THE MUMMY and THE WEREWOLF OF LONDON, The Classic Library of Horror Omnibus,

By: Carl Dreadstone

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THE MUMMY and THE WEREWOLF OF LONDON, The Classic Library of Horror Omnibus, by Carl Dreadstone
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Allan Wingate, London - ISBN:855233702, 1978. hardcover, 5¼" x 8", with dust jacket. Page edges beginning to brown. Tape stains from jacket to endpapers. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. 'The Mummy' and 'The Werewolf of London' are two of the greatest horror films ever made, and have inspired the two spellbinding novels in this volume. 'The Mummy' takes the reader back to the mysterious and fascinating world of ancient Egypt and the deadly scroll of Troth, once owned by Grand Priest Imhotep (buried alive for a hideous crime). 'The Werewolf of London' tells of the savage curse which follows a weirdly-transformed scientist, while every phase of the moon brings destruction nearer.

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