a celebration, and a damned enjoyable one at that."
- Dan Tessier, doctorwhoreviews.co.uk

Contents:

  • Iris Wildthyme and the Unholy Ghost by Ian Potter
  • Framed by Mark Michalowski
  • Just the Ticket by Phil Craggs
  • The Party in Room Four by Simon Guerrier
  • Party Kill Accelerator! by Blair Bidmead
  • Apocalypse Slough by Mark Morris
  • The Delightful Bag by Paul Magrs
  • Iris Wildthyme's Rainy Day Adventure by Nicholas Nada
  • The Colour Scheme by Eddie Robson
  • Shadow of the Times Before by Matt Kimpton
  • The Fag Hag from Hell by Dale Smith
  • The Niceness by Jac Rayner and Orna Petit
  • Channel 666 by Mark Clapham



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