T. E. D. Klein
mmpb, Bantam, $3.95, 1986, 263 p.
One of the top practitioners of horror fiction in the latter half of the previous century is also one of the most frustrating. T. E. D. Klein has published very little after making a name for himself in the 1970s and 80s.
His first collection, Dark Gods, is a perfect example of what an author can accomplish in an understated manner. The four novellas in this volume are strong examples of that type of horror. Perfect reading for Halloween. Continue reading