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Hugh B. Cave

a.k.a. Hugh Barnett Cave, Justin Case *, Allen Beck *, Geoffrey Vase *

Author Code: AHBC

Born: Jul. 11, 1910 - Chester, England

Died: Jun. 27, 2004 - Vero Beach, Florida, USA

Born in England, Cave moved to Boston, Massachusetts with his family when he was 5 years old.Educated at Boston University, Cave was forced to leave school in order to support his family when his father was injured and couldn't work. He took a job working for a self-publishing company, but it wasn't long before he began contributing his own stories to the pulp magazines. Very prolific, Cave produced over 800 stories during the 1930's. During World War II Cave traveled around the Pacific as a reporter and also produced some works on the war in the Pacific. After the war he moved to Haiti, where he spent 5 years. Then he moved to Jamaica where he built and ran a coffee plantation until the 1970's when the government there confiscated it. He then returned to the States and in 1978, after some years of literary decline, he was awarded the World Fantasy Award. Cave is best remembered for his works on crime and horror. In addition to nearly a thousand short stories, his works include Haiti: High Road to Adventure (1952), The Cross on the Drum (1955), The Witching Lands: Tales of the West Indies (1962), Run, Shadow, Run (1968), Murgunstrumm and Others (1977), The Nebulon Horror (1980), Shades of Evil (1982), Disciples of Dread (1988), The Dawning (2000) and The Mountains of Madness (2004).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
AHBC005 Bring Me His Blood! 1930 17 165k eBook Download PDF - 'Bring Me His Blood!' (AHBC005)   Download ePub - 'Bring Me His Blood!' (AHBC005) Find a printed copy of Bring Me His Blood! by Hugh B. Cave at AbeBooks
AHBC001 The Corpse on the Grating 1930 10 229k eBook Download PDF - 'The Corpse on the Grating' (AHBC001)   Download ePub - 'The Corpse on the Grating' (AHBC001) Find a printed copy of The Corpse on the Grating by Hugh B. Cave at AbeBooks
AHBC002 The Murder Machine 1930 15 234k eBook Download PDF - 'The Murder Machine' (AHBC002)   Download ePub - 'The Murder Machine' (AHBC002) Find a printed copy of The Murder Machine by Hugh B. Cave at AbeBooks
AHBC004 Serpent in the Sun 1955 12 164k eBook Download PDF - 'Serpent in the Sun' (AHBC004)   Download ePub - 'Serpent in the Sun' (AHBC004) Find a printed copy of Serpent in the Sun by Hugh B. Cave at AbeBooks
AHBC003 The Treasure 1949 6 150k eBook Download PDF - 'The Treasure' (AHBC003)   Download ePub - 'The Treasure' (AHBC003) Find a printed copy of The Treasure by Hugh B. Cave at AbeBooks

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