The Book of Deadly Animals
(also published as Deadly Kingdom and Deadly Animals)
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What a wealth of information Gordon Grice is, and what a fine, beguiling writer. 
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The Red Hourglass
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This is first-rate, unsentimental writing about nature and about the ways that human beings try to cope with the most terrible cruelties that nature offers up.--The New York Times     MORE


eBook Shorts

National Geographic and Gordon Grice pair gripping and gruesome stories of shark attacks with cutting edge research to illuminate a fascinating underwater world. This ebook short takes readers deep into the realm of the latest shark science.   Amazon    Barnes and Noble 

In 1903 a drifter named David E. George died in the Oklahoma Territory after confessing his awful secret: He was John Wilkes Booth, the man who killed President Abraham Lincoln. His death was only the first stage in a macabre journey that took his mummified body around the country.Was he the real Booth? This is the story of America’s most bizarre conspiracy. 10,500 words.

Five best stories by Gordon Grice celebrate the night side of nature. Includes “The Black Widow” (selected for Best American Essays), “Bat Country” (selected by Robert Atwan as a notable essay of the year), plus tales of a wounded deer, a hungry python, and more. 9600 words.

What’s so scary about sugar? And why are the children acting so strange? A suggestive horror story in the tradition of Edgar Allan Poe and M.R. James. 7,100 words.



Free Stories

Gordon Grice reports on cougars, locusts, armadillos, hobo spiders, and much more. Plus: Guest writers on crocodiles, snakes, sharks, electric catfish, and a host of other fascinating animals. MORE

SliceA convicted murderer becomes the world's first digital corpse. 
Mummies of No Man's LandThe virtually unknown mummies of the American Southwest.
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A Stiller Ground. A father's lament for a lost child.
Flash. How I didn't meet Garth Brooks.
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Stories and essays by classic authors like HG Wells, Edgar Allan Poe, George Orwell, Mark Twain, MR James, and others. MORE
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