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    George R. R. Martin. SIGNED/LIMITED. Songs the Dead Men Sing. Niles, Illinois: Dark Harvest, 1983. First edition. Copy 295 of 500 numbered copies signed by Martin. Octavo, cloth. A fine copy in fine dust jacket and paper slipcase.

    More Information: Collects nine stories including "Sandkings" (a Nebula Award winner), "Nightflyers," and "In the House of the Worm." "Nightflyers" is a variation on the old-dark-house theme featuring a psychotic sentient interstellar spaceship systematically murdering it crew; "Meathouse Man," is set on a planet where cybernetic zombies are used for slave labor and entertainment. "The Needle Men" is a medial horror story involving black market organ harvesters. Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror (1999) 6-254. Barron (ed), Horror Literature 4-215.

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    10th Thursday
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