The Devils and Demons MEGAPACK ®: 25 Modern and Classic Tales

Mack Reynolds (Author), Lester del Rey (Author), Jerome Bixby (Author)

Stories about devils and demons were literary staples long before the modern horror field came into existence. Our earliest story in this volume, by Washington Irving, was published in 1824…and the fact that these tales span almost 200 years shows how enduring the theme remains. Here, then, are 25 great modern and classic tales of devils, demons, and the macabre. Enjoy!


THE CONTRACT OF CARSON CARRUTHERS, by William P. McGivern

BURNT TOAST, by Mack Reynolds

CRIME CLEAN-UP IN CENTER CITY, by Robert Moore Williams

THE CRACKS OF TIME, by Dorothy Quick

THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER, by Washington Irving

HIDEAWAY, by Everil Worrell

THE STRANGER FROM KURDISTAN, by E. Hoffmann Price

HEREAFTER, INC., by Lester del Rey

NIGHTMARE ON THE NOSE, by Evelyn E. Smith

THE MYSTERIOUS STRANGER, by Mark Twain

AUT DIABOLUS AUT NIHIL: THE TRUE STORY OF A HALLUCINATION, by X.L. (Julian Osgood Field)

CAN SUCH BEAUTY BE? by Jerome Bixby

MARKHEIM, by Robert Louis Stevenson

MONSIEUR BLUEBEARD, by Emil Petaja

YOUNG GOODMAN BROWN, by Nathaniel Hawthorne

ROOM WITHOUT WINDOWS, by Manly Banister

THE BARGAIN OF RUPERT ORANGE, by Vincent O’Sullivan

THE BOTTLE IMP, by Dwight V. Swain

THE CASE OF MR. LUCRAFT, Walter Besant and James Rice

WHO SUPS WITH THE DEVIL, by S.M. Tenneshaw

THE SHOEMAKER AND THE DEVIL, by Anton Chekhov

SPAWN OF HELL, by William P. McGivern

YOUR SOUL COMES C.O.D., by Mack Reynolds

ST. JOHN’S EVE, by Nikolai Gogol

WOLFIE, by Theodore R. Cogwell


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