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Paperback horror fiction rises from the dead

"Paperbacks From Hell: The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction" by Grady Hendrix; Quirk Books (256 pages, $24.99)

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Unholy alliances between children and clowns, evil scientists performing diabolical experiments, zombies, monsters, skeletons, haunted houses, possession and gore: For fans of pulp horror fiction, the '70s and '80s were a golden era. A new book aims to rediscover cult classics of the genre all

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