Cover Art for Stephen King’s Full Dark, No Stars

Cover Art for Stephen King's Full Dark, No StarsIt’s pretty small and low-res, but we know that for Stephen King fans any news is good news, so we’re happy to provide you with an early look at the cover art for his upcoming collection of four novellas entitled Full Dark, No Stars.

The art comes courtesy of Simon & Schuster (with a thanks to the always on top of things Lilja’s Library for the heads-up).

You can pre-order Full Dark, No Stars from the EvilShop below, and as a reminder, here are the four stories contained in the book, which is being released November 9th:

  • “1922” – The story opens with the confession of Wilfred James to the murder of his wife, Arlette, following their move to Hemingford, Nebraska, onto land willed to Arlette by her father.
  • “Big Driver” – Mystery writer Tess has been supplementing her writing income for years by doing speaking engagements with no problems. But following a last-minute invitation to a book club 60 miles away, she takes a shortcut home with dire consequences.
  • “Fair Extension” – Harry Streeter, who is suffering from cancer, decides to make a deal with the devil, but as always, there is a price to pay.
  • “A Good Marriage” – Darcy Anderson learns more about her husband of over twenty years than she would have liked to know when she stumbles literally upon a box under a worktable in their garage.
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    • Floydian Trip

      Without any context that cover looks pretty lame. Wild horses couldn’t keep me away from the bookstore on Nov. 9th.

    • ffforgottenx

      Very much looking forward to this.

    • Cash Bailey

      King’s novellas are some of his very best work.

      I think he really does thrive when he doesn’t have 700 pages to tell a story just because he can.