West India Lights
Dust-jacket illustration by Ronald Clyne for West India Lights
|Author||Henry S. Whitehead|
|Cover artist||Ronald Clyne|
|Genre||fantasy, horror short stories|
|Media type||Print (Hardback)|
West India Lights is a collection of fantasy and horror short stories by author Henry S. Whitehead. It was released in 1946 and was the second collection of the author's stories to be published by Arkham House. It was published in an edition of 3,037 copies.
West India Lights contains the following tales:
- "The Black Terror"
- "West India Lights"
- "The Shut Room"
- "The Left Eye"
- "Tea Leaves"
- "The Trap" (with H.P. Lovecraft)
- "The Napier Limousine"
- "The Ravel Pavane"
- "Sea Change"
- "The People of Pan"
- "The Chadbourne Episode"
- "Scar Tissue"
- "'—In Case of Disaster Only'"
- "Bothon" (with H.P. Lovecraft)
- "The Great Circle"
- "Obi in the Caribbean"
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