Peter Straub, an American icon of horror, explores the deepest, shadow-filled corners of his imagination. Straub's world is made up of damaged people--from the righteous to the depraved, from the working class to the wealthy. No one and no place is safe from the darkness that he reveals. In -Blue Rose, - an adolescent sociopath inflicts secret violence on his younger brother; in -Mr Clubb and Mr. Cuff, - a stern estate lawyer hires a pair of -Private Detectives Extraordinaire- to investigate and seek revenge on his unfaithful wife; and in -The Ballad of Ballard and Sandrine, - a man and his much younger lover explore their decadent and increasingly sinister fantasies aboard a luxurious yacht on the remotest stretch of the Amazon River. Interior Darkness is a thrilling and terrifying testament to Straub's unparalleled contribution to the world of horror.
About the Author
PETER STRAUB is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels, most recently A Dark Matter. In the Night Room and Lost Boy, Lost Girl are winners of the Bram Stoker Award, as is his collection 5 Stories. Straub is the editor of numerous anthologies, including the two-volume The American Fantastic Tale from the Library of America. He lives in Brooklyn.