Author:Clifford Martin Eddy

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Clifford Martin Eddy, Jr.
(1896–1967)

a.k.a. C. M. Eddy, Jr.—An American author best known for his horror and supernatural short stories.
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WorksEdit

Short StoriesEdit

  • Sign of the Dragon Written 1918 , published September 1, 1919 in Mystery Managzine Vol. II, #44  
  • A Solitary Solution (1924)
  • Pilgrimage of Peril (1924)
  • The Vengeful Vision (1924)
  • Ashes (1924)
  • "The Ghost-Eater," in Weird Tales (April 1924, vol. 3, no. 4)
  • "The Better Choice," in Weird Tales (March 1925, vol. 5, no. 3)
  • The Loved Dead (1924)
  • With Weapons of Stone (1924)
  • Arhl-A of the Caves (1925)
  • The Better Choice (1925)
  • Deaf, Dumb, and Blind (1925)
  • Miscreant From Murania (1951)
  • The Cancer of Superstition (1966) with H. P. Lovecraft
  • Red Cap of the Mara Written 1922 , published May, 1976 in Fantasy Crosswinds #1  
  • The Cur Written 1923 , published 1976 in Erased From Exile  
  • Eterna Written 1915 , published 1976 in Terror Out of Time  
  • Souls & Heels Written 1919 , published 1976 in Erased From Exile  
  • An Arbiter of Destiny Written 1918 , published January, 1977 in Fantasy Crosswinds #1  


 

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