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cover of Putnam paperback first
Best of Robert Bloch, The
Bloch, Robert
New York: Ballantine. 1977.
397pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 034525757X

Casebook Review:

Great terror stories, and contains the classic "Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper", one of my favorite short stories. This one is one half of the bookend set, which, when paired with Harlan Ellison's "Prowler in the City.....", will scare the hell out of you.