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Publisher's Summary

Stranded on a desert island, a young man yearns for objects from his past. A local from a small coastal town in England is found dead as the tide goes out. A Norwegian whaling ship is stranded in the Arctic, its crew threatened by mysterious forces. In the nineteenth century, a ship drifts in becalmed waters in the Indian Ocean, those on it haunted by their evil deeds. A surfer turned diver discovers there are things worse than drowning under the sea. Something from the sea is creating monsters on land.
In The Devil and the Deep, award-winning editor Ellen Datlow shares an all-original anthology of horror that covers the depths of the deep blue sea, with brand new stories from New York Times bestsellers and award-winning authors such as Seanan McGuire, Christopher Golden, Stephen Graham Jones, and more. 
©2018 Ellen Datlow (P)2017 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kevin Young on 05-18-18

Good Collection

This book has a wide variety of maritime horror tales, representing diverse settings, perspectives, and narrative styles. Ellen Datlow is a master of her craft, and this holds true to her high standards. Narration and production values are solid.

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