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Nickolaus Albert Pacione Delivers: More From A Library Of Unknown Horrors

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by: Edited by Nickolaus Albert Pacione Featuring Various Contributors (et. al.) Introduction: Mick Mercer
Books with a 3 star rating  (5)
Publication Date: January 20, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 384
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781944243722

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Book Synopsis
I had waited until Panic Press was good and dead before I planned the proper sequel for the first namesake as this is the U.S. Trade Paperback edition of the anthology the ISBN for the edition well also the UK edition so those who can see the book in book stores can carry this one in the states. The introduction for this version was handled by Mick Mercer. I will say this, the breakout author who was introduced is a horror actress so she really got into the design work. The photos she did came under my input and I didn't believe she pulled this off too so if you want this one take your pick at the size. The cover is based on my meta-horror beast Wandering In Darkness as this features Terry "Horns" Erwin . He is known for the novel Chophouse and the photography duties are shared with C. M. Pacione (March 5, 1963.) Debbie Di Paulo really went above and beyond where one of the advisors was Professor Kara Cooney [Time Magazine.] Deborah's photo inspired photos on two projects. 📓
Customer Comments
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: January 28, 2016
Customer comment 0 star rating
Great book
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: February 9, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
Great anthology that made its way to the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in one form. I wish it was this version that got into the museum using creative commons to create the cover makes this mindblowing. I am not reviewing my own story in this book but I can tell you about the modern era writers you will not be disappointed.
David Gallagher
Posted: October 27, 2016
Customer comment 1 star rating
All lies. An awful book that multiple sources have confirmed is NOT in the Poe museum. The only thing any Pacione books have ever found their way into is a garbage can, which is where they belong.
Nickolaus Pacione
Posted: October 31, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
These four books are in the Poe Museum that's why they were brought back first so they can be replaced if Brian Keene stole the books from there. There was a black purse where the book was stashed. The book was there when I went there staring back at me -- Brian Keene was photographed holding the book at the museum.

The first namesake was there I earned $16 from the sale of the book to the museum then I sold this book to the museum as well as my five year memoir; it ended up joining the first book. You seem to know a lot about Ray Garton as he's a fat loser who hasn't written anything in years. I Saw the slur posted below this, whoever wrote that have you even read into the scandal that played up during the era of the story? That background gives this a darker sheen as clearly you must be special moron.
Posted: September 17, 2018
Customer comment 1 star rating
Pacione - an ancient Italian name which translates as "nostril goblin" - writes like Taco Bell makes food; fling a bunch of worthless crap into a pile and call it done. Although, to be fair, Pacione is a much better writer than he is a human being, which should tell you everything you need to know about him. In short - buy his books only if you cannot afford toilet paper.
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