Thursday, April 3, 2014


tajuk: Horror Stories

penulis: Tunku Halim

penerbit: Fixi Novo

harga: RM24.90

muka surat: 428 halaman


Over 15 years in the making, this is a mid-career retrospective by Malaysia’s prince of darkness Tunku Halim.
Biggest Baddest Bomoh (1997)
Night of the Pontianak (2001)
Haunted Apartment (1997)
A Labor Day Weekend (2001)
The Rape of Martha Teoh (1997)
Mr Petronas (1999)
Four Numbers for Eric Kwok (1999)
Plane Load (2007)
44 Cemetery Road (2007)
The Width of a Circle (1997)
Gravedigger's Kiss (2007)
Malay Magick (2001)
The Laughing Buddha (1997)
Mr Insurance Man (1997)
Strangling the Soul (1999)
Ladiah (1999)
The Woman who Grew Horns (2001)
Watching the Doll (1997)
A Sister's Tale (1999)
This Page is Left Intentionally Blank (1999)

biodata penulis:

Tunku Halim  was born in 1964. He lives in Australia but is a frequent visitor to his country of birth, Malaysia. He has worked as a corporate lawyer in Kuala Lumpur and an IT lawyer in Sydney.
He has his own publishing company and is interested in design and environmentally-friendly urban development. His previous books include the short-story collections The Rape of Martha Teoh & Other Chilling Stories (1997), BloodHaze: 15 Chilling Tales (1999) and The Woman Who Grew Horns and Other Works (2001); the novels Dark Demon Rising (1997) and Vermillion Eye (2000); and the novella Juriah's Song (2008). His non-fiction books include A Children's History of Malaysia (2003) and a biography of his late father Tunku Abdullah — A Passion for Life (1998). 

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