This edition was limited to only 26 lettered copies. This is lettered "C", personally signed by both the author Anne Rivers Siddons and also Stephen King, who wrote the introduction.
Olde New York Press 1993. Anne Rivers Siddons "The House Next Door". The book is bound in Rust Holliston Linen Finish woven cloth and hand painting morocco paper boards, enclosed in a cloth box. The edition is limited to 450 numbered copies of which 26 are lettered A-Z and bound in calf. ISBN 0-937036-04-8.
Anne Rivers Siddons - The House Next Door
The house next door to Colquitt and Walter Kennedy is haunted by an all-pervasive evil — an evil that takes away whatever the occupants hold dearest. Colquitt and Walter are about to become witness to an overwhelming force that will strip away the veneer of civilization that surrounds and protects them.
A stunning feat of architectural imagination and skill, the house is built by Kim Dougherty for his first clients, the Harralsons — newly married, rich, and expecting a baby. They become the first victims of an all-engulfing force they cannot comprehend. But the tragedy of the Harralsons is only the beginning, for the fabric of the Kennedys’ lives is also ripped apart. And when the Sheehans move in next door, the house destroys them too. But it is from the Greenes that it will take the ultimate prize.
Colquitt and Walter alone understand the subtle, awful toll the house exacts. Their warnings go unheeded, their fears are dismissed, and it seems that if they are to survive they must themselves destroy the house. But it is something more than they know, this extraordinary evil, and they must either be embraced by it or die.