Night of the Crabs book. Smith knows the kind of book he is writing and keeps the pace brisk by wasting no time on minutia like plot, character development or dialogue.
Night of the Crabs book. He does, however, leave room for healthy amounts of hokey, campy and corny and I spent much of the story with an ear to ear grin on my face. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and plan on reading at least one of the sequels to see if the magic can continue.
Night of the Crabs Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1989. by. Guy N. Smith (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Book 1 of 7 in the Crabs Series. Engaging is one word that describes this book perfectly. It’s a real page-turner that reels you in with a big net containing a lot of fans of his work.
Guy N. Smith’s most popular book is Night of the Crabs. Killer Crabs by. Smith. The Origin of the Crabs by.
THE sunlight sparkled and shimmered on the deep blue of the incoming tide, the waves lapping gently at the harbour wall. Fishing-smacks bobbed lazily on the slight swell, and flocks of seagulls screeched noisily as they anticipated the titbits which would be thrown overboard as the latest catch was unloaded. Behind, the range of mountains where the deep green of summer and the purple heather was just coming into full bloom
The Welsh coast basks in summer tranquility.
The Welsh coast basks in summer tranquility. Then the 'drownings' begin. But not until the monstrous crustaceans crawl.
Book 1 of the "Killer Crab" series by Guy N. Smith
Book 1 of the "Killer Crab" series by Guy N. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. I picked up the entire "Killer Crab" series from my local used book store for a nice price. I believe all of the books in the series are (with original print dates): Night of the Crabs (1976) Killer Crabs (1978) The Origin of the Crabs (1979) Crabs on the Rampage (1981) Crabs' Moon (1984) Crabs: The Human Sacrifice (1988) They are all short, and great quick, fun, reads. Not to embarrass myself too much, but I actually read these during my bathroom breaks at work. They are easy to put down and pick up again the next day.
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Smith wrote his first horror book, Werewolf by Moonlight, in 1974. It spawned two direct sequels. However, he states it was Night of the Crabs published in 1976 that really launched him as a writer. Spawning six sequels, the latest of which was published in 2012, the series chronicles invasions by giant man-eating crabs of various areas of British coastline To date, Smith has had . .