More Tales for the Midnight Hour: J.B. Stamper Horror Book Review
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This collection of scary stories appeals mostly to the very young reader. Each story is quite short and simple. The typical story has a short build-up with a simple shock ending like “there was a skeleton at the door.” Stories lack the resolutions older or more accomplished readers will want but for the style they are really rather entertaining.
The stories range widely in their focus. The reader meets monsters, vampires, witches, bad fortunes and all manner of scary thing.
This is the second in a series. It has also been collected with the first volume (TALES FOR THE MIDNIGHT HOUR) in another book called TALES FOR THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, VOLUME ONE (ISBN 0-7607-6775-0).