Demonic possession. Murderous babies. Man-eating moths. Horror fiction in the ‘70s and ‘80s reveled in all things chilling, with no plot point too bizarre to publish. Author Grady Hendrix dives into the weirdest stories from this era, chronicling every disturbing twist in Paperbacks from Hell. His new book is a creepily entertaining (and informative) romp through pulp horror history, and it’s a must-read for fans of tales that go bump in the night.
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