I went to that used bookstore again, and walked out with another armload of twenty-odd books. Looks like I'm set for the rest of the year.
My purchases were a little more varied this time, though. I bought some SF, Mystery, and History as well as Horror, including a copy of Samuel R. Delany's long-out-of-print 1971 anthology Driftglass
. Their selection of SF and Fantasy paperbacks is enough to make any fan drool.
And it looks like I inadvertently purchased a horror classic without realizing it.
The cover of C. S. Cody's The Witching Night
said "BLACK MAGIC...SUPERNATURAL MURDER...SATANIC RITUAL." Sounds perfect
, I thought, and tossed it into my shopping basket: Hope it won't be another crap sandwich like Hands of Lucifer
. But I've since read some reviews that say it's really good.