They say you should never judge a book by its cover. However looking at this cover of The Thing In The Mist, you really can’t stop yourself from doing a little happy dance. Published by Redrum Horror, this is their latest in a line of rather excellent books.
Between 1954 and 1967, British publisher Badger Books released over one hundred issues of the horror pulp digest Supernatural Stories, nearly half of which were written by one of the most prolific genre writers of his time, John S. Glasby.
Here, collected for the first time, are eleven of Glasby’s finest contributions to Supernatural Stories, tales of otherworldly terror and ancient evil in the Lovecraftian tradition. Guaranteed to chill and delight, The Thing in the Mist is a must-read for any fan of classic pulp horror.
This edition also includes an introduction by the late Glasby’s son, Edmund Glasby, and an informative afterword by longtime colleague Philip Harbottle.
The book is currently available as an E-book from all the main online retailers, with a physical copy coming soon.