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The Dollhouse by Edward Lee

Madness Heart Press

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WELCOME TO THE PATTEN MANOR HOUSE.

It’s a horror house, a slaughter house, a devil house. And it’s something else too: a dollhouse.

Reginald Lympton collects dollhouses, and now that he’s acquired the rare Patten Dollhouse, he can boast the most preeminent collection in the world. But after visions too abominable to reckon and nightmares blacker than the most bottomless abyss, he discovers in short order that his acquisition is not a prized collector’s item at all but a diabolical thoroughfare designed to serve the darkest indulgences of the King of Terrors.

Now, Edward Lee, the master of hardcore horror, has penned this audacious homage to the master of the Victorian ghost story, M.R. James.

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05/09/2024
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Fun Novella By A Master!

The Dollhouse is a fun novella about a man who has an eye for special antiquities. He is a dollhouse collector, but not just any dollhouse. He wants the ones made by the premier maker and they are not cheap! There is a rumor that this premier maker completed a fourth and final dollhouse that was considered his masterpiece. An ad intrigues the man and he must go check it out for himself. Lee writes this in the style of one of his favorite authors, M.R. James. So this was a little different than what I am used to reading from Lee. But, it works! There were some words used that I honestly had to go look up, so I learned some vocabulary while I read! I don’t want to give away too much because this is a novella. So if you are an Edward Lee fan, you will love it and recognize it might be in James’s style, but it’s all Ed Lee!