by Richard LaymonThere is no better way than to spend Halloween then by reading Richard Laymon. As a bonus the book is beautifully illustrated by Alan M. Clark. The story is geared for all readers, but perhaps it can become the gateway book to get someone to begin reading Mr. Layman's adult fiction. This is a nice companion book to perhaps one of Layman's worst books published a year earlier titled "Once Upon A Halloween".
Years earlier (in 1992) Laymon published a book called "Allhallows Eve" originallypublished by Kinnell in the UK, then perhaps a year later byHeadline. For some reason it was never published in the US, and is in my opinion on of Layman's better books.
|Title||The Halloween Mouse|
|eBook format||Hardcover, (torrent)|
|File size||6.8 Mb|
|Book rating||4.01 (68 votes)