Bad Seeds: Evil Progeny

Steve Berman et al.

Children are supposed to be all sugar and spice and everything nice . . . but we know that’s not the truth. Dark tales of wicked tykes and dangerous kids playing vicious games that lead adults—sometimes their own parents—to their demise are a staple of frightening fiction. Beware the schoolyards and playgrounds, even the sanctity of the familial home, especially after dark. And don’t be fooled by a trickle of tears or tiny hands reaching for you. These youngsters do not want to love or comfort—only to inflict pain!

“If Damon Comes” by Charles Grant
“Treats” by Norman Partridge
“The Family” by Halli Villegas
“The Horse Lord” by Lisa Tuttle
“My Name Is Leejun” by John Schoffstall
“Princess of the Night” by Michael Kelly
“Duck Hunt” by Joe R. Lansdale
“The Choir” by Joel D. Lane
“Children of the Corn” by Stephen King
“Yellowjacket Summer” by Robert McCammon
“The Stuff that Goes on in Their Heads” by Michael Marshall Smith
“Second Grade” by Charles Antin
“Respects” by Ramsey Campbell
“Melanie Klein Said” by Robert McVey
“Gaslight” by Jeffrey Ford
“Endless Encore” by Will Ludwigsen
“Cockroach” by Dale Bailey
“By the Mark” by Gemma Files
“The Disappearance of James H___” by Hal Duncan
“I Was a Teenage Slasher Victim” by Stephen Graham Jones
“Blue Rose” by Peter Straub
“Making Friends” by Gary Raisor
“You Deserve” by Alex Jeffers
“The Queen of Knives” by Georgina Bruce
“The Naughty List” by Christine Morgan
“The Perfect Dinner Party” by Cassandra Clare & Holly Black
“Make Believe” by Michael Reaves

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