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AN EDEN BOOK SOCIETY EDITION The Forgotten recordings, featuring bonus material including a new foreword by Charlie Higson. You must do what the doctor says... Organ donation is in its infancy and Daisy Howard, who is giving a kidney to her aunt, is in the hands of a pioneering surgeon. After the operation, Daisy is desperate to get back to her family, yet the days go by and she remains in the hospital; meanwhile, an old friend keeps visiting with news of home, and Daisy becomes increasingly uneasy. Shirley Longford was a prolific writer of children's fiction under a variety of pseudonyms. Published in 1972 by The Eden Book Society, A Dedicated Friend was her first and only foray into horror writing. A chilling and suspenseful story of misplaced trust, reading the book now, over 45 years since first publication, a wider question becomes apparent: what use is technological progress when we remain as cruel as ever?Show more
AN EDEN BOOK SOCIETY EDITION The Forgotten recordings, featuring bonus material including a new foreword by Charlie Higson. Your brother's with the Judder. London, early-1970s. In a city plagued by football violence, Republican bombings, blackouts and virulent racism, a new urban myth is taking hold. Among the broken down estates, crumbling squats and failed projects of a dying metropolis, whispered sightings of a malevolent figure nicknamed the Judderman are spreading. A manifestation of the sick psyche of a city, or something else? Published by The Eden Book Society in 1972, cult author D.A. Northwood's Judderman is an uncompromising snapshot of a city in metamorphosis. Saturated with a nihilistic sense of doom it is a bleak but compelling vision of urban living.Show more
AN EDEN BOOK SOCIETY EDITION The Forgotten recordings, featuring bonus material including a new foreword by Charlie Higson. If you see one, stay down. and stay quiet... It's a quiet house, sheltered, standing in a mass of tangled old trees called the Holtwood. Raymond watches it. He's been watching it, through a gap in the fence at the bottom of the garden, for weeks. Thinking about the elderly owners, Mr and Mrs Latch, who took him in one night when he was a frightened boy caught up in an emergency. Mr Latch showed him something that was kept in a wardrobe in the spare room. He can't remember what it was. He only knows how sick it made him feel. Raymond watches Holt House. He has to remember what he saw. He has to get inside. First published in 1972 by The Eden Book Society, Holt House was the only work of published fiction by L.G. Vey, a popular scriptwriter of 1950s horror and science fiction dramas. At the time, Holt House was a peculiarly dark and mournful footnote in Vey's career, but published now for the first time outside of The Eden Book Society it becomes a timely reflection on the toxic frailty of masculinity as it ages.Show more