No Doors, No Windows

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First edition (publ. Pyramid Books)
Cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon.

No Doors, No Windows is a 1975 short story collection by American author Harlan Ellison. It 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"