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1 Burn Witch Burn: The Fantasy Classic [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  Mafia Versus Witchcraft! "With such consummate skill," wrote the New York Times, "has Mr. Merritt told his story in Burn Witch Burn that one is almost ready to believe that such things can be, even in this twentieth century of ours." Not available in paperback, here is the fabled novel of an eminent physician who agrees to work along side one of the city's most notorious gangsters to put an end to a strange and mysterious series of deaths that have claimed a child, a millionaire, one of the don'... more info>> (Published: 2005)

Words: 58368 - Reading Time: 166-233 min.
Category: Dark Fantasy/Horror
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2 Creep, Shadow!: The Dark Fantasy Masterwork [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  This Two Thousand Year-Old Sorceress Had the Power to Turn People into Shadows! Here is A. Merritt's masterwork, our publisher's pick for the best of all his classic fantasies. Creep, Shadow! Is based on legends of Ys and an old Breton song. "Fisher, fisher, have you seen/White Dahut, the Shadow Queen/Riding on her stallion black/At her heels her shadow pack?" Had the last King and Princess of wicked Ys, returned after three thousand years? Why were they creating an exact replica of Stonehenge o... more info>> (Published: 2006)

Words: 79340 - Reading Time: 226-317 min.
Category: Dark Fantasy/Horror
7 Reader Ratings:
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3 Dwellers in the Mirage [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  Merritt's Masterwork--Over One Million Copies Sold! Two men in one body! That's how Lief Langdon had always felt. One part of him was a modern day adventurer, the other was a strange half-memory of another life where he was a High Priest sacrificing living people to Khalk'ru, a demon god from another time and space. Then Langdon stumbled through the mirage into a hidden Arctic valley, where he fell under the spell of Evalie, as beautiful outwardly as she was inwardly, and her friends the Little ... more info>> (Published: 2003)

Words: 100000 - Reading Time: 285-400 min.
Category: Fantasy/Science Fiction
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4 Moon Pool [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  The Story That Helped Make SF Famous! This 1915 classic tells the story of a pool of force inside Polynesia's Nan Matol ruins created by the vibrational pattern of seven different lights, which release the "Shining One," a powerful, luminous being of radiant matter who can race down moonbeams, bearing away to his own realm men and women who wear a mingled expression of ecstasy and loathing on their faces. The SF Encyclopedia hails him as "The supreme fantasy genius of his day." The mainstream Ha... more info>>

Words: 16601 - Reading Time: 47-66 min.
Category: Fantasy
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5 The Face in the Abyss [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  First Ever Unabridged reprinting of Classic Fantasy! A. Merritt is "a genius" whose work is "unique, eerie and compelling" according to the Saturday Review of Literature. The Science Fiction Encyclopedia justly says Merritt was "The greatest of American horror-writers. His stories carry within them the true note of fear the dread of the unknown ... [and] grow, like the unfolding of an evil flower whose deadly fragrence is both overpoweringly sweet and hateful to the senses, to a terrific climax.... more info>> (Published: 2005)

Words: 34134 - Reading Time: 97-136 min.
Category: Fantasy/Science Fiction
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6 The Lightning Witch, or The Metal Monster [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  "THE SUPREME FANTASY GENIUS!" That's how The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy hails A. Merritt, author of The Lightning Witch. Isaac Asimov simply describes him as, "The most famous of fantasy writers." In this visionary writers controversial magnum opus, a small band of explorers--including the famed Dr. Goodwin, Ruth Ventnor, her brother Martin, and the scientific adventurer Alvin Drake--finds itself face to face with a sentient, collective intelligence composed of billions of livin... more info>> (Published: 2003)

Words: 83575 - Reading Time: 238-334 min.
Category: Science Fiction/Fantasy
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7 The Ship of Ishtar [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  A classic of fantasy that transports the reader across worlds to mystery and romance beyond compare. John Kenton receives a ship, carved from a weird gem, unearthed in the ruins of ancient Babylon. Soon the ship has transported him to a mystic realm created by the Gods for a special vengeance. For the ship is the battleground for an age old conflict between Ishtar, Goddess of Life and Love, and Nergal, Dark God of Death. Those on board the ship have sailed the uncounted centuries since Babylon. ... more info>> (Published: 2004)

Words: 87606 - Reading Time: 250-350 min.
Category: Fantasy/Science Fiction
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8 Women of the Wood and Other Encounters with Wonder, Horror and the Uncanny [MultiFormat]
by A. Merritt
  A Quartet of Fantasy Classics! The Women of the Wood & Other Stories contains the complete text of four of A. (for Abraham) Merritt's greatest tales. Included are a short novel so long it has only been reprinted uncut twice since it first appeared in 1918, two novelettes, a long short story and an insightful introductory essay on the fascinating life and works of A. Merritt. Find out why the Saturday Review of Literature lauded him as, "The greatest of American horror writers;" Isaac Asimov as, ... more info>> (Published: 2001)

Words: 65000 - Reading Time: 185-260 min.
Category: Science Fiction/Fantasy
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