By: Robbins, Tod
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire.: 2020.
Edition: First edition (& 1st printing).
Seller ID: 46658
Condition: Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).
262 pages: 25 page introduction by Johnny Mains. Clarence Aaron Robbins (1888-1949), often credited as C.A. Robbins, but better known as Tod Robbins, was an American author of horror and mystery fiction. His posthumous and popular reputation is based on the short story SPURS (1923), which Tod Browning used as the basis for Freaks (1932), a controversial film that suffered from censorship and bans, but which developed a cult following. Robbins’ novel THE UNHOLY THREE (1917) was also adapted for the screen, first in a silent version directed by Tod Browning (1925) and later in a sound version... View More...