Tod Robbins: His Life and Work

by The Forlorn Press

Clarence "Tod" Robbins is best known for his short tales of the bizarre. However, his talent was not confined solely to human oddities and deranged criminals. This collection attempts to give the reader a full overview of his work.

This book contains the most complete biography of Tod Robbins to date, as well as an anthology of his work. In addition to the biography, this collection contains three novels, one novella, three short stories, and one book of poetry by Tod Robbins. There is also a complete bibliography of all of Robbins' known works.

Approx. 913 pages or 248,025 words long.

Also availble on AmazonNook, and Kobo

The anthology contains:

Silent, White And Beautiful

For Art’s Sake

The Unholy Three

Who Wants A Green Bottle?

Wild Wullie The Waster

The Scales Of Justice And Other Poems

The Spirit Of The Town

Red Of Surley

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  • MOBI (1MB)

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