DEATH-SCHOOL. New york: Zebra Books, . Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Third of the four "increasingly awful horror novels" featuring Lamia Zacharius, the 3000-year old "Queen of the Vampires." "Gerald 'Jerry' Neal Williamson was a prolific writer who never saw a trend he couldn't imitate. He wrote forty novels, most for cellar-dwellers like Leisure and Zebra. His work included haunted house books (GHOST MANSION, 1981), creepy kid books (PLAYMATES, 1982), and UFO books (BROTHERKIND, 1982), most of which were overwritten and underdeveloped pastiches of other novels. Occasionally one achieved a kind of lunatic grandiosity, mostly by accident." - Grady Hendrix, Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of '70s and '80s Horror Fiction, p. 233. Carter (1989), p. 109. Cox 183. Reginald 37009. A fine, unread copy. (#155951).
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