If You Could See Me Now

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Anchor Books
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5.2 X 8.0 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author
PETER STRAUB is the New York Times bestselling author of more than a dozen novels. 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 American Fantastic Tale from the Library of America. He died in 2022.
"Suspenseful." --The New York Times

"An electrifying finish: During the last forty pages my hands were as good as nailed to the book." --Stephen King

"Straub is terrifyingly accomplished in the art of horror." --Entertainment Weekly

"Peter Straub is a national treasure." --Lawrence Block

"You expect the horrifying in the fiction of Peter Straub . . . and you get it." --The New York Times

"More than a good storyteller with a talent for scaring readers. He's a writer who transcends his genre." --USA Today

"[Straub] is a master at blurring the supernatural, the real-world-scary, and the monsters in your psyche." --The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)

"Not since Edgar Allan Poe has an author taken such liberties with his readers' nerves." --Cosmopolitan

"Straub's literary specialty . . . is not dreams but nightmares. . . . He's particularly adept at the kind of creepy psychological yarn pioneered by Henry James and modernized by Shirley Jackson." --Salon

"Straub is the master of subtle, smoldering dread." --People

"Peter Straub is one of his generation's best storytellers. . . . [Stephen] King goes for your jugular; Straub goes for your brain." --Tor.com