FEAR IS FOREVER contains four decades of William P. Robertson's best horror stories, many of which appeared in magazines worldwide. The author specializes in understated Gothic terror in the tradition of Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft. The Gothic rock of the Doors also fuels his imagination along with folktales told to him by his Swedish grandmother. Ghost stories filled with sensory details are another of his strengths. Robertson delves into dark humor, too, and lends a fresh perspective to Bigfoot, the werewolf, and the troll. Bill's best work chills rather than sickens. Sometimes what is left unsaid is the most terrifying of all. . .