Driven insane by the unspellcheckable Lovecraftian horror of it all.
In 1938, Raymond Chandler published a short detective story called “The King in Yellow.” It takes its name from the victim, a musician named King Leopardi. When the hotel dick, Steve Grayce, finds the man shot to death in his bed, clothed in yellow silk pajamas, he remarks, “The King in Yellow. I read a book with that title once.”
Stu Horvath ponders H.P. Lovecraft, sex and The Shadow Over Innsmouth.
The best rules are the ones you can ignore.
It is a fact that Stu Horvath has too many books. Something needs to be done.