6 edition of The Hour of the Oxrun Dead found in the catalog.
The Hour of the Oxrun Dead
Charles L. Grant
February 1987 by Tor Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Wow. Reading about Oxrun Station is like going home to visit your family and then finding that your memories of them are a bit out of whack with the reality. From Dialing The Wind to The Pet to The Hour Of The Oxrun Dead and everything I ever managed to find that took place in the town, I was drawn in and held captive by Grant's writing. David C. Verba. David C. Verba was born and raised on the east side of Cleveland, Ohio. He started doing artwork at the age of Surrealism, astronomy, Lovecraft, and archaeology provided a wealth of ideas and inspiration at that time. In he graduated from The Cleveland Institute of . There´s the list of books (novels and collections) mentioned by Stephen King, in his book Danse Macabre (ISBN ). P.S.: The book #5 (The Man Who Walked through Walls, in the original french edition Le Passe-muraille), can also be found as "The passer-through-walls", "The Walker-through-Walls", "The Man who Could Walk through.
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THE HOUR OF THE OXRUN DEAD is an intriguing read, the first book The Hour of the Oxrun Dead book what would become an ongoing, disconnected series of books set in the fictional town of Oxrun Station.
It is very subtle in its horror, with some gripping suspense and main characters you can like/5. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Paperback – February 1, by Charles L. Grant (Author) out of 5 stars 10 ratings/5(10).
The hour of the Oxrun dead Hardcover – January 1, by C. L Grant (Author)/5(10). If you're into supernatural fiction featuring paranormal abilities, rather than going with Hour of the Oxrun Dead, you would do better with something written by Dennis Wheatley, who's more renown in areas concerning the occult although I don't care for his work either/5(10).
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WELCOME TO OXRUN STATION Oxrun Station could be a spooky place, especially out by the Windsors', right next to the graveyard. At night Natalie heard eerie sounds out in the fog, among the tombstones, unnatural sounds made by unearthly things.
Natalie's husband had been born in Oxrun Station. He loved the town, and served it well—and in return it killed him. I thought it was better than the first book in the series, The Hour of the Oxrun Dead. This second book in the series, Sound of Midnight, gives a wonderful description of that creepy little town.
Grant draws a beautiful bucolic setting that pulls you right in/5. A fictional New Jersey town created by Charles L. Grant, the setting of his dark fantasy or quiet horror stories.
The Hour of the Oxrun Dead, Sound o. Hour of the Oxrun Dead by Charles L. Grant. First published by Doubleday, ISBN: pages. Review by Mark Yon *Incidentally, Rob tells me that the success of Paperbacks from Hell has lead to a US publisher agreeing to reprint some of the books mentioned.
Alas, I don’t know if Hour of the Oxrun Dead is one of them. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead eBook: Grant, Charles L.: : Kindle Store. Skip to main Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Best Sellers Prime Video New Releases Books Help Home & Garden /5(8).
The Hour of the Oxrun Dead was a breakthrough novel for Charles L. Grant. It was the first of many books dealing with Oxrun Station, his invented, cursed locale that is probably only surpassed by Lovecraft's Arkham and King's Castle Rock in the minds of horror : Charles L Grant.
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The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Paperback – 1 Feb. by Charles L. /5(8). THE HOUR OF THE OXRUN DEAD. GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. Natalie's policeman husband had been found carved up and garnished with a severed ear; since then Natalie has seen twinkling lights in the park obviously up to no good, and something there is that has been pursuing her--in nightmares.
Publication: The Hour of the Oxrun Dead You are not logged in. If you create a free account and sign in, you will be able to customize what is displayed. But The Hour of the Oxrun Dead, despite having a listed copyright of on the information page of the Tor paperback edition I have, is one of the earliest Oxrun novels from the late seventies (I clearly remember seeing a copy of the book sometime around or 80)/5(2).
The Hour of the Oxrun Dead. Charles L. Grant. synopsis. This was Charles L. Grant’s first novel set in the town of Oxrun Station, an unsettling bedroom community.
This edition features a fine new introduction by John Pelan, a lengthy interview with Grant, stunning cover art by Frank Fiedler, black and white artwork by David Verba, photographs.
The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Book Summary and Study Guide Charles L. Grant Booklist Charles L. Grant Message Board Detailed plot synopsis reviews of The Hour of the Oxrun Dead A year has passed since Natalie Windsor's husband was mutilated and killed by a "catlike" creature while responding to a false police call.
Editions for The Hour of the Oxrun Dead: (Mass Market Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Kindle Edition publis. Charles L. Grant – The Hour of the Oxrun Dead (TorOriginal Doubledayp.) Welcome to Oxrun Station Oxrun Station could be a spooky place. Publication: The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Publication Record # ; Author: C.
Grant; Date: ISBN:  Publisher: Popular Library; Price: $ Pages:. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead by Charles L. Grant Series: Oxrun Station (book 1)/5. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead by Charles L.
Grant: book 1: Long Night Of Grave by Charles L. Grant: The Sound of Midnight by Charles L. Grant: book 2: The Last Call of Mourning by Charles L. Grant: book 3: The Grave by Charles L. Grant: book 4: Bloodwind by Charles L. Grant: book 5: Nightmare Seasons by Charles L. Grant: book 6: The Soft Whisper.
And with the end of the third book in the Oxrun Station series (and the second I've read), I'm already getting that sinking feeling. Why. Because, for the most part, this book was plotted exactly light the first one in the series, The Hour of the Oxrun Dead.
1 - Younger, single woman, who was away from Oxrun and has recently returned, senses an indefinable something's not right/5. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead was a breakthrough novel for Charles L. Grant. It was the first of many books dealing with Oxrun Station, his invented, cursed locale that is probably only surpassed by Lovecraft's Arkham and King's Castle Rock in the minds of horror fans.
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The Hour of the Oxrun Dead by Charles L. Grant OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries WELCOME TO OXRUN STATIONOxrun Station could be a spooky place, especially out by the Windsors', right next to the graveyard.
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The Hour of the Oxrun Dead Cover artwork by Frank Fieldler Interiors by David Verba. This was Charles L. Grant’s first novel set in the town of Oxrun Station, an unsettling bedroom community. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead is the first in a loosely organized 12 book series about a fictional city/town/village (depending on the author's need) called Oxrun.
The first novel, with its back cover unspooling its secrets too easily, concerns a young widow stumbling across a conspiracy in Oxrun, with machinations from the highest of political. The Oxrun Station book series by Charles L.
Grant includes books The Orchard, The Grave, The Black Carousel, and several more. See the complete Oxrun Station series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles.
Charles L. Grant was born in Newark, New Jersey. He received a B.A. from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, in and taught for four years. Then, from toGrant served in the U.S. Army military police in Vietnam and was awarded a Bronze mater: Trinity College, Hartford. The Hour of the Oxrun Dead was a breakthrough novel for Charles L.
Grant. It was the first of many books dealing with Oxrun Station, his invented, cursed locale that is probably only surpassed by Lovecraft's Arkham and King's Castle Rock in the mi. Som det fremgår, er The Hour of the Oxrun Dead er tydeligvis ikke nogen stor oplevelse, og bogen er en beklagelig introduktion til det, der blev en ganske populær serie af løseligt sammenhængende romaner.
Tingene blev da også bedre for Grant senere, da han blev mere sikker i sin vision og bedre forstod, hvor der skulle holdes igen og hvor der skulle presses på. The Oxrun Station novels by Charles L Grant.
I have read in Spanish The sound of midnight and maybe it was the translation but I remember it weak and very poorly written with an uninteresting plot.
I started reading one of them, I think it was The Hour of the Oxrun Dead, and didn't get very far. It just wasn't to my taste, a commercial. In addition to the novella quartets, Grant wrote several Oxrun Station novels: The Hour of the Oxrun Dead, Sound of Midnight, The Last Call of Mourning, The Grave, The Bloodwind, and his Universal Horror send-ups, The Dark Cry of the Moon, The Soft Whisper of the Dead, and The Long Night of the Grave, all of which take place in Oxrun Station.
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While not as well-known as Lovecraft's Arkham and Innsmouth or King's 'Salem's Lot and Castle Rock, the fictional town of Oxrun Station created by Charles L. Grant was the setting for his many tales of quiet horror and dark fantasy. Beginning inwhen The Hour of the Oxrun Dead () was published in paperback, the various editions of the series show an interesting evolution in the Author: Will Errickson.
You might try one of the Oxrun Station novels by Charles L. Grant. The first is called 'The Hour of the Oxrun Dead' and he also wrote some in the series that deal with the kinds of characters featured in Universal's classic horror films, like vampires and werewolves.
The vampires one is called 'Soft Whispers of the Dead'.The Hour of the Oxrun Dead (Charles L. Grant) ADVERTISEMENT.
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BBC's Top Books You Need to Read Before You Die.Load More Book Lists.Charles L. Grant () won a World Fantasy Award for his novella collection Nightmare Seasons, a Nebula Award in for his short story "A Crowd of Shadows", and another Nebula Award in for his novella "A Glow of Candles, a Unicorn's.