“Reading Page is like grabbing a live electrical wire. . . . Once you take hold, you can’t let go until the story comes to an end. Page paced his stories at one speed only-runaway locomotive.
“When it comes to writing grab-your-throat and hurtle-you-along at a hundred miles an hour fiction, there’s nobody better.”
—Robert Weinberg, from his introduction
From the author of The Spider, here are seven tales of weird mystery and strange crime. Follow Ken Carter as he unravels seven strange cases.
Bonus: Also included is a 1935 article by Norvell Page detailing his approach to writing.
- Introduction by Robert Weinberg
- Hell’s Music
- City of Corpses
- Statues of Horror
- Gallows Ghost
- The Devil’s Hoof
- The Sinister Embrace
- Satan’s Sideshow
- “How I Write” by Norvell Page
- About the Author by Tom Roberts
First book publication
Trade paperback / 206 pages
Cover art by Walter M. Baumhofer
A Five Star review on Amazon.
“For anyone interested in the Spider, or just thrill-a-minute pulp fiction, I recommend City of Corpses most highly.”