Who Made Stevie Crye?Who Made Stevie Crye?
by Michael Bishop

Illustrated by Jeffrey K. Potter and Glennray Tutor

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Arkham House, 1984; 309 pp.; limited to 3,591 copies. First Edition.

Who Made Stevie Crye?, subtitled A Novel of the American South, is a horror novel by author Michael Bishop. It was the author's first novel and third book published by Arkham House. Michael Bishop's two previous Arkham House books have been accorded near-unanimous critical acclaim, and with this eerie new tale of hauntings and horrors the author enhances his reputation as a significant American novelist.

For Mary Stevenson Crye, a beautiful young housewife, life had been wonderful -- loving husband, two delightful children, meaningful existence in a small Southern community. Then it all fell apart: with the sudden, unexpected death of her husband, Stevie must struggle to earn a living as a freelance writer. When her typewriter -- the sole economic support for her surviving family -- breaks down, Stevie begins to receive demonic messages through the machine, the prelude to a living nightmare of satanic entities, ghouls from beyond the grave, and the revelation of an unrequited curse over the Crye household.

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