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William Sloane
Posted by: Minicthulhu (IP Logged)
Date: 1 September, 2016 02:41PM
Hello,

Has anybody heard of William Sloane? I have bought his book The Rim of Morning: Two Tales of Cosmic Horror) and it is not bad at all; it consists of two longer stories (books in one, in fact) in the vein of Weird Tales. It was written in 1930s.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 1 Sep 16 | 02:46PM by Minicthulhu.

Re: William Sloane
Posted by: Shimrod (IP Logged)
Date: 2 September, 2016 02:35AM
I read both of Sloane's novels a few years ago, and I really enjoyed them. If you want to see a film adaptation of The Edge of Running Water, take a look at THE DEVIL COMMANDS, starring Boris Karloff. It's not terribly faithful to the novel, but it's still enjoyable.

Re: William Sloane
Posted by: Huggo (IP Logged)
Date: 3 October, 2016 03:13AM
Where can I get these books?

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Re: William Sloane
Posted by: Shimrod (IP Logged)
Date: 3 October, 2016 04:44AM
New York Review Books Classics recently issued both of Sloane's novels in a single volume, entitled The Rim of Morning: Two Tales of Cosmic Horror. It's available at Amazon in paperback or e-book.

Re: William Sloane
Posted by: GreenMan (IP Logged)
Date: 15 November, 2016 10:45AM
Shimrod Wrote:
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> New York Review Books Classics recently issued
> both of Sloane's novels in a single volume,
> entitled The Rim of Morning: Two Tales of Cosmic
> Horror. It's available at Amazon in paperback or
> e-book.

I will have to look for it. I used to have both, but over the years, they have mysteriously disappeared from my collection.



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