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Contents About Edgar Allan Poe viii About the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award xi About the Illustrator xiii What Poe Hath Wrought by Michael Connelly xiv A Descent into the Maelstrom 1 On Edgar Allan Poe by T. Jefferson Parker 20 The Cask of Amontillado 23 Under the Covers with Fortunato and Montresor by Jan Burke 32 The Curse of Amontillado by Lawrence Block 34 The Black Cat 39 Pluto's Heritage by P.J. Parrish 50 William Wilson 54 Identity Crisis by Lisa Scottoline 77 Manuscript Found in a Bottle 84 In a Strange City: The Poe Toaster and Me by Laura Lippman 96 The Fall of the House of Usher 100 Once Upon a Midnight Dreary by Michael Connelly 123 The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar 127 The Poe Effect by Laurie R. King 138 Ligeia 141 Poe and Me at The Movies by Tess Gerritsen 159 The Tell-Tale Heart 161 The Genius of The Tell-Tale Heart by Stephen King 167 The First Time by Steve Hamilton 169 The Pit and the Pendulum 172 The Pit, the Pendulum, and Perfection by Edward D. Hoch 189 The Pit and the Pendulum at the Palace by Peter Robinson 191 The Masque of the Red Death 195 Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, and Me by S. J. Rozan 202 The Murders in the Rue Morgue 204 The Quick and The Undead by Nelson DeMille 244 The Gold-Bug 253 Imagining Edgar Allan Poe by Sara Paretsky 296 The Raven 300 Rantin' and Ravin' by Joseph Wambaugh 305 A Little Thought on Poe by Thomas H. Cook 307 The Bells 309 Poe in G Minor by Jeffrey Deaver 315 Excerpt from The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym 321 How I Became an Edgar Allan Poe Convert by Sue Grafton 345 Copyright Information 351
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Horror tales, American.
Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.