No Doors, No Windows

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This article is about the short story collection. For the 2009 horror novel, see Joe Schreiber.
First edition (publ. Pyramid Books)
Cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon

A 1975 short story collection by American author Harlan Ellison, No Doors, No Windows contains mostly suspense and crime tales along with a very long introduction by Ellison.

Contents[edit]

  • Introduction: Blood/Thoughts
  • The Whimper of Whipped Dogs
  • Eddie, You're My Friend
  • Status Quo at Troyden's
  • Nedra at f:5.6
  • Opposites Attract
  • Toe the Line
  • Down in the Dark
  • Pride in the Profession
  • The Children's Hour
  • White Trash Don't Exist
  • Thicker Than Blood
  • Two Inches in Tomorrow's Column
  • Promises of Laughter
  • Ormond Always Pays His Bills
  • The Man on the Juice Wagon
  • Tired Old Man

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