More fantasy derring-doings from Falco the apprentice shadow master.
Suburban Halloween shivers, as two young children have to face up to the death of their grandma, with an evil (or at least emotionally cold) step-mother and her strange brother to content with.
By way, I believe, of a prequel to previous ‘Shadow’ stories by Chappell featuring light-fingered Falco.
Robert Silverberg. Against the Current. A car salesman leaves work early after a sudden but
Not having bothered with the lengthy Hughes story, as is my wont, there wasn’t a huge amount to get to grips with, with Reed, Rickert and Goulart all providing stories of the ilk that they regularly provide for F&SF ie well written and OK for what they are, but none of them a humdinger.
Judith Moffett. The Bear’s Baby. Moffett has written a couple of novels featuring the Hefn,