By: Lisa Tuttle
In Lisa Tuttle's stories, the everyday domestic world of her female protagonists is invaded by the bizarre, the uncanny, the horrific. In 'Bug House', a woman who goes to visit her aunt is shocked to find she is dying - but even more shocking is what is killing her. The divorcing couple in 'Community Property' arrive at a macabre solution for how to divide ownership of a beloved pet. In 'Flying to Byzantium', a writer travelling to a science fiction convention finds herself caught in a strange and terrifying hell. The thirteen tales in this collection are highly original and extremely chilling, and they reveal Tuttle to be a master of contemporary horror fiction.
Never before published in the United States and highly sought-after by collectors, A Nest of Nightmares (1986) is a classic of modern horror. This new edition features the original paperback cover art by Nick Bantock and a new introduction by Will Errickson.
'Thirteen stories guaranteed to leave you strongly disquieted' - Neil Gaiman